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21 ก.ค. 2024
The quota protest [in Bangladesh] is just the manifestation of a widespread malaise that’s not just about quotas but also economic and political. New York Times

Pierre Prakash

Program Director, Asia
20 ก.ค. 2024
With no real alternative at the ballot box, discontented Bangladeshis have few options besides street protests to make their voices heard. AFP

Pierre Prakash

Program Director, Asia
12 ก.ค. 2024
With the United States reinvigorating its core alliances and partnerships in Europe and Asia … China seeks to demonstrate that it can assemble coalitions of its own. Voice of America

Ali Wyne

Senior Research and Advocacy Adviser, U.S.-China
11 ก.ค. 2024
India’s most trusted … bilateral relationship is probably with Russia. It’s been at the heart of India’s foreign and strategic policy for a long time. Andalou Agency

Praveen Donthi

Senior Analyst, India
31 พ.ค. 2024
Myanmar’s ethnic armed groups are securing on the battlefield the autonomous homelands they have long sought. Al Jazeera

Richard Horsey

Senior Adviser, Myanmar
19 พ.ค. 2024
[China and Taiwan] are far away from a basis for dialogue that both sides can accept. New York Times

Amanda Hsiao

Senior Analyst, China

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