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Is ‘China’s Machiavelli’ Now Its Most Important Political Philosopher?
January 16, 2015

Is ‘China’s Machiavelli’ Now Its Most Important Political Philosopher?

By Ryan Mitchell
Xi Jinping quotes an ancient philosopher and offers possible insights into his political beliefs.
Sri Lanka: A Surprising Blow for Democracy
January 13, 2015

Sri Lanka: A Surprising Blow for Democracy

By Victor Robert Lee
Voters end an apparent slide towards dictatorship, and confound Beijing’s plans for the region.

A Turning Point in China’s Anti-Graft Campaign
January 11, 2015

A Turning Point in China’s Anti-Graft Campaign

By James Char
A key phase of the Chinese Communist Party’s anti-corruption campaign has concluded

What Now for Afghanistan?
January 11, 2015

What Now for Afghanistan?

By Tamim Asey
With the end of the war, the country faces an uncertain future.

Laos’ Holiday Crackdown
January 06, 2015

Laos’ Holiday Crackdown

By Luke Hunt
The government chose the holiday season to crack down on its ethnic Hmong population.
China, India and the Sri Lanka Elections
January 05, 2015

China, India and the Sri Lanka Elections

By Nitin A. Gokhale
India has ceded influence in Sri Lanka to China. Could the upcoming election change that?

Cambodia: The Political Significance of Local Government
December 24, 2014

Cambodia: The Political Significance of Local Government

By Phoak Kung
Cambodia’s ruling CPP could rebuild support if it helped local government be more effective.
What Now for Japan?
December 23, 2014

What Now for Japan?

By James Pach
Prime Minister Shinzo Abe wins reelection, but the policy challenges remain.

Modi Ushers in New Era for India
December 23, 2014

Modi Ushers in New Era for India

By Harsh V. Pant
An ambitious leader for an increasingly ambitious state.

Shinzo Abe’s New Mandate
December 20, 2014

Shinzo Abe’s New Mandate

By Kristin Surak
Abe’s win at the polls signals a democracy in disarray and a shift to a neo-nationalist agenda.

Abe's Post-Election Agenda for Japan
December 18, 2014

Abe's Post-Election Agenda for Japan

By Shannon Tiezzi
Dr. Sheila Smith on Japan's snap elections and the challenges facing Abe moving forward.
Can China’s Gwadar Port Dream Survive Local Ire?
December 17, 2014

Can China’s Gwadar Port Dream Survive Local Ire?

By Kiyya Baloch
China wants the Gwadar port, but impoverished locals have no interest in foreign meddling.

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