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Nixon Goes to China: The Wider Impact
February 25, 2022

Nixon Goes to China: The Wider Impact

By Bonnie Girard
Beyond its seismic implications for China-U.S. relations, the rapprochement reshaped politics across the Asia-Pacific – and beyond.

Cambodia and Malaysia Try to Resolve Their Differences
February 25, 2022

Cambodia and Malaysia Try to Resolve Their Differences

By Luke Hunt
“Frank and candid” talks held as Olympic-sized global issues take hold.
India’s ‘Neutrality’ on the Ukraine Conflict Could Hurt It in the Long Run
February 25, 2022

India’s ‘Neutrality’ on the Ukraine Conflict Could Hurt It in the Long Run

By Sudha Ramachandran
New Delhi has been silent on Russia’s actions in Ukraine so far.

Why Is the Indo-Pacific Important for Europe?
February 25, 2022

Why Is the Indo-Pacific Important for Europe?

By Rajeswari Pillai Rajagopalan
A proactive Europe is welcomed by many in the Indo-Pacific, a reality highlighted by a recent ministerial forum focused on cooperation in the region.

China’s Relationship With Argentina Goes Far Beyond the Falklands/Malvinas Dispute
February 25, 2022

China’s Relationship With Argentina Goes Far Beyond the Falklands/Malvinas Dispute

By Osaru Omosigho
The focus on China’s support for Argentina in the territorial dispute overshadows more important parts of the relationship, especially in trade and finance.

Interpreting China’s Policy Toward the Russia-Ukraine Crisis
February 24, 2022

Interpreting China’s Policy Toward the Russia-Ukraine Crisis

By Zi Yang
Beijing has no interest in getting caught in the crossfire between Russia and the West.

How Will New Zealand Respond to Russia’s Ukraine Invasion?
February 24, 2022

How Will New Zealand Respond to Russia’s Ukraine Invasion?

By Geoffrey Miller
The lack of an autonomous sanctions regime will limit Wellington's options in the crisis.
Uzbekistan Seeks Information On Citizens Still Detained After Kazakhstan’s January Unrest
February 24, 2022

Uzbekistan Seeks Information On Citizens Still Detained After Kazakhstan’s January Unrest

By Catherine Putz
Uzbekistan sent a second note to Kazakhstan about the Uzbek citizens who remain in detention after having been rounded up during the January unrest.

Amid Ukraine Crisis, Japan Toughens Stance on Russia
February 24, 2022

Amid Ukraine Crisis, Japan Toughens Stance on Russia

By Thisanka Siripala
Japan’s sanctions on Russia could spell the end of previous efforts to resolve the long-standing territorial dispute. 

Why Have Southeast Asian Governments Stayed Silent Over Ukraine?
February 23, 2022

Why Have Southeast Asian Governments Stayed Silent Over Ukraine?

By Sebastian Strangio
The region should be concerned about the baneful precedent set by the Russian invasion of the Donbas.

How Did Kazakhstan Give Up the Bomb?
February 23, 2022

How Did Kazakhstan Give Up the Bomb?

By Catherine Putz
In a new book, Togzhan Kassenova tells the complex story of Kazakhstan’s nuclear era and the decisions that brought it to an end.
Pakistan’s Imran Khan Heads to Russia Amid Ukraine Invasion Fears
February 23, 2022

Pakistan’s Imran Khan Heads to Russia Amid Ukraine Invasion Fears

By Associated Press
The crisis in Ukraine threatens to overshadow the first trip to Russia by a Pakistani prime minister in 23 years.

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