Values and Interests China Cracks Down in Xinjiang
Beijing’s intensifying campaign of repression against the Uighurs carries important implications for U.S. interests in Asia.
Pushing the Limits Beijing’s “National Security” Gambit for Hong Kong
If its Indo-Pacific initiative is to be credible, the United States must find way to address Beijing’s projection of ideological influence throughout the region, including Hong Kong.
Identity Politics Rethinking “One China”
U.S. policy needs to reflect the fact that Taiwan is central to China’s increasingly assertive ideological as well as military challenge.
Power and Principles An Asian Club of Democracies
Democratic backsliding in Asia proves that the time for democratic multilateralism in the region is now.
Asia's Game of Thrones Mr. Isa’s Visa
India denies that it caved to pressure from China in cancelling a prominent Uighur activist’s visa, but its explanations don’t stand up to scrutiny.
Asia's Game of Thrones Hong Kong’s Umbrella Soldiers
Veterans of Hong Kong’s 2014 street demonstrations are founding new political parties to demand a voice in the city’s government.
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