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Gambia’s Genocide Case Against Myanmar: A Legal Review
November 19, 2019

Gambia’s Genocide Case Against Myanmar: A Legal Review

By Md. Rizwanul Islam
A look at the prospects for the ICJ case, based on past precedent and international law.

Sri Lanka’s Rajapaksas Are Back in Power
November 18, 2019

Sri Lanka’s Rajapaksas Are Back in Power

By Sudha Ramachandran
Gotabaya Rajapaksa, a former defense secretary in his brother Mahinda's government, promises a strong hand as he takes over the presidency.
Prolonged Patience: Elections in Afghanistan
November 15, 2019

Prolonged Patience: Elections in Afghanistan

By Gabriel M. Piccillo
The results are still being debated and turnout was low. But Afghanistan’s democracy remains the lone source of hope for the country.

Nehru: Revisiting a Legacy
November 14, 2019

Nehru: Revisiting a Legacy

By Kiran Mohandas Menon
Jawaharlal Nehru, born 130 years ago, continues to leave his mark on India's politics and society.

Drones and Beavers: A Watershed Moment for Mongolia’s Park Rangers 
November 13, 2019

Drones and Beavers: A Watershed Moment for Mongolia’s Park Rangers 

By Michelle Tolson
Mongolia’s rangers work hard, in sometimes difficult conditions, to protect the country’s natural landscapes and wildlife.

North Korea’s Strategic Approach, Under the Auspices of Big Brother
November 13, 2019

North Korea’s Strategic Approach, Under the Auspices of Big Brother

By Mirko Tasic
Western analysts might be fundamentally misreading North Korea’s strategic thought, with huge implications for any future conflict.

The (Legal) Battle for Air Superiority
November 12, 2019

The (Legal) Battle for Air Superiority

By Roncevert Ganan Almond
Yet another round in India v. Pakistan
Kashmir: The Key to a Grand Bargain
November 12, 2019

Kashmir: The Key to a Grand Bargain

By Claude Rakisits
The present situation in Kashmir cannot continue. It’s time for daring steps to forge lasting peace.

Germany’s Faustian Bargain With China
November 08, 2019

Germany’s Faustian Bargain With China

By Theresa Fallon
In allowing Huawei to bid for Germany’s 5G development, Merkel has departed from broader European strategy.

Vietnam’s Human Trafficking Problem Is Too Big to Ignore
November 08, 2019

Vietnam’s Human Trafficking Problem Is Too Big to Ignore

By Thoi Nguyen
The tragic deaths of 39 Vietnamese in the U.K. shine a harsh light on Vietnam’s longstanding problem of human trafficking.

Sri Lanka’s Uneven Reconstruction
November 07, 2019

Sri Lanka’s Uneven Reconstruction

By Umesh Moramudali
Nearly a decade after the civil war ended, war-affected provinces still lag behind the rest of the country economically.
What Happens When the Uyghurs Come Home?
November 06, 2019

What Happens When the Uyghurs Come Home?

By Ruth Ingram
Social media is starting to convey some signs of life from Xinjiang’s disappeared.

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