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UK Foreign Secretary’s Visit to Central Asia and Mongolia: An Urgent To-Do List    

UK Foreign Secretary’s Visit to Central Asia and Mongolia: An Urgent To-Do List    

By Sophia Nina Burna-Asefi
David Cameron is on a six-nation tour of Central Asia, underscoring the U.K.'s reinvigorated engagement with the region. 

As Blinken Heads to China, What’s on the Agenda?

As Blinken Heads to China, What’s on the Agenda?

By Matthew Lee
China’s support for Russia will be a primary topic, along with war in the Middle East and tensions over Taiwan and the South China Sea.
Turkmenistan’s Afghanistan Policy: Balancing Risks and Untapped Opportunities

Turkmenistan’s Afghanistan Policy: Balancing Risks and Untapped Opportunities

By Eldaniz Gusseinov
Ashgabat has a delicate balance to maintain between hewing to its traditional neutrality and mitigating potential threats from Afghanistan. 

Iran and Pakistan Vow to Boost Trade to Mend Diplomatic Rift

Iran and Pakistan Vow to Boost Trade to Mend Diplomatic Rift

By Munir Ahmed
The two sides discussed a multi-billion gas pipeline project, on hold since 2014, during Iranian President Raisi’s visit to Islamabad.

Era of Wars Could Complicate Modi’s Moment

Era of Wars Could Complicate Modi’s Moment

By Mohamed Zeeshan
Unlike on Ukraine, in the Israel-Gaza conflict, India has been rendered an outlier in the developing world, where most countries are in solidarity with Palestine.

Japan and North Korea Need to Start a New Chapter

Japan and North Korea Need to Start a New Chapter

By ISOZAKI Atsuhito
Can the leaders of the two countries part ways with their respective predecessors?

Labor Diplomacy to Bolster Ties Between India and Israel 

Labor Diplomacy to Bolster Ties Between India and Israel 

By Muhsin Puthan Purayil and Nanda Kishore
Both governments recognize that an influx of Indian migrant workers could finally forge a strong people-to-people aspect in India-Israel relations.
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.

ASEAN Calls Again for End to Myanmar Violence As Conflicts Flare

ASEAN Calls Again for End to Myanmar Violence As Conflicts Flare

By Sebastian Strangio
Foreign ministers from the Southeast Asian bloc have spoken out following the fall of Myawaddy on the Thai border.

The Trouble With Micronesia’s New China Policy

The Trouble With Micronesia’s New China Policy

By Richard Clark
What does it mean for the FSM to tell China it opposes AUKUS and supports the Global Security Initiative?

Parsing China’s Panda Diplomacy

Parsing China’s Panda Diplomacy

By Jeremiah May
Beijing seems less inclined to loan the famous bears to countries that criticize its behavior. So why did Xi Jinping decide to give pandas back to the U.S.?
Japan’s ‘Grave Concern’ Over New Hong Kong Legislation

Japan’s ‘Grave Concern’ Over New Hong Kong Legislation

By KAWASHIMA Shin
Tokyo is worried about the Safeguarding National Security Bill.

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