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The US and India Should lead the Defense of Democracy in the COVID–19 Crisis
April 07, 2020

The US and India Should lead the Defense of Democracy in the COVID–19 Crisis

By Raymond E. Vickery, Jr.
The world’s oldest and largest democracies must come together amid this pandemic.

How Taiwan Battles the Coronavirus
April 06, 2020

How Taiwan Battles the Coronavirus

By Christine Chiou
Taiwan is living proof that control of an emerging virus can be achieved through science, technology, and democratic governance.
Afghanistan Needs the World’s Help to Fight COVID-19
April 03, 2020

Afghanistan Needs the World’s Help to Fight COVID-19

By Timothy Bishop
Having already lived through decades of war, Afghans are now bracing themselves for another battle against COVID-19. The world cannot stand idly by.

The International Community Must Put a Spotlight on Tajikistan’s Human Rights Record
April 02, 2020

The International Community Must Put a Spotlight on Tajikistan’s Human Rights Record

By Scott Martin
Silencing opposition figures, independent voices, and those defending the detained -- a spotlight must be shone on the Tajik government’s human rights record.

An Open Letter to the People of the United States From 100 Chinese Scholars
April 02, 2020

An Open Letter to the People of the United States From 100 Chinese Scholars

“Facing the most dangerous infectious disease in a century, politicized criticisms help neither China, the U.S., nor the world to curb the spread of the virus.”

Book Review: ‘Trumped: Emerging Powers in a Post-American World’
April 02, 2020

Book Review: ‘Trumped: Emerging Powers in a Post-American World’

By Joy Mitra
A new book examines global order in the 21st century.

Trump Adds to Asian-Americans’ Fears
April 01, 2020

Trump Adds to Asian-Americans’ Fears

By Seashia Vang
We already have an epic health crisis; we don’t need a racialized social crisis as well.
South Korea: Cyberbullying Amid Coronavirus
April 01, 2020

South Korea: Cyberbullying Amid Coronavirus

By Justin Fendos
Some online trolls seem determined to infuse Korean politics and COVID-19 with racial tensions.

COVID-19: As China Recovers, Will Its Economy Follow?
March 30, 2020

COVID-19: As China Recovers, Will Its Economy Follow?

By Stephen Nagy
Will COVID-19 mark a turning point for China?

How Anti-Coronavirus Aid to North Korea Can Restart Negotiations
March 30, 2020

How Anti-Coronavirus Aid to North Korea Can Restart Negotiations

By John Dale Grover
Coming together amid a global pandemic could bring U.S.-North Korea negotiations back on track.

Suspending Sanctions on Iran During the COVID-19 Crisis Serves American Interests
March 28, 2020

Suspending Sanctions on Iran During the COVID-19 Crisis Serves American Interests

By Lucille Greer
A temporary suspension of sanctions now will serve the United States well in future negotiations with Iran.
A Rohingya Coronavirus Catastrophe Looms if Their Internet Blackout Continues
March 27, 2020

A Rohingya Coronavirus Catastrophe Looms if Their Internet Blackout Continues

By Sirazul Islam
Leaving the group cut off from the outside world leaves them especially vulnerable to COVID-19.

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