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Australian PM, Diplomats Seek to Allay Southeast Asian AUKUS Fears
September 21, 2021

Australian PM, Diplomats Seek to Allay Southeast Asian AUKUS Fears

By Sebastian Strangio
Canberra has stated that the new partnership "is not a defense alliance or pact" and that it will continue to support nuclear non-proliferation.
France Seeks European Support After AUKUS Submarine Deal Surprise
September 21, 2021

France Seeks European Support After AUKUS Submarine Deal Surprise

By Angela Charlton
“It’s not just a Franco-Australian affair, but a rupture of trust in alliances,” France’s foreign minister declared.

India’s Confused Approach to Afghanistan
September 20, 2021

India’s Confused Approach to Afghanistan

By Mohamed Zeeshan
New Delhi will need to institutionalize scenario planning in foreign policy making if it is keen to shape global events.

US-Vietnam Relations: From Reconciliation to a Relationship of Substance
September 20, 2021

US-Vietnam Relations: From Reconciliation to a Relationship of Substance

By Le Hong Hiep
Reconciliation has happened through different measures and in different forms, ranging from efforts to heal wartime wounds to moves aimed at building mutual trust and respect.

Australia-India 2+2 Dialogue: Converging Interests
September 16, 2021

Australia-India 2+2 Dialogue: Converging Interests

By Rajeswari Pillai Rajagopalan
New Delhi and Canberra have had to bear the brunt of increasingly belligerent Chinese behavior in the Indo-Pacific, pushing their bilateral relationship to new heights.
What Do Russians Think About the Relationship With China?
September 16, 2021

What Do Russians Think About the Relationship With China?

By Craig Kafura
U.S. policymakers want to split up Moscow and Beijing, but Russians see benefits to closer Sino-Russian ties.

China’s Foreign Minister Holds Talks in South Korea
September 15, 2021

China’s Foreign Minister Holds Talks in South Korea

By Shannon Tiezzi
Seoul wants to secure Beijing's cooperation on North Korea, but Wang Yi's top priority is ensuring South Korea does not join the U.S. coalition against China.
Chinese FM Winds Up Southeast Asia Trip With Stops in Cambodia, Singapore
September 15, 2021

Chinese FM Winds Up Southeast Asia Trip With Stops in Cambodia, Singapore

By Sebastian Strangio
The trip followed a number of regional tours by high-ranking U.S. officials, including Vice President Kamala Harris.

China, Afghanistan, and the Belt and Road Initiative: Diplomacy and Reality 
September 15, 2021

China, Afghanistan, and the Belt and Road Initiative: Diplomacy and Reality 

By Magnus Marsden
China will face a number of difficulties in implementing the BRI in Afghanistan.

More than $1.2 Billion in Humanitarian Aid Pledged to Afghanistan
September 14, 2021

More than $1.2 Billion in Humanitarian Aid Pledged to Afghanistan

By Catherine Putz
The Taliban’s ascension to power in Kabul has given way to an economic crisis, which in tandem with droughts has fueled a food crisis, too.

Diplomatic Pact to Block Myanmar’s Junta From United Nations – For Now
September 14, 2021

Diplomatic Pact to Block Myanmar’s Junta From United Nations – For Now

By Sebastian Strangio
Under a deal brokered by the U.S. and China, the decision over Myanmar's U.N. seat will be deferred until November.
9/11 and Asia: Two Decades Later
September 13, 2021

9/11 and Asia: Two Decades Later

By Diplomat Risk Intelligence
A virtual conference announcing the launch of Diplomat Risk Intelligence probes how 9/11 changed the Asia-Pacific.

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