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Inter-Korea Relations: Things Fall Apart
September 01, 2020

Inter-Korea Relations: Things Fall Apart

By Christopher Green
The diplomacy of 2018 could have changed the political landscape of the Korean peninsula permanently. Two years later, does any of that progress remain?

Australia Steps Up in Defense of the Indo-Pacific Order
September 01, 2020

Australia Steps Up in Defense of the Indo-Pacific Order

By Ashley Townshend and Brendan Thomas-Noone
The Strategic Update provides a blueprint for how Australia will navigate a “poorer, more dangerous and more disorderly” future in the Indo-Pacific.
What’s Left of the Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan?
September 01, 2020

What’s Left of the Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan?

By Agnieszka Pikulicka-Wilczewska
While the IMU itself might no longer be an important player in the complex landscape of international jihad, it may yet be too soon to portend its total demise.

China and the EU: A Tale of Two Summits
September 01, 2020

China and the EU: A Tale of Two Summits

By Theresa Fallon
COVID-19 has accelerated shifting dynamics in EU-China relations.

Sean R. Roberts on China’s War on the Uyghurs
September 01, 2020

Sean R. Roberts on China’s War on the Uyghurs

By Catherine Putz
The Chinese Communist Party is “essentially waging a war against a portion of its own population (the Uyghur people), not as an ‘enemy,’ but as a ‘threat’ to society at large.”

Ladakh: The Anatomy of a Surprise
August 01, 2020

Ladakh: The Anatomy of a Surprise

By Abhijnan Rej
Was India caught off guard along the Line of Actual Control? Why?

South Korea’s ‘New Deal’
August 01, 2020

South Korea’s ‘New Deal’

By Dongwoo Kim
Seoul is already looking ahead to the post-COVID world.
Has COVID Re-Militarized Indonesia?
August 01, 2020

Has COVID Re-Militarized Indonesia?

By Natalie Sambhi
The Indonesian military’s COVID-19 role is not a comeback in the making.

Hong Kong: Law Making and Law Breaking
August 01, 2020

Hong Kong: Law Making and Law Breaking

By Jessie Lau and Jeffrey Wasserstrom
From last year’s protests to the national security law, Hong Kong’s turmoil is largely a question of who gets to make the law – and who gets labeled as breaking it.

Bill Hayton on the South China Sea in 2020
August 01, 2020

Bill Hayton on the South China Sea in 2020

By Ankit Panda
“There is nothing ‘historic’ about China’s ‘historic rights’ claim” in the South China Sea.

After the Virus: Japan’s Painful Economic Recovery
July 01, 2020

After the Virus: Japan’s Painful Economic Recovery

By Anthony Fensom
Anticipation of an economic windfall in 2020 has fallen flat, but there’s still hope for the post-COVID future.
Dangerous Waters: Maritime Crime in the Sulu Sea
July 01, 2020

Dangerous Waters: Maritime Crime in the Sulu Sea

By Zam Yusa
Despite COVID-19 and a number of security initiatives, piracy, kidnapping, and terrorist movements continue in the Sulu Sea.

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