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China Detains 2 Canadians for Allegedly Endangering National Security
December 14, 2018

China Detains 2 Canadians for Allegedly Endangering National Security

By Charlotte Gao
In addition to a former Canadian diplomat, the second detained Canadian is an entrepreneur who has been doing business related to North Korea.

Amid Row Over Huawei Case, China Detains a Former Canadian Diplomat
December 13, 2018

Amid Row Over Huawei Case, China Detains a Former Canadian Diplomat

By Charlotte Gao
Questions related to the incident dominated the Chinese Foreign Ministry’s Wednesday press briefing.
China Stays Quiet on Detained Canadian as Huawei CFO Is Released on Bail
December 13, 2018

China Stays Quiet on Detained Canadian as Huawei CFO Is Released on Bail

By Ken Moritsugu and Christopher Bodeen
China's foreign ministry denies knowledge of former diplomat Michael Kovrig's detention.

Understanding Islamic Radicalization in Central Asia (UPDATED)
January 20, 2017

Understanding Islamic Radicalization in Central Asia (UPDATED)

An open letter from Central Asia scholars to the International Crisis Group, along with Crisis Group's response.

Report Warns of Instability in Tajikistan
January 12, 2016

Report Warns of Instability in Tajikistan

By Catherine Putz
A new Crisis Group report points to opposition crackdowns as indicative of an unstable state.

Kyrgyz Increasingly Disillusioned with Political and Economic Stall
October 02, 2015

Kyrgyz Increasingly Disillusioned with Political and Economic Stall

By Casey Michel
A new International Crisis Group report says Kyrgyzstan is on an uncertain trajectory.

Are Pro-Government Militias Helpful in Defeating the Taliban?
June 05, 2015

Are Pro-Government Militias Helpful in Defeating the Taliban?

By Franz-Stefan Gady
According to a new report by the International Crisis Group, the answer is an unequivocal no.
Changing Realities in Kazakhstan
May 22, 2015

Changing Realities in Kazakhstan

By Casey Michel
A recent report makes clear just how much the situation surrounding Kazakhstan has changed.

Is There a 'Kazakhstan' Without Nazarbayev?
May 14, 2015

Is There a 'Kazakhstan' Without Nazarbayev?

By Catherine Putz
International Crisis Group warns that Kazakhstan may be ripe for external meddling if it doesn't figure out succession.

Myanmar’s Census Controversy
February 26, 2014

Myanmar’s Census Controversy

By Mong Palatino
The inclusion of ethic and tribal identification questions could lead to discrimination and violence.

Indonesia: The Downside of Decentralization
September 05, 2012

Indonesia: The Downside of Decentralization

As a new ICG report documents, devolution can heighten corruption. Overall, it was a net gain for Indonesia.

Tajikistan’s Security Curse
July 05, 2011

Tajikistan’s Security Curse

A mix of geography and territorial uncertainty leaves Tajikistan facing a unique blend of militant violence.

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