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March 14, 2022

Ukraine
Ukraine War Should Slow But Not Stop the U.S. Pivot to Asia

Avoiding more crises in Europe and the Middle East is the only way American diplomatic and military might can be shifted to where it’s needed most: the Indo-Pacific.

Frenemies.

August 14, 2019

Pakistan
Tilting at More than Windmills in South Asia

A turn toward Pakistan and away from India, as well as a race for the exits from Afghanistan, would be unwise.

A member of the NATO military forces stands guard during a change of command ceremony at Resolute Support in Kabul on September 2, 2018.

November 15, 2022

Southeast Asia
Reflections on the ASEAN Summit and the ASEAN-U.S. Summit in Cambodia

President Biden's attendance marks an important development in the U.S.-ASEAN relationship, but ASEAN continues to prove ineffective in addressing the region's most pressing issues. 

Biden and ASEAN leaders stand in a line waving

November 4, 2022

Renewing America
The Globalization Myth

Globalization is taking a beating. Its diminishing number of defenders face a rising chorus of critics, particularly in the United States, that blame it for wage stagnation, increased inequality, and…

A container ship at a busy port. This image features at the top of Shannon O'Neil's article "The globalization myth" published in the Hill.

February 27, 2019

India
India and Pakistan at the Brink, Foreign Policy Heads Into the Unknown in South Asia

Countries that wish for peace must press Pakistan to make better choices and uphold its obligations as a UN member state.

India's Border Security Force (BSF) soldiers patrol along the fenced border with Pakistan in Ranbir Singh Pura sector near Jammu February 26, 2019. REUTERS/Mukesh Gupta

July 17, 2019

Asia
Asia’s Scary Movie

We may well come to look back on this moment as the time in which Asia began to come apart.

Asia’s Scary Movie

December 2, 2020

Southeast Asia
What Will the Biden Administration Mean for Southeast Asia?

Although President Donald Trump has not conceded the United States presidential election and is mounting multiple dubious legal challenges to the results, President-elect Joe Biden is moving ahead wi…

U.S. Vice President Joe Biden speaks to the press next to Singapore's Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong (R) at the Istana presidential palace in Singapore on July 26, 2013.

November 4, 2022

Health
Perilous Pathogens: How Climate Change Is Increasing the Threat of Diseases

At the COP27 summit, leaders will discuss how to deal with the many consequences of climate change. These four cases show how the climate crisis is altering the threat of zoonotic diseases.

An infectious diseases research team in full body protective suits, catches bats for a study outside the Khao Chong Phran Cave in Ratchaburi, Thailand

January 20, 2021

Southeast Asia
COVID-19 Batters Asia’s Already-Struggling Democracies

This article was first published in the Japan Times.  Over the past 15 years, democracy across Asia has regressed. Although the region still has strong democracies like South Korea, Japan and Taiw…

A police officer checks a passenger's body temperature at a quarantine checkpoint amid the reimposed strict lockdown to curb COVID-19 infections, in Quezon City, Metro Manila, Philippines, on August 5, 2020.

August 16, 2021

Latin America
U.S. Should Look South for Better Supply Chains

When it comes to “friendshoring,” Latin America has much to offer, and much to gain.

A container ship docked alongside cranes at the Chilean port of San Antonio