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Don’t Force Europe to Choose Between the United States and China 
December 14, 2022

Don’t Force Europe to Choose Between the United States and China 

By Carisa Nietsche
Coercive diplomacy comes at a cost: It threatens to inject friction and erode trust in the transatlantic relationship.
Europe and ASEAN Should Work Together on Myanmar Crisis
December 13, 2022

Europe and ASEAN Should Work Together on Myanmar Crisis

By John Sifton
Neither the EU nor ASEAN can deal with the crisis in Myanmar alone, but together they can make a difference. 

ASEAN and the EU: Beyond the Summit, a Call for Action
December 13, 2022

ASEAN and the EU: Beyond the Summit, a Call for Action

By David McAllister and Daniel Caspary
As pioneering regional bodies in a disordered world, the Southeast Asian and European blocs have many areas of overlapping interest.

December 9 Is Uyghur Genocide Recognition Day
December 08, 2022

December 9 Is Uyghur Genocide Recognition Day

By Omer Kanat
One year on from a historic judgment on the Chinese government’s genocide, we cannot delay global action any longer.

US Policy Toward China Is Undermining Security for Communities in the Asia-Pacific
December 02, 2022

US Policy Toward China Is Undermining Security for Communities in the Asia-Pacific

By Kate Alexander and Colleen Moore
Addressing collective challenges such as climate change will require abandoning militarized approaches for cooperation and diplomacy.
Sovereignty, Forum Shopping, and the Case of the Sulu Sultanate’s Heirs
November 30, 2022

Sovereignty, Forum Shopping, and the Case of the Sulu Sultanate’s Heirs

By Karisma Putera Abd Rahman and Fikry A. Rahman
A French court's recent extortionate $15 billion commercial arbitration ruling against the Malaysian government has set a dangerous precedent.

China and Iran at the Tipping Point
November 29, 2022

China and Iran at the Tipping Point

By Maryam Nayeb Yazdi and Jianli Yang
The people of Iran and China are at a make-or-break point in their history, and the West’s values-based diplomacy is the key to their fate.
An Australia-Vietnam Partnership Could Erode China’s Monopoly on Rare Earths
November 21, 2022

An Australia-Vietnam Partnership Could Erode China’s Monopoly on Rare Earths

By Nicholas Basan
Australian money and technical know-how could unlock Vietnam's potential as a major producer of the critical minerals.

Making Siachen a Mountain of Climate Responsibility
November 19, 2022

Making Siachen a Mountain of Climate Responsibility

By Aarish U. Khan
Climate protection on the disputed glacier is important for both India and Pakistan – and could even jumpstart an improvement in their relationship.

The Malang Tragedy: What It Reveals About Indonesian Politics
November 18, 2022

The Malang Tragedy: What It Reveals About Indonesian Politics

By Rizal Ramli
The recent tragedy at Kanjuruhan Stadium reflects a much larger question of power and accountability.

Malaysia’s Political Parties Neglect Youth At Their Own Peril
November 17, 2022

Malaysia’s Political Parties Neglect Youth At Their Own Peril

By Brian R. Braun
For all the talk of the influx of first-time voters aged 18-20, the country's political parties have done little to appeal to them.
The Rift Between ASEAN and Myanmar’s Democracy Movement is Growing Wider
November 16, 2022

The Rift Between ASEAN and Myanmar’s Democracy Movement is Growing Wider

By Minn Tent Bo
Recent statements from senior Southeast Asian officials have demonstrated a lack of understanding of the country's conflict dynamics.

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