In the third article of our series on South China Sea claimants, we examine the historical reasoning, diplomacy, and military dimensions of Malaysia’s claim.
It’s time for the United States to stop being part of the problem in Yemen’s disastrous civil war, and start being part of the solution.
Madagascar has cobbled together a national unity government, but will it be enough to stabilize the political process and a delicate economic recovery?
Thailand’s relative stability should not put it beyond the pale of international criticism over its human rights record.
Will Kyaukpyu Port take its place among other One Belt One Road megaprojects like Gwadar and Hambantota?
One thing is clear from recent shifts in Nepalese politics: India can no longer take Nepal for granted.
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More likely to produce photo ops than a lasting breakthrough on North Korean denuclearization.
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Developing market currencies are tumbling around the world as investors pull out in favor of safer returns in the United States and elsewhere.