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Japan and Europe’s Triple Partnership
February 14, 2019

Japan and Europe’s Triple Partnership

By Andrei Lungu
Parsing the new EU-Japan strategic, economic and digital agreements.
Why Is Turkey Breaking Its Silence on China’s Uyghurs?
February 12, 2019

Why Is Turkey Breaking Its Silence on China’s Uyghurs?

By Shannon Tiezzi
Anger at home has finally forced Ankara to break with its enthusiastic embrace of Beijing.

How China Came to Dominate South Sudan’s Oil
February 11, 2019

How China Came to Dominate South Sudan’s Oil

By Austin Bodetti
China’s appetite for risk-taking cemented its presence in the conflict-torn young country.

Behind the Huawei Backlash in Poland and the Czech Republic
February 06, 2019

Behind the Huawei Backlash in Poland and the Czech Republic

By Alicja Bachulska and Richard Q. Turcsányi
Both cases point to a deeper problem with China’s Central and Eastern Europe strategy.

India-Bhutan Relations: Leveraging Ladakh
February 05, 2019

India-Bhutan Relations: Leveraging Ladakh

By Stanzin Lhaskyabs
With Bhutan maturing as a democratic country, India should take this opportunity to further strengthen ties.
The Art of the Balance: Japan, China and the United States
January 30, 2019

The Art of the Balance: Japan, China and the United States

By Catherine Putz
It’s no easy thing to balance a distant ally with a worrisome close neighbor.

US-China: A New Consensus for Strategic Competition in Washington
January 30, 2019

US-China: A New Consensus for Strategic Competition in Washington

By Satoru Mori
There have been tensions in the past, but this time is different.
China’s Busy Year in the Arctic
January 30, 2019

China’s Busy Year in the Arctic

By Trym Aleksander Eiterjord
Having officially laid out its Arctic policy last year, 2018 was an eventful year for China in the far North.

Are Indonesia and Malaysia Ready to Stand up for China’s Muslims?
January 28, 2019

Are Indonesia and Malaysia Ready to Stand up for China’s Muslims?

By Nithin Coca
The two Southeast Asian states might be the best hope for pressure from the Islamic world.

Turkey’s Gülen Crackdown Comes to Cambodia
January 16, 2019

Turkey’s Gülen Crackdown Comes to Cambodia

By Danielle Keeton-Olsen
One of Cambodia’s top international school systems has quietly changed hands amid the Gülen controversy.

Explaining China’s Latest Catch in Africa
January 16, 2019

Explaining China’s Latest Catch in Africa

By Oana Burcu and Eloïse Bertrand
In Burkina Faso, peer pressure – not just checkbook diplomacy – helped motivate the switch from Taiwan.
The Rohingyas' Plight: What Options Under International Law?
January 15, 2019

The Rohingyas' Plight: What Options Under International Law?

By Viren Mascarenhas, Brian Jacobi, Claire O’Connell, and Isabel San Martin
What role can the ICC and ICJ play in bringing justice for the Rohingyas' suffering?

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