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The Left Should Be Happy With Biden

The left must be ecstatic that President Joe Biden has given them every thing they needed. The left likes inflation. It reduces the value of previous... Read Extra The publish The Left Ought to Be Completely happy With Biden appeared first on The Ev...

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Building a heatwave&resistant India

Authors: Simrit Kaur and Harpreet Kaur, University of Delhi Heatwaves in India have grow to be more frequent, extended, intense and geographically spread-out. Twelve of the country’s warmest 15 years have been since 2006, with demise tolls rising th...

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Sri Lanka’s crisis of legitimacy

Writer: Dushni Weerakoon, IPS Sri Lanka’s slide into political instability since April 2022 culminated in the resignation of former president Gotabaya Rajapaksa following public protests on 9 July 2022. The government’s policy blunders and resistanc...

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The prospects of Japan’s post&pandemic tourism

Writer: Yusaku Yoshikawa, JIN Corporation On 10 June 2022, Japan finally began allowing worldwide tourists into the country for the first time in two years after the COVID-19 pandemic started. Looking for to stability its reopening and stopping the...

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Is Japan ready to reopen its borders?

Authors: Fuma Aoki and Yves Tiberghien, UBC Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida’s preliminary easing of COVID-19 restrictions was dramatically reversed following the arrival of Omicron in late November 2021. He most notably shut down the Japanese...

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Shinzo Abe’s legacy

Writer: Editorial Board, ANU On eight July 2022, former Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe was gunned down whereas giving a marketing campaign speech in help of candidates for the 10 July upper house election. The killing of Japan’s longest serving...

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Japan’s defence policy faces a critical juncture

Writer: Kristi Govella, German Marshall Fund 2022 was anticipated to be a defining yr for Japanese security coverage even earlier than the Russian invasion of Ukraine. Public debates and inner negotiations have been ongoing for months over the count...

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Hun Sen’s son set for electoral success

Writer: Sokvy Rim, The Thinker Cambodia The Cambodian Individuals’s Celebration (CPP) achieved a landslide victory within the commune elections in June 2022, gaining 80 per cent of the 11,622 commune council positions. Yet there's hypothesis that Ca...

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India mulls aid in Sri Lanka’s hour of need

Writer: Ganeshan Wignaraja, NUS Sri Lanka’s pre-emptive default on its overseas debt obligations in mid-April 2022 and just lately resigned president Gotabaya Rajapaksa’s flight from Sri Lanka on 12 July offers India with a chance to match China wit...

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Looking beyond the ASEAN Outlook on the Indo&Pacific

Writer: Shafiah F Muhibat, CSIS What's the way forward for the ASEAN Outlook on the Indo-Pacific (AOIP)? Almost three years after its finalisation, there have been hardly any efforts to operationalise the report from within ASEAN or via engagement w...

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India’s cautious return to Afghanistan

Writer: Manoj Joshi, ORF Despite being knocked off its ft by the collapse of the Ghani government of Afghanistan in mid-August 2021, New Delhi has shortly re-established its presence in the new Taliban-led Afghanistan. In early June 2022, a group le...