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70 Years of Separation: The Families Who Remain Divided by the Korean War
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.
Remembering Japan’s Colonial Abuses Against Koreans on Hashima Island
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.

Keeping a Bad Deal at All Costs: US Moral Failure in Afghanistan
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.

A New Chapter in Uzbekistan’s Cotton Sector?
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.

China’s Media Influence Has Gone Global. So Has the Pushback.
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.
Black Lives Matter Should Be a Wake-Up Call for India
June 17, 2020

Black Lives Matter Should Be a Wake-Up Call for India

By StoriesAsia
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.

How to Save Diplomacy With North Korea
June 16, 2020

How to Save Diplomacy With North Korea

By Daniel R. DePetris
If the United States hopes to get anywhere with North Korea, it needs to stop following the old playbook and move denuclearization to the side.
Before the Tiananmen Massacre, Uyghurs Led Their Own Protest
June 16, 2020

Before the Tiananmen Massacre, Uyghurs Led Their Own Protest

By Dolkun Isa
Remembering the 1988 demonstration that changed the course of the Uyghur rights movement.

After COVID-19, It’s Time for Washington to Embrace a Bolder Taiwan Strategy
June 13, 2020

After COVID-19, It’s Time for Washington to Embrace a Bolder Taiwan Strategy

By Craig Singleton
The time has come for a rethink of U.S. Taiwan policy.

Banning Chinese Students Won’t Safeguard US National Security
June 12, 2020

Banning Chinese Students Won’t Safeguard US National Security

By Connor Fairman
A proposed ban would not only fail to address the main avenue of Chinese espionage, it will also hurt U.S. universities.

It’s Time to Stop the Chinese Communist Party’s Shadow Campaign for Power at the United Nations
June 11, 2020

It’s Time to Stop the Chinese Communist Party’s Shadow Campaign for Power at the United Nations

By Michael McCaul
The CCP poses a significant long-term national security and economic threat to the U.S. and our allies.
What Taipei Can Teach Local Leaders Elsewhere About Democratic Governance
June 10, 2020

What Taipei Can Teach Local Leaders Elsewhere About Democratic Governance

By Ko Wen-je and Chris Li
Where would Taiwan’s success be without Taipei?

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