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Taiwan’s New Southbound Policy Needs to Focus More on India
September 24, 2021

Taiwan’s New Southbound Policy Needs to Focus More on India

By Sana Hashmi
Five years into the NSP, it’s time to elevate India on Taiwan’s diplomatic agenda.

Bringing Clean Air to 4 Billion People in Asia
September 23, 2021

Bringing Clean Air to 4 Billion People in Asia

By Kaoru Akahoshi and Eric Zusman
To tackle air pollution, we need solutions that break down boundaries - between countries, regions, and diverse stakeholders.
UK-ASEAN Dialogue Partnership Paves Way to Potential Future Trade Accord
September 23, 2021

UK-ASEAN Dialogue Partnership Paves Way to Potential Future Trade Accord

By Andrew Hood and Bob Savic
Since its exit from the European Union, London has moved swiftly to deepen its relationship with a fast-growing region.

The US Should Support South Korea’s Nuclear Submarine Aspirations
September 20, 2021

The US Should Support South Korea’s Nuclear Submarine Aspirations

By Jihoon Yu and Erik French
After offering SSNs to Australia, it’s time to extend similar support to South Korea.

How Asia Can Achieve a Just Energy Transition in a Post-COVID World
September 17, 2021

How Asia Can Achieve a Just Energy Transition in a Post-COVID World

By Nithi Nesadurai and Hang Dao
A just transition to renewable energy is not just good for the environment, it’s great for the economy, too.

Pakistan’s Shameful Glee at the Taliban’s Rise
September 17, 2021

Pakistan’s Shameful Glee at the Taliban’s Rise

By Mohsin Dawar
An elected representative of North Waziristan urges the Pakistani government to confront the reality of what the Taliban’s rise to power in Afghanistan will mean for Pakistan. 

19 Months Into the Pandemic, China Is Still Shutting Out US Students
September 16, 2021

19 Months Into the Pandemic, China Is Still Shutting Out US Students

By Ethan McAndrews, Anthony Edwards, and Hannah Sorenson
Beijing’s lack of foreign student reciprocity poses a major threat to the long-term future of the China-U.S. relationship.
The US Can’t Blame Pakistan for Its Failure in Afghanistan
September 14, 2021

The US Can’t Blame Pakistan for Its Failure in Afghanistan

By Khawaja Akbar
Pakistan was a factor but by no means the most significant one in the Taliban’s rapid takeover.

Backing the Wrong Horses: American Blowback From Vietnam to Afghanistan
September 14, 2021

Backing the Wrong Horses: American Blowback From Vietnam to Afghanistan

By Rizal Ramli
Washington has repeatedly intervened in other nations, with ostensibly good intentions. Yet it has achieved none of its purported foreign policy goals.

Show Us Your Credentials: The Battle for Myanmar at the UN
September 13, 2021

Show Us Your Credentials: The Battle for Myanmar at the UN

By Patrick Phongsathorn
For the General Assembly to accord recognition to Myanmar's junta would effectively sanction armed seizures of power.

How the Movement for Black Lives Can Help Myanmar Activists
September 13, 2021

How the Movement for Black Lives Can Help Myanmar Activists

By Eraldo Souza dos Santos
As Martin Luther King, Jr. once wrote, “injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere.”
Relief Agencies Should Push for Independent Access to Myanmar’s Rakhine State
September 10, 2021

Relief Agencies Should Push for Independent Access to Myanmar’s Rakhine State

By Laetitia Van Den Assum and Kyaw Hsan Hlaing
Since the February coup, the Arakan Army has reportedly gained effective control of 75 percent of the state's townships.

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