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Indonesia’s Prabowo Meets With US Secretary of State Over Gaza

Indonesia’s Prabowo Meets With US Secretary of State Over Gaza

By Sebastian Strangio
Incoming leader Prabowo Subianto seems set to play a more active international role than the current president.

As International Justice Fails, Solidarity Must Prevail

As International Justice Fails, Solidarity Must Prevail

By Dustin Barter and Leen Fouad
From Gaza to Myanmar, the current constellations of geopolitics pose one of the most significant barriers to justice.
New Delhi’s Quiet Student Solidarity With Palestine

New Delhi’s Quiet Student Solidarity With Palestine

By Sidra Fatima and Roopashi Semalty
Full-fledged protests in India’s capital were quickly muffled, so students have resorted to quieter means of dissent.

Malaysian PM Anwar Ibrahim Meets Hamas Delegation in Qatar

Malaysian PM Anwar Ibrahim Meets Hamas Delegation in Qatar

By Sebastian Strangio
The meeting came just days after a U.S. Treasury delegation visited Malaysia to express its concerns that the Palestinian group was raising funds in the country.

Malaysia Will Not Recognize Unilateral Sanctions on Iran, Official Says

Malaysia Will Not Recognize Unilateral Sanctions on Iran, Official Says

By Sebastian Strangio
The U.S. Treasury Department has expressed its concerns over Iran using Malaysian entities to finance allied militant groups, including Hamas.

What’s Driving Taiwan’s Mass Protests?
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What’s Driving Taiwan’s Mass Protests?

Welcome to World War III

Welcome to World War III

By Michael Vatikiotis
The Western-led “rules-based order” is fraying, but nothing seems to be emerging that might replace it.

The Key Takeaways From Chinese FM Wang Yi’s Visit to Indonesia

The Key Takeaways From Chinese FM Wang Yi’s Visit to Indonesia

By Muhammad Zulfikar Rakhmat and Yeta Purnama
Wang's visit is another sign that Beijing wants to get off on the right foot with the incoming Indonesian administration.
Some Southeast Asians Are Turning Against America Over Gaza. It Likely Won’t Last.

Some Southeast Asians Are Turning Against America Over Gaza. It Likely Won’t Last.

By David Hutt
This is not the first time that regional opinion toward the U.S. has soured over events in the Middle East.

Is Singapore Unfriending Israel?

Is Singapore Unfriending Israel?

By Sribala Subramanian
The city-state recently denounced a Facebook post from the Israeli embassy as “unacceptable."

Malaysia, Indonesia Denounce Israeli Occupation During ICJ Proceedings

Malaysia, Indonesia Denounce Israeli Occupation During ICJ Proceedings

By Sebastian Strangio
The two nations' foreign ministers addressed the body during an advisory proceeding examining Israel's post-1967 occupation of Palestinian territories.

Anwar Ibrahim, Anti-Semite?

Anwar Ibrahim, Anti-Semite?

By David Hutt
The Malaysian leader has long expressed strong, and at times contradictory, views on the Israel-Palestine conflict.
Malaysia Bars Israeli Cargo Vessels From Its Ports Over Gaza Conflict

Malaysia Bars Israeli Cargo Vessels From Its Ports Over Gaza Conflict

By Sebastian Strangio
The ban singled out ZIM Integrated Shipping Services Ltd., Israel’s largest shipping company, which has been permitted to dock at Malaysia's ports since 2002.

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