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The Diplomat: the premier international affairs magazine for the Asia-Pacific, covering politics, defense and society from China and Iran to Burma and Australia

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Amid widespread uncertainty and trepidation, does Ferdinand Marcos Jr. have a plan for the Philippine economy?

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A recent Pakistan-U.S. meeting could signal a thaw in ties -- and maybe help Pakistan out of its financial crisis.

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The case for banning Chinese state media outlets from U.S.-based social media platforms.

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Mongolia sees e-government as essential to eliminating red tape and fighting corruption. How are its efforts faring thus far?

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The story of how activists in #SouthKorea  produced the “Gwangju White Papers” and “Beyond Death,” the first underground handouts to discuss the 1980 Gwangju Uprising.

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Indonesia said that it will lift a ban on palm oil exports that has played havoc with global edible oil markets.

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For years, #Japan  and #Thailand  have enjoyed close relations in all areas bar one: defense. That is beginning to change

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A Mandarin teacher in a Xinjiang internment camp reveals the horrors she witnessed. Feature by Ruth Ingram.

Imran Khan’s unceremonious fall from the prime minister’s office has only reinvigorated his devoted supporters.

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Autonomy Without Democracy Is Proving Unsustainable in Hong Kong

The World Sees a Public Health Crisis. Beijing Sees a Political Threat. From @Sarah_G_Cook 

Hong Kong Needs to Defend Its Education System

China in Europe: All for One and One for All?

China regards deception as a key component of national security policy and military planning, the PLA actively employs a range of deception measures.

Rape and Silence in Kashmir’s Jihad: Kashmiri women describe years of systematic rape and abuse by Islamist militants.

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