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The Limits of Kishida’s China Outreach
November 19, 2022

The Limits of Kishida’s China Outreach

By Mina Pollmann
The Japanese prime minister held his first in-person meeting with China’s Xi Jinping, but he faces tight limits in how far he can push the relationship.
A New Era of Thailand-France Relations?
November 18, 2022

A New Era of Thailand-France Relations?

By Tita Sanglee
The two nations, which share a troubled history, find themselves in increasing alignment on the pressing strategic questions of the day.

Why Was the Iranian Navy in Jakarta?
November 18, 2022

Why Was the Iranian Navy in Jakarta?

By Patrick Dupont
Indonesia's growing ties with Iran and other Middle Eastern states offer a good illustration of its "free and active" foreign policy tradition.

Xi Jinping’s Many G-20 Summits
November 18, 2022

Xi Jinping’s Many G-20 Summits

By Shannon Tiezzi
Amid the rapid clip of bilateral meetings, who Xi didn’t meet with was perhaps a better question than who he did.

G20 Can’t Avoid the Elephant in the Room: Ukraine War
November 17, 2022

G20 Can’t Avoid the Elephant in the Room: Ukraine War

By Kamal Uddin Ahmed
Despite pleas to keep the focus on economic recovery, the war remained a major topic of discussion at the Bali Summit.
Can India Make the G20 Relevant Again?
November 17, 2022

Can India Make the G20 Relevant Again?

By Mohamed Zeeshan
In a world that is now defined by geopolitical fissures, New Delhi will need to get the grouping to focus on its economic agenda.

Why the Current Stall in US-Vietnam Relations is Necessary for Vietnam’s Security
November 17, 2022

Why the Current Stall in US-Vietnam Relations is Necessary for Vietnam’s Security

By Khang Vu
As has been the case for much of history, stable, manageable relations with China form the foundation of the country's foreign policy.
Russia Ties Will Not Impede India’s Growing US Partnership
November 17, 2022

Russia Ties Will Not Impede India’s Growing US Partnership

By Aparna Pande
The U.S. not only needs India in the Indo-Pacific, but would also like India to play a larger role in South, Central, and Southeast Asia.

South Korea’s Sideline Diplomacy at the ASEAN and G20 Meetings
November 17, 2022

South Korea’s Sideline Diplomacy at the ASEAN and G20 Meetings

By Andrew Yeo
After a series of gaffes on its last round of international trips, the Yoon administration seems to have hit its diplomatic stride at the ASEAN and G-20 summits.

Don’t Overlook Xi Jinping’s Meeting With Senegal’s President
November 17, 2022

Don’t Overlook Xi Jinping’s Meeting With Senegal’s President

By Shannon Tiezzi
The summit on the sidelines of the G-20 drove home the convergence of interests between China and the African Union.

Can India Push for Multipolarity in a Divided G-20?
November 16, 2022

Can India Push for Multipolarity in a Divided G-20?

By Niranjan Marjani
As the next president of the G-20, India has its work cut out.
G-20 Leaders End Meeting Condemning War But Note Divisions
November 16, 2022

G-20 Leaders End Meeting Condemning War But Note Divisions

By Adam Schreck
The careful wording of the final G-20 summit declaration reflected the challenge that the U.S. and its allies face in isolating Vladimir Putin's Russia.

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