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.
Thailand’s relative stability should not put it beyond the pale of international criticism over its human rights record.
Chinese investment has rejuvenated some developing countries and left others locked in a spiral of unsustainable debt.
With ASEAN sidelined and all eyes on North Korea, Vietnam can only sit and watch as China consolidates its position in the South China Sea.
The Cambodia-Laos border dispute has a peculiar a way of only flaring up ahead of election season.
The upcoming Malaysian election is a political saga for the ages.
In this first article of a new series on claimants in the South China Sea dispute, we examine the historical reasoning, diplomacy, and island-building underpinning China’s claim.
The first domino of ASEAN claimant states has fallen as Brunei goes silent on the South China Sea dispute in exchange for closer economic cooperation with China.
It’s time for US policy planners to deal with the China that exists, and not the imaginary one they have long hoped for.
An ISIS-linked extremist group is threatening the peace process in the Philippines’ restive Mindanao region.