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January 18, 2024

Israeli-Palestinian Conflict
U.S.-Iran Proxy War Intensifies, Sudan Conflict Rages On, Sundance Film Festival Marks Forty Years, and More

More than one hundred days into the war in the Gaza Strip, hostilities continue to escalate regionwide, marked by clashes between proxies of Iran and U.S. forces; Sudan’s civil war worsens as a new d…

Podcast Children wearing camouflage hold up mock RPGs, as Houthi supporters rally to commemorate ten Houthi fighters killed by the U.S. Navy in the Red Sea, in Sanaa, Yemen January 5, 2024.

January 25, 2024

Rebels Gain As Myanmar Marks Coup Anniversary, EU's Ukraine Aid Challenge, Kenya’s Pending Mission to Haiti, and More

The Three Brotherhood Alliance and other armed ethnic groups in Myanmar pose a significant threat to regime control as the country enters its third year under junta rule; the European Union (EU) meet…

Podcast Men run next to burning tires during a protest demanding an end to gang violence, in Port-au-Prince, Haiti on August 14, 2023

June 22, 2023

EU Leaders’ Summit, Biden Marks Abortion Ruling Anniversary, Guatemala’s Election, and More

Heads of state from the European Union’s twenty-seven members meet in Brussels to discuss support for Ukraine and new initiatives to coordinate defense, economics, and migration; the Biden administra…

Podcast A woman votes at a polling station during the first round of Guatemala's presidential election, in San Pedro Sacatepequez, Guatemala, June 16, 2019.

January 26, 2023

North Korea
Missiles and Macroeconomy Mark North Korea’s 2022 Troubles

For North Korea, 2022 was marked by a record number of missile tests, the implementation of a national quarantine against COVID-19 cases, and recentralized government control over economic activities…

North Korean leader Kim Jong-un attends an event during the New Year celebrations at People's Palace of Culture in Pyongyang, North Korea.

March 20, 2024

South Korea
The U.S. Election and South Korean Anxieties

Today is my last day at CFR, which marks the conclusion of over fifteen years of contributions to Asia Unbound. My publications and contributions to CFR remain in archives on the website. 

Military personnel carry U.S. and South Korean flags as people wait for an official state arrival ceremony for South Korean President Yoon Suk Yeol and First Lady Kim Keon Hee on the South Lawn of the White House on April 26, 2023.

March 5, 2024

What It Takes to Fly the F-16: Challenges for Ukraine

The advanced U.S. fighter aircraft will mark a significant upgrade to Ukraine’s air force, but their impact on the war with Russia will hinge on several factors.

A U.S.-made F-16 aircraft takes off from Bodø airport, Norway.

April 3, 2024

Middle East and North Africa
The President’s Inbox Recap: The War in Gaza

Sunday marks the six-month anniversary of Hamas's attack on Israel.

Two Israeli military vehicles as viewed driving on a road.