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Taiwan, US Trade Officials Set to Meet in ‘Coming Weeks’
June 12, 2021

Taiwan, US Trade Officials Set to Meet in ‘Coming Weeks’

By Nick Aspinwall
Trade talks might be back on the agenda, picking up the momentum from a flurry of late action by the Trump administration.
Singapore’s Lee Advises Australia to Engage With China
June 11, 2021

Singapore’s Lee Advises Australia to Engage With China

By Sebastian Strangio
The past year has seen a chill descend over relations between Canberra and Beijing.

How US Congress Can Help Advance North Korea Diplomacy
June 10, 2021

How US Congress Can Help Advance North Korea Diplomacy

By Matt Abbott
U.S. legislators have a long and storied history of meeting North Korean leaders. Time to dust off that legacy.

Kyrgyzstan Reviewing Entry Bans on Rittmann and Rickleton
June 10, 2021

Kyrgyzstan Reviewing Entry Bans on Rittmann and Rickleton

By Catherine Putz
In a letter to Prime Minister Boris Johnson, Kyrgyz President Sadyr Japarov wrote that he has ordered a review of entry bans imposed on journalist Chris Rickleton and human rights researcher Mihra Rittmann.

In 2022, Cambodia Faces Challenging Turn at ASEAN’s Helm
June 10, 2021

In 2022, Cambodia Faces Challenging Turn at ASEAN’s Helm

By Heimkhemra Suy
During its upcoming chairmanship, the country faces a host of daunting challenges. But the year will bring opportunities, too.
China’s Myanmar Policy ‘Not Affected’ by Post-Coup Chaos: Official
June 10, 2021

China’s Myanmar Policy ‘Not Affected’ by Post-Coup Chaos: Official

By Sebastian Strangio
With no solution to Myanmar’s political crisis in sight, Beijing is making a pragmatic bet on the status quo.

After the Latest Forced Labor Court Ruling, Where Do Japan-South Korea Relations Stand?
June 10, 2021

After the Latest Forced Labor Court Ruling, Where Do Japan-South Korea Relations Stand?

By Troy Stangarone
The Seoul Central District Court ruling might help lower temperatures, but a political solution is needed to improve South Korea’s relations with Japan.
Hungarian Policy Toward China Might Be Facing a Seismic Shift
June 09, 2021

Hungarian Policy Toward China Might Be Facing a Seismic Shift

By Richard Q. Turcsanyi and Matej Šimalčík
Hungary under Viktor Orban has been the most China-friendly country in the EU in recent years. That might be about to change – drastically.

Could Russia and Japan Finally Find Peace in the Pacific?
June 09, 2021

Could Russia and Japan Finally Find Peace in the Pacific?

By Gabriel Gavin
The Kuril Islands dispute has kept Japan and Russia from ever formally ending the hostilities between them during World War II.

Kazakhstan: Please Don’t ‘Politicize’ the Eurasian Economic Union
June 09, 2021

Kazakhstan: Please Don’t ‘Politicize’ the Eurasian Economic Union

By Catherine Putz
Let’s keep to discussions about trade, okay?

Maldives Foreign Minister Elected as UN Assembly President
June 09, 2021

Maldives Foreign Minister Elected as UN Assembly President

By Edith M. Lederer
Foreign Minister Abdulla Shahid of the Maldives pledged a focus on pandemic relief and climate change during his yearlong term as UNGA president.
Former Indian Foreign Secretary Vijay Gokhale on the Tiananmen Square Massacre
June 08, 2021

Former Indian Foreign Secretary Vijay Gokhale on the Tiananmen Square Massacre

By Abhijnan Rej
“For a brief moment in time there was a spirit of openness and questioning, and I saw a side of the Chinese people that I have had no occasion to see again.”

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