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Umida Niyazova on Forced Labor in Uzbekistan
June 04, 2019
Umida Niyazova on Forced Labor in Uzbekistan
Despite progress, forced labor remains a reality in Uzbekistan.
Umida Niyazova on Forced Labor in Uzbekistan
Alessio Patalano on Japan’s Growing Naval Power
June 04, 2019
Alessio Patalano on Japan’s Growing Naval Power
Aircraft carriers and F-35B stealth fighters: Japan is incrementally building up its offensive maritime capabilities.
Alessio Patalano on Japan’s Growing Naval Power
Understanding China’s Vision of Victory
May 26, 2019
Understanding China’s Vision of Victory
Jonathan Ward describes the conditions that China’s leaders seek to create in the Asia-Pacific by 2049.
Understanding China’s Vision of Victory
Jonas Astrup on Reforming Uzbekistan's Cotton Industry
May 21, 2019
Jonas Astrup on Reforming Uzbekistan's Cotton Industry
As Uzbekistan makes progress on ending forced labor, Tashkent is open about the remaining challenges.
Jonas Astrup on Reforming Uzbekistan's Cotton Industry
Interview: Michael O’Hanlon on the Senkaku Paradox and the Risk of Great Power War
May 15, 2019
Interview: Michael O’Hanlon on the Senkaku Paradox and the Risk of Great Power War
How to prevent a local military crisis from escalating into a great power war.
Interview: Michael O’Hanlon on the Senkaku Paradox and the Risk of Great Power War
Andrew Erickson and Ryan Martinson on China and the Maritime Gray Zone
May 14, 2019
Andrew Erickson and Ryan Martinson on China and the Maritime Gray Zone
How China thinks about and acts in the maritime gray zone, and what that means for the region’s future.  
Andrew Erickson and Ryan Martinson on China and the Maritime Gray Zone
Hongbin Qu: China’s Tax Cuts Boost Technology Upgrading
April 25, 2019
Hongbin Qu: China’s Tax Cuts Boost Technology Upgrading
Rising private business investment is key to unlocking untapped productivity potential, says the HSBC economist.
Hongbin Qu: China’s Tax Cuts Boost Technology Upgrading
Shifting Nuclear Sands in South Asia: Understanding India’s Counterforce Temptations
April 23, 2019
Shifting Nuclear Sands in South Asia: Understanding India’s Counterforce Temptations
Political scientist Christopher Clary discusses issues pertaining to strategic stability in South Asia.
Shifting Nuclear Sands in South Asia: Understanding India’s Counterforce Temptations
IMF Researcher: Global Growth Set to Recover Late 2019
April 11, 2019
IMF Researcher: Global Growth Set to Recover Late 2019
The improving health of emerging markets, including in Asia, is key to continued recovery in 2020.
IMF Researcher: Global Growth Set to Recover Late 2019
Erin Murphy on the State of Myanmar’s Economy
April 09, 2019
Erin Murphy on the State of Myanmar’s Economy
A conversation on the future of Myanmar's economy, and the implications for domestic and international actors.
Erin Murphy on the State of Myanmar’s Economy
The Importance of Saving Biodiversity in Karen State in 2 Interviews
April 02, 2019
The Importance of Saving Biodiversity in Karen State in 2 Interviews
Indigenous and academic perspectives on biodiversity, armed conflict, and self-determination in Karen state.
The Importance of Saving Biodiversity in Karen State in 2 Interviews
Micah Zenko on the Dangers of the US Threat-Industrial Complex
April 01, 2019
Micah Zenko on the Dangers of the US Threat-Industrial Complex
Why the U.S. public is being fed a steady diet of inflated foreign threats to the country’s national security.
Micah Zenko on the Dangers of the US Threat-Industrial Complex
Bruce Pannier on Change in Central Asia
March 26, 2019
Bruce Pannier on Change in Central Asia
In 1990, Bruce Pannier first went to Central Asia -- what was it like and what’s changed since then?
Bruce Pannier on Change in Central Asia
Yukon Huang on China's Foreign Investment Law and US-China Trade Friction
March 19, 2019
Yukon Huang on China's Foreign Investment Law and US-China Trade Friction
Huang discusses the prospects for continued economic reform in China and the outlook for a US-China trade deal.
Yukon Huang on China's Foreign Investment Law and US-China Trade Friction
Andrea and Mauro Gilli on Why China Can't Steal Its Way to Military-Technological Superiority
March 06, 2019
Andrea and Mauro Gilli on Why China Can't Steal Its Way to Military-Technological Superiority
Why industrial espionage and reverse engineering military technology will yield less and less benefits in the 21st century.
Andrea and Mauro Gilli on Why China Can't Steal Its Way to Military-Technological Superiority
Ananth Krishnan on India-China Ties in an Era of Superpower Competition
February 26, 2019
Ananth Krishnan on India-China Ties in an Era of Superpower Competition
An Indian journalist based in China for 9 years shares his impressions of the two countries's relationship.
Ananth Krishnan on India-China Ties in an Era of Superpower Competition
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