Singapore’s National Elections: Will a Pandemic, and a Shifting Society, Lead to a Different Result?
Last week, the Singaporean prime minister, Lee Hsien Loong, of the long-dominant People’s Action Party (PAP), declared that the city-state would hold its general election on July 10. Read More
The Pandemic and Korean Foreign Policy in the Event of the Dissolution of the U.S.-ROK Alliance
Regardless of whether the global novel coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic is an accelerant of existing global trends or a historical turning point, the pandemic and its consequences have constituted a m…
Rising Tensions in the South China Sea
The risk of a military confrontation between the United States and China in the South China Sea is growing. In a new Center for Preventive Action report, Oriana Skylar Mastro details how the United States could prevent a clash, or take steps to de-escalate if one should occur.
Australia and New Zealand Are Crushing COVID-19; Will Their Reopening Strategies Work for Other Countries?
New Zealand’s prime minister, Jacinda Ardern, declared victory against her country’s coronavirus outbreak last week, stating that “There is no widespread undetected community transmission in New Zeal…
India: Why the Pandemic and China’s Actions Are Strengthening U.S. Ties, For Now
This post is part of a series from Asia Unbound. The post is authored by Rajeswari Pillai Rajagopalan, distinguished fellow and head of the nuclear and space policy initiative at India’s Observer Res…