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‘Divine Retribution’: The Islamic State’s COVID-19 Propaganda
March 24, 2020

‘Divine Retribution’: The Islamic State’s COVID-19 Propaganda

By Nur Aziemah Azman
The Islamic State’s narrative on the coronavirus pandemic reinforces anti-China and anti-Shiite sentiments.
COVID-19: Countering the Economic Contagion
March 24, 2020

COVID-19: Countering the Economic Contagion

By Manuel M. Dayrit and Ronald U. Mendoza
Preventive steps to prevent infection may produce an economic crisis that risks exacerbating poverty, hunger, and health issues.

Can India Keep up With COVID-19?
March 23, 2020

Can India Keep up With COVID-19?

By Angel L. Martínez Cantera
Poor infrastructure and a low testing rate for coronavirus threaten the world's most densely populated region.

China, Italy, and Coronavirus: Geopolitics and Propaganda 
March 20, 2020

China, Italy, and Coronavirus: Geopolitics and Propaganda 

By Theresa Fallon
In Italy, China is no longer thought of as the origin of COVID-19, but as a friend in a time of dire need.

China’s Coronavirus Slowdown: Which African Economies Will Be Hit Hardest?
March 19, 2020

China’s Coronavirus Slowdown: Which African Economies Will Be Hit Hardest?

By Hannah Ryder and Angela Benefo
COVID-19 – and the corresponding China “shock” – could have a disproportionate effect on Africa’s smallest, and poorest, economies.
Japan-India: An Indigenous Indo-Pacific Axis
March 18, 2020

Japan-India: An Indigenous Indo-Pacific Axis

By Tan Ming Hui and Nazia Hussain 
The longstanding India-Japan partnership is a crucial pillar for the Free and Open Indo-Pacific vision.

As the Coronavirus Spreads, RIMPAC Planners Face Grim Facts       
March 17, 2020

As the Coronavirus Spreads, RIMPAC Planners Face Grim Facts       

By Jon Letman
The world’s largest international maritime exercise is scheduled to take place this summer. For now, it’s still on.
The Coming Crisis Along the Iran-Pakistan Border
March 17, 2020

The Coming Crisis Along the Iran-Pakistan Border

By Muhammad Akbar Notezai
Qassem Soleimani’s killing will have trickle down effects that could ramp up Baloch militancy in both countries.

Religious Minorities in ‘Naya Pakistan’
March 16, 2020

Religious Minorities in ‘Naya Pakistan’

By Jaffer A. Mirza
31 dead, 58 injured, and 25 blasphemy cases – that’s the toll taken on Pakistan’s religious minorities since Prime Minister Imran Khan took office.

Indonesia’s Natuna Challenge
March 13, 2020

Indonesia’s Natuna Challenge

By Nabiha Shahab
Illegal fishing – including by Chinese vessels – continues to be a problem in the Natuna Sea.

How the US Can Compete in 5G
March 12, 2020

How the US Can Compete in 5G

By Lucas Tcheyan and Sam Bresnick
Ironically, succeeding in the cutting-edge industry might require dusting off a precedent from the Reagan era.
Is COVID-19 Eroding China’s Influence in Southeast Asia?
March 11, 2020

Is COVID-19 Eroding China’s Influence in Southeast Asia?

By Robert Bociaga
Amid the epidemic, people are banned from traveling, goods shelved and investments stalled.

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