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A New Pakistan Government, a New Way to Persecute Ahmadis
September 08, 2018
A New Pakistan Government, a New Way to Persecute Ahmadis
The PTI government picked Atif Mian as an economic adviser -- then dropped him once his faith became an issue.
A New Pakistan Government, a New Way to Persecute Ahmadis
Indigenous Groups Descend on Manila Court to Protest Terror-List
September 05, 2018
Indigenous Groups Descend on Manila Court to Protest Terror-List
The groups gathered to press for the dismissal of a proscription list that labels indigenous leaders as “terrorist.”
Indigenous Groups Descend on Manila Court to Protest Terror-List
Will the Historic US-India 2+2 Meeting Add Up?
September 05, 2018
Will the Historic US-India 2+2 Meeting Add Up?
The United States will need to supplement the 2+2 with a forward-leaning and consistent U.S.-India economic initiative.
Will the Historic US-India 2+2 Meeting Add Up?
American Hindus or Hindutva?
September 04, 2018
American Hindus or Hindutva?
Allegations of sympathies, even financial support, by Hindu Americans to political forces in India must be called out as anti-Hindu.
American Hindus or Hindutva?
The Right Ways to Take US-India Energy Cooperation to the Next Level
September 03, 2018
The Right Ways to Take US-India Energy Cooperation to the Next Level
A renewed focus on energy can be leveraged to build strategic partnerships for both countries in the Indo-Pacific region.
The Right Ways to Take US-India Energy Cooperation to the Next Level
How Sri Lanka Can Enhance the Bay of Bengal Initiative
August 31, 2018
How Sri Lanka Can Enhance the Bay of Bengal Initiative
Sri Lanka has diverse and untapped opportunities to transform BIMSTEC into a more impactful organization.
How Sri Lanka Can Enhance the Bay of Bengal Initiative
How Enforced Disappearances Get Suppressed in Bangladeshi Media
August 30, 2018
How Enforced Disappearances Get Suppressed in Bangladeshi Media
Enforced disappearances have become an accepted reality, and the media appear nonchalant about such cases.
How Enforced Disappearances Get Suppressed in Bangladeshi Media
Overcoming the EU-Indonesia Palm Oil Challenge
August 30, 2018
Overcoming the EU-Indonesia Palm Oil Challenge
While differences persist, there is enough room for both sides to carve out wider collaboration on sustainability issues.
Overcoming the EU-Indonesia Palm Oil Challenge
US-China Relations: From Cooperating Rivals to Competing Rivals
August 30, 2018
US-China Relations: From Cooperating Rivals to Competing Rivals
China and the United States' relationship as “cooperating rivals” lasted for four decades. Now it's changed.
US-China Relations: From Cooperating Rivals to Competing Rivals
Myanmar Remains Disingenuous When It Comes to Rohingya Repatriation
August 28, 2018
Myanmar Remains Disingenuous When It Comes to Rohingya Repatriation
In a recent speech, Aung San Suu Kyi tried to shift blame to Bangladesh for the delay in repatriation of Rohingya refugees.
Myanmar Remains Disingenuous When It Comes to Rohingya Repatriation
Trump's Space Force Misses the Mark on Chinese and Russian Space Threats
August 28, 2018
Trump's Space Force Misses the Mark on Chinese and Russian Space Threats
The United States should avoid launching an arms race in space.
Trump's Space Force Misses the Mark on Chinese and Russian Space Threats
Trump’s Disastrous Plan to Increase Contracting in Afghanistan
August 25, 2018
Trump’s Disastrous Plan to Increase Contracting in Afghanistan
Such a move would be militarily unsound, financially unproven, and disastrous for human rights.
Trump’s Disastrous Plan to Increase Contracting in Afghanistan
Foreign Companies Should Give up Their China Fantasy
August 24, 2018
Foreign Companies Should Give up Their China Fantasy
China is now attempting to force foreign companies to accept its own ideology.
Foreign Companies Should Give up Their China Fantasy
Bhutan’s Unique Success in Reducing Poverty
August 24, 2018
Bhutan’s Unique Success in Reducing Poverty
“If the government cannot create happiness for its people, there is no purpose for the government to exist.”
Bhutan’s Unique Success in Reducing Poverty
The Repression of Uyghurs Is Now an All-Out War Against a People
August 24, 2018
The Repression of Uyghurs Is Now an All-Out War Against a People
Uyghurs fear that Beijing wants nothing less than for them to disappear as a people.
The Repression of Uyghurs Is Now an All-Out War Against a People
Korea's Heatwave Is an Opportunity for Samsung to Act
August 23, 2018
Korea's Heatwave Is an Opportunity for Samsung to Act
Now is the tech giant’s chance to truly “Do Bigger Things” for climate change.
Korea's Heatwave Is an Opportunity for Samsung to Act
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