Anti-American Propaganda in Vietnam
By Christelle Nguyen
Despite growing cooperation with Washington, an anti-U.S. streak runs deep among communist leaders and the general public alike.
Why Are Indonesian Netizens Expressing Support for Russia’s Invasion of Ukraine?
By Sebastian Strangio
The extent of the phenomenon is unclear, but it points to an abiding skepticism of Western policies and intentions.
Slow Anti-Americanism in Central Asia
By Catherine Putz
“U.S. power can inadvertently shift politics even in regions like Central Asia where the United States is remote.”
‘The War to Resist America’: How China Remembers the Korean War
By Joe Renouard and Woyu Liu
It may be “the forgotten war” in the U.S., but the Korean War is far from forgotten in China.
The Dangerous Reprise of Chinese Korean War Propaganda
By Andrew Kuech
Why are symbols from the “Resist America, Aid Korea” campaign making a comeback nearly 70 years later?
5-18 and the Forgotten Lesson on Anti-Americanism in South Korea
By Benjamin A. Engel
May 18, 1980 crystallized anti-US sentiments in Korea. Now Trump is laying the foundation for another anti-American backlash.
Why North Korea's Brinkmanship Will Never Stop
By Dmitriy Nurullayev
Playing up the idea of conflict with the United States is a key survival tactic for the Kim regime.
Philippine Foreign Policy Under Rodrigo Duterte: Geopolitical Tectonic Shifts?
By Ankit Panda and Prashanth Parameswaran
The Diplomat‘s Ankit Panda and Prashanth Parameswaran discuss Philippine foreign policy under Rodrigo Duterte.