US Says “Rules” Should Be “Enforced” in the South China Sea

    By Mark J. Valencia Feb. 19, 2019
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US Says “Rules” Should Be “Enforced” in the South China Sea
Security,Hotspots,Southeast Asia

US Says “Rules” Should Be “Enforced” in the South China Sea

US Chief of Naval Operations Admiral John Richardson met with senior Chinese military leaders in Beijing in January 2019. The discussions focused primarily on how to manage increasingly dangerous encounters between vessels and aircraft of the two navies.
By Mark J. Valencia   |  Feb.19, 2019  |  0 comments Read more...
Regional Cooperation over the Sanchi Incident: Review and Reflection
Environment,East Asia

Regional Cooperation over the Sanchi Incident: Review and Reflection

The Sanchi incident in January 2018 caused the first and largest ship-source condensate release in maritime history, and could potentially impose grave challenges to regional ocean environment.
By Xinyue Zhang  |  Feb.18, 2019  |  0 comments Read more...

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Rohingya Crisis Casts Shadow on Myanmar Investment Showcase
Politics,Economy,Southeast Asia

Rohingya Crisis Casts Shadow on Myanmar Investment Showcase

While speaking at the opening of the Invest Myanmar Summit in January 2019, State Counsellor Aung San Suu Kyi left no stone unturned in projecting Myanmar as an ideal investment destination.
By Tridivesh Singh Maini   |  Feb.13, 2019  |  0 comments Read more...
Can Tokyo and Seoul Afford to Drift Apart?
Politics,East Asia

Can Tokyo and Seoul Afford to Drift Apart?

The international media has been playing up difficulties between Tokyo and Seoul over a number of issues. Seoul is canceling the foundation set up by both countries in 2016 that promotes reconciliation and healing over the comfort women issue.
By Tai Wei Lim  |  Feb.12, 2019  |  0 comments Read more...
Packs Americana and India’s Afghanistan Redux
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Packs Americana and India’s Afghanistan Redux

Amongst the many peace processes that Afghanistan has seen in the recent years, the one that has been making the maximum noise is led by the US Special Representative for Afghanistan Reconciliation, Zalmay Khalilzad.
By Chayanika Saxena   |  Feb.11, 2019  |  0 comments Read more...
Is the Threat of China’s “Maritime Militia” Being Hyped?
Security,Hotspots,Southeast Asia

Is the Threat of China’s “Maritime Militia” Being Hyped?

A well-known Washington DC based think tank has widely disseminated its latest “revelation” regarding the “nefarious” activities and intentions of China’s fishing fleet in the disputed Spratlys.
By Mark J. Valencia  |  Feb.08, 2019  |  0 comments Read more...
Taiwan’s Economy Amidst the China-US Trade War
Economy,East Asia

Taiwan’s Economy Amidst the China-US Trade War

Taiwan’s economy strongly relies on exporting intermediate goods to China for final assembly. In the milieu of the escalating China-US trade war, if the US extends its tariff retaliation to ICT products, this could weigh down Taiwan’s export performance.
By Min-Hua Chiang   |  Feb.07, 2019  |  0 comments Read more...
Internal Divisions Will Appear in the UK after Brexit
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Internal Divisions Will Appear in the UK after Brexit

After Brexit, the UK will start to reorient its national position and divisions will happen between elites and grassroots as well as between England and other regions.
By Li Xue and He Liu  |  Feb.01, 2019  |  0 comments Read more...
Could Regional Diplomacy Stabilize Afghanistan?
Politics,Security,South Asia

Could Regional Diplomacy Stabilize Afghanistan?

The US, China, India, Iran and Russia want stability in Afghanistan. But their roles in any peace parleys will be shaped by their own national or regional interests. What are their concerns? If they could agree on a strategy, could they open the door to a stable Afghanistan?
By Anita Inder Singh   |  Jan.31, 2019  |  0 comments Read more...
Cambodia after the 2018 Election: The Issue of Legitimacy
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Cambodia after the 2018 Election: The Issue of Legitimacy

Following Cambodia’s national election in July 2018, there are a number of key challenges facing Prime Minister Hun Sen. He and his government need both internal and external political legitimacy to survive.
By Kimkong Heng  |  Jan.30, 2019  |  0 comments Read more...

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