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In this Oxford Debate we are debating whether India's status as a democracy is inevitably dwindling into nonexistence or whether this threat is overblown and the rankings merely reflect a temporary phase.
Ahead of the Philippines election on May 9, two clear front runners have emerged with divergent views on how the country should navigate a world with increased great power competition, writes Dominique Fraser.
French President Macron wants to be a central actor in the Indo-Pacific region. What motivates him to step it up now, and why does he think Europe should be an alternative for countries tied up in a choice between China or the U.S.?
The coronavirus pandemic led to an exponential increase in plastic and other waste production worldwide. However, Korea's government, corporate, and individual initiatives bring hope that a plastic-free society remains within reach.
In partnership with the George H. W. Bush Foundation for U.S.-China Relations, Asia Society Texas hosted a webcast discussing international relations regarding how Hong Kong and Taiwan would factor into future U.S. policy toward China.