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Next Philippine Election Looms as an Institutional Stress Test
November 12, 2020

Next Philippine Election Looms as an Institutional Stress Test

By David Hutt
Joe Biden's defeat of Donald Trump has shown the resilience of U.S. political institutions. Will the same be true of the Philippines?

In Competing With China, the US Should Realize the Virtues of the Rules-Based Order Speak for Themselves
February 25, 2018

In Competing With China, the US Should Realize the Virtues of the Rules-Based Order Speak for Themselves

By Theresa Lou
How can the United States lead without categorically opposing China’s international role and leadership?
China's Rise and the Future of Liberal International Order: Asking the Right Questions
February 23, 2018

China's Rise and the Future of Liberal International Order: Asking the Right Questions

By Robert Farley
As China rises, what sort of challenge will it pose to the U.S.-led status quo?

Trump, Putin, Xi, and the Return of Kingship
January 19, 2017

Trump, Putin, Xi, and the Return of Kingship

By Akhilesh Pillalamarri
A global surge in populist and strongman leadership may herald the return of a more "natural" state of politics.

Asia: Whom Do You Trust?
April 11, 2015

Asia: Whom Do You Trust?

By Anthony Fensom
Trust in institutions appears to be linked to the stage of economic development.

Could East Asia's Weak Institutions Be a Blessing in Disguise?
February 07, 2015

Could East Asia's Weak Institutions Be a Blessing in Disguise?

By Robert Farley
East Asia's multilateral institutions -- from ASEAN to APEC -- are generally weak. This might be a good thing.

3 Lessons for Asian Development from Francis Fukuyama
October 15, 2014

3 Lessons for Asian Development from Francis Fukuyama

By Akhilesh Pillalamarri
Francis Fukuyama's latest book has some important lessons on Asia's political development.
Why Are South Asian States So Weak?
July 22, 2014

Why Are South Asian States So Weak?

By Akhilesh Pillalamarri
Can South Asia’s states overcome the legacy of their histories?

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