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ASEAN’s Digital Transformation Starts With Tomorrow’s Data Talents
October 26, 2018
ASEAN’s Digital Transformation Starts With Tomorrow’s Data Talents
Singapore’s experience might offer useful lessons for fellow ASEAN members as the region transforms into a digital economy.
ASEAN’s Digital Transformation Starts With Tomorrow’s Data Talents
Myanmar’s ‘Genocidal Acts’ Demand UN Action
October 26, 2018
Myanmar’s ‘Genocidal Acts’ Demand UN Action
The UN was founded 73 years ago in large part to address mass atrocities like those committed against the Rohingya.
Myanmar’s ‘Genocidal Acts’ Demand UN Action
A String of Fake Pearls? The Question of Chinese Port Access in the Indian Ocean
October 25, 2018
A String of Fake Pearls? The Question of Chinese Port Access in the Indian Ocean
Chinese control of ports in other states – even those Beijing “owns” – will always remain limited.
A String of Fake Pearls? The Question of Chinese Port Access in the Indian Ocean
Amid US-China Tension, Beijing’s Propaganda Machine Kicks Into Overdrive
October 24, 2018
Amid US-China Tension, Beijing’s Propaganda Machine Kicks Into Overdrive
The regime’s recent media interventions may have unintended consequences.
Amid US-China Tension, Beijing’s Propaganda Machine Kicks Into Overdrive
How Can Asia Unleash the Potential of Youth?
October 24, 2018
How Can Asia Unleash the Potential of Youth?
Asian countries like Cambodia need young people's help to create a sustainable future.
How Can Asia Unleash the Potential of Youth?
Taiwan Is Retaking the Initiative With Its New Southbound Policy
October 23, 2018
Taiwan Is Retaking the Initiative With Its New Southbound Policy
Forget Beijing: Taiwan is rolling out its “warm power” to win friends across Southeast and South Asia.
Taiwan Is Retaking the Initiative With Its New Southbound Policy
Why Continued Indian Engagement With Iran Is in America’s Interest
October 23, 2018
Why Continued Indian Engagement With Iran Is in America’s Interest
U.S. criticism of India's close relationship with Iran is shortsighted.
Why Continued Indian Engagement With Iran Is in America’s Interest
US 'Left of Launch' Cyber Efforts Might Increase Korean Peninsula Nuclear Dangers
October 22, 2018
US 'Left of Launch' Cyber Efforts Might Increase Korean Peninsula Nuclear Dangers
U.S. offensive cyber capabilities might prove destabilizing with North Korea.
US 'Left of Launch' Cyber Efforts Might Increase Korean Peninsula Nuclear Dangers
India's #MeToo Movement Underlines Why Survivors Must Be Believed
October 20, 2018
India's #MeToo Movement Underlines Why Survivors Must Be Believed
There are more reasons to believe survivors than there are to dismiss claims of sexual harassment and assaults
India's #MeToo Movement Underlines Why Survivors Must Be Believed
How China Can Help Save Papua New Guinea’s Forests
October 18, 2018
How China Can Help Save Papua New Guinea’s Forests
An MP calls for China to stop importing illegal timber from Papua New Guinea.
How China Can Help Save Papua New Guinea’s Forests
Can Asia (and the UN) Hold Corporations Accountable?
October 17, 2018
Can Asia (and the UN) Hold Corporations Accountable?
Corporations across Asia are often implicated in human rights abuses. It’s time to hold them to account.
Can Asia (and the UN) Hold Corporations Accountable?
Will the West’s Imperialist Past Be China’s Future?
October 17, 2018
Will the West’s Imperialist Past Be China’s Future?
It's unfair to evaluate China's past -- and it's future -- through a lens dominated by European thinking.
Will the West’s Imperialist Past Be China’s Future?
China’s Cultural Genocide and the Conscience of Nations
October 16, 2018
China’s Cultural Genocide and the Conscience of Nations
As China does its worst, the world must uphold the best.
China’s Cultural Genocide and the Conscience of Nations
China's Diplomacy Has a Monster in its Closet
October 13, 2018
China's Diplomacy Has a Monster in its Closet
Ultra-nationalism is damaging China’s credibility as its ambassadors indulge in curious, chauvinistic and all-too-official tirades.
China's Diplomacy Has a Monster in its Closet
Indonesia’s Deadly Disaster Sparks Political Blame Game
October 12, 2018
Indonesia’s Deadly Disaster Sparks Political Blame Game
The earthquake and tsunami that hit Central Sulawesi and the government’s response has raised concerns about some of the decisions being made.
Indonesia’s Deadly Disaster Sparks Political Blame Game
India’s Data Localization Quandary: Three Guiding Principles
October 12, 2018
India’s Data Localization Quandary: Three Guiding Principles
India's government hasn't seriously considered the negative implications of its data localization push.
India’s Data Localization Quandary: Three Guiding Principles
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