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How a Digital Economy Can Save The Philippines from Recession
November 26, 2020

How a Digital Economy Can Save The Philippines from Recession

By Pierrepont Johnson
An improved digital economy would aid social distancing measures and help promote the country’s long-term economic growth.

Biden Must Not Give in to North Korea’s Demand for Early Sanctions Relief
November 25, 2020

Biden Must Not Give in to North Korea’s Demand for Early Sanctions Relief

By Mathew Ha
Diplomatic success will require better sanctions enforcement, not looser sanctions.
Afghanistan: A Test for the Global Commitment to Women, Peace, and Security
November 25, 2020

Afghanistan: A Test for the Global Commitment to Women, Peace, and Security

By Natalie Gonnella-Platts and Farhat Popal 
Any political settlement that doesn’t guarantee women’s rights and opportunities has failed before it has begun.

Afghanistan’s Progress Was Made Possible With International Support
November 23, 2020

Afghanistan’s Progress Was Made Possible With International Support

By Sediq Seddiqi
It is vital that aid resources remain sufficient over the coming years to sustain these gains.

China Should Follow Its Scholars’ Advice to Biden
November 20, 2020

China Should Follow Its Scholars’ Advice to Biden

By Denny Roy
Chinese analysts have joined the chorus offering advice for Biden's China policy. Those prescriptions are better applied to Beijing's own behavior.

The World Must Step Up to Save Afghanistan’s Children
November 18, 2020

The World Must Step Up to Save Afghanistan’s Children

By Chris Nyamandi
The world must commit to supporting Afghan children living amid continued conflict and violence.

The Taliban Don’t Care About a Free Press. Neither Does the Afghan Government
November 17, 2020

The Taliban Don’t Care About a Free Press. Neither Does the Afghan Government

By Sabera Azizi
Yama Siawash was eloquent, blunt, passionate, charismatic, and uncensored -- often a fatal combination in Afghanistan. 
Engagement Is a Virtue, Especially on the Korean Peninsula
November 14, 2020

Engagement Is a Virtue, Especially on the Korean Peninsula

By Song Young Gil
The incoming Biden administration has plenty to handle, but it should not forget the Korean Peninsula.

The Biden Administration Needs to Junk Trump’s Deal With the Taliban
November 13, 2020

The Biden Administration Needs to Junk Trump’s Deal With the Taliban

By Carlo J.V. Caro
A Taliban controlled by Pakistan is a threat to regional and global security.

Why Deepening EU-Taiwan Economic Ties Matter
November 12, 2020

Why Deepening EU-Taiwan Economic Ties Matter

By Ming-Yen Tsai
The time is ripe for the EU and Taiwan to further strengthen bilateral trade ties, starting with negotiations on a Bilateral Investment Agreement.

Beijing 2022 Olympics: Stop the ‘Genocide Games’ 
November 11, 2020

Beijing 2022 Olympics: Stop the ‘Genocide Games’ 

By Dorjee Tseten, Zumretay Arkin, Teng Biao, and Frances Hui
A Tibetan, Uyghur, Hong Konger, and Chinese rights lawyer urge the IOC to rethink giving China a platform through the Winter Olympics.
Is China a New Colonial Power?
November 09, 2020

Is China a New Colonial Power?

By Amitai Etzioni
How well do the claims of neocolonialism stand up?

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