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Rohingya Crisis in Southeast Asia: The Jihadi Dimension
The Rohingya problem is an old one. After nearly 70 years, the problem has been greatly aggravated by rising sectarian violence by radical Buddhist groups against Muslims and the involvement of transnational terrorist ...
China as the Rising Hegemon: Need for Global Cultural Adjustment?
The global community’s cultural adjustment to China’s rise as a global hegemon will be prolonged and vexatious. Given the long western dominance, the Chinese ‘cultural way’ might be cause of much political tension in ...
Who Wins Jakarta Election: Does it Matter?
The Jakarta gubernatorial election tomorrow will be a test of pluralism and political Islam. It is also a litmus test of Indonesia's moderate multiculturalism versus a hardline Islamism.
BIMSTEC at 20: Prospects For Maritime Security Governance
The Bay of Bengal Initiative for Multi-Sectoral Technical and Economic Cooperation (BIMSTEC) celebrates its 20th anniversary in June. BIMSTEC needs to engage in maritime security cooperation to meet the challenges of a ...