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Sukhoi Plans for Su-57 Stealth Fighter Deliveries in 2020
April 06, 2020

Sukhoi Plans for Su-57 Stealth Fighter Deliveries in 2020

By Franz-Stefan Gady
The Russian Aerospace Forces will begin receiving the Su-57 this year, according to Sukhoi Corporation.
How Will the Historic Southern Thailand Insurgency Coronavirus Ceasefire Affect Peace and Conflict?
April 06, 2020

How Will the Historic Southern Thailand Insurgency Coronavirus Ceasefire Affect Peace and Conflict?

By Prashanth Parameswaran
While the development is a notable and encouraging one, how it will impact the insurgency’s future dynamics is less clear.

Japan’s Prime Minister to Declare State of Emergency as Early as Tuesday
April 06, 2020

Japan’s Prime Minister to Declare State of Emergency as Early as Tuesday

By Associated Press
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said that he will declare a state of emergency for Tokyo and six other prefectures, but that there will be no hard lockdowns.

Indonesia and COVID-19: Living Dangerously Once Again
April 06, 2020

Indonesia and COVID-19: Living Dangerously Once Again

By Will Doran
For the third time, Indonesia faces a critical inflection point amid several converging crises.

The Philippines’ Coronavirus Lockdown Is Becoming a Crackdown
April 03, 2020

The Philippines’ Coronavirus Lockdown Is Becoming a Crackdown

By Nick Aspinwall
Curfew violators, poor and displaced residents, activists, and alleged “fake news” disseminators are facing arrest and persecution as they accuse authorities of failing to provide relief.
Will the COVID-19 Crisis Spell the End of Cambodia’s Hun Sen?
April 02, 2020

Will the COVID-19 Crisis Spell the End of Cambodia’s Hun Sen?

By David Hutt
COVID-19 may not topple Cambodia’s Hun Sen, but its shockwaves could spark the beginning of the end of his rule.

Thailand Imposes New Coronavirus Curfew
April 02, 2020

Thailand Imposes New Coronavirus Curfew

By Associated Press
Thailand's prime minister announced a nationwide night curfew starting Friday to combat the spread of the coronavirus.
Singapore’s COVID-19 General Elections
April 02, 2020

Singapore’s COVID-19 General Elections

By Bilveer Singh
How COVID-19 will influence Singapore’s soon to be held 2020 general elections?

Women in Vanuatu Vie for a Presence in Parliament
April 02, 2020

Women in Vanuatu Vie for a Presence in Parliament

By Joshua Mcdonald
Vanuatu is one of three nations with no women in parliament. 17 female candidates are hoping to change that.

Elections in the Time of COVID-19
April 02, 2020

Elections in the Time of COVID-19

By Jenna Gibson
South Korea’s ruling party hopes to maintain its control of the legislature in upcoming election.

The Idea of India—And a Transition Toward Violent, Exclusionary Nationalism
April 02, 2020

The Idea of India—And a Transition Toward Violent, Exclusionary Nationalism

By Nazir Ahmad and Muneeb Yousuf
What the nation meant for Tagore, Gandhi, and Nehru differs from what it means for the BJP and RSS.
Japan Rejects Lockheed Martin Plans for Next-Generation Fighter Aircraft
April 02, 2020

Japan Rejects Lockheed Martin Plans for Next-Generation Fighter Aircraft

By Franz-Stefan Gady
The Japanese Ministry of Defense has rejected proposals by foreign manufacturers to develop a new fighter aircraft, according to a government spokesperson.

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