Is China Replacing the US as Thailand’s Main Security Partner?
By Jack Sato and Abdul Rahman Yaacob
In both arms sales and joint military exercises, China has been rapidly catching up to – or even surpassing – the U.S., Thailand’s official ally.
The Rising Tide of ‘Imperial Han’ Nationalism in China
By Hu YanWenan
This extreme Han ethno-nationalist sentiment, once relegated to the fringe, is increasingly influential.
India Deepens Defense Ties with the West, But Criticism of Russia Remains Unlikely
By Vladimira Lickova
Even as New Delhi seeks diversification in its defense relationships, and deepening ties with the West, India’s neutral position on the war in Ukraine is consistent and unlikely to change.
‘Operation 1027’: The End of the Beginning of Myanmar’s Spring Revolution
By Htet Min Lwin and Thiha Wint Aung
The dramatic events of the past month reflect the junta's waning legitimacy, but the battle for the country's future is only just beginning.