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Sri Lanka’s Political Intrigue Deepens
October 01, 2019

Sri Lanka’s Political Intrigue Deepens

By Sudha Ramachandran
With elections looming, Sri Lanka’s turbulent political landscape offers more questions than answers about the country’s near-term trajectory.

The Chaos of Kyrgyz Politics
October 01, 2019

The Chaos of Kyrgyz Politics

By Ryskeldi Satke
The 2017 presidential election touched off a political crisis with much deeper roots in Kyrgyzstan’s polity.
China at 70: The Growing Pains of a Rising Power
October 01, 2019

China at 70: The Growing Pains of a Rising Power

By Xie Tao
Seventy years after the founding of the People’s Republic, significant tasks still lay ahead for China.

In Afghanistan, the War Goes On
October 01, 2019

In Afghanistan, the War Goes On

By Ezzatullah Mehrdad
After 18 years, the United States is still entangled in war in Afghanistan.

Mohammad Taqi on Kashmir
September 28, 2019

Mohammad Taqi on Kashmir

By Ankit Panda
“The BJP’s calculus seems to be that they would be able to contain the domestic fallout of using force and curbing rights and liberties in Kashmir, without much hassle.”

How North Korea Skirts Sanctions at Sea
September 01, 2019

How North Korea Skirts Sanctions at Sea

By Cameron Trainer
As sanctions tighten, North Korea’s efforts at evasion intensify.

Australia's Harsh Immigration Policy
September 01, 2019

Australia's Harsh Immigration Policy

By Claire Loughnan
The re-elected Liberal government in Australia will continue to secure the border, but at what cost?
Charting Progress in Mirziyoyev’s Uzbekistan
September 01, 2019

Charting Progress in Mirziyoyev’s Uzbekistan

By Steve Swerdlow
Three years of frenzied reform activity have certainly made a difference, but much work remains to be done.

Hong Kong’s Summer of Unrest
September 01, 2019

Hong Kong’s Summer of Unrest

By Jessie Lau
Five years after the Umbrella Movement, Hong Kong is once again in the midst of revolution and reclaiming.

James Schoff: Japan and Korea 'Have Given up on Each Other'
September 01, 2019

James Schoff: Japan and Korea 'Have Given up on Each Other'

By Ankit Panda
“This episode of Japan-Korea diplomatic friction is different from past instances.”

Fight Night in Afghanistan
August 01, 2019

Fight Night in Afghanistan

By Michelle Tolson
Afghanistan’s mixed martial arts scene in the time of the Taliban.
Imran Khan’s First Year at Bat
August 01, 2019

Imran Khan’s First Year at Bat

By Colin Cookman
What has Pakistan’s iconoclastic new prime minister achieved during his first year in power?

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