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The Soviet Water Legacy in Central Asia
September 01, 2021

The Soviet Water Legacy in Central Asia

By Asel Murzakulova
The Soviet legacy in Central Asia’s water and energy infrastructure is complex, weaving together conflict and cooperation. 

The Philippines-US Alliance at 70
September 01, 2021

The Philippines-US Alliance at 70

By Renato Cruz De Castro
The 1951 Mutual Defense Treaty became the most important element in the Philippine-U.S. alliance. How can it remain relevant in a changing Indo-Pacific?
Imran Khan and the Generals
September 01, 2021

Imran Khan and the Generals

By Ayesha Siddiqa
Imran Khan is unlikely to lose the army’s support anytime soon.

Asia and the ‘Global War on Terror’
September 01, 2021

Asia and the ‘Global War on Terror’

By Mariya Y. Omelicheva, Abdul Basit, Bilveer Singh, and Sean R. Roberts
Launched in the wake of 9/11, the GWOT has had far-reaching consequences across Asia. 

Richard Horsey on Myanmar 7 Months After the Coup
September 01, 2021

Richard Horsey on Myanmar 7 Months After the Coup

By Sebastian Strangio
“A new political paradigm may be emerging in Myanmar... The youth-led resistance has bridged ethnic divides in a way that appears genuinely new and important.”

The Rajapaksa Dynasty in Sri Lanka: Democracy in Decline
August 01, 2021

The Rajapaksa Dynasty in Sri Lanka: Democracy in Decline

By Paikiasothy Saravanamuttu
COVID-19, an economic crisis, and a majoritarian dynasty at the helm: Sri Lanka’s future hangs in the balance.

The Collapse of Malaysia’s Middle Class
August 01, 2021

The Collapse of Malaysia’s Middle Class

By Amrita Malhi
On the 50th anniversary of Malaysia’s New Economic Policy, the middle class it famously built may be collapsing. Will its goal of national unity collapse with it?
How Pacific Regionalism Fell Apart
August 01, 2021

How Pacific Regionalism Fell Apart

By Steven Ratuva
It was almost inevitable that fractures would emerge within the Pacific Islands Forum.

What the Olympics Means to Japan
August 01, 2021

What the Olympics Means to Japan

By Robin Kietlinski
Japan has been fixated on the Olympic Movement since the event began. Why?

Jules Boykoff on a Beijing 2022 Boycott
August 01, 2021

Jules Boykoff on a Beijing 2022 Boycott

By Catherine Putz
“China is no place for the Olympics, given that extreme human rights abuses in the country clash with principles enshrined in the Olympic Charter.”

After Wild Election Season, What’s Next for Mongolia?
July 01, 2021

After Wild Election Season, What’s Next for Mongolia?

By Marissa Smith and Julian Dierkes
The Mongolian People’s Party now controls the executive and the legislature, but now must contend with COVID-19 and demands to level the political playing field.
The Bear Is Back? Russia’s Return to Southeast Asia
July 01, 2021

The Bear Is Back? Russia’s Return to Southeast Asia

By Zachary Abuza
Russia will never match U.S. or Chinese influence in the region, but it has proven adept at getting a decent return for its minimal investments.

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