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What Can Asia Expect From Suga’s Japan?
September 16, 2020

What Can Asia Expect From Suga’s Japan?

By Ankit Panda
Abe's successor will represent continuity, but faces a challenging set of internal issues.

Kazakhstan’s Robin Hood: The Geopolitics of Sci-Hub
September 14, 2020

Kazakhstan’s Robin Hood: The Geopolitics of Sci-Hub

By Corissa Steiner
Sci-Hub, using legally dubious methods, makes academic research free to researchers worldwide. It is a win for Western academia.
Space Security and Geopolitical Competition in the Asia-Pacific
September 03, 2020

Space Security and Geopolitical Competition in the Asia-Pacific

By Ankit Panda
Between the proliferation of counterspace capabilities and intensifying geopolitical competition, space is a critical domain for Asian powers.

India’s Economic Growth Is Central to a Successful Free and Open Indo-Pacific
July 15, 2020

India’s Economic Growth Is Central to a Successful Free and Open Indo-Pacific

By Max Frost and Michael Sauer
Indian growth is key to countering Chinese aggression.

Amid the Pandemic, Australia and Japan Continue Their Strategic Convergence
July 14, 2020

Amid the Pandemic, Australia and Japan Continue Their Strategic Convergence

By Ankit Panda
A virtual leaders’ meeting didn’t make the top of global headlines, but it underscored the continued convergence between Tokyo and Canberra.

Multilateralism With Chinese Characteristics: Bringing in the Hub-and-Spoke
July 10, 2020

Multilateralism With Chinese Characteristics: Bringing in the Hub-and-Spoke

By Deep Pal and Suchet Vir Singh
Beyond capturing border territories and changing narratives, China wants to reshape global governance. New Delhi and the world must realize this.

Why India and the United States Must Come Together
June 25, 2020

Why India and the United States Must Come Together

By Rupakjyoti Borah
India’s best bet in managing China is closer ties with the United States.
Survey: China Gaining Influence Over US in Southeast Asia, With Likely Long-term Consequences
June 16, 2020

Survey: China Gaining Influence Over US in Southeast Asia, With Likely Long-term Consequences

By Ankit Panda
A new survey of strategic elites in Southeast Asia finds perceptions of growing Chinese might surging—with no strong consensus on whether Beijing is a benign or malignant force for the region.

Coronavirus, Geopolitics, and Nepal Between Great Powers
March 23, 2020

Coronavirus, Geopolitics, and Nepal Between Great Powers

By StoriesAsia
The United States risks falling behind China as Nepal weighs its options in dealing with the pandemic.

Shock Saudi Move Causes Historic One-Day Plunge in Price of Crude Oil: What Next?
March 09, 2020

Shock Saudi Move Causes Historic One-Day Plunge in Price of Crude Oil: What Next?

By Ankit Panda
Early on Monday, Brent crude fell by more than 20 percent, dropping to levels unseen since 2015-2016.

The Dangers of Westlessness
March 08, 2020

The Dangers of Westlessness

By Joseph S. Nye, Jr.
Are the origins of "Westlessness" to be found closer to home?
How India Will Cope With Gotabaya Rajapaksa’s Sri Lanka
November 27, 2019

How India Will Cope With Gotabaya Rajapaksa’s Sri Lanka

By Abhijnan Rej
New Delhi let the election run its course in Sri Lanka.

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