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The Diplomat - East Asia

12/31/1969
10/19/2021
The awarding of the prize to pioneering journalist Maria Ressa points to the deterioration in press freedom under President Duterte.
10/19/2021
The move followed on the heels of ASEAN's decision to uninvite regime chief Min Aung Hlaing from its upcoming summit.
10/19/2021
With no regional options for truly “like-minded” partners, France seems to be settling on Tajikistan as the best bet.
10/19/2021
With three astronauts set to spend six months on China’s space station, this is China’s most ambitious human space mission to date.
10/19/2021
Prime Minister Scott Morrison argued that technology – not carbon taxing – is the best way to achieve the climate target.
10/19/2021
"Why would I expect them to understand international monetary policy?” one official said of the Taliban.
10/19/2021
An honest evaluation of the Quad militarily will highlight the fact that India is hampering its overall effectiveness.
10/19/2021
Acting on allegations of blasphemy, mobs have unleashed violence against Hindus, their homes, temples, and businesses.
10/19/2021
North Korea appeared to fire an SLBM on Tuesday, ahead of a meeting between the U.S. and South Korea to discuss North Korea issues.
10/19/2021
The fight against the coronavirus pandemic is often likened to a war, and every war needs a plan.
10/19/2021
Their statements reflect the trepidation that many Southeast Asian governments feel about rising Sino-American tensions.
10/18/2021
In 2022, the state intends to continue its robust spending on the areas most impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic: health and social assistance.
10/18/2021
The decision reflects the Southeast Asian bloc's increasing frustration with Myanmar's military administration.
10/18/2021
In Kamdesh, Nuristan, where U.S. forces withdrew more than a decade ago, the American presence is a distant – and negative – memory for many locals.
10/18/2021
Uzbekistan's election is set for October 24.
10/18/2021
Insights from Justyna Szczudlik.
10/18/2021
The United States and Britain should prioritize economic ties in their emerging Asia alliance.
10/18/2021
Over-enthusiasm for Xi’s coal pledge will let China get away with lower overall climate ambitions.
10/18/2021
Kishida said Japan's security environment has been rapidly changing.