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Relief Agencies Should Push for Independent Access to Myanmar’s Rakhine State
September 10, 2021

Relief Agencies Should Push for Independent Access to Myanmar’s Rakhine State

By Laetitia Van Den Assum and Kyaw Hsan Hlaing
Since the February coup, the Arakan Army has reportedly gained effective control of 75 percent of the state's townships.
Uzbekistan Should Do More to Help Afghans
September 08, 2021

Uzbekistan Should Do More to Help Afghans

By Mihra Rittman and Hugh Williamson
Tashkent has assisted Western countries in evacuating some Afghans, but Uzbekistan can and should do more. 

Rebooting the Japan-US Alliance
September 08, 2021

Rebooting the Japan-US Alliance

By Kenzo Fujisue
With economy increasingly becoming the new decisive battlespace in the looming China-U.S. Cold War, the alliance needs an urgent reboot.

Ahead of Hong Kong Elections, Companies Must Act to Protect Digital Rights
September 07, 2021

Ahead of Hong Kong Elections, Companies Must Act to Protect Digital Rights

By Angeli Datt and Isabel Linzer
The private sector may be forced to choose between enabling and resisting state repression.

Hostage Diplomacy Is Against China’s Interests
September 05, 2021

Hostage Diplomacy Is Against China’s Interests

By Susana Malcorra
Normalized relations between China and the West should not be taken for granted. The fates of the two Michaels are test cases for the direction Beijing chooses.
Afghanistan Shows White Privilege in Action on the Geopolitical Stage
September 03, 2021

Afghanistan Shows White Privilege in Action on the Geopolitical Stage

By Chandran Nair
Western exceptionalism and privilege have long been entrenched in geopolitics – and war.

Rohingya Refugee Children Are Being Denied an Education
September 03, 2021

Rohingya Refugee Children Are Being Denied an Education

By Habibu Rahman
The only education accessible to children in the world’s largest refugee settlement is provided by a network of unsupported community-based Rohingya schools.
On Day of the Disappeared, US Has Eyes on Bangladesh
September 02, 2021

On Day of the Disappeared, US Has Eyes on Bangladesh

By Carolyn Nash
The Tom Lantos Human Rights Commission held a hearing on increasing use of enforced disappearance to silence dissent, undermine independent media, and intimidate human rights advocates in Bangladesh.

The World Must Act to Avert a Humanitarian Catastrophe in Afghanistan
September 02, 2021

The World Must Act to Avert a Humanitarian Catastrophe in Afghanistan

By Mary-Ellen McGroarty
An even greater tide of hunger is at Afghanistan’s doorstep as food supplies dwindle and prices soar. 

The Taliban Takeover in Afghanistan: Who Is Really to Blame?
September 02, 2021

The Taliban Takeover in Afghanistan: Who Is Really to Blame?

By Rajeev Agarwal
The U.S. is far from blameless, but it is not solely responsible for the Taliban's rapid takeover.

Why Is Thailand’s Chulalongkorn University Afraid of Academic Freedom?
September 01, 2021

Why Is Thailand’s Chulalongkorn University Afraid of Academic Freedom?

By Netiwit Chotiphatphaisal
At many Thai universities, academic freedom does not extend to searching criticisms of the political and economic status quo.
Why the Quad Needs to Improve Its Economic Game
August 30, 2021

Why the Quad Needs to Improve Its Economic Game

By Mukesh Aghi
Trade, investment, and supply chain security need to be high on the agenda of the four-nation grouping.

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