Birth rates are so low in Japan that a precipitous drop in population is now all but inevitable. What’s causing the problem, and what can be done about it?
Even after a year of NLD rule, press freedom in Myanmar is languishing in the dark ages.
Punishing those responsible for a spate of recent blogger deaths won’t be easy given the Islamic fundamentalist ‘state within a state’ that exists in Bangladesh.
Will Narendra Modi’s concept of ‘transways’ be enough to silence domestic interest groups and entrench meaningful cooperation between China, India, and Nepal?
Bangladesh may be drifting away from its traditional ally India and right into China’s wider regional plans.
Bhutan’s historic reliance on India is being chipped away at by China, with potential consequences for the strategic balance of power in the Himalayas.
Geopoliticalmonitor.com’s Amitava Mukherjee evaluates ongoing parliamentary elections in India to find out whether Narendra Modi has the support needed to become prime minister.
The global shale boom offers India the tantalizing prospect of an escape from energy scarcity – but at what environmental cost?
The Geopoliticalmonitor’s Amitava Mukherjee discusses how conflicts over the trans-national Brahmaputra River may come to harm relations between China and India.
The Geopoliticalmonitor’s Amitava Mukherjee examines the potential impact of China’s dam projects upstream of the key Brahmaputra River in northeastern India.