Quad’s vaccine initiative can ...

By Dr. Nehginpao Kipgen and Sanjana Dhar Bangkok Post – April 3, 2021 The March 12 meeting of the Quad countries...

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Biden’s Asia policy and the Ir...

By Dr. Nehginpao Kipgen and Vikas Nagal Bangkok Post – March 19, 2021 The Barack Obama administration’s “Pivot to...

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Myanmar learnt the wrong lesso...

The Myanmar generals may have been inspired by Suharto’s coup to oust powerful political foes in the 1960s but should look instead...

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International coordination nec...

By Dr. Nehginpao Kipgen and Prasanna Kumar The Korea Times – March 11, 2021 The Feb. 1 coup ended Myanmar’s brief...

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Defiance in Myanmar’s diplomat...

Myanmar’s UN envoy Kyaw Moe Tun’s actions have sparked dissent among Myanmar diplomats, which could keep the coup high on the...

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With violent crackdowns, is My...

Moving towards a peaceful resolution of the crisis is the only way forward for sense to prevail, says Nehginpao Kipgen. By Dr....

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Has Myanmar coup sparked rethi...

Stronger words from Indonesia, Singapore and other ASEAN countries may seem new but do not supplant the important and consistent...

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To be president? What Myanmar ...

There has been, among others, one significant consistency in all the three military coups in the country’s history – 1962,...

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A crackdown in Myanmar could s...

The military’s actions resemble the start of the crackdown in 1988 except the public angst may be turbocharged by technology this...

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India needs to review ties wit...

By Dr. Nehginpao Kipgen and Prasanna Kumar Bangkok Post – February 9, 2021 As India’s gateway to Southeast Asia,...

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