March 04, 2021
Myanmar Coup and the Aftermath
By The Diplomat
Tin Tin Nyo, Gerard McCarthy, and Yun Sun discuss the coup in Myanmar and where the country is headed.
February 09, 2021
African Perspectives on China
Abdul-Gafar Tobi Oshodi, Hannah Ryder, and Bob Wekesa discuss the many variations of African views on China, from pessimism to optimism and everything in between.
January 13, 2021
Sky High: How the Asia-Pacific Sees Space
David Burbach, Namrata Goswami, and Rajeswari Pillai Rajagopalan discuss the future of space competition and cooperation in Asia.
December 30, 2020
Reviewing 2020 in the Asia-Pacific
The Diplomat's Shannon Tiezzi, Catherine Putz, Abhijnan Rej, and Sebastian Strangio look back at an eventful year.
December 09, 2020
The Biden Administration: Asia Reacts
Yuki Tatsumi, Dino Patti Djalal, and Suhasini Haidar weigh in on the hopes and fears East, Southeast, and South Asian countries have for the Biden administration.
September 10, 2020
Aceh Offers Sanctuary to Rohingya After Grueling Sea Voyage
By Sebastian Strangio
The gesture of humanity casts into stark relief the challenges facing a resolution to the humanitarian emergency in Rakhine State.
August 27, 2020
Pakistan’s Hazaras in the COVID Era
By Jaffer A. Mirza
The already-marginalized ethnic community was blamed for the initial spread of the virus in Pakistan. How have they coped with the pandemic since then?
August 19, 2020
Why India Lags Behind in Athletics
Medal winning decathlete Ali Ansari has to work as a laborer just to afford to keep up his Olympic dream.
May 19, 2020
Distance Learning During the COVID-19 Lockdown in India
By Vishal Arora
An Indian tutor teaches from her balcony with kids sitting a floor below
April 30, 2020
Silent Victims of Sexual Abuse in Sri Lanka’s Trade Zones
By Vishal Arora
The majority of the workforce in the zones comprises of women, who continually face sexual harassment in their workplaces.
April 12, 2020
‘You Can See China From Here’: The Evolution of a Border
By Bill Callahan
Even the tightest border -- that of Maoist China -- can loosen over time, and eventually become a site of bustling exchange.
February 14, 2020
Tribal Compensation in Papua New Guinea
By Miguel Cano
A festive but tense ceremony marks the end of a years-long conflict resolution process in Mongol, PNG.