How Asia-Pacific States Voted on the UN’s Israel-Palestine Resolution
By Shannon Tiezzi
Like the rest of the world, most Asia-Pacific states supported the resolution, making the exceptions especially interesting.
‘Operation 1027’: A Turning-Point For Myanmar’s Resistance Struggle?
By Kyaw Hsan Hlaing and Naing Lin
Some Myanmar observers hope that the coordinated offensive in Shan State will catalyze wider changes, and even lead to the collapse of the military administration.
How Kazakhstan Helps Russia Bypass Western Sanctions
By Rahimbek Abdrahmanov and Kamshat Zhumagulova
The parallel imports that pass through Kazakhstan to Russia represent a complex equation with variables ranging from the customs union to corruption.
The Growing Significance of Malaysia and Indonesia’s Non-Recognition of Israel
By Aiza Mohamad
With more Arab states choosing to normalize relations with Tel Aviv, Jakarta and Kuala Lumpur have emerged as prominent advocates for the Palestinian cause.