July 02, 2020
Renewing America’s Commitment to the Indo-Pacific
By Jim Inhofe and Cory Gardner
A new Pacific Deterrence Initiative will complement ARIA and implement its vision of a more robust U.S military presence in the Indo-Pacific.
July 01, 2020
How Can the World Help Hong Kong?
By Benedict Rogers and Johnny Patterson
It is time for coordinated international action to give Hong Kongers a lifeline.
June 30, 2020
Japan Should Continue to Speak up on the Chinese Government’s Human Rights Abuses
By Teppei Kasai
Taking a tough, meaningful stand against Beijing is not easy, but Tokyo must continue to demonstrate the depth of its commitments to human rights.
June 29, 2020
Bangladesh Silencing Teenage Dissent
By Tasnim Nazeer
A 15-year-old was arrested for criticizing Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Facebook.
June 27, 2020
The Dangers of Dog-Whistling to Extremists in the Maldives
By Mushfiq Mohamed
How “liberal” political actors in the Maldives dog-whistle violent extremists and why it matters.
June 26, 2020
How Xi Jinping Thought Gave Hong Kong Its National Security Law
By Jonathan Lim
One country, two systems, under Xi Jinping Thought.
June 25, 2020
70 Years of Separation: The Families Who Remain Divided by the Korean War
By Eugene Lee and Paul K. Lee
Whether driven apart by the war or through more recent adoptions and defections, Korean Americans have few options for reuniting with their families.
June 25, 2020
Remembering Japan’s Colonial Abuses Against Koreans on Hashima Island
By Yuji Hosaka
Despite the claims of a former resident of the island, Japanese abuses against Koreans were widespread.
June 24, 2020
Keeping a Bad Deal at All Costs: US Moral Failure in Afghanistan
By Aidan Mark Lewis
U.S. policy toward Afghanistan has been short-sighted and ill-conceived for decades.
June 23, 2020
A New Chapter in Uzbekistan’s Cotton Sector?
By Umida Niyazova
Despite progress in combating forced labor, Uzbekistan has yet to meaningfully engage in the civil society focused reforms necessary.
June 18, 2020
China’s Media Influence Has Gone Global. So Has the Pushback.
By Sarah Cook
Beijing's campaign to control narratives about China the world over is attracting more attention -- and opposition.
June 17, 2020
Black Lives Matter Should Be a Wake-Up Call for India
The Black Lives Matter movement in the United States should remind India that it has much soul-seeking to do on issues of race and identity.