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Shocking Delhi Murder Bares India’s Problem With Intimate Partner Violence
December 03, 2022

Shocking Delhi Murder Bares India’s Problem With Intimate Partner Violence

By Neeta Lal
The murder of Shraddha Walkar shone a spotlight on the pervasive issue of domestic violence. 

As G20 President, Can India Advance Its Multipolar Worldview?
December 02, 2022

As G20 President, Can India Advance Its Multipolar Worldview?

By Jagannath Panda
India will use its chairmanship to address the need for better Global South representation in multilateral bodies and enhanced roles for middle powers.
How Nationalism and Xeno­phobia Drive China’s ‘Zero COVID’ Policy
December 01, 2022

How Nationalism and Xeno­phobia Drive China’s ‘Zero COVID’ Policy

By Lai-Ha Chan and Pak K. Lee
Will a post-COVID China still be committed to a policy of opening to the world?

US China Policy Is About More Than China
November 30, 2022

US China Policy Is About More Than China

By Robert Sutter
Doing what is “right” on a wide range of issues has reinforced the momentum in U.S. efforts to counter Beijing.

Canada Joins the Indo-Pacific Strategy Club
November 29, 2022

Canada Joins the Indo-Pacific Strategy Club

By Margaret McCuaig-Johnston
The Indo-Pacific is being transformed, but not in the way Xi Jinping promised. Just witness Canada’s surprising U-turn on China.

1 Year Since Landmark Victory, Indian Farmers Plan to Revive Stir
November 28, 2022

1 Year Since Landmark Victory, Indian Farmers Plan to Revive Stir

By Snigdhendu Bhattacharya
The farmers’ organization that forced the Modi government to its biggest retreat has started hitting the streets, alleging broken promises. 

In Malaysia, a Political Stalwart Bows Out
November 25, 2022

In Malaysia, a Political Stalwart Bows Out

By Sophie Lemière
At last week's election, the extraordinary, six-decade-long political journey of Mahathir Mohamad reached its quiet terminus.
The Precarious State of the Mekong
November 24, 2022

The Precarious State of the Mekong

By Nicholas Muller
Prolonged stress on the Lower Mekong Basin is reaching an ecological tipping point, threatening millions of livelihoods.

Dawn of the Drone Age in Central Asia
November 23, 2022

Dawn of the Drone Age in Central Asia

By Francisco Olmos
Central Asian countries have been stepping up their drone capabilities.

Can China and the US Cooperate on Climate Change?
November 22, 2022

Can China and the US Cooperate on Climate Change?

By Nima Khorrami
The China-U.S. technology rivalry will severely hinder the prospect of a common Sino-American approach to climate change.

Takeaways From China’s Zhuhai Air Show 2022
November 21, 2022

Takeaways From China’s Zhuhai Air Show 2022

By Zachary Williams
Real gains were shown in China’s missile, radar, unmanned systems, and fighter technology.
The Quiet Evolution of Vietnam’s Digital Authoritarianism
November 19, 2022

The Quiet Evolution of Vietnam’s Digital Authoritarianism

By Gerard McDermott and Alice Larsson
Digital rights in Vietnam are declining as a new system of surveillance and control has emerged in the country, with the support of Western tech giants.

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