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The Case for Boycotting Beijing 2022
August 08, 2019
The Case for Boycotting Beijing 2022
The mass internment of Uyghurs in Xinjiang merits a boycott of the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics.
The Case for Boycotting Beijing 2022
Remembering Sushma Swaraj: An Indian Woman Leader for the Ages
August 08, 2019
Remembering Sushma Swaraj: An Indian Woman Leader for the Ages
India’s most recent foreign minister will be remembered fondly.
Remembering Sushma Swaraj: An Indian Woman Leader for the Ages
How Should Canada Approach Its China Problem?
August 07, 2019
How Should Canada Approach Its China Problem?
The Meng Wanzhou affair is a wake-up call: Canada needs to get serious about the China challenge.
How Should Canada Approach Its China Problem?
Nuon Chea: Remembering the Legacy of the Khmer Rouge’s Chief Ideologue
August 06, 2019
Nuon Chea: Remembering the Legacy of the Khmer Rouge’s Chief Ideologue
The death of one of the genocidal regime’s remaining leaders has once again highlighted a dark chapter in Cambodia’s past.
Nuon Chea: Remembering the Legacy of the Khmer Rouge’s Chief Ideologue
Kim Jong Un Turns Up the Pressure on the United States
August 05, 2019
Kim Jong Un Turns Up the Pressure on the United States
Kim Jong-un’s strategy suggests United States has a choice: change stance, or talks will go nowhere.
Kim Jong Un Turns Up the Pressure on the United States
How Beijing and Others Weaponized Interpol and the Magnitsky Act
August 02, 2019
How Beijing and Others Weaponized Interpol and the Magnitsky Act
How can institutions like Interpol cope with manipulation by authoritarian regimes?
How Beijing and Others Weaponized Interpol and the Magnitsky Act
What’s Next for the South China Sea?
August 01, 2019
What’s Next for the South China Sea?
Destabilizing headwinds risk overturning the general trend toward peace and stability in the South China Sea.
What’s Next for the South China Sea?
Is the Greater Bay Area China’s Future?
July 31, 2019
Is the Greater Bay Area China’s Future?
It’s possible, but both opportunities and challenges remain in coming years
Is the Greater Bay Area China’s Future?
Cambodia and the Khmer Rouge: Between Justice and Memory
July 30, 2019
Cambodia and the Khmer Rouge: Between Justice and Memory
While justice remains elusive, efforts to document what occurred during the period offer more encouragement.  
Cambodia and the Khmer Rouge: Between Justice and Memory
The Dark Year Since Cambodia’s 2018 Election
July 29, 2019
The Dark Year Since Cambodia’s 2018 Election
The year since the controversial poll brought growing repression at home and further isolation abroad.
The Dark Year Since Cambodia’s 2018 Election
China’s Disregard for Vietnamese Sovereignty Leaves the Region Worse Off
July 28, 2019
China’s Disregard for Vietnamese Sovereignty Leaves the Region Worse Off
China shows it prefers a region where “might makes right.”
China’s Disregard for Vietnamese Sovereignty Leaves the Region Worse Off
China Has Quietly Carved out a Foothold in North Africa
July 26, 2019
China Has Quietly Carved out a Foothold in North Africa
Why the West must respond to growing China-North Africa ties.
China Has Quietly Carved out a Foothold in North Africa
Why the Hong Kong Protests Don’t Guarantee a Tsai Victory in Taiwan
July 25, 2019
Why the Hong Kong Protests Don’t Guarantee a Tsai Victory in Taiwan
The challenges facing Tsai remain the same, with or without the Hong Kong protests.
Why the Hong Kong Protests Don’t Guarantee a Tsai Victory in Taiwan
Don’t Mess With Taiwan
July 24, 2019
Don’t Mess With Taiwan
The U.S. commitment to Taiwan will never be up for discussion with China, warns House Representative Michael McCaul.
Don’t Mess With Taiwan
The US-China Trade War Could Spell Election Defeat for Canada’s Trudeau
July 23, 2019
The US-China Trade War Could Spell Election Defeat for Canada’s Trudeau
The Canadian prime minister might become the most high-profile casualty of U.S.-China frictions.
The US-China Trade War Could Spell Election Defeat for Canada’s Trudeau
America’s Obsession With Chinese Spying Is Hurting Innocent People
July 19, 2019
America’s Obsession With Chinese Spying Is Hurting Innocent People
Has the U.S. government decided that Chinese Americans can never truly be Americans?
America’s Obsession With Chinese Spying Is Hurting Innocent People
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