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How China Intervened in a Maryland Effort to Ban Lead From Children’s Products
January 19, 2022

How China Intervened in a Maryland Effort to Ban Lead From Children’s Products

By Flora Yan
2008 marked one of the earliest examples of the Chinese government's direct intervention on a state bill, through aggressive use of a WTO mechanism.
After Kazakhstan Crisis, China Will Reassess Its Influence in Central Asia
January 18, 2022

After Kazakhstan Crisis, China Will Reassess Its Influence in Central Asia

By Igor Denisov
Despite its economic clout in Kazakhstan, Beijing has had far less political leverage than Moscow.

‘No Progress’ on ASEAN Peace Plan for Myanmar: Singaporean PM
January 17, 2022

‘No Progress’ on ASEAN Peace Plan for Myanmar: Singaporean PM

By Sebastian Strangio
Four Southeast Asian nations have now expressed criticisms of Cambodia's unilateral crisis diplomacy on Myanmar.

Beijing’s Public Diplomacy in South And Central Asia
January 17, 2022

Beijing’s Public Diplomacy in South And Central Asia

By Mercy A. Kuo
Insights from Samantha Custer.

China and Iran Since the 25-Year Agreement: The Limits of Cooperation
January 17, 2022

China and Iran Since the 25-Year Agreement: The Limits of Cooperation

By William Figueroa
Iran may be forced to “Look East” in the wake of the U.S. withdrawal from the JCPOA, but the Chinese government continues to look in many directions at once.
In Memory of ‘Kaifu Diplomacy’ During the Gulf War Turmoil
January 14, 2022

In Memory of ‘Kaifu Diplomacy’ During the Gulf War Turmoil

By Daisuke Akimoto
The late Kaifu Toshiki is regarded as a symbol of Japan’s changing diplomacy in the post-Cold War period.

Has the ASEAN Chair Become Too Powerful?
January 14, 2022

Has the ASEAN Chair Become Too Powerful?

By David Hutt
Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen's visit to Myanmar has highlighted deep flaws in the bloc's modus operandi.
Cambodia Postpones ASEAN Meeting Amid Myanmar Disagreements
January 13, 2022

Cambodia Postpones ASEAN Meeting Amid Myanmar Disagreements

By Sebastian Strangio
The Myanmar crisis has opened an increasingly wide fissure within the Southeast Asian bloc.

Making ‘Quad Plus’ a Reality
January 13, 2022

Making ‘Quad Plus’ a Reality

By Jagannath Panda
Japan’s hosting of the Quad summit this year is the perfect opportunity to bring other partners on board. But how?

UN Seeks $5 Billion to Aid Millions of Afghans as Country Struggles
January 13, 2022

UN Seeks $5 Billion to Aid Millions of Afghans as Country Struggles

By Edith M. Lederer
The U.N. said the appeal will be followed by a pledging conference in mid-March, but a number of nations already announced new funding.

China’s New Year Ambitions for Latin America and the Caribbean
January 12, 2022

China’s New Year Ambitions for Latin America and the Caribbean

By R. Evan Ellis and Leland Lazarus
Amid the economic and public health challenges of COVID-19, Beijing has steadily deepened its engagement with the region.
Is Regional Integration Still Relevant for India in South Asia?
January 11, 2022

Is Regional Integration Still Relevant for India in South Asia?

By Niranjan Marjani
The country's long-running dispute with Pakistan has soured attempts to foster regionalism in South Asia.

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