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South-South cooperation has no alternative
South-South cooperation has no alternative

The need for enhancing multilateralism and strategic south-south exchange mechanisms. By Poppy S. Winanti and Rizky Alif Alfian. (10/03/2018)

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Lessons for Uzbekistan from ROK’s Development
Lessons for Uzbekistan from ROK’s Development

This paper explores whether the development miracle of the Republic of Korea holds any lessons that can be applied to the development of Uzbekistan in the post-Soviet era.  By Khumoyun Ak... Read More...



Refugee Crisis on Jeju Island Reveals the Pride and Prejudice of South Korea’s Ecstatic Populism
Refugee Crisis on Jeju Island Reveals the Pride and Prejudice of South Korea’s Ecstatic Populism

Xenophobia reveals itself from the Sourth Korean refugee issue on Jeju Island. By Won Min(Mark) Seo. (08/02/2018)

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The Dutch Model for Change
The Dutch Model for Change

How true leadership with regard to climate change may have an outstanding impact on the Asian world. By Dr. Wolfram Kalt. (07/31/2018)

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Looking East: What’s for Malaysia?
Looking East: What’s for Malaysia?

What lies ahead for Malaysia under Prime Minister Dr. Mahathir Mohammad? by Nik Luqman. (06/01/2018)

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Why is the Korean Reunification not to Work anytime soon?
Why is the Korean Reunification not to Work anytime soon?

Denuclearization of the Far East is a long way ahead.  By Prof. Anis H. Bajrektarevic. (05/24/2018)

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The North Korean Femme Fatale Duo As a Ma-Kim-avellian Strategy: Beware!
The North Korean Femme Fatale Duo As a Ma-Kim-avellian Strategy: Beware!

A closer look at Kim Jong-un’s charismatic younger sister, Kim Yo Jong.  By April Xiaoyi Xu. (05/08/2018)

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Airports, Air Traffic and Global Power Transition
Airports, Air Traffic and Global Power Transition

Air traffic measured by passenger volume could be a concrete proxy measure for ‘soft power’. By Mitali Patel. 05/01/2018

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Unified Korea – A stepchild of Asia
Unified Korea – A stepchild of Asia

Renewed diplomatic initiative in the Far East, and eventual geopolitical implication of eventual reunification of Koreas.By Prof. Joseph H. Chung. (04/24/2018)

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Paradise in Tears: Sinhalese-Muslim  Ethnic Tension in Sri Lanka
Paradise in Tears: Sinhalese-Muslim Ethnic Tension in Sri Lanka

The ongoing anti-Muslim riots in Sri Lanka and how the current problem emerged as a continuation of hard line Sinhalese extremism. By Punsara Amarasinghe. (03/14/2018)

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Sino-Indian Space Deterrence in South Asia: An Asymmetrical Paradox
Sino-Indian Space Deterrence in South Asia: An Asymmetrical Paradox

What lies ahead for space security in South Asia? By Adarsh Vijay. (02/26/2018)

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China’s Global Ambitions: The Belt and Road Initiative (BRI)
China’s Global Ambitions: The Belt and Road Initiative (BRI)

Implications of China's Belt Road Initiative (BRI). By Prof. Sohail Mahmood. (02/18/2018)

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ASEAN Shared - the EU twin from Asia: New memories, old wounds
ASEAN Shared - the EU twin from Asia: New memories, old wounds

ASEAN: examining the past and looking at the future. By Rattana Lao. (02/01/2018)

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Will President Joko Widodo Lead Indonesia for Another 5 Years?
Will President Joko Widodo Lead Indonesia for Another 5 Years?

A look at President Joko Widodo and his future prospects as leader of Indonesia. By Adritho Zaifar. (01/27/2018) 

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Position Paper on Rohingya Refugee Crisis
Position Paper on Rohingya Refugee Crisis

ASEAN should take more responsibility in settling the issue of Rohingya Refugee Crisis. By Adritho Zaifar. (01/08/2018)

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Cooperation: The Key to Strengthening ASEAN Security
Cooperation: The Key to Strengthening ASEAN Security

The road ahead for ASEAN states and the role of the Philippines in it.  By Anushka Kapahi. (12/02/2017)

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Is China being aggressive with India? A case study on Doklam
Is China being aggressive with India? A case study on Doklam

Analysis of China-India security relations, seen through the lens of Doklam. By Ashna Joy. (10/20/2017)

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Naval Convergence between Pakistan and Sri Lanka: Implications for India
Naval Convergence between Pakistan and Sri Lanka: Implications for India

What are the implications of newly developing naval diplomacy between Pakistan and Sri Lanka for India? By Dr. Adarsh Vijay. (09/14/2017)

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N Korea again: US caught napping, war a real threat
N Korea again: US caught napping, war a real threat

They say war is a sin, but sometimes, a necessary one. America must declare an all-out war in case all else fails. By Sartaj Chaudhary. (09/06/2017)

 

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Diamer Bhasha Dam: Islamabad’s Gambit with Beijing for Water Security
Diamer Bhasha Dam: Islamabad’s Gambit with Beijing for Water Security

Issues and complications surrounding Pakistan's Diamer Bhasha Dam. By Prof. Adarsh Vijay. (07/14/2017)

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Regional Security Architectures: Comparing Asia and Europe
Regional Security Architectures: Comparing Asia and Europe

Interview with Dr. Anis Bajrektarevic. (07/11/2017) First published by The Diplomat.

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Democratic Transitions: Narrated by the Elite
Democratic Transitions: Narrated by the Elite

A brief exploration of the ways elitist corruption undermines democratic transitions in Indonesia and the Philippines. By Sam Brooks. (06/29/2017)

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An “Asian Democracy” or a Quality Democracy?

Paper examines the divergence between the governments of Singapore and Malaysia and meaningful democracy. (06/08/2017)

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Spring 2017 IA Forum - Populism in the Digital Age and Cyber Security
Spring 2017 IA Forum - Populism in the Digital Age and Cyber Security

The Spring 2017 issue of International Affairs Forum is now available. This issue focuses on two topics: Populism in the Digital Age and Cyber Security, with interviews and essays from contributors... Read More...



Excerpt from Spring 2017 issue of IA Forum: Interview with Dr. Peter W. Singer
Excerpt from Spring 2017 issue of IA Forum: Interview with Dr. Peter W. Singer

In this excerpt from the Spring 2017 issue of International Affairs Forum, Dr. Peter W. Singer (New America Foundation) discusses cyber security issues including the Russian hack during the U.S. el... Read More...



South China Sea Ruling: The Need for a Firm Stance
South China Sea Ruling: The Need for a Firm Stance

Essay provides an analysis of the South China Sea dispute, focusing on the developments throughout the years. By Apala Chaturvedi. (05/31/2017)

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The Plight of Minority Groups
The Plight of Minority Groups

Essay analyzes human rights issues in Sri Lanka and Bhutan. By Sooyoung Hu. (05/29/2017)

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The China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC): The Political Economy Analyzed
The China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC): The Political Economy Analyzed

Analysis of CPEC and its implications to the political economy. By Dr. Sohail Mahmood. (05/08/2017)

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Deterring North Korea
Deterring North Korea

How should North Korean sabre rattling be dealth with? By Sartaj Chaudhary. (04/07/2017).  First appearing in The Tribune India.

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Paging Gov. Beasley: Will the World Food Program face a famine or flourish under American budget cut
Paging Gov. Beasley: Will the World Food Program face a famine or flourish under American budget cut

The WFP needs to flourish in these trying times to control world hunger and thirst. New Executive Director Gov. David Beasley needs to do just that. By M. Patel. (03/29/2017)

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