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Timor-Leste: Between Dreadful Past and Hopeful Future
September 06, 2019

Timor-Leste: Between Dreadful Past and Hopeful Future

By Luke Hunt
20 years after the holding of a UN-backed referendum, there remains much work to do in Timor-Leste.
Why the Mutually Assured Destruction Rhetoric in Hong Kong Is Dangerous
September 06, 2019

Why the Mutually Assured Destruction Rhetoric in Hong Kong Is Dangerous

By Brian Wong
To pull Hong Kong back from the edge, all potentially influential parties must act – with strategic savvy.

Duterte’s Fifth China Visit: Heavy on Promise, Light on Results
September 05, 2019

Duterte’s Fifth China Visit: Heavy on Promise, Light on Results

By Erin Cook
Duterte’s latest trip to China did little to ease concerns about his approach to Beijing.

Duterte Fires Philippines Prison Chief
September 05, 2019

Duterte Fires Philippines Prison Chief

By Jim Gomez
The president fired the government’s top prison official amid outcry over a mass prisoner release.

Why Does a Pakistani Islamist Party Want Imran Khan to Resign?
September 05, 2019

Why Does a Pakistani Islamist Party Want Imran Khan to Resign?

By Umair Jamal
Why the JUI-F’s dissent movement against the government is likely to fail.
Hong Kong Withdraws Extradition Bill That Sparked Protests
September 04, 2019

Hong Kong Withdraws Extradition Bill That Sparked Protests

By Katie Tam
Is it too little, too late?

What’s Next for Kem Sokha and Cambodia’s Opposition?
September 04, 2019

What’s Next for Kem Sokha and Cambodia’s Opposition?

By David Hutt
The anniversary of the Cambodian opposition leader’s detention this week raises questions about his future.
Protests in West Papua Escalate With Reports of Killings
September 03, 2019

Protests in West Papua Escalate With Reports of Killings

By Joshua Mcdonald
Tensions mount in Indonesia amid reports of killings during Papuan pro-independence protests.

Popular Support Grows for Indicted Nepali Journalist
September 03, 2019

Popular Support Grows for Indicted Nepali Journalist

By Peter Gill
Rabi Lamichhane’s show confronts corruption; a former employee’s suicide has stirred a firestorm.

Report: Solomon Islands ‘Clearly Leaning’ Toward Changing Recognition From Taipei to Beijing
September 03, 2019

Report: Solomon Islands ‘Clearly Leaning’ Toward Changing Recognition From Taipei to Beijing

By Ankit Panda
The Pacific Island state’s decision to switch would leave Taiwan with just 16 remaining diplomatic allies.

Revising Warsaw-New Delhi Ties After Indian the Foreign Minister’s Visit to Poland
September 03, 2019

Revising Warsaw-New Delhi Ties After Indian the Foreign Minister’s Visit to Poland

By Krzysztof Iwanek
India’s economic ties with Poland are not very strong, but relations have potential.
Terry Gou May Run for Taiwan’s President. What Does His Foxconn Record Tell Us?
August 31, 2019

Terry Gou May Run for Taiwan’s President. What Does His Foxconn Record Tell Us?

By Nick Aspinwall
Taiwan’s richest man is reportedly ready to declare his candidacy. Would he run the country like he ran his corporate empire?

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