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The Guadalcanal Campaign: Then and Now
August 01, 2022

The Guadalcanal Campaign: Then and Now

By Robert Farley
Eighty years after the Guadalcanal Campaign, Solomon Islands has once again drawn U.S. strategic interest.

Undelivered Promises: Life in Kashmir After Article 370
August 01, 2022

Undelivered Promises: Life in Kashmir After Article 370

By Ritu Mahendru
Three years after the Modi government struck down Kashmir’s special status, the Valley has only grown more volatile.
Southeast Asia’s Sinking Megacities
August 01, 2022

Southeast Asia’s Sinking Megacities

By Nicholas Muller
The coastal cities of Bangkok, Jakarta, and Ho Chi Minh City battle a common existential threat.

Funding Myanmar’s Spring Revolution
August 01, 2022

Funding Myanmar’s Spring Revolution

By Zachary Abuza
War isn’t cheap. How has the National Unity Government funded itself – and its military efforts?

Justine Fleischner on the State of Afghanistan After 1 Year of Taliban Rule
August 01, 2022

Justine Fleischner on the State of Afghanistan After 1 Year of Taliban Rule

By Catherine Putz
A year after the Taliban retook Afghanistan, economic collapse, human rights abuses, and terrorist threats loom large.

A Counter­revolution in the Philippines: Marcos 2.0
July 01, 2022

A Counter­revolution in the Philippines: Marcos 2.0

By Richard Javad Heydarian
What can we expect from Ferdinand Marcos Jr.?

Is There a New Kazakhstan?
July 01, 2022

Is There a New Kazakhstan?

By Bruce Pannier
Not yet, despite the president’s repeated assertions otherwise.
Is Anyone Listening to the Pacific Islands?
July 01, 2022

Is Anyone Listening to the Pacific Islands?

By Cleo Paskal
What do people of the Pacific Islands think about China’s plans for the region and the U.S. response?

India’s Energy-Environment Catch-22
July 01, 2022

India’s Energy-Environment Catch-22

By Monika Mondal
Extreme weather events, like India’s heatwaves, pose new challenges to green solutions.

Botakoz Kassymbekova and Erica Marat on Russia’s ‘Imperial Myth’
July 01, 2022

Botakoz Kassymbekova and Erica Marat on Russia’s ‘Imperial Myth’

By Catherine Putz
Russia’s longstanding “imperial myth” holds that “Russia did not attack and colonize, but liberated and saved the colonized.”

Michael Kugelman on South Asia’s Overlapping Crises
June 01, 2022

Michael Kugelman on South Asia’s Overlapping Crises

By Shannon Tiezzi
“Pakistan and Sri Lanka have experienced the most political tumult in South Asia, and in both cases it’s been driven by economic stress.”
Japan’s Tangled Territorial Dispute With Russia
June 01, 2022

Japan’s Tangled Territorial Dispute With Russia

By Cristian Martini Grimaldi
In northernmost Hokkaido, residents can easily see Russian-held islands that once belonged to Japan. Some still hold out hope for the islands’ return.

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