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Where Are the Afghan Air Force’s Aircraft Now?
May 03, 2022

Where Are the Afghan Air Force’s Aircraft Now?

By Catherine Putz
As 11 more Mi-17 helicopters originally intended for Afghanistan head to Ukraine, eyes turn to the Afghan Air Force planes left in Central Asia.

Don’t Single Ukraine Out For Selling Military Hardware to Pakistan
April 21, 2022

Don’t Single Ukraine Out For Selling Military Hardware to Pakistan

By Krzysztof Iwanek
Just as it is in India’s national interest to keep good relations with both Russia and West, it was in Ukraine’s to sell arms to both India and Pakistan.
Kyrgyz Authorities Try to Head off Protests With Restrictions
March 31, 2022

Kyrgyz Authorities Try to Head off Protests With Restrictions

By Colleen Wood
Kyrgyzstani authorities are restricting protests about Russia’s war in Ukraine, but some public servants are speaking out.

The Great Debate Over India’s Neutrality in the Ukraine War
March 29, 2022

The Great Debate Over India’s Neutrality in the Ukraine War

By Krzysztof Iwanek
Commentators are split into critics, who stress both interests and values, and defenders, who focus only on interests.

As the War Continues, Ukraine Is on Kazakhstan’s Mind
March 17, 2022

As the War Continues, Ukraine Is on Kazakhstan’s Mind

By Paolo Sorbello
Ukrainian flags dotted many recent rallies in Almaty -- about issues as varied as pollution and International Women’s Day -- as people in Kazakhstan call for peace.

Kyrgyzstan Bans Rallies Near Russian Embassy
March 14, 2022

Kyrgyzstan Bans Rallies Near Russian Embassy

By Catherine Putz
As Bishkek tries to maintain a balanced approach to the Ukraine crisis, demonstrations have been banned from key protest hotspots in the capital.

Telling Ukraine’s Story to Japan
March 11, 2022

Telling Ukraine’s Story to Japan

By Jon Letman
As Ukraine is burned and bombed, one family builds a bridge from Kyiv to Japan.
Rally in Support of Ukraine Illustrates Kazakhstan’s Awkward Position
March 07, 2022

Rally in Support of Ukraine Illustrates Kazakhstan’s Awkward Position

By Catherine Putz
The allowing of a rally in support of Ukraine contrasts sharply with the lack of permission granted last month for a rally to commemorate the victims of the January unrest in Kazakhstan.

Uyghurs Stand With Ukrainians 
March 07, 2022

Uyghurs Stand With Ukrainians 

By Omer Kanat
All of us who have our liberty must do better in ending the nightmares of people under assault, wherever they are.

Kazakh-Russian Relations in the Context of the War in Ukraine
March 07, 2022

Kazakh-Russian Relations in the Context of the War in Ukraine

By Aliya Askar
Does Kazakhstan owe Russia a “debt” for Moscow’s help in January? And what should we make of Kazakhstan’s neutral position on the unfolding conflict in Ukraine?

What Russia’s Invasion of Ukraine Means for the Pacific
March 04, 2022

What Russia’s Invasion of Ukraine Means for the Pacific

By Joshua Mcdonald
Simply put, the future is Asian, and Europe would be wise to ensure it protects Asian democracies from the threatening autocracy in their neighborhood: China.
The West Shouldn’t Push India to Condemn Russia
March 02, 2022

The West Shouldn’t Push India to Condemn Russia

By Krzysztof Iwanek
Instead of lecturing India, the West should take India’s interests seriously and make better offers to New Delhi than Moscow does.

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