The Antarctic Treaty System: A Useful but Imperfect ‘Guardrail’ for China-US Relations
By Nengye Liu
Unlike the USSR, China, as a latecomer, has no vested interest in the existing rules of the ATS.
Pakistani Official Describes Nijjar Killing as ‘India’s Jamal Khashoggi Moment’
By Umair Jamal
In the past, Pakistan has accused India of eliminating people who threatened its control over Kashmir, but was rarely taken seriously by the international community.
Evolving Narratives in German Foreign Policy Toward Central Asia
By Rustam Kayumov
Germany’s key role is in helping Central Asia reduce its reliance on Russian and Chinese investments and, more significantly, trade.
South Korea’s Deepening Ties With Pacific Island States
By Troy Stangarone
In contrast to prior administrations, the Yoon administration has worked to integrate the region into its broader foreign policy strategy at the bilateral, trilateral, and regional level.
What the Canada-India Rift Means for Australia
By Grant Wyeth
The present state of India-Canada relations is something that Canberra is keen to avoid.
After the G20, Can India Make Progress on UN Security Council Reform?
By Rajeev Agarwal
It's the holy grail of Indian diplomacy, and the prospects look brighter than ever before.
High-Tech Supply Chains and the US-Vietnam Upgrade
By Mercy A. Kuo
Insights from Alexander Vuving.
India Comes to the UN With a Diplomatic Mess on Its Hands
By Krutika Pathi
Western and Indian officials will use the sidelines of the UNGA meeting to limit the fallout of Canada’s assassination allegations against New Delhi.
US Congress’ Role in Countering the China Challenge
By Robert Sutter
Both the Biden administration and Congress deserve credit for handling this initial stage of acute rivalry with China.
What to Expect From the 2nd US-Pacific Islands Summit
By Patricia O’Brien
The upcoming summit represents the crowning event of Washington’s explosive re-engagement with the Pacific Islands.
What Do Central Asia’s Activists Think of the New US Relationship With Their Region?
By Matthew Schaaf
Washington’s current approach sidesteps human rights concerns. Central Asia’s rights defenders and civic activists have suggestions to fix that.
Why Was the US Ambassador’s Visit to Gwadar Important?
By Mariyam Suleman Anees
After staying away from Balochistan for over 15 years, the United States is showing increasing interest in the strategic, China-funded and operated port of Gwadar.