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The Pandemic Hit Asia’s Garment Workers Especially Hard
February 19, 2022

The Pandemic Hit Asia’s Garment Workers Especially Hard

By Ana Salvá
NGOs say that Cambodian and Bangladeshi workers in the industry have faced worsening work conditions since COVID-19.

Can the US Follow up on Blinken’s Pacific Islands Outreach?
February 18, 2022

Can the US Follow up on Blinken’s Pacific Islands Outreach?

By Patricia O'Brien
With Blinken's trip to Fiji, the Biden administration wanted to signal a renewed focus on the Pacific Islands. It will take more than one trip to make that message stick.
Chinese Olympians Balance Politics and Sport
February 17, 2022

Chinese Olympians Balance Politics and Sport

By Patrick Beyrer
Chinese athletes must navigate not only their chosen sports but also CCP redlines, online nationalism, and corporate demands.  

Seeking Higher Ground: Climate Resilience in the Maldives
February 16, 2022

Seeking Higher Ground: Climate Resilience in the Maldives

By Nicholas Muller
Maldivians cannot wait much longer for durable solutions to the threats posed by climate change.

What a 19-Year-Old Study Tells Us About China’s J-20
February 15, 2022

What a 19-Year-Old Study Tells Us About China’s J-20

By Rick Joe
A study from 2003 – now available in exclusive English translation – contains important insights on China’s fifth-generation (and beyond) fighter development.

The Limits of #MeToo in Sri Lanka
February 15, 2022

The Limits of #MeToo in Sri Lanka

By Devana Senanayake
Years after an explosion of accusations centered on the media industry, the movement has not had any lasting effects in Sri Lanka.

China’s Push to Advance Rural Revitalization
February 12, 2022

China’s Push to Advance Rural Revitalization

By Genevieve Donnellon-May
Xi is promoting a new vision to tackle long-standing problems like the rural-urban divide, food security, and poverty.
African Opportunities in China-Africa Relations
February 11, 2022

African Opportunities in China-Africa Relations

By Ndidi Akahara
African countries have the agency to use relations with China to their own advantage. Whether African leaders will use their power to benefit their people is another question.

Is the Taliban’s Campaign Against the Islamic State Working?
February 10, 2022

Is the Taliban’s Campaign Against the Islamic State Working?

By Franz J. Marty
The Taliban claim to have defeated the self-declared Islamic State’s Afghan chapter, but exclusive information obtained by The Diplomat indicates that its success is not what it seems.

Why Won’t Vietnam Teach the History of the Sino-Vietnamese War?
February 09, 2022

Why Won’t Vietnam Teach the History of the Sino-Vietnamese War?

By Travis Vincent
Vietnam is reluctant to include the 1979 conflict in history textbooks, continuing a decades-long silence.

Nepal’s Fierce MCC Debate
February 08, 2022

Nepal’s Fierce MCC Debate

By Biswas Baral
How did a grant from the United States turn into a years-long political battle in Kathmandu?
The US Is Squandering Its COFA Advantage in the Pacific
February 08, 2022

The US Is Squandering Its COFA Advantage in the Pacific

By Patricia O'Brien
The Compacts of Free Association (COFA) between the U.S. and the Marshall Islands, Micronesia, and Palau touch on nearly every U.S. national priority. So why are renegotiations stuck in limbo?

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