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Continued Deterioration in Australia-China Relations Fuels Talk of Olympic Boycott
November 20, 2020

Continued Deterioration in Australia-China Relations Fuels Talk of Olympic Boycott

By Philip Citowicki
China's economic coercion against Australia is lending fuel to calls for a boycott of the Beijing 2022 Winter Olympics.
Solomon Islands Aims to Ban Facebook
November 20, 2020

Solomon Islands Aims to Ban Facebook

By Joshua Mcdonald
The ban, agreed upon by the Cabinet, hasn’t come into effect yet but the plan has drawn sharp criticism. 

Myanmar Must Do More to Protect Children from Sexual Violence
November 20, 2020

Myanmar Must Do More to Protect Children from Sexual Violence

By Nai Aue Mon and Maggi Quadrini
The country has taken steps to improve its legal framework, but gaps remain – and implementation remains sorely lacking.

Documentary Paints Bleak Picture of Pacific Islands Rugby
November 20, 2020

Documentary Paints Bleak Picture of Pacific Islands Rugby

By Associated Press
The film claims likens the treatment of professional Pacific Island rugby players to a new form of colonialism.

Responding to Central Vietnam’s Floods and Landslides
November 20, 2020

Responding to Central Vietnam’s Floods and Landslides

By Hugh Bohane
Local NGOs bring aid to flood and landslide-affected communities in Central Vietnam.
Sinhalese Leviathan: How Gotabaya Rajapaksa Is Remaking Sri Lanka
November 19, 2020

Sinhalese Leviathan: How Gotabaya Rajapaksa Is Remaking Sri Lanka

By Thamil Venthan Ananthavinayagan
With the Rajapaksa brothers at the helm, majoritarian politics threatens to morph into militant nationalism in Sri Lanka.

How Arnab Goswami Came to Embody Everything that Ails Indian Media
November 19, 2020

How Arnab Goswami Came to Embody Everything that Ails Indian Media

By Priyam Marik
The fire-breathing television anchor’s arrest and release earlier this month throws spotlight on the unhealthy nexus between politicians and journalists in India.
Uzbekistan: The Long Struggle for Freedom of Expression
November 19, 2020

Uzbekistan: The Long Struggle for Freedom of Expression

By Agnieszka Pikulicka-Wilczewska
Freedom of expression remains partial and fragile in Uzbekistan, but a limited recent opening may be impossible to reverse.

Rape Cases Surge in Nepal, Activists Question Death Penalty
November 18, 2020

Rape Cases Surge in Nepal, Activists Question Death Penalty

By Bansari Kamdar
While awareness about sexual violence in Nepal has increased, activists still face an uphill battle.

Whatever Happened to Gwadar University?
November 18, 2020

Whatever Happened to Gwadar University?

By Mariyam Suleman
Can a hashtag help bring back a promised opportunity for Gwadar, the famous port city of CPEC?

South Korea Faces Another Possible Outbreak of COVID-19
November 17, 2020

South Korea Faces Another Possible Outbreak of COVID-19

By Mitch Shin
With more than 200 newly confirmed cases per day recently, Seoul has strengthened social distancing yet again. 
Are Robot Dogs Coming to Your Street Anytime Soon? Probably Not.
November 17, 2020

Are Robot Dogs Coming to Your Street Anytime Soon? Probably Not.

By Abhijnan Rej
Robotics firm Boston Dynamics is changing hands again, highlighting the difficulties of commercializing all-terrain mobile robots.

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