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Singapore Airshow 2020 Takes Off Amid Coronavirus Scare
February 10, 2020

Singapore Airshow 2020 Takes Off Amid Coronavirus Scare

By Prashanth Parameswaran
While Asia’s largest aerospace event will go on this year, it has nonetheless been shrouded by health concerns that continue to grip the region.
US Pledges $2 Million to Uzbekistan
February 10, 2020

US Pledges $2 Million to Uzbekistan

By Umida Hashimova
The true nature of U.S. investment in Uzbekistan, and all of Central Asia, is broader than just direct financial assistance packages.

Raisina Rising: India’s Biggest Diplomatic Event Is Gaining Repute
February 10, 2020

Raisina Rising: India’s Biggest Diplomatic Event Is Gaining Repute

By Krzysztof Iwanek
The Raisina Dialogue does not represent "India's World" yet. But it surely displays New Delhi’s aspirations.

Time to Jumpstart Australia-Indonesia Economic Relations
February 08, 2020

Time to Jumpstart Australia-Indonesia Economic Relations

By Kyle Springer
Australia-Indonesia relations are thriving, but economic ties lag behind. The just-ratified Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement could change that.

Taiwan’s Coronavirus Response Hits Obstacles Set by Chinese Government
February 07, 2020

Taiwan’s Coronavirus Response Hits Obstacles Set by Chinese Government

By Nick Aspinwall
Despite international calls for Taiwan’s inclusion in the WHO, the country is being restricted from accessing updated information and has struggled to repatriate its citizens from Wuhan.
UK, Australia Commit to Free Trade Negotiations
February 07, 2020

UK, Australia Commit to Free Trade Negotiations

By Associated Press
With Brexit complete, Britain is eager to drum up its own free trade partners. First stop: Australia.

US Looks to Central Asia to Stand Up to China on Xinjiang
February 07, 2020

US Looks to Central Asia to Stand Up to China on Xinjiang

By Catherine Putz
Washington's messaging is aimed both at Beijing and Central Asian capitals.
The Coming US-China Competition in Central Asia
February 06, 2020

The Coming US-China Competition in Central Asia

By Katie Stallard-Blanchette
Washington signals a new pushback against China in the former Soviet republics.

A New US Strategy for Central Asia: Continuity Under Better Conditions
February 06, 2020

A New US Strategy for Central Asia: Continuity Under Better Conditions

By Catherine Putz
The new strategy revolves around a familiar “holy trinity” -- independence, sovereignty, and territorial integrity -- while acknowledging the power of new regional dynamics.

China and Cambodia: Love in the Time of Coronavirus
February 06, 2020

China and Cambodia: Love in the Time of Coronavirus

By Shannon Tiezzi
Hun Sen's “special visit” to China was a high-profile show of support for Beijing's handling of the outbreak.

EU Confronts Make or Break Decisions for Vietnam and Cambodia
February 06, 2020

EU Confronts Make or Break Decisions for Vietnam and Cambodia

By David Hutt
Two upcoming calls will help define the European Union’s ties with the Southeast Asian countries.
Singapore-Indonesia Relations in the Headlines With President’s First State Visit
February 06, 2020

Singapore-Indonesia Relations in the Headlines With President’s First State Visit

By Prashanth Parameswaran
The visit spotlighted the management of the relationship and highlighted some newer areas of collaboration both sides are exploring.

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