December 06, 2021
What China Learned From the Collapse of the USSR
By Kunal Sharma
Three key lessons have helped the Chinese Communist Party avoid following its Soviet namesake into the dustbin of history.
December 03, 2021
Could Taiwan’s Political Left Reconsider Nuclear Power?
By Seaver Wang and Daniel Chen
Past politics have tainted nuclear power in Taiwan, but a positive, forward-looking, and socially responsible platform is possible.
December 01, 2021
AI Strategic Competition, Norms, and the Ethics of Global Empire
By Joseph Bouchard
Western democracies should play an active role in shaping the norms governing artificial intelligence and other advanced technologies.
November 25, 2021
Australia’s Relationship With India Is Concerning
By Dechlan Brennan
Canberra’s concern about China is no excuse for ignoring New Delhi’s rights abuses.
November 24, 2021
The Indo-Pacific Exposes the Regionalisms of ‘Global’ Britain
By Oliver Turner and Luke Stephens
While Global Britain is touted as an opportunity to “shape the world of the future,” it is heavily reliant on ties to the past.
November 23, 2021
Where Are ‘New’ Uzbekistan’s Promised Reforms?
By Akzam Turgunov
The reelection of Uzbekistan’s president was a foregone conclusion. The real question is: Where are the promised reforms?
November 22, 2021
Climate Change Through the Lens of Bangladesh
By Sheikh Hasina
Bangladesh is especially affected by negative effects of climate change and can function as role model to the developed and developing world.
November 19, 2021
A Rohingya Remembers Myanmar’s Brutal Crackdown in 2017
“I fear for the future of my community and country under Myanmar’s dehumanizing, segregated system, but I see a chance for change.”
November 18, 2021
USS Connecticut’s Collision Proves the Need for China-US Crisis Management
By Jin Kai and Cheng Jing
The incident highlights several potential crisis points, from militarization in the South China Sea to lack of transparent communication.
November 18, 2021
Don’t Let China Dictate US and Indian Policy on Sri Lanka
By Madura Rasaratnam and Mario Arulthas
The U.S. and India cannot advance their interests in Sri Lanka by appeasing Colombo.
November 17, 2021
Action Needed Now to Address the Humanitarian Catastrophe in Afghanistan
By Youssof Ghafoorzai
With winter approaching, the human tragedy that has befallen the people of Afghanistan will only worsen. Urgent action is needed.
November 16, 2021
Justice for the Uyghurs: What the US Can Do
By Abduweli Ayup and Yonah Diamond
The U.S. can take some immediate, common-sense steps holding the CCP accountable for its transnational repression and offering effective humanitarian assistance for the Uyghurs.