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Can Pakistan International Airlines Be Saved?
June 23, 2020

Can Pakistan International Airlines Be Saved?

By Kunwar Khuldune Shahid
A flawed safety record, troubled finances, and lack of transparency: for many, the PIA is a microcosm of all that ails Pakistan.
How Brunei Beat COVID-19
June 22, 2020

How Brunei Beat COVID-19

By Austin Bodetti
The small Southeast Asian sultanate is one of the few countries to avoid a massive surge in cases and deaths.

The Rohingyas and the Elephants: How Humans and Nature Collide in Refugee Camps
June 19, 2020

The Rohingyas and the Elephants: How Humans and Nature Collide in Refugee Camps

By Shah Tazrian Ashrafi
Myanmar’s violent campaign of driving the Rohingya people out of their territory has both human and environmental costs.

How America’s Wars in Asia Militarized the Police at Home
June 18, 2020

How America’s Wars in Asia Militarized the Police at Home

By Alireza Ahmadi
American empire and wars in the Far East contributed to the militarization of the U.S. police force.

Blood Spilled on the China-India Border
June 17, 2020

Blood Spilled on the China-India Border

By Sudha Ramachandran
With dozens dead in the latest clash, Sino-Indian tensions at their highest point in decades.
The Pandemic’s Hidden Casualty: Human Rights
June 16, 2020

The Pandemic’s Hidden Casualty: Human Rights

By Carmina Flores-Obanil
For many of Asia’s indigenous peoples, COVID-19 is exacerbating long-standing policies of marginalization.

Australia’s Unsung COVID-19 Heroes: The Diplomats
June 16, 2020

Australia’s Unsung COVID-19 Heroes: The Diplomats

By Melissa Conley Tyler and Pravin Silva
The pandemic has changed the way Australia’s diplomats engage with Asia.
Kashmir’s ‘COVID Warriors’ Are Under Siege
June 15, 2020

Kashmir’s ‘COVID Warriors’ Are Under Siege

By Mohammad Haziq
Prime Minister Modi has praised India’s doctors as heroes amid the pandemic. In Kashmir, they are being harassed and beaten by security forces.

Hong Kong and Britain’s China Reset
June 11, 2020

Hong Kong and Britain’s China Reset

By Duncan Bartlett
Beijing’s plan to clamp down on Hong Kong has angered politicians of all persuasions in Britain. Meanwhile, China is threatening revenge for U.K. “interference.”

Post-Pandemic, Will Bali Rethink Tourism?
June 10, 2020

Post-Pandemic, Will Bali Rethink Tourism?

By Julia Winterflood
After COVID-19, what do Balinese want their island’s ‘new era’ to look like?

China’s Tightening Grasp in the South China Sea: A First-Hand Look
June 10, 2020

China’s Tightening Grasp in the South China Sea: A First-Hand Look

By Zachary Williams
A view from the USS America on China's actions -- and U.S. reactions -- in the disputed waters.
After COVID-19, Can China Still Become ‘Moderately Prosperous’?
June 09, 2020

After COVID-19, Can China Still Become ‘Moderately Prosperous’?

By Montijn Huisman
Reaching “xiaokang shehui” status is a crucial goal for the CCP. Is it still achievable?

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