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The prelude of an Asian Era has begun. About 100 years ago, Japanese scholar Okakura Tenshin, Indian poet Rabindranath Tagore and Chinese scholar Liang Qichao all called for Asianism. A century has past during which numerous thinkers have conceived of

Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s invitation to British Prime Minister Boris Johnson conferring on the latter the great honour of being the chief guest at the Republic Day on January 26 was a hasty and premature move. True, the Oxford

“My fellow Indonesians, at 9:42 this morning I took the major step as an Indonesian of receiving the coronavirus vaccine and freeing myself from the pandemic,” President Joko Widodo wrote on his Facebook page on December 13 as the Christmas-New

Australia’s Treatment of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders Under UN Microscope By , January 20, 2021
Forget About the Trade Spat – Coal Is Passé in Much of China, and that’s a Bigger Problem for Australia By , and , January 20, 2021
India Farming: The Real Problem May Often be Different from Its Outward Manifestation By , January 20, 2021
‘Real-Life Mathematics’ Applied in Actual Experience (with Special Focus on Philippine Politics) By , January 19, 2021
Deforestation Spurred by Road Project Creeps Closer to Sumatra Wildlife Haven By , January 19, 2021
India’s Consumer Unity and Trust Society (CUTS) Aims to Develop Links with the UN, World Bank, UNCTAD By and , January 18, 2021
Indian Farmers on the Frontline Against Global Capitalism By , January 18, 2021
Philippines: ‘Drug War’ Killings Rise During Pandemic By , January 18, 2021
Wildfires Ravage Nepal Mountains By , January 15, 2021
Why Pakistan Won’t be Next to Normalize with Israel By , January 15, 2021
75% of Australia’s Marine Protected Areas Are Given Only ‘Partial’ Protection. Here’s Why that’s a Problem By , , and , January 15, 2021
Will Costs Continue to Cage Laos’ Regional Connectivity? By , January 15, 2021
Encircling China and Praising India: The US Strategic Framework for the Indo-Pacific By , January 15, 2021
Today India Needs Both Gandhi and Bhagat Singh, and the Unity of Their Followers More Than Ever Before By , January 14, 2021
Looming Large: The Middle East Braces for Fallout of US–China Divide By , January 14, 2021
Why Are People Going Hungry in India Despite a Massive Grain Surplus? By , January 13, 2021
China’s Mission to Nepal Gains Traction By , January 11, 2021
A Non-Partisan View of Farmers’ Movement By , January 11, 2021
India to Go Ahead with Purchase of Russia S-400 Air Defense System Despite US Sanctions Threat By , January 11, 2021
How Can Southeast Asia Benefit from the New U.S. Policy on Illegal Fishing? By , January 11, 2021
Axed Railway Raises Malaysia-Singapore Trust Deficit By , January 11, 2021
Cambodia Demolishes US-built Naval Facility By , January 08, 2021
Mass Protests by Indian Farmers By , January 07, 2021
Debating Maoism in Contemporary China: Reflections on Benjamin I. Schwartz, Chinese Communism and the Rise of Mao By , January 07, 2021
A Deadly and Disastrous 2020 for the Philippines By , January 07, 2021
Hearts Full of Scepticism, Indian Farmers Agree for Talks with Delhi Government By , December 30, 2020
US Government Role in Thailand’s “Student Protests” By , December 30, 2020
As World Sours on Coal, Top Producer Indonesia Tries to Sweeten It at Home By , December 30, 2020
Myanmar Government Eyes Town Status for Controversial China-Backed Project By , December 29, 2020
Tensions Between China and India May Soon Rise as Trump Approves Historic Tibet Act By , December 29, 2020
Stealth Fighters and Long-range Missiles: Japan’s Cabinet Greenlights Record-breaking Military Budget By , December 29, 2020
A Dalit and a Brahmin By , December 29, 2020
China Building Great Wall on Its Soft Southern Underbelly By , December 28, 2020
The Gold Comes Off: A COVID-19 Outbreak in Sydney By , December 23, 2020
Pakistan Returns $1bn to Saudi Arabia and Turns to China for Loan Assistance By , December 22, 2020
Chang’e-5 Completes Lunar Trip, More Space Missions Planned By and , December 22, 2020
First Duterte Crushed Marawi, Now He Is Ignoring It By , December 20, 2020
“This Is the Time to Unite”: Trade Unions, Labourers Support the Farmers’ Protest By , December 20, 2020
Why Japan Lags in the COVID-19 Vaccine Race By , December 19, 2020
Health and Wealth in India – Farmers’ Lives Matter By , December 18, 2020
Parliament’s Winter Session Cancelled, Shiv Sena Smells a Rat By , December 18, 2020
This Book Turns Everything You Thought You Knew About North Korea Upside Down By , December 18, 2020
Hints Hun Sen Starting to Look Away from China By , December 18, 2020
Myanmar’s Perennial Ceasefire Talks By , December 18, 2020
As Bangladesh Hosts over a Million Rohingya Refugees, a Scholar Explains What Motivated the Country to Open Up Its Borders By , December 18, 2020
Winds of Democracy in the Philippines By , December 18, 2020
America, Nepal and the Royal Coup By , December 18, 2020
The Life and Death of a Servant of God By , December 17, 2020
Mass Vaccination Is Beginning Around the World, but New Zealand Will Wait for a COVID Jab By , December 16, 2020
What to Expect from Relations Between China and Australia? By , December 16, 2020
Djab Wurrung: Fighting to Save Sacred Trees By , December 16, 2020
India’s One-Day General Strike Largest in History By , December 16, 2020
Abuse on the Mainland: Australia’s Medevac Hotel Detentions By , December 16, 2020
West Papuans: An Indigenous People that the World Forgot By , December 16, 2020
China Restricts Australian Coal Imports Amid ‘Deteriorating Relationship’ Between Canberra and Beijing By , December 16, 2020
What Lessons Can We Learn from Protests in India? By , December 15, 2020
Bangladesh Wins and Loses in China-India Rivalry By , December 15, 2020
Australia’s Stop Adani Campaign in Solidarity with Indian Farmers’ Protests By , December 15, 2020
Papua Sawmill Loses Legal Timber Stamp over Allegations of Permit Forgery By , December 15, 2020
Red-tagging in the Philippines Has Gone to a Terrifyingly Alarming Level By , December 11, 2020
“Five Eyes Spy” Agreement Threatens New Zealand’s Independence and Relationship with China? By , December 11, 2020
Video: Thailand: US Openly Backs Anti-Government Mob By , December 11, 2020
How Australia Sabotaged Its Own Interests in Relations with China By , December 11, 2020
Irresponsible Happenings: Australia’s Juukan Gorge, Rio Tinto and the Never Again Report By , December 11, 2020
Why Modi’s “Green Response” to China’s “Belt and Road” Is Doomed to Fail By , December 10, 2020
Palm Oil Giant Wilmar Unfazed as Watchdogs Cry Foul over Papua Deforestation By , December 10, 2020
World Economic Forum 2021 Moved to Singapore Due to COVID-19 By , December 10, 2020
Indonesia: Of Corruption and the Feasibility of Death Penalty as a Deterrent By , December 10, 2020
The Belt and Road Initiative in Malaysia: New Challenges for South East Asia By , December 10, 2020
Australia: Exporting Weapons Is a Clear and Present Danger By , December 10, 2020
Myanmar’s Salween Peace Park — A Place for All Living Things By , December 09, 2020
Central Africa and South Asia: Worldlife Fund (WWF) Knew About Rights Abuses by Park Rangers, but Didn’t Respond Effectively By , December 09, 2020
Australia’s Coal Mines: Adani Was a Bad Investment in 2014. It’s an Even Worse One Now. By , December 09, 2020
India’s Gulf Strategy Is Chasing Chinese Phantoms By , December 09, 2020
China Overtakes the US to Become EU’s Biggest Trade Partner as Beijing’s Economy Continues to Boom Post-COVID while the Rest of the World Slides into the Red By , and , December 08, 2020
Canada, India Mudslinging over Sikh Farmer Protests By , December 08, 2020
Imperfect Releases: Andrew Hastie, War Crimes Reports and Australia in Afghanistan By , December 07, 2020
America-prompted Color Revolution in Thailand By , December 07, 2020
India: Pesticide Takeover Spells Trouble for Bees By , December 07, 2020
China Uproots Hong Kong’s US-Backed Opposition By , December 06, 2020