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Turn in the Two-Faced: The Plight of Uyghur Intellectuals
October 12, 2018
Turn in the Two-Faced: The Plight of Uyghur Intellectuals
China’s fight against Uyghur intellectuals in the name of 'two-facedness.'
Turn in the Two-Faced: The Plight of Uyghur Intellectuals
Who Can Be Pakistani?
October 11, 2018
Who Can Be Pakistani?
Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan set off a fiery debate when he suggested citizenship for Afghan refugees.
Who Can Be Pakistani?
Kashmir’s Unwanted Elections
October 03, 2018
Kashmir’s Unwanted Elections
Threats and boycotts cast a long shadow over upcoming local elections in Indian Kashmir.
Kashmir’s Unwanted Elections
The Maldives’ New Government: Mission Impossible?
October 01, 2018
The Maldives’ New Government: Mission Impossible?
From reframing ties with China to advancing Maldivian democracy, Ibrahim Mohamed Solih has a hard road ahead.
The Maldives’ New Government: Mission Impossible?
Meet the First African-Pakistani Lawmaker
September 28, 2018
Meet the First African-Pakistani Lawmaker
Tanzeela Qambrani’s election has deep ramifications for the Sheedi minority and Pakistani society.
Meet the First African-Pakistani Lawmaker
Sharia Is Here to Stay in Indonesia’s Aceh
September 27, 2018
Sharia Is Here to Stay in Indonesia’s Aceh
Even an attempt just to hold Sharia-dictated canings in private was ultimately unsuccessful.
Sharia Is Here to Stay in Indonesia’s Aceh
Duterte’s Media War in the Philippines
September 24, 2018
Duterte’s Media War in the Philippines
The lack of justice in the Maguindanao Massacre underscores Duterte's contempt for journalists.
Duterte’s Media War in the Philippines
Chitral: A Portrait of Sectarian Tension in Pakistan
September 20, 2018
Chitral: A Portrait of Sectarian Tension in Pakistan
Far from the headlines, a district in KP provides worrying evidence of a rise in religious hatred.
Chitral: A Portrait of Sectarian Tension in Pakistan
Imran Khan: High Hopes, Greater Expectations
September 05, 2018
Imran Khan: High Hopes, Greater Expectations
Imran Khan is hitting controversies early exactly because his supporters expect so much from his government.
Imran Khan: High Hopes, Greater Expectations
6 Km From China, Taiwan's Kinmen Charts Its Own Path
September 04, 2018
6 Km From China, Taiwan's Kinmen Charts Its Own Path
As Taiwan pushes to distance itself from China, Kinmen Island wants to build a bridge to Xiamen and “become a peninsula.”
6 Km From China, Taiwan's Kinmen Charts Its Own Path
Facebook May Have Doomed the Political Career of Myanmar’s Top General
August 31, 2018
Facebook May Have Doomed the Political Career of Myanmar’s Top General
A Facebook ban on Senior General Min Aung Hlaing will have major ramifications.
Facebook May Have Doomed the Political Career of Myanmar’s Top General
What Happened to Australia’s Liberal Party?
August 29, 2018
What Happened to Australia’s Liberal Party?
The party’s internal meltdown is rooted in the tensions inherent to its liberal and conservative roots.
What Happened to Australia’s Liberal Party?
Leadership Turmoil Rocks Australia
August 22, 2018
Leadership Turmoil Rocks Australia
Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull barely survives a leadership challenge from within his party.
Leadership Turmoil Rocks Australia
A New Era for Hun Sen’s Cambodia?
August 17, 2018
A New Era for Hun Sen’s Cambodia?
The election outcome all but completes the country’s transition to a one-party state.
A New Era for Hun Sen’s Cambodia?
Assam’s ‘Miya’: Proving You Are Indian
August 15, 2018
Assam’s ‘Miya’: Proving You Are Indian
How India’s National Register of Citizens alienates Assam’s Bengali-speaking Muslims.
Assam’s ‘Miya’: Proving You Are Indian
How Xi Jinping is Shaping China’s Universities
August 10, 2018
How Xi Jinping is Shaping China’s Universities
The Chinese Communist Party’s intellectual colonization of universities may prove to be a costly endeavor.
How Xi Jinping is Shaping China’s Universities
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