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Belarus’ Foreign Minister Will Visit North Korea for Possible Talks on Russia Cooperation

Belarus’ Foreign Minister Will Visit North Korea for Possible Talks on Russia Cooperation

By Hyung-jin Kim
Maxim Ryzhenkov’s meeting with North Korean officials will likely center on establishing trilateral North Korea-Belarus-Russia partnerships.

Assessing China-Malaysia Relations 

Assessing China-Malaysia Relations 

By Mercy A. Kuo
Insights from Chow-Bing Ngeow.
Shifting Models of Sovereignty in the Pacific

Shifting Models of Sovereignty in the Pacific

By Patricia O’Brien
The ambiguous and evolving status of the Cook Islands and Niue holds lessons for other Pacific powers.

What a Trump-Vance Administration Would Mean for India

What a Trump-Vance Administration Would Mean for India

By Akhilesh Pillalamarri
Ideological lecturing would cease, economic and military ties would continue to grow, and India’s geopolitical position would improve as the U.S. pivots to Asia to counter China.

Myanmar Armed Groups Extend Ceasefire at China’s Urging

Myanmar Armed Groups Extend Ceasefire at China’s Urging

By Sebastian Strangio
The Three Brotherhood Alliance has agreed to hold its fire in northern Shan State until the end of the month.

What’s Driving Taiwan’s Mass Protests?
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What’s Driving Taiwan’s Mass Protests?

Remembering Nguyen Phu Trong’s Foreign Policy Legacies

Remembering Nguyen Phu Trong’s Foreign Policy Legacies

By Khang Vu
The late party chief adroitly balanced Vietnam's relationships with the major powers, while expanding its role on the international stage.

What Is the SCO Doing Wrong? Lessons From ASEAN and SAARC

What Is the SCO Doing Wrong? Lessons From ASEAN and SAARC

By Peter Krasnopolsky
The dynamics of the SCO are more similar to that of SAARC as opposed to the smooth-talking, consensus-seeking ASEAN way.
China-Pakistan Relations Are at a Crossroads

China-Pakistan Relations Are at a Crossroads

By Marcus Andreopoulos
Beijing is waiting to see if new security measures are successful – and if its business in Pakistan can resume as normal.

After Modi’s Moscow Trip, Where Do India-Russia Relations Stand?

After Modi’s Moscow Trip, Where Do India-Russia Relations Stand?

By Danish Yousuf and Namita Barthwal
After a two-year hiatus, the India-Russia annual summit convened with renewed vigor.

The 2 Koreas’ Cold War Measures Destabilize the Korean Peninsula

The 2 Koreas’ Cold War Measures Destabilize the Korean Peninsula

By Mitch Shin
How should South Korea handle balloon clashes against the backdrop of Trump’s possible re-election? 

Bangladesh’s Tough Tightrope Walk Between India and China

Bangladesh’s Tough Tightrope Walk Between India and China

By Saqlain Rizve
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has completed bilateral visits to India and China. The one to Beijing disappointed Dhaka.
Has Bangladesh Lost Its Footing in the China-India Balancing Act?

Has Bangladesh Lost Its Footing in the China-India Balancing Act?

By Syful Islam
Was a tilt toward India to blame for Sheikh Hasina's lackluster visit to China? Or is Beijing simply reading the economic tea leaves?

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