After the ASEAN Emergency Summit on the Myanmar Crisis—The Positives and the Challenges: The ultimate outcome of the agreement will largely determine ASEAN's credibility, the commitment of the military junta, and one can hope, the return of Myanmar to a democratic government.
When the Sea Turns Gray—A Look at the Gray Zone Tactics in the South China Sea: Both global and regional stakeholders make their moves to gain and retain advantageous positions in the disputed areas in the South China Sea.
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Leaders' Summit on Climate Change—The Return of America with an Ambitious Commitment: How feasible and credible are Biden's climate change plans for the international agenda? Will the U.S. and China cooperate and what would this mean for the global coalition towards climate change?
EU’s Indo-Pacific Strategy—Toeing the Line or Calling Its Own Shots: As a major normative power in the world, despite arguably losing much of its legitimacy these past few years, the 27 European member states have once again come out with a framework that is principled, yet still raised eyebrows from adversaries and allies alike.