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How the Pacific Protects Its Fisheries
November 01, 2021

How the Pacific Protects Its Fisheries

By Elizabeth Mendenhall
The Pacific Island states have found ways to work together in order to effectively manage their EEZs and prevent the destruction of adjacent high seas fisheries.
The Indus Waters Treaty: India and Pakistan’s Water Divorce
November 01, 2021

The Indus Waters Treaty: India and Pakistan’s Water Divorce

By Varsha Venkatasubramanian
Just as the bank of a river doesn’t remain static, the problems and opportunities associated with the Indus Basin have changed as well. It’s time for a new treaty.

Li Shuo on China-US Climate Diplomacy
November 01, 2021

Li Shuo on China-US Climate Diplomacy

By Shannon Tiezzi
“The climate crisis won't just go away if Beijing or Washington shut communication channels.”

Samoa: Fiame’s Uphill Climb
October 01, 2021

Samoa: Fiame’s Uphill Climb

By Amalyah Hart and Joshua Mcdonald
Samoa has its first-ever female prime minister, and the first new leader in 22 years. But Fiame Naomi Mata’afa comes to power at a fraught time.

Peace vs. Democracy in Cambodia
October 01, 2021

Peace vs. Democracy in Cambodia

By Andrew Nachemson
The 1991 Paris Peace Accords had two primary goals: ending civil war and setting up democracy. One of those goals was achieved; the other has never looked less likely.
The Making of Mirziyoyev’s Uzbekistan
October 01, 2021

The Making of Mirziyoyev’s Uzbekistan

By Bruce Pannier
As Mirziyoyev gears up for his second term, Uzbekistan’s foreign relations and economy are moving forward, but political and social reforms are lagging.

Beijing and the UN, 50 Years On
October 01, 2021

Beijing and the UN, 50 Years On

By Rosemary Foot
Since taking over the China seat in the United Nations, Beijing’s approach to the global body has encompassed both ambivalence and ambition.
How Control of the World’s Oceans Shapes the Fate of the Superpowers
October 01, 2021

How Control of the World’s Oceans Shapes the Fate of the Superpowers

By Catherine Putz
In “To Rule the Waves,” Bruce Jones covers the broad and complex ways the oceans undergird power dynamics across the planet.

The Soviet Water Legacy in Central Asia
September 01, 2021

The Soviet Water Legacy in Central Asia

By Asel Murzakulova
The Soviet legacy in Central Asia’s water and energy infrastructure is complex, weaving together conflict and cooperation. 

The Philippines-US Alliance at 70
September 01, 2021

The Philippines-US Alliance at 70

By Renato Cruz De Castro
The 1951 Mutual Defense Treaty became the most important element in the Philippine-U.S. alliance. How can it remain relevant in a changing Indo-Pacific?

Imran Khan and the Generals
September 01, 2021

Imran Khan and the Generals

By Ayesha Siddiqa
Imran Khan is unlikely to lose the army’s support anytime soon.
Asia and the ‘Global War on Terror’
September 01, 2021

Asia and the ‘Global War on Terror’

By Mariya Y. Omelicheva, Abdul Basit, Bilveer Singh, and Sean R. Roberts
Launched in the wake of 9/11, the GWOT has had far-reaching consequences across Asia. 

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