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China: Fighting COVID-19 With Automated Tyranny
April 01, 2020

China: Fighting COVID-19 With Automated Tyranny

By Maya Wang
The government response to the virus hinged on invasive new surveillance methods, like the Health Code app.

South Korea: Elections Amid a Pandemic
April 01, 2020

South Korea: Elections Amid a Pandemic

By Youngmi Kim
Electoral reforms and inter-Korea relations once looked destined to dominate April’s parliamentary elections. Now a global pandemic will likely be the deciding factor.
Sharia in Brunei: Much Ado About Nothing?
April 01, 2020

Sharia in Brunei: Much Ado About Nothing?

By Asif Ullah Khan
One year after an international outcry against the new Sharia Penal Code, most Bruneians say it hasn’t impacted their lives at all.

War and Peace in the Philippines
April 01, 2020

War and Peace in the Philippines

By Zachary Abuza
With the BARMM’s first birthday, the peace process in the southern Philippines reaches a milestone.

Amarnath Amarasingam: Sri Lanka After the Easter Massacre
April 01, 2020

Amarnath Amarasingam: Sri Lanka After the Easter Massacre

By Catherine Putz
A year after the Easter attacks, what have we learned about extremism in Sri Lanka?

Himalayan Poet Yuyutsu Ram Dass Sharma Speaks
March 01, 2020

Himalayan Poet Yuyutsu Ram Dass Sharma Speaks

By StoriesAsia
The renowned Nepali poet discusses technology and the role of poetry in the modern era.

Does Singapore’s Next Election Matter?
March 01, 2020

Does Singapore’s Next Election Matter?

By Kirsten Han
The eventual election may bring some excitement, yet it’s unlikely that the result will bring much change.
The Fall of Tajikistan’s Opposition
March 01, 2020

The Fall of Tajikistan’s Opposition

By Edward Lemon
President Emomali Rahmon has consolidated power by leading a merciless campaign against any opposition.

Indonesia, China, and the Natuna Linchpin
March 01, 2020

Indonesia, China, and the Natuna Linchpin

By Evan A. Laksmana
Can Indonesia develop a strategy to confront China’s long game in the Natunas and the South China Sea?

Lessons From Balakot: One Year On
March 01, 2020

Lessons From Balakot: One Year On

By Sitara Noor and Rajeswari Pillai Rajagopalan
One year ago, India and Pakistan engaged in dangerous brinkmanship. What are the lessons learned?

Myanmar: Trials and Tribulations
February 01, 2020

Myanmar: Trials and Tribulations

By Christina Fink
Facing genocide charges in the international arena, Myanmar’s domestic politics are set to heat up in 2020, too.
Confronting Foreign Influence in Australia
February 01, 2020

Confronting Foreign Influence in Australia

By Yun Jiang and Adam Ni
Can Australia strike a balance between deterring foreign interference and preserving individual liberties and social cohesion?

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