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North Korea Without Nukes: How Does It Measure Up?
January 01, 2021

North Korea Without Nukes: How Does It Measure Up?

By Joost Oliemans
Evaluating North Korea’s conventional military strength.

Vietnam’s Coming Leadership Change
January 01, 2021

Vietnam’s Coming Leadership Change

By Huong Le Thu
Amid a pandemic and shifting geopolitical winds, Vietnam’s next leaders will be of crucial importance for the country’s future.
The Future of US-India Digital Relations
January 01, 2021

The Future of US-India Digital Relations

By Justin Sherman
Beneath the surface, the Trump and Modi administrations had more tensions than common ground on digital issues.

The Asia-Pacific in 2021: What to Expect
January 01, 2021

The Asia-Pacific in 2021: What to Expect

By The Diplomat
The Diplomat looks at the trends to watch across the region in the coming year.

Van Jackson on Getting Biden’s Asia Policy Right
January 01, 2021

Van Jackson on Getting Biden’s Asia Policy Right

By Shannon Tiezzi
“U.S. standing in Asia has been at record lows under Trump,” says Jackson. What will Biden do differently?

Afghanistan’s Biggest Fight: Climate Change
December 01, 2020

Afghanistan’s Biggest Fight: Climate Change

By Ezzatullah Mehrdad
While the war has taken the majority of government attention (and money), climate change may be the more difficult battle.

Southeast Asia’s Imperiled Biodiversity
December 01, 2020

Southeast Asia’s Imperiled Biodiversity

By Nithin Coca
Southeast Asia is one of the world’s biodiversity hotspots. The region is also among the leaders in habitat and wildlife loss.
The Costs of Australia’s Climate Politics
December 01, 2020

The Costs of Australia’s Climate Politics

By Matt McDonald
Despite the reality of the threat posed by climate change, Australia is a significant part of the failure to adequately address it. That has growing diplomatic costs.

The New Geopolitics of Climate Change
December 01, 2020

The New Geopolitics of Climate Change

By Scott Moore
As climate action becomes a question of geopolitical competition, the world’s major economies look ready to finally take serious steps to cut greenhouse gas emissions.

Clare Richardson-Barlow on East Asia’s Turn to Renewable Energy
December 01, 2020

Clare Richardson-Barlow on East Asia’s Turn to Renewable Energy

By Catherine Putz
On paper, East Asian countries are moving aggressively toward renewable energy. On the ground, however, things are more complicated.

What’s Next for Kyrgyzstan?
November 01, 2020

What’s Next for Kyrgyzstan?

By Bruce Pannier
The government of Sadyr Japarov will have an opportunity to prove itself by confronting the problems that made the October 4 elections such a disaster.
Vietnam’s Virtual Charm Offensive
November 01, 2020

Vietnam’s Virtual Charm Offensive

By Nguyen Phuong Linh and Nguyen Khac Giang
Vietnam made the best of a difficult situation in carrying out its ASEAN chairmanship amid a pandemic.

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