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Explaining Australia’s Meek Response to China's Arbitrary Detention of 2 Canadians
January 03, 2019

Explaining Australia’s Meek Response to China's Arbitrary Detention of 2 Canadians

By Grant Wyeth
Australia has been slow to respond to these events, instead choosing to remain mostly aloof. Why?

In Handling Meng Wanzhou, US and Canada Must Stand for the Rule of Law
December 17, 2018

In Handling Meng Wanzhou, US and Canada Must Stand for the Rule of Law

By Ankit Panda
Why the U.S. needs to stand with Canada and set aside politics in the prosecution of Huawei’s CFO.
China's Successful Coercion of Vietnam in the South China Sea Deserves US Attention
April 17, 2018

China's Successful Coercion of Vietnam in the South China Sea Deserves US Attention

By Ankit Panda
Washington failed to back up its words with action after Beijing pressured Hanoi into abandoning a South China Sea oil drilling project.

Don’t Expect Democracy in Thailand Anytime Soon
February 08, 2018

Don’t Expect Democracy in Thailand Anytime Soon

By Pavin Chachavalpongpun
Repeated election delays are the product of a fierce power struggle that is still ongoing.

Beware the War Against ASEAN’s Atheists
August 19, 2017

Beware the War Against ASEAN’s Atheists

By David Hutt
A look at the ongoing persecution of a minority group that continues to be under assault in some parts of the region.

The Day After the Second Korean War
May 17, 2017

The Day After the Second Korean War

By John Reid
The greatest threat to U.S. victory in a Korean war scenario isn't the North Korean military. It's postwar insurgency.

Afghanistan's VP Accused of Torture and Sexual Abuse by Kidnapped Rival
December 15, 2016

Afghanistan's VP Accused of Torture and Sexual Abuse by Kidnapped Rival

By Catherine Putz
Ishchi's allegations are serious and shocking; Kabul says it plans to investigate.
Corruption: Can Afghanistan's Government Overcome Its National Shame?
May 14, 2016

Corruption: Can Afghanistan's Government Overcome Its National Shame?

By Najibullah Noorzai
Will the Afghanistan’s government be able to overcome in-fighting and truly tackle corruption?

Bangladesh's Democratic Backsliding: Time to Act Before It's Too Late
November 11, 2015

Bangladesh's Democratic Backsliding: Time to Act Before It's Too Late

By Lord Carlile of Berriew CBE QC
Time to stop the executions of political opponents and restore the rule of law.

What Justice? Afghan Court Overturns Death Sentences in Farkhunda Murder
July 09, 2015

What Justice? Afghan Court Overturns Death Sentences in Farkhunda Murder

By Catherine Putz
The U.S. spent over $1 billion since 2003 on rule of law programs in Afghanistan and has little to show for it.

A Bleak Outlook for Democracy in the Maldives
June 22, 2015

A Bleak Outlook for Democracy in the Maldives

By Ankit Panda
Months after Mohamed Nasheed's show trial, democracy and the rule of law show no signs of recovery in the Maldives.
What Does Rule of Law Look Like in Central Asia?
June 04, 2015

What Does Rule of Law Look Like in Central Asia?

By Catherine Putz
Heavy focus on order and security, perhaps more aptly called rule by law.

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