February 18, 2022
South Korea’s Presidential Election: The Big Picture
Karl Friedhoff, Sang Kim, and Lee Sook-Jong on the issues driving South Korea's big election, and the implications for Korean politics and society.
February 02, 2022
Cambodia as ASEAN Chair: What to Expect
Pou Sothirak, Elina Noor, and Aaron Connelly on the controversial start to Cambodia's year-long ASEAN chairmanship, and what might come next.
November 24, 2021
AUKUS’ Reception in the Indo-Pacific
Shihoko Goto, Manjari Chatterjee Miller, and Susannah Patton discuss the implications of AUKUS for countries in the region.
October 29, 2021
Can China and the US Cooperate on Climate Change?
Li Shuo, Jennifer Turner, and Alex Wang discuss the role of climate change in China-U.S. relations.
September 08, 2021
Where Does the China-India Border Dispute Stand?
Alka Acharya, M. Taylor Fravel, Lin Minwang, Lu Yang, and Sushant Singh discuss the state of the border today and the future of China-India relations.
August 10, 2021
Myanmar, Six Months After the Coup
Moe Thuzar, Khin Zaw Win, and Nicholas Coppel discuss the situation in Myanmar six months after the military seized power.
July 17, 2021
Where Did COVID-19 Come From?
Maciej Boni, Gigi Gronvall, and Yanzhong Huang discuss the investigation into COVID-19's origins: what we know and what we don't know.
July 03, 2021
China’s Social Credit System: Fact vs. Fiction
Jeremy Daum, Dai Xin, and Vincent Brussee address common myths and misperceptions about the social credit system.
June 02, 2021
What Happened at the Kyrgyz-Tajik Border?
Anahita Saymidinova, Madeleine Reeves, and Aigerim Turgunbaeva discuss the violence along the border and the long-term implications for both countries.
May 01, 2021
Is ASEAN Still Relevant?
By The Diplomat
Hoang Thi Ha, Ja Ian Chong, and Evan A. Laksmana discuss ASEAN's regional role amid the Myanmar crisis and China-U.S. tensions.
March 23, 2021
Ceasing Fire: India, Pakistan, and Elusive Peace in South Asia
By The Diplomat
Madiha Afzal, Michael Kugelman, and Asfandyar Mir discuss the surprise ceasefire and the long-term implications for South Asian peace.
March 15, 2021
Violence Follows New ‘Anti-Conversion’ Law in India’s Madhya Pradesh
By Harshita Rathore
Fears rise among religious minorities, especially Christians, in Madhya Pradesh as violence spikes following a controversial new law.