President Marcos’ Likely Foreign Policy Towards the Gulf States
By Asma Alkaabi and Alvin Camba
China’s Vaccine Diplomacy in the Middle East
By Austin Bodetti
Refugee Soccer Player Held in Thailand Allowed to Return Home to Australia
By Kaweewit Kaewjinda
Australian Prime Minister Asks Thailand to Free Detained Football Player
By Kaweewit Kaewjinda and Tassanee Vejpongsa
South Korea Is Arming Authoritarians with Tear Gas
By Tae-jun Kang
Pakistan and the Sunni Gulf
By Umar Farooq
South Korea’s Tear Gas
By John Power and Philip Iglauer
Shanghai Grand Prix Runs Smooth
Nico Rosberg wins a low incident Shanghai Grand Prix. Now it’s on to the controversial Bahrain race.
Bahrain Grand Prix Debate Flares
A poll in Formula One magazine poll reflects general concern about holding a Grand Prix in Bahrain this month.
When Football Meets Politics
It would be nice if football was separate from politics. In Asia as in elsewhere, though, that’s not the case.
Bahrain's Protesting Footballers
The Arab Spring may be the biggest political issue facing Bahrain. But it has had implications for football, too.
Iran’s Empty Threats
Iran’s military could probably make life uncomfortable for the U.S. in the Strait of Hormuz. But the downsides far outweigh the advantages of trying.