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Do EU Sanctions on Cambodia Still Matter?
July 03, 2020

Do EU Sanctions on Cambodia Still Matter?

By David Hutt
The sanctions are too little, too late to have the desired impact -- especially amid a pandemic.

Central and Eastern Europe Is Not in Bed With China
July 03, 2020

Central and Eastern Europe Is Not in Bed With China

By Andreea Brînză
Western analysts often parrot Chinese talking points about the strength of China’s presence in the region. The truth is far less rosy for Beijing.
US, Russia Share a Complex and Bloody History in Afghanistan
July 03, 2020

US, Russia Share a Complex and Bloody History in Afghanistan

By Associated Press
The two powers share decades of experience in the country.

Why South Korea Should Be Key to a Revised US Indo-Pacific Approach
July 02, 2020

Why South Korea Should Be Key to a Revised US Indo-Pacific Approach

By Kyle Ferrier
COVID-19 highlights the need to address nontraditional security issues in the region – something South Korea has great expertise in.

Indo-Pacific in Focus as Australia Substantially Lifts Military Spending
July 02, 2020

Indo-Pacific in Focus as Australia Substantially Lifts Military Spending

By Luke Hunt
Chinese bullying crystalizes opposition, divides ASEAN.

India’s Chinese App Ban Is Just the Beginning
July 01, 2020

India’s Chinese App Ban Is Just the Beginning

By Pallavi Shahi
Across India, public pressure is growing to boycott and ban all things Chinese, from food to technology.

Trump’s 2 Russias Confound Coherent US Policy
July 01, 2020

Trump’s 2 Russias Confound Coherent US Policy

By Associated Press
Russia is at once a mortal enemy and a misunderstood friend in U.S. eyes.
Watch China’s Unconventional Levers of Power in World Affairs
June 30, 2020

Watch China’s Unconventional Levers of Power in World Affairs

By Robert Sutter
Unconventional – and often overlooked – practices form a key part of China’s international influence.

ASEAN Takes Position vs China’s Vast Historical Sea Claims
June 29, 2020

ASEAN Takes Position vs China’s Vast Historical Sea Claims

By Associated Press
The recent statement marks a significant strengthening of the regional bloc's assertion of the rule of law in the disputed region.

What Can India Offer Africa?
June 27, 2020

What Can India Offer Africa?

By Christian Kurzydlowski
Amid a growing rivalry with China, how can India set its African engagement strategy apart?

Why Taiwan Matters for the Czech Republic
June 27, 2020

Why Taiwan Matters for the Czech Republic

By Filip Šebok
Taiwan has transformed itself into the “anti-China” in the Czech domestic debate.
Taiwan President Asserts Sovereignty Over Disputed Islands Claimed by Japan and China
June 26, 2020

Taiwan President Asserts Sovereignty Over Disputed Islands Claimed by Japan and China

By Nick Aspinwall
Tsai Ing-wen reiterated Taiwan’s claim over the Diaoyutai/Senkakus after opposition politicians pushed her to respond to a Japanese move to change their administrative name.

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