India can do much more to support the women, peace, and security agenda.
China’s economy might face additional headwinds from a possible public health crisis.
Russia’s invitation for India to link up with Eurasian Economic Union recalls the SCO expansion saga.
The history of Chinese immigrants in Puerto Rico is intertwined with American restrictions on Chinese immigration through 1965.
Afghanistan has made progress, but without a well-functioning government at the helm all those gains risk being lost.
A new virus from China is affecting South Korea economically and politically.
A closer look at Viettel’s forays in the 5G space and its potential implications for Vietnam’s broader approach.
A look at the significance of elite and mass opinion in ongoing regional dynamics.
Hong Kong’s autonomy is a complicated geopolitical issue involving great power competition.
The meeting is the first in years in a decades-old insurgency in Thaiand’s south.
A recent survey by Japan’s Cabinet Office has interesting implications for the push to welcome more foreign workers.
Politico reported that the Trump administration is considering expanding the controversial “travel ban” to seven more countries, including possibly Kyrgyzstan.
The festival of Grebeg Sudiro celebrates ethnic Chinese heritage in Indonesia, where such celebrations were banned under Suharto.
The Indian Supreme Court will hear arguments for and against the controversial citizenship law, which opponents say discriminates against Muslims.
Japan pursues diplomacy amid a tense situation.
Xi’s recent voyage to Myanmar spotlighted the broader question about whether some key regional states are getting more cautious in responding to Beijing’s initiative.
The trip produced a mixed outlook for New Delhi’s perceptions of Beijing’s inroads in the wider Indo-Pacific.
Meng Hongwei’s disappearance in 2018 highlighted the reach – and opacity – of China’s anti-corruption efforts.
Murager Alimuly and Qaster Musakhanuly were given one-year prison sentences, but a Kazakh court declined to deport them.
‘‘The law and its implementing regulation still lack implementation details on how to protect the legitimate rights and interests of foreign investors.’’
The CAA and NRC will echo across India’s borders, particularly in Bangladesh and Nepal.
The Chinese Communist Party’s international media influence campaign is expanding rapidly—and so is the world’s response.
Kashmir remains an open air prison, leaving people with no control over their lives.
What signals did the ceremony send about the substance of the deal?
Bhutan’s upper house of parliament is set to deliberate a bill that could decriminalize homosexuality in the country.
Protests began recently, but tensions over who gets to be Indian have persisted for decades.
The agreement spotlighted how both sides are managing the security aspect of their relationship.
7 years after an infamous rape and murder case, India has made little progress in preventing crimes against women.
The soft-launching of the project highlighted the country’s ongoing efforts to develop its capabilities.
The IMF said India’s slowing growth was the single biggest drag on its global growth forecast in the past two years.
Human rights continue to falter as the government claims to be writing a “new book” of prosperity for all citizens.
New Delhi and Paris have much to do in the year ahead.
By the 1890s, many Chinese immigrants had made their homes in Puerto Rico.
The statement follows a decision by the European parties to the JCPOA to invoke the agreement’s dispute resolution mechanism.
The K-4 will arm India’s ballistic missile submarines.
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Chinese authorities reported a sharp rise in the number of cases as they confirmed the disease can be spread between infected people.
The fighter jets of the new squadron are expected to be armed with the air-launched version of the BrahMos supersonic cruise missile.
Xi’s visit bolstered China-Myanmar ties, but the West can still compete.
Japan’s Prime Minister Shinzo Abe pledged Sunday to bolster his country’s role under its security pact with the U.S. in “outer space and cyberspace.”
The missile launch from a submerged platform off the coast of Andhra Pradesh took place on January 19.
Myanmar’s government seems eager to embrace China again; the public may have more reservations.
Thailand’s king presided over an oath-taking ceremony Saturday at an army base where almost 7,000 soldiers and police paraded to mark Armed Forces Day.
Recounting the disastrous end of Great Britain’s first invasion of Afghanistan.
Looking at the text, China’s commitments far outweigh the United States’. So why did Beijing sign on?
Can Jakarta cope with Chinese coercion in the South China Sea?
China’s growth continued to slow in 2019, but things might be looking up in 2020.
A court in Zharkent decided to not deport Tilek Tabarikuly, another ethnic Kazakh who escaped across the border with China.