Sixteen Years after 9/11, is Al-Qaeda Still in Business?

    By Abdul Basit Sep. 21, 2017
    September 2017 marks the sixteenth anniversary of the 9/11 attacks which changed the face of global terrorism. Since then, Al-Qaeda, the main perpetrator of these attacks, has evolved operationally and ideologically. The threat from the group has not receded but evolved.

    “First They Killed My Father”: The Microhistory of a Khmer Rouge Survivor

    By Alvin Cheng-Hin Lim on Sep. 22, 2017

    The Co-Existence of China, US, Japan and India in the Asian Regional Order

    By Tai Wei Lim on Sep. 20, 2017

    India-Vietnam Bilateral Economic Ties: The Road Ahead

    By Rashmi Singh on Sep. 18, 2017
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“First They Killed My Father”: The Microhistory of a Khmer Rouge Survivor
Society,Southeast Asia

“First They Killed My Father”: The Microhistory of a Khmer Rouge Survivor

The cinematic adaptation of Loung Ung’s memoir First They Killed My Father was released globally in September 2017. The movie’s affective power arises in part from its faithfulness to the memoir, in particular its form as a microhistory of her experiences under the Khmer Rouge.
By Alvin Cheng-Hin Lim   |  Sep.22, 2017  |  0 comments Read more...
Sixteen Years after 9/11, is Al-Qaeda Still in Business?
Security

Sixteen Years after 9/11, is Al-Qaeda Still in Business?

September 2017 marks the sixteenth anniversary of the 9/11 attacks which changed the face of global terrorism. Since then, Al-Qaeda, the main perpetrator of these attacks, has evolved operationally and ideologically. The threat from the group has not receded but evolved.
By Abdul Basit  |  Sep.21, 2017  |  0 comments Read more...

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India-Vietnam Bilateral Economic Ties: The Road Ahead
Economy,South Asia,Southeast Asia

India-Vietnam Bilateral Economic Ties: The Road Ahead

India’s upgrading of the Look East Policy to Act East Policy seem promising for India-Vietnam economic ties. With the progression of the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement, there will be more opportunity to tap the Vietnamese market.
By Rashmi Singh   |  Sep.18, 2017  |  0 comments Read more...
The North Korean Crisis: Lessons from the Past
Hotspots,East Asia

The North Korean Crisis: Lessons from the Past

When analyzing the North Korean crisis, there might be a few things omitted by scholars, strategists and politicians, such as: the lessons of history — the similarity between French-German and North-South Korean borders, and the Schlieffen Plan, i.e., the German war plan for the war against France, and others.
By Mirko Tasic  |  Sep.15, 2017  |  0 comments Read more...
Trump’s South Asia Policy May Lead to India’s Regional Isolation
Politics,South Asia

Trump’s South Asia Policy May Lead to India’s Regional Isolation

In Trump’s new South Asia policy, India has been asked to do more, while on the other hand, Pakistan has been rebuked for aiding and abetting terrorists by providing safe havens in its territory. Against this backdrop, it is anticipated that these will lead to India’s regional isolation.
By Bawa Singh   |  Sep.14, 2017  |  0 comments Read more...
Duterte’s ASEAN Policy
Politics,Southeast Asia

Duterte’s ASEAN Policy

The possible rationales for Manila’s diplomatic course of action may be defined according to Duterte’s “independent foreign policy,” which remarkably, coincides with the Philippines’ 2017 ASEAN Chairmanship.
By Aaron Jed Rabena  |  Sep.13, 2017  |  0 comments Read more...
Trump’s New Afghan Policy: Too Early for India to Celebrate
Politics,South Asia

Trump’s New Afghan Policy: Too Early for India to Celebrate

Seeking more “economic assistance” from India in Afghanistan, Trump did appear to signal who the “good guy” is in the South Asian region. However, India was effectively brought into an unsavory quid pro quo equation.
By Chayanika Saxena   |  Sep.12, 2017  |  0 comments Read more...
Problems with the US Proposal for Interdiction of North Korean Ships
Security,East Asia

Problems with the US Proposal for Interdiction of North Korean Ships

On the heels of North Korea’s 3 September test, the US is seeking UN Security Council authorization to use military force to interdict, board, and inspect vessels on the high seas that are suspected of carrying UN-prohibited items to and from North Korea.    
By Mark J. Valencia  |  Sep.11, 2017  |  0 comments Read more...
The North Korean Nuclear Crisis: An Interview with Yongnian Zheng
Security,Hotspots,East Asia

The North Korean Nuclear Crisis: An Interview with Yongnian Zheng

On September 3, 2017, a 6.3-magnitude earthquake registered at North Korea’s Punggye-ri testing site. That indicated Pyongyang detonated a hydrogen bomb with a 100-kiloton yield. IPP Review interviewed Professor Yongnian Zheng to address questions related to this incident.
By Yongnian Zheng   |  Sep.08, 2017  |  0 comments Read more...
Taiwan’s Opposition Leader Faces Internal and External Challenges
Politics,East Asia

Taiwan’s Opposition Leader Faces Internal and External Challenges

On August 20, 2017, Wu Den-yih was inaugurated as the new chairman of Taiwan’s opposition party, the Kuomintang. 2020 will be the year Taiwan has to elect a new president. Can Wu succeed in helping a KMT member to become the next president?
By Peter Kien-hong Yu  |  Sep.08, 2017  |  0 comments Read more...

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India and the Middle East: Walking a Diplomatic Tightrope

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The Maritime Silk Road: Its Past, Present and Future

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The Dolezal Controversy and the Possibility of Transracial Identity

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Trump’s Upbringing, Thoughts and Policies that Affect Sino-American Relations

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Countering Violent Extremism in Pakistan

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The Belt and Road Initiative and “Restored” Globalization

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Time to Downplay North Korea’s Nuclear Program

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Uber Economics

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Chinese Students Enrich Western Universities in More Ways Than One

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Making Sense of the Global Financial Market: “Trust Conspiracy Theories”

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The Fragile Stalemate Across the Taiwan Strait

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Will Panamagate Politically Paralyze Pakistan?

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Japan’s Yield Curve Control: Revival of an Old Idea

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