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The Diplomat - East Asia

7/27/2021
The threat from North Korea (and beyond) has changed. The ROK-U.S. alliance must change as well to keep pace.
7/27/2021
Getting close to Indonesian provinces is a key goal of Chinese diplomacy and crucial for the implementation of the Belt and Road Initiative.
7/26/2021
What is the legacy of the landmark 2016 ruling by the Hague-based arbitral tribunal?
7/27/2021
Dr. Adriana Elisabeth on the roots of the conflict in Papua, the Indonesian government’s response to a recent uptick in insurgent activity, and what it will take to resolve the decades-long crisis.
7/27/2021
The silver medal is Turkmenistan’s first since independence in 1991.
7/27/2021
At least 71 people perished in last week’s floods in Henan Province, including 14 who were trapped on the flooded subway in Zhengzhou.
7/27/2021
The Himalayan kingdom fully vaccinated 90 percent of eligible adults within a week.
7/27/2021
After initial missteps, Beijing had the chance to be the envy of the world for its pandemic management. What went wrong?
7/27/2021
The hard political choices involved in phasing out coal and reducing emissions are the most important, and also the most often elided, element.
7/27/2021
With only eight months left in President Moon’s term, the two Koreas surprisingly agreed to restore channels and improve ties.
7/27/2021
Jenish Moldokmatov, a harsh critic of President Japarov, is facing charges of orchestrating riots during last October's unrest; the same unrest that saw Japarov rise to power.
7/27/2021
The former commander of the People’s Liberation Army Strategic Support Force Network Systems Department is taking over the entire force.
7/27/2021
Pashtuns on both sides of the Durand line have been at the receiving end of some of the most grotesque and intense violence by the Taliban.
7/26/2021
Climate-vulnerable nations are calling on rich countries to deliver the $100 billion per annum they promised years ago as climate finance.
7/26/2021
“We can’t just wait to get help until we die”: More and more protesters see no hope for a return to democracy outside of taking up arms.
7/26/2021
North Korea has a track record of conducting sophisticated cyberattacks from unexpected locations through highly creative means.
7/26/2021
Tajikistan’s leaders declared the country COVID-free back in January, but the recent death of the president’s sister, reportedly from COVID-19, exposes the reality: The pandemic isn’t over.
7/26/2021
Duterte devoted most of a rambling, nearly three-hour televised speech to non-pandemic topics he has addressed repeatedly in the past.
7/26/2021
The reopening has been criticized as a sham, as the five-day session is limited to reviewing the government's COVID-19 response and there are no plans for any votes.
7/26/2021
Based on the official read-outs from both sides, it seems Wendy Sherman’s trip to China didn’t go much beyond repeating lengthy lists of concern.