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Bangladesh’s Government Caught in the Crossfire as Its Public Assails France
November 12, 2020

Bangladesh’s Government Caught in the Crossfire as Its Public Assails France

By Austin Bodetti
Amid COVID-19, the South Asian country needs its economic partnerships with France more than ever. Will public opinion get in the way?
Before Trump, South Korean Conservatives Also Claimed a ‘Stolen’ Election
November 11, 2020

Before Trump, South Korean Conservatives Also Claimed a ‘Stolen’ Election

By Dongwoo Kim
Today's right-wing politics has a transnational element, resulting in eerily similar conspiracy theories about voter fraud in the U.S. and South Korea.

What Do Chinese People Think of the US Election?
November 10, 2020

What Do Chinese People Think of the US Election?

By Aadil Brar
Chinese state media call the U.S. election chaotic and costly, while social media users can't stop talking about it.

Aotearoa New Zealand Faces the Future
November 09, 2020

Aotearoa New Zealand Faces the Future

By Anne-Marie Brady
The appointment of New Zealand’s first Maori foreign minister sends a clear message about its foreign policy priorities.

Is China a New Colonial Power?
November 09, 2020

Is China a New Colonial Power?

By Amitai Etzioni
How well do the claims of neocolonialism stand up?
Can the UK Achieve Its Naval Ambitions in the Indo-Pacific?
November 07, 2020

Can the UK Achieve Its Naval Ambitions in the Indo-Pacific?

By Ian Storey
The Royal Navy is sending its aircraft carrier to the Pacific. What comes next will be far more telling.

The Return of Militancy in Pakistan
November 06, 2020

The Return of Militancy in Pakistan

By Muhammad Akbar Notezai
After a few years of relative peace, militant groups are on the rise again – and at a dangerous time for Pakistan.
The PLA’s AI Competitions
November 05, 2020

The PLA’s AI Competitions

By Marcus Clay
Can the new design contests foster a culture of military innovation in China?

Myanmar’s Election Marks a Step Away From Peace
November 04, 2020

Myanmar’s Election Marks a Step Away From Peace

By Ben Dunant
Sunday's vote will likely deliver a government with a strong popular mandate – a rarity in mainland Southeast Asia – but ethnic minorities will be left out in the cold.

Taiwan’s Overall Defense Concept, Explained
November 03, 2020

Taiwan’s Overall Defense Concept, Explained

By Lee Hsi-min and Eric Lee
The concept’s developer explains the asymmetric approach to Taiwan’s defense.

China’s Multifaceted COVID-19 Diplomacy Across Africa 
November 02, 2020

China’s Multifaceted COVID-19 Diplomacy Across Africa 

By R. Maxwell Bone & Ferdinando Cinotto
China's COVID-19 aid to African states comes from a diverse array of actors, with equally diverse motives.
What Do Kazakhs Think of Borat?
October 30, 2020

What Do Kazakhs Think of Borat?

By Assem Almukhanbetkyzy and Kristi Eaton
With a new film, the satirical character is back in the headlines – and so is Kazakhstan, his supposed home.

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