Southeast Asia

    • Multimedia

    Biden’s Next Moves in Myanmar

    Myanmar security forces’ deadly crackdowns on demonstrators protesting a military coup are raising alarm in the West. How the United States responds to calls for action on Myanmar is a test of President Biden's foreign policy team.

    • Multimedia

    Japan’s Myanmar Dilemma: How Hard To Push Against Military Coup Leaders?

    The military’s killing of at least 18 protesters on Sunday in Myanmar has increased pressure on foreign governments to use their influence to push for the release of the country's elected leaders, including Aung San Suu Kyi, from detention, and restore some measure of democratic rule.

    • Multimedia

    On Myanmar

    The military of Myanmar has overthrown the elected government, imprisoned Nobel Peace Prize winner Aung San Suu Kyi, and issued ominous warnings to the country’s citizens to stop protesting the coup. How did the country get to this point?

    • Multimedia

    A Tour of South Asia

    South Asian expert discusses current events in India, Pakistan, and South Asia.

    • Multimedia

    Which Asian Economies Are Benefiting From the Trade War?

    • September 04, 2019
    • Bloomberg

    A discussion about the outlook for Asian economies.

    • Multimedia

    TPP More Than Just About Business

    The Trans-Pacific Partnership is a necessary condition for the United States to establish a market-oriented and open regional economic order in the Asia-Pacific.

    • Multimedia

    Beijing’s Refusal to Accept South China Sea Ruling Has All Sides on Edge

    • July 13, 2016
    • Australian Broadcasting Corporation

    Following the Permanent Court of Arbitration’s ruling in favor of the Philippines on the South China Sea issue and its rejection of any legal basis for Beijing to claim historical rights to the nine-dash line, Chinese leadership must be wrestling with the question of whether to transform its disavowal of the decision into more than words

    • Multimedia

    The Heat: South China Sea Arbitration Result

    CCTV America interviewed Michael Swaine on the arbitration result issued by the Permanent Court of Arbitration in The Hague in a case unilaterally brought by the Philippines against China in 2013.

    • Multimedia

    International News Roundup: Iran, Refugees, El Chapo

    An analysis of the week’s top international news stories.

    • Multimedia

    ASEAN’s Economic Future

    Southeast Asia is on the verge of establishing the ASEAN Economic Community, but will it be a game-changer for the region?

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