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A Budding Partnership: The Growth of Japanese–Bangladeshi Politico-Strategic Ties

On Nov. 11, 2023, the 14.3-km long channel of the Matarbari deep-sea port and the first unit of the 1,200 MW Matarbari coal-fired power...

A High Wind in Argentina

Argentina has come of age. For over a quarter-of-a-century it had remained hostage to left-wing protectionist politics.  Nothing wrong being true to one specific...

Chinese Foreign Minister’s Visit to the US: A Thrust on Strengthening China-US Bilateral Diplomacy

On Nov. 15, President Joseph R. Biden, Jr. convened a Summit with President Xi Jinping of the People’s Republic of China (PRC) in Woodside,...

Germany’s “Change Through Trade” Fallacy With China

Germany’s Economy Minister Peter Altmaier confirmed last week what many pundits suspected: German officials still firmly believe Beijing will make progressive reforms if Europe...

Yemen Crisis: A Vortex of Death and Destruction

The political crisis ignited by the conflict which began in 2014 in Yemen, the poorest country in the Middle East, has dealt a big...

What Does It Mean If Europe Is No Longer “Naïve” About China?

Naïve is becoming something of a buzzword for European leaders to describe why it is only now that they can see there might be...

Why China Increases Its Cambodia Engagement Despite COVID-19

Amid the pandemic, Cambodia-China relations have soared to new heights as both countries are building a community of shared future together. This year marks the...

How “Strategic Diplomacy” May Help Southeast Asian Countries in the Midst of COVID-19

The COVID-19 crisis has brought about many changes to the world, some are most apparent in those strategically important regions like Southeast Asia. As...

India Boosts Connectivity in South Asia Amid Tensions With Sri Lanka and Nepal

The recent diplomatic and political issues between India and its two neighbors, Sri Lanka and Nepal have strained India’s capabilities of becoming an effective...

ASEAN, China and Japan: A Complex Triangle

For the period between January and June 2020, bilateral trade of the Association of South East Asian Nations (ASEAN) with China was estimated at...

ASEAN and the US Need to Converge Against the Rising Chinese Storm

On June 26, 2020, the Association of the Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) issued a joint statement in the 36th ASEAN summit under the chairmanship...

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A Budding Partnership: The Growth of Japanese–Bangladeshi Politico-Strategic Ties

On Nov. 11, 2023, the 14.3-km long channel of...

A High Wind in Argentina

Argentina has come of age. For over a quarter-of-a-century...

Chinese Foreign Minister’s Visit to the US: A Thrust on Strengthening China-US Bilateral Diplomacy

On Nov. 15, President Joseph R. Biden, Jr. convened...

European Leaders Failed the Palestinians

Over the past weeks, the crisis in the Middle...

Is India’s New Gender Quota Bill an Empty Promise?

The Indian parliament passed a historic bill that necessitates...