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What Can the EU Contribute to Peace on the Korean Peninsula?
July 22, 2019

What Can the EU Contribute to Peace on the Korean Peninsula?

By Ankit Panda
Tereza Novotna discusses the European Union’s policies toward North Korea.
Sebastien Peyrouse on the EU's New Central Asia Strategy
July 16, 2019

Sebastien Peyrouse on the EU's New Central Asia Strategy

By Catherine Putz
What are Europe’s main interests in Central Asia and how does the EU plan to pursue them?

Shankaran Nambiar on the State of New Malaysia’s Economy
July 09, 2019

Shankaran Nambiar on the State of New Malaysia’s Economy

By Prashanth Parameswaran
A conversation on the state of Malaysia’s economy under its new government, and the implications for domestic and foreign policy.

Mauro Gilli: Selling the F-35 to Countries Operating the S-400 Is a Bad Idea
July 03, 2019

Mauro Gilli: Selling the F-35 to Countries Operating the S-400 Is a Bad Idea

By Franz-Stefan Gady
What are the risks of selling the F-35 to India and other countries operating high-tech Russian-made weapons systems?

US-India Ties in Modi's Second Term: Charting a New Course?
June 26, 2019

US-India Ties in Modi's Second Term: Charting a New Course?

By Ankit Panda
Richard Rossow speaks to The Diplomat about U.S.-India ties.
Hong Kong Extradition Law: The Fallout
June 25, 2019

Hong Kong Extradition Law: The Fallout

By Mercy A. Kuo
Insights from Ho-Fung Hung.

Dr. Shashi Tharoor on the Future of Indian Democracy
June 19, 2019

Dr. Shashi Tharoor on the Future of Indian Democracy

By Arun Budhathoki
The MP from Kerala reflects on the recent election results, and where the country goes from here.
Japan-Saudi Ties: An Interview With the Japanese Ambassador
June 11, 2019

Japan-Saudi Ties: An Interview With the Japanese Ambassador

By Alexander Woodman
Ambassador Tsukasa Uemura discusses the future of the Japan-Saudi relationship, and how to build strong cultural ties.

Umida Niyazova on Forced Labor in Uzbekistan
June 04, 2019

Umida Niyazova on Forced Labor in Uzbekistan

By Catherine Putz
Despite progress, forced labor remains a reality in Uzbekistan.

Alessio Patalano on Japan’s Growing Naval Power
June 04, 2019

Alessio Patalano on Japan’s Growing Naval Power

By Franz-Stefan Gady
Aircraft carriers and F-35B stealth fighters: Japan is incrementally building up its offensive maritime capabilities.

Understanding China’s Vision of Victory
May 26, 2019

Understanding China’s Vision of Victory

By Ankit Panda
Jonathan Ward describes the conditions that China’s leaders seek to create in the Asia-Pacific by 2049.
Jonas Astrup on Reforming Uzbekistan's Cotton Industry
May 21, 2019

Jonas Astrup on Reforming Uzbekistan's Cotton Industry

By Catherine Putz
As Uzbekistan makes progress on ending forced labor, Tashkent is open about the remaining challenges.

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