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The 1962 Internment of Chinese Indians
September 02, 2020

The 1962 Internment of Chinese Indians

By Aadil Brar
The specter of another Sino-Indian war has raised worries that one of the horrors of that conflict could be repeated.
The Last Farewell to the Mighty Mekong
September 02, 2020

The Last Farewell to the Mighty Mekong

By Tom Fawthrop
The shrinking Tonle Sap, the river's “beating heart,” is the latest wake-up call of the damage wrought by dams.

How the US Can Win Back Southeast Asia
September 01, 2020

How the US Can Win Back Southeast Asia

By Charles Dunst
President Trump has done damage to America’s image, but the U.S. can still secure its abiding regional interests.

Why China Will Support Russia in Belarus
August 31, 2020

Why China Will Support Russia in Belarus

By Brian G. Carlson
In responding to the political turmoil, Moscow can count on support from China, which has rapidly expanded its own interests in Belarus.

Rosneft’s Vietnam Exit Hints at Russia Inc.’s Future in Asia 
August 28, 2020

Rosneft’s Vietnam Exit Hints at Russia Inc.’s Future in Asia 

By Nick Trickett
Moscow is going to have to toe Beijing’s line as competition and pressure from Washington ramps up.
Behind Thailand’s Protests, Cracks in the Establishment
August 27, 2020

Behind Thailand’s Protests, Cracks in the Establishment

By James Row
Shifts in the establishment’s support base are driving the Thai democracy movement. That sets the current moment apart.

The US-South Korea Alliance and the China Factor
August 26, 2020

The US-South Korea Alliance and the China Factor

By Clint Work
In the current context of U.S.-China competition, Washington’s strategic preferences and Seoul’s search for greater autonomy are clashing.
Can Pakistan and Bangladesh Be Friends?
August 26, 2020

Can Pakistan and Bangladesh Be Friends?

By Kunwar Khuldune Shahid
China and Turkey are providing the opportunity for Pakistan to sit with Bangladesh again. Islamabad must do so with sincerity and self-reflection.

How China Lost Nigeria
August 25, 2020

How China Lost Nigeria

By Adagbo Onoja
Even as China built up its influence, it remained deeply vulnerable to negative counter-narratives from the United States. That’s the paradox of hegemony.

How Did Pakistan Flatten the Coronavirus Curve?
August 24, 2020

How Did Pakistan Flatten the Coronavirus Curve?

By Niha Dagia
Despite ending its lockdown early, Pakistan managed to flatten the curve. But the country is still far from achieving herd immunity.

Whispers of 076, China’s Drone Carrying Assault Carrier
August 21, 2020

Whispers of 076, China’s Drone Carrying Assault Carrier

By Rick Joe
What do we know so far about China’s next amphibious assault ship?
Who Will Lead the Pacific Islands Forum?
August 20, 2020

Who Will Lead the Pacific Islands Forum?

By Nic Maclellan
Amid shifting geopolitical tides, the race is on to choose a new secretary general for the PIF.

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