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Jackson Ewing explains China's nascent emissions scheme in the Harvard report "Market Mechanisms and the Paris Agreement."
Anubhav Gupta writes that Trump's regional strategy for Afghanistan needs to grapple with the reasons the U.S. has failed to change Pakistan's behavior in the past.
Lindsey Ford says that the United States' mixed messaging could undermine diplomatic efforts on North Korea.
ASPI continued the dialogue on carbon market cooperation in Northeast Asia through series of activities during Climate Week NYC.
In the New York Times, Kevin Rudd explains the complex internal politics that have shaped Aung San Suu Kyi's response to the Rohingya crisis.
On MSNBC, Lindsey Ford discusses how North Korea's tests are making life difficult for Xi Jinping at a bad time.

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At the UN, President Trump again flirted with jettisoning the Iran nuclear deal, which may hinder reforms in the country that he wants to see.
Analysts look at the options for dealing with the nuclear crisis unfolding on the Korean peninsula.
In this podcast short, analysts discuss the status of the Iran nuclear deal and how it has influenced American and Iranian politics.
A series of essays explores the increasingly crucial relationship between Canberra and Asia.
As the Indian prime minister prepares to meet with President Trump, the Asia Society Policy Institute discusses what's at stake.
Sue Mi Terry says recent meetings with North Korean officials reemphasized the country's commitment to its nuclear weapons program.

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