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How Torture Is Institutionalized in Sri Lanka
September 20, 2019
How Torture Is Institutionalized in Sri Lanka
Many alleged torturers remain in senior police positions.
How Torture Is Institutionalized in Sri Lanka
These 2 Factors Increase the Odds of Resumed US-North Korea Talks
September 16, 2019
These 2 Factors Increase the Odds of Resumed US-North Korea Talks
U.S.-North Korea talks may yet resume once again, but Washington must tread carefully.
These 2 Factors Increase the Odds of Resumed US-North Korea Talks
Trump Dangles Possible 4th US-North Korea Summit: A Mistake?
September 15, 2019
Trump Dangles Possible 4th US-North Korea Summit: A Mistake?
Trump is depriving his lead negotiator of leverage by suggesting a new summit.
Trump Dangles Possible 4th US-North Korea Summit: A Mistake?
Cash or Kind? The Debate Over Humanitarian Assistance Continues in Malaysia
September 13, 2019
Cash or Kind? The Debate Over Humanitarian Assistance Continues in Malaysia
Despite the clear advantages of cash-based assistance, globally, such aid still only accounts for a lowly 6 percent.
Cash or Kind? The Debate Over Humanitarian Assistance Continues in Malaysia
Bridging the Gaps in the Asia-Pacific Information Superhighway
September 13, 2019
Bridging the Gaps in the Asia-Pacific Information Superhighway
How can we foster a more connected and inclusive Asia-Pacific?
Bridging the Gaps in the Asia-Pacific Information Superhighway
Pakistan’s Kashmir Narrative Is Falling Flat. How Might That Change?
September 10, 2019
Pakistan’s Kashmir Narrative Is Falling Flat. How Might That Change?
How can Pakistan come out of the cul-de-sac on Kashmir?
Pakistan’s Kashmir Narrative Is Falling Flat. How Might That Change?
A Crucial New Phase in the Battle to End TB in Southeast Asia
September 09, 2019
A Crucial New Phase in the Battle to End TB in Southeast Asia
A new plan to tackle latent TB will prove vital to routing the disease.
A Crucial New Phase in the Battle to End TB in Southeast Asia
Will China Take Advantage of the Japan-South Korea Security Rift?
September 09, 2019
Will China Take Advantage of the Japan-South Korea Security Rift?
When Seoul and Tokyo bicker, Beijing senses opportunity.
Will China Take Advantage of the Japan-South Korea Security Rift?
Building an Inclusive United Nations with Taiwan on Board
September 05, 2019
Building an Inclusive United Nations with Taiwan on Board
The principles of inclusiveness and leaving no one behind are key to realizing the UN Sustainable Development Goals.
Building an Inclusive United Nations with Taiwan on Board
Pakistan’s Anguish on Kashmir Elicits An Extremely Hollow International Response
September 05, 2019
Pakistan’s Anguish on Kashmir Elicits An Extremely Hollow International Response
Pakistan’s relentless anguish seems to have fallen on deaf ears and it remains in a tight spot on Kashmir.
Pakistan’s Anguish on Kashmir Elicits An Extremely Hollow International Response
The Path to Reconciliation in Hong Kong
August 31, 2019
The Path to Reconciliation in Hong Kong
Hong Kong could take a leaf from Macron’s “Great National Debate.”
The Path to Reconciliation in Hong Kong
Will India Become the Home of the Largest Number of Stateless People?
August 30, 2019
Will India Become the Home of the Largest Number of Stateless People?
International pressure to ensure India fully respects the rights of all its people is urgently needed.
Will India Become the Home of the Largest Number of Stateless People?
Asia’s Disappearing Activists
August 30, 2019
Asia’s Disappearing Activists
Activists remain disappeared in at least 13 countries in the region. How can we secure justice for Asia’s disappeared?
Asia’s Disappearing Activists
China’s Cross-Border Campaign to Terrorize Uyghur Americans
August 29, 2019
China’s Cross-Border Campaign to Terrorize Uyghur Americans
The Chinese government routinely carries out surveillance, threats, and coercion targeting Uyghurs on American soil.
China’s Cross-Border Campaign to Terrorize Uyghur Americans
Confronting China’s Suppression of Religion
August 29, 2019
Confronting China’s Suppression of Religion
Instead of the Communist party's intolerance, democratic Taiwan offers a positive example.
Confronting China’s Suppression of Religion
The Root Cause of Hong Kong’s Woes (Hint: It's Not China)
August 28, 2019
The Root Cause of Hong Kong’s Woes (Hint: It's Not China)
Hong Kongers do not trust their government to defend their interests, whether against Beijing, big business, or anyone else.
The Root Cause of Hong Kong’s Woes (Hint: It's Not China)
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