His reappointment for a third term will help Vietnam hold fast to its current political and economic trajectory.

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March 05, 2021The Final Victory of Nguyen Phu TrongBy Quynh Tran
February 26, 2021The Rise & Rise of Nguyen Phu TrongBy Quynh Tran
How Vietnam"s các buổi party chief defied conventional wisdom và became his country"s most powerful leader in a generation.

January 07, 2021Vietnam’s 13th Congress: Institutional Resilience or Institutional Decay?By Nguyen Khac Giang
This month"s Communist Party conclave sầu is phối to determine more than just who occupies the top positions.
October 08, 2020‘Scorched Earth’: Vietnam Arrests Leading Dissident Activist và BloggerBy Sebastian Strangio
The late night arrest of the activist và writer Pmê say Doan Trang followed an annual human rights dialogue with U.S. officials.
December 10, 2021Japan’s MHI Launches Fourth Mogami-Class Multirole Frigate for JMSDFBy Kosuke Takahashi
The new frigate class is intended for surveillance missions in waters surrounding the Japanese archipelago, including the disputed Senkaku/Diaoyu Islands in the East Trung Quốc Sea.
December 10, 2021Laos UnlockedBy Nicholas Bosoni
A trip on the maiden journey of the $5.9 billion Laos-China Railway.

December 09, 2021Gwadar Protests Highlight CPEC’s Achilles’ HeelBy Muhammad Akbar Notezai
The mass protests reflect six years of disappointment và resentment on the part of locals who have sầu seen no benefit from Chinese investment projects.

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December 04, 2021Amid Tensions With Turkey, Đài Loan Trung Quốc Is Putting the Kurdish Issue in PlayBy Nurettin Akcay
Responding lớn Turkey"s stepped up rhetoric on Uyghurs, Beijing is taking ayên ổn at an ethnic issue sensitive sầu khổng lồ Ankara.
December 18, 2021China’s Growing Dominance in Maritime ShippingBy Matthew Rochat
China’s dominance over the commercial maritime sector may be a source of vulnerability for the U.S. and other geopolitical rivals moving forward.
December 17, 2021The Andaman và Nicobar Islands: New Delhi’s Bulwark in the Indian OceanBy Ashutosh S. Patki
As Trung Quốc expands its presence in the Indian Ocean region, India is investing billions in developing the strategically located island chain.
Despite the odds, Bangladesh has managed to remain neutral amid great power competition and notch rapid economic growth. But the next decade will bring even more challenges.
December 15, 2021What Does the National Resistance Front of Afghanistan Have to Offer?By Nilly Kohzad
December 17, 2021To ‘Green’ the Belt and Road, Trung Quốc Needs to lớn Set Clear Renewable Energy TargetsBy Zhang Jing
As Trung Quốc stops building overseas coal power plants, it will take more than wishful thinking to lớn transition lớn renewable energy.
Engagement by the United States throughout the wider Indian Ocean Region has a mixed record at best.
The North Korean regime’s repression of South Korean culture reflects a lô ghích that equates foreign culture with a threat lớn the regime’s stability. 
The U.S. government has many reasons lớn grant India a waiver for its purchases of Russian defense equipment.
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