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The Debate is our home for the best opinions from around Asia. Whether it is negotiating with Iran, responding to North Korean provocations, discussing Japan's looming demographic issues, or considering the new balance of power in the Asia-Pacific, some of the region's leading thinkers offer their take.

It’s Time to Put the DOJ’s China Initiative on Trial
February 18, 2022

It’s Time to Put the DOJ’s China Initiative on Trial

By Dai Huizhong
The DOJ's efforts to combat Chinese espionage have not made America safer -- quite the opposite.

Building a Just Peace for Women in Pakistan’s Tribal Belt
February 18, 2022

Building a Just Peace for Women in Pakistan’s Tribal Belt

By Shehryar Fazli
The renewed militancy prompted by the Taliban takeover of Afghanistan threatens hard-won gains for the women of northwest Pakistan.
The UN Shouldn’t Let the Olympics’ Celebration of Uyghur Repression Go Unchallenged
February 17, 2022

The UN Shouldn’t Let the Olympics’ Celebration of Uyghur Repression Go Unchallenged

By Sophie Richardson
Where is the U.N. High Commissioner for Human Rights’ report detailing human rights violations against Uyghurs?

ASEAN Can Still Make a Difference in Myanmar
February 15, 2022

ASEAN Can Still Make a Difference in Myanmar

By Marzuki Drusman
The foreign ministers’ meeting this week must seize the moment and return ASEAN to the more principled course it had begun to take before the New Year.

Pakistan Continues to Exhibit Gory ‘Islamophobia’ Against Ahmadis
February 14, 2022

Pakistan Continues to Exhibit Gory ‘Islamophobia’ Against Ahmadis

By Kunwar Khuldune Shahid
Pakistan is indubitably more phobic of the Ahmadiyya sect, and their interpretation of Islam, than most of the states that Khan vocally deems “Islamophobic.”

As COVID-19 Crashes Across Solomon Islands, Vaccines Must Be Available to All
February 12, 2022

As COVID-19 Crashes Across Solomon Islands, Vaccines Must Be Available to All

By Clement Manuri
If we want Solomon Islanders to have a safe future, our people must embrace vaccinations everywhere, on all islands, from the coast to the mountains and the valleys.

The Philippines’ COVID-19 Response Has Left the Most Vulnerable Behind
February 11, 2022

The Philippines’ COVID-19 Response Has Left the Most Vulnerable Behind

By Yvonne Su and Sivakamy Thayaalan
Far from being a "great leveler," the pandemic is much more likely to impact socioeconomically disadvantaged communities.
Addressing the Southeast Asian Food Security Vulnerabilities Exposed by COVID-19
February 10, 2022

Addressing the Southeast Asian Food Security Vulnerabilities Exposed by COVID-19

By Mark S. Cogan and Paul D. Scott
The pandemic has highlighted just how precarious the region's food supplies are.

An Urgent Need for Justice: Expediting the International Criminal Court’s Afghanistan Investigation 
February 09, 2022

An Urgent Need for Justice: Expediting the International Criminal Court’s Afghanistan Investigation 

By Mahir Hazim
Given the Taliban’s atrocities, past and present, there’s an urgent need for the ICC to move more quickly in the pursuit of justice.

Bhasan Char and Refugee ‘Warehousing’
February 08, 2022

Bhasan Char and Refugee ‘Warehousing’

By Hanh Nguyen and Themba Lewis
Bangladesh’s relocation of Rohingya refugees has disturbing parallels to offshore detention of refugees elsewhere in the Asia-Pacific region.

India Needs to Get Serious About the Crisis in Myanmar
February 04, 2022

India Needs to Get Serious About the Crisis in Myanmar

By Gautam Mukhopadhaya
The political landscape in the country has shifted. New Delhi now needs to adjust its own approach.
Catholicism’s Overlooked Importance in Asia
February 04, 2022

Catholicism’s Overlooked Importance in Asia

By Bernardo Brown and Michel Chambon
Catholicism – whether embraced or rejected – has played a crucial role in defining identity in Asia.

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