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Pakistan’s Lost Hope of Civilian Supremacy
January 14, 2020

Pakistan’s Lost Hope of Civilian Supremacy

By Daud Khattak
When Pakistan's opposition joined forces with the government to extend General Bajwa's term as army chief, it was a blow to pro-democracy activists.
Thailand: Thousands Run Against Dictatorship in Big Political Demonstration
January 14, 2020

Thailand: Thousands Run Against Dictatorship in Big Political Demonstration

By Associated Press
A protest in the Thai capital over the weekend constituted one of the biggest political demonstrations of its kind in years.

What Does Xi Jinping’s First Visit Mean for China-Myanmar Relations?
January 13, 2020

What Does Xi Jinping’s First Visit Mean for China-Myanmar Relations?

By Prashanth Parameswaran
While Xi’s first trip to the country as president will be long on deliverables, they will belie more complex realities undergirding overall ties.

Australian Bushfires: A Government in Disarray
January 13, 2020

Australian Bushfires: A Government in Disarray

By Joshua Mcdonald
PM Morrison has two options: confront the far-right elements within his government or forever be linked to Australia’s climate decline.

What Are Singapore’s Domestic Priorities for 2020?
January 10, 2020

What Are Singapore’s Domestic Priorities for 2020?

By Siow Yue Chia
A look at some of the key issues confronting the Southeast Asian state this year and beyond.
India’s Top Court Orders Review of All Curbs in Kashmir
January 10, 2020

India’s Top Court Orders Review of All Curbs in Kashmir

By Associated Press
The review includes the suspension of internet service in the region, which has been ongoing for months.

As Violence Soars, Time Runs out for Afghan Interpreters
January 10, 2020

As Violence Soars, Time Runs out for Afghan Interpreters

By Associated Press
19,000 Afghan interpreters are still waiting for the State Department to decide their fate.
Taiwan Candidates Rally as KMT Official Accused of Attempting to Bribe Chinese Defector
January 10, 2020

Taiwan Candidates Rally as KMT Official Accused of Attempting to Bribe Chinese Defector

By Nick Aspinwall
Wang Liqiang, the self-proclaimed Chinese spy, reportedly received death threats in an attempt to coerce him to recant his allegations and falsely implicate Taiwan’s DPP in corruption.

What Does Taiwan’s Public Think About Election Interference From China?
January 10, 2020

What Does Taiwan’s Public Think About Election Interference From China?

By Timothy S. Rich, Madelynn Einhorn, Isabel Eliassen, Carolyn Brueggemann, and Alexandrea Pike-Goff
Polling shows Taiwanese interpret China's interference and disinformation campaigns through partisan lens.

Foreign Bribery Scandal Muddies Japan’s Casino Legalization Gamble
January 10, 2020

Foreign Bribery Scandal Muddies Japan’s Casino Legalization Gamble

By Mina Pollmann
Six Japanese politicians are under fire for taking bribes from a Chinese company interested in opening a casino in Japan.

A Gloomy Outlook for Thailand in 2020
January 10, 2020

A Gloomy Outlook for Thailand in 2020

By Erin Cook
The outlook for the year looks quite dim for the country due to a string of external and internal developments.
Secret Trial Hands Ex-Uzbek Diplomat Sentence for Treason
January 09, 2020

Secret Trial Hands Ex-Uzbek Diplomat Sentence for Treason

By Catherine Putz
The unfolding of Yusupov's case stands in direct contrast with the Uzbek government’s professions of progress and reform.

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