Myanmar coup poses first forei...

China’s practical stance stands in contrast to Joe Biden’s focus on democratic values and push for sanctions which could alienate...

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Why a military coup cannot be ...

The State of Emergency and the detention of State Counsellor Aung San Suu Kyi will have larger implications for the military and...

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Trump’s legacy in Southe...

By Dr. Nehginpao Kipgen and Vikas Nagal Bangkok Post – January 15, 2021 On Jan 20, the 46th president of the United...

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Why is Russia reluctant to end...

There’s increasing concern in India that Russia might be doing China’s bidding By Dr. Nehginpao Kipgen and J....

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What’s next for Myanmar&...

By Dr. Nehginpao Kipgen Bangkok Post – December 8, 2020 As per the 1959 Defence Services Act, which was amended in 2014,...

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US must respond to RCEP trade ...

RCEP is relevant as Washington is gradually losing its economic ground in the Asia-Pacific region following its withdrawal from the...

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Why Myanmar voted overwhelming...

Amid the country’s fragile democratisation process, fight with COVID-19 and Rohingya crisis, Myanmar voters know Aung San Suu...

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Myanmar must not disenfranchis...

The election commission’s recent decision to not hold elections in areas affected by unrest will hamper Myanmar’s democratisation...

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Can Aung San Suu Kyi’s NLD win...

There are four major issues on the minds of voters in this election – the Rohingya crisis, peace with ethnic minorities, a...

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US-China tech war is headed fo...

By Dr. Nehginpao Kipgen and Vikas Nagal The Korea Times – September 10, 2020 The Trump administration’s recent...

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