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Can India Decouple From China?
November 01, 2020

Can India Decouple From China?

By Amitendu Palit
India has a very long journey on the road to self-reliance before it can expect to substantially reduce dependence on China.
The State of Democracy in Asia
November 01, 2020

The State of Democracy in Asia

By Yun-han Chu, Michael Vatikiotis, Mosharraf Zaidi, and Catherine Putz
Has the global narrative of democratic decline held true in the Indo-Pacific region?

JJ Robinson on the Maldives’ Return to Democracy
November 01, 2020

JJ Robinson on the Maldives’ Return to Democracy

By Shannon Tiezzi
Two years after a surprise opposition victory in the polls, Maldivian democracy is still tenuous.

Fiji 50 Years On
October 01, 2020

Fiji 50 Years On

By Stewart Firth
Fiji’s long-running split along lines of racial identity is at the center of the country’s tortured politics.

Pakistan’s Hybrid Regime: The Army’s Project Imran Khan
October 01, 2020

Pakistan’s Hybrid Regime: The Army’s Project Imran Khan

By Mohammad Taqi
With its latest power play, Pakistan’s civilian-military regime might have bitten off more than it could chew.
Myanmar’s Peace Process: The China Factor
October 01, 2020

Myanmar’s Peace Process: The China Factor

By Yun Sun
China has an undeniable role in Myanmar’s peace process, but an ultimate resolution lies in Burmese hands.

The Asia Inheritance: Trump and US Alliances
October 01, 2020

The Asia Inheritance: Trump and US Alliances

By Abraham M. Denmark and Shihoko Goto
U.S. alliances have been tested under the Trump administration – but have also proven more durable than many expected.
Masashi Murano on Japan’s Missile Defense Debate
October 01, 2020

Masashi Murano on Japan’s Missile Defense Debate

By Catherine Putz
Why did Japan reverse course on the Aegis Ashore ballistic missile defense system?

Inter-Korea Relations: Things Fall Apart
September 01, 2020

Inter-Korea Relations: Things Fall Apart

By Christopher Green
The diplomacy of 2018 could have changed the political landscape of the Korean peninsula permanently. Two years later, does any of that progress remain?

Australia Steps Up in Defense of the Indo-Pacific Order
September 01, 2020

Australia Steps Up in Defense of the Indo-Pacific Order

By Ashley Townshend and Brendan Thomas-Noone
The Strategic Update provides a blueprint for how Australia will navigate a “poorer, more dangerous and more disorderly” future in the Indo-Pacific.

What’s Left of the Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan?
September 01, 2020

What’s Left of the Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan?

By Agnieszka Pikulicka-Wilczewska
While the IMU itself might no longer be an important player in the complex landscape of international jihad, it may yet be too soon to portend its total demise.
China and the EU: A Tale of Two Summits
September 01, 2020

China and the EU: A Tale of Two Summits

By Theresa Fallon
COVID-19 has accelerated shifting dynamics in EU-China relations.

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