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The Diplomat - East Asia

4/22/2021
Insider threats targeting nuclear plants have always been a concern. A stressful pandemic exacerbates those existing risks.
4/22/2021
A crackdown on the thriving trade in smuggled Iranian oil could wreak havoc on local economies on both sides of the border.
4/22/2021
Inconsistent policies and double standard are confusing Mongolia's pandemic response at the most critical time.
4/22/2021
Japan has been criticized for seeming inaction following the coup and ensuring crackdown. But there are hints Tokyo is taking action behind the scenes.
4/22/2021
China’s sharp swing to the left under Xi surprised many. But rather than a new normal, his generation may be the last gasp of old-school Maoism in the country.
4/22/2021
The skyrocketing cases in India have barely made a dent in the feverish campaigns being mounted in West Bengal’s elections.
4/22/2021
The attack on Serena Hotel, far outside TTP's usual operating area, is an extremely worrying sign that the group has regained its old strength.
4/22/2021
More cases of alleged unlawful killings and abuse by Australian special forces in Afghanistan arise.
4/21/2021
A graduated process of integration is a more likely and feasible route than Japan's sudden elevation to membership.
4/22/2021
In response, Chinese state media warned of "serious consequences for unreasonable provocation against China."
4/21/2021
The Cambodian government is presenting COVID-19 relief packages as a gift from the wealthy and well-connected.
4/21/2021
Beijing's comments on “vaccine nationalism” hints at its desire to position itself as the vaccine supplier of first resort to the developing world.
4/21/2021
Deciding to withdraw may prove disastrous, but the U.S. has policy options now that the decision has been made.
4/21/2021
The bloc’s offer to Hong Kongers sends the message that Europe only supports the rich.
4/21/2021
Images from a makeshift graveyard in India, where coronavirus deaths are rising with every passing day.
4/21/2021
12 Asian countries will have their leaders speak at Biden's first big (virtual) event. Others are feeling snubbed.
4/21/2021
From trade to infrastructure development, India has a troubling habit of over-promising and under-delivering.
4/21/2021
China’s latest disclosure could reconfigure regional politics and promote domestic development across the Americas.
4/21/2021
The Nanggala was engaged in support of an Indonesian Navy drill when it failed to report in. A search is underway.
4/21/2021
Reflections on time spent working for the late Mondale at the U.S. Embassy in Tokyo.