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The Burning of Jaffna Public Library: Sri Lanka’s First Step Toward Civil War
May 31, 2020

The Burning of Jaffna Public Library: Sri Lanka’s First Step Toward Civil War

By Thamil Venthan Ananthavinayagan
The events of 39 years ago set the stage for Sri Lanka’s civil war – and still echo today.

COVID-19 and Trust in the Chinese Government: What Do We Actually Know?
May 29, 2020

COVID-19 and Trust in the Chinese Government: What Do We Actually Know?

By Allison Quatrini
We need to be cautious about survey data exploring the Chinese public's attitudes toward their government.
Pandemic Adds New Threat for Rohingyas in Myanmar
May 28, 2020

Pandemic Adds New Threat for Rohingyas in Myanmar

By Param-Preet Singh and Nadia Hardman
Burmese authorities are using COVID-19 response measures as a pretext to harass and extort Rohingyas.

Forget About a ‘New’ Cold War. The Old One Never Ended.
May 27, 2020

Forget About a ‘New’ Cold War. The Old One Never Ended.

By Francis P. Sempa
James Burnham and ‘The War We Are In’ with China.

Hong Kong and China’s National Security
May 26, 2020

Hong Kong and China’s National Security

By Jin Kai
Shouldn’t national security be universal and equal?

Can the International Solar Alliance Truly Be India’s ‘Gift to the World’?
May 22, 2020

Can the International Solar Alliance Truly Be India’s ‘Gift to the World’?

By Zerin Osho
Solar-powered vaccine logistics may present an important opportunity for the ISA amid the global pandemic.

A Ceasefire for Eid, Peace, and Fighting COVID-19 in Afghanistan 
May 22, 2020

A Ceasefire for Eid, Peace, and Fighting COVID-19 in Afghanistan 

By M. Ashraf Haidari
Violence has continued in Afghanistan throughout the holy month of Ramadan. 
The Trump Administration Must Maintain America’s Indo-Pacific Basing Posture
May 19, 2020

The Trump Administration Must Maintain America’s Indo-Pacific Basing Posture

By Melinda Madden
With Japan, the administration stands to damage relations at precisely the wrong time.

COVID-19 in Afghanistan: Going Beyond a Ceasefire
May 18, 2020

COVID-19 in Afghanistan: Going Beyond a Ceasefire

By Ben Francis
A ceasefire is necessary to give all Afghans the best possible chance of defeating their common enemy: COVID-19. But there are limitations.

Pakistan Discovers the High Cost of Chinese Investment
May 18, 2020

Pakistan Discovers the High Cost of Chinese Investment

By Hussain Haqqani
A new report sheds light on the true costs of the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor for Pakistan.

Kazakhstan-ASEAN Relations: Prospects for Greater Engagement
May 15, 2020

Kazakhstan-ASEAN Relations: Prospects for Greater Engagement

By Paradorn Rangsimaporn
Kazakhstan’s central role in China’s BRI and membership in the EAEU present new opportunities for stronger relations between Kazakhstan and ASEAN.
Facebook’s Apology for its Role in Sri Lanka’s Anti-Muslim Riots Should Spark Change
May 15, 2020

Facebook’s Apology for its Role in Sri Lanka’s Anti-Muslim Riots Should Spark Change

By Tasnim Nazeer
Facebook’s failure to remove hate speech and disinformation during the 2018 riots resulted in spurring on the deadly violence.

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