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China, EU Leaders Hold ‘Intense’ Virtual Meeting
September 15, 2020

China, EU Leaders Hold ‘Intense’ Virtual Meeting

By Shannon Tiezzi
The meeting highlighted continuing areas of friction between China and Europe, especially on market access and human rights.
US Ambassador to China Will Step Down in October
September 14, 2020

US Ambassador to China Will Step Down in October

By Associated Press
Ambassador Terry Branstad will be leaving his post as U.S.-China tensions soar.

Abe Shinzo’s Legacy in Japan-Europe Relations
September 14, 2020

Abe Shinzo’s Legacy in Japan-Europe Relations

By Michito Tsuruoka
Mainstreaming Europe in Japan’s foreign policy.

No Exit From India’s Afghanistan Dilemma?
September 14, 2020

No Exit From India’s Afghanistan Dilemma?

By Abhijnan Rej
As intra-Afghan talks start in Doha, India is left without a good hand to play vis-à-vis the Taliban.

How Meaningful is the New US-Mekong Partnership?
September 14, 2020

How Meaningful is the New US-Mekong Partnership?

By Sebastian Strangio
The recently announced multilateral framework is a welcome – but limited – check on China's expanding influence in the Mekong region.
China’s Two-Pronged Diplomacy
September 12, 2020

China’s Two-Pronged Diplomacy

By Brian Wong
A charm offensive or wolf warrior diplomacy? Both, actually, are a key part of China's diplomatic strategy.

Indian and Chinese Foreign Ministers Fail to Achieve Breakthrough in Ladakh Crisis
September 11, 2020

Indian and Chinese Foreign Ministers Fail to Achieve Breakthrough in Ladakh Crisis

By Abhijnan Rej
The joint statement after the Moscow meeting on September 10 shows modest positive gains for India.
Post-Abe, Vietnam-Japan Relations Have Nowhere to Go But Up
September 11, 2020

Post-Abe, Vietnam-Japan Relations Have Nowhere to Go But Up

By Hanh Nguyen
Whoever succeeds Abe Shinzo, the two nations have ample reasons to widen and deepen their cooperation across a host of domains.

US Wing of India’s BJP Registers as a ‘Foreign Agent’
September 11, 2020

US Wing of India’s BJP Registers as a ‘Foreign Agent’

By Abhijnan Rej
In the recent years, India’s ruling party has aggressively used the diaspora to promote Modi’s often-controversial policies.

Taliban Say Peace Talks With Afghan Team to Start Saturday
September 11, 2020

Taliban Say Peace Talks With Afghan Team to Start Saturday

By Associated Press
The much-delayed talks are reportedly set to begin this weekend.

How Is the SCO’s ‘Shanghai Spirit’ Faring in 2020?
September 11, 2020

How Is the SCO’s ‘Shanghai Spirit’ Faring in 2020?

By Catherine Putz
With India-China tensions at a boil, the Shanghai Cooperation Organization’s foreign ministers are gathering in Moscow.
CPEC 2.0: Full Speed Ahead
September 10, 2020

CPEC 2.0: Full Speed Ahead

By Muhammad Akbar Notezai
The China-Pakistan Economic Corridor is back with a vengeance. But the problems remain.

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