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‘I Could Never Trust Them’: The China Factor in Taiwan’s Youth Vote
January 10, 2020

‘I Could Never Trust Them’: The China Factor in Taiwan’s Youth Vote

By Staś Butler
The Hong Kong protests are mobilizing Taiwan’s youth ahead of a pivotal election.
Try as It Might, Germany Isn’t Warming to Huawei
January 09, 2020

Try as It Might, Germany Isn’t Warming to Huawei

By Björn Alexander Düben
Germany’s domestic dispute about Huawei is growing increasingly heated – but U.S. pressure has little to do with it.

Philippines’ ‘Smart City’ Threatens Tribal Displacement
January 08, 2020

Philippines’ ‘Smart City’ Threatens Tribal Displacement

By Bernice Beltran
The construction of New Clark City comes at a heavy cost to the indigenous Aeta tribe.

US-Philippines Ties: The De Lima Dilemma
January 08, 2020

US-Philippines Ties: The De Lima Dilemma

By Michael Beltran
The Philippine government has threatened to introduce visa requirements for U.S. citizens after banning 3 U.S. senators, supporters of jailed Philippine Senator de Lima.

Taiwan: The Tsai Doctrine
January 07, 2020

Taiwan: The Tsai Doctrine

By Nick Aspinwall
Under President Tsai Ing-wen, Taiwan has turned away from China and embraced the rest of the world. But the country has found out the hard way that diplomacy can carry moral cost.
The Unequal Impact of Indonesia’s New Year Flood
January 06, 2020

The Unequal Impact of Indonesia’s New Year Flood

By Ian Morse
Climate disasters like Jakarta’s deadly flood will continue to exacerbate Indonesia’s urban inequalities.

China’s Climate Diplomacy 2.0
January 02, 2020

China’s Climate Diplomacy 2.0

By Marina Kaneti
Why did China move from laggard to leader on climate change?
Hong Kong’s Looming 2047 Question
January 01, 2020

Hong Kong’s Looming 2047 Question

By Brian Wong
The protests that began in 2019 are actually centered on a date nearly 30 years into the future.

The Hambantota Port Deal: Myths and Realities
January 01, 2020

The Hambantota Port Deal: Myths and Realities

By Umesh Moramudali
Untangling the truth about Chinese debt and Sri Lanka means cutting through some misleading media narratives.

South Asia’s Most Notorious Militant Groups
December 31, 2019

South Asia’s Most Notorious Militant Groups

By Sarmad Ishfaq
Ideology, organization, and public support: An analysis of the Lashkar-e-Taiba and Haqqani Network.

China Tries to Put Sweden on Ice
December 30, 2019

China Tries to Put Sweden on Ice

By Jojje Olsson
Relations between China and Sweden have taken a nosedive with threats, trade restrictions, and the indictment of an ambassador.
What Does the Musharraf Verdict Mean for Pakistan?
December 27, 2019

What Does the Musharraf Verdict Mean for Pakistan?

By Muhammad Akbar Notezai
The sentencing to death of Musharraf has been welcomed by many Pakistanis.

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