THE TRIBUNE - C Uday Bhaskar argues that a review of the nuclear command and control (C2) roles is imperative given the ambiguous and contradictory Indian organisational chart.
QUINCY INSTITUTE - Jessica J. Lee and Sarang Shidore write on the negative consequences of pushing South Korea toward containing Beijing.
INDIAN EXPRESS - Shyam Saran writes: A rare but perishable opportunity has presented itself to significantly advance India’s long-term prospects. It must be grasped with single-minded tenacity.
HANKYOREH - Korea must choose between nuclear armament on the one hand and economic prosperity and the Korea-US alliance on the other.
THE HINDU - There could be headwinds as the CPC prepares for its 20th Congress in autumn and tracks the ‘China Dream’.
SCMP - C. Uday Bhaskar outlines two broad lessons for Asia arguing that Ukraine war should be a reminder to Asia to move past its old rivalries and insecurities.
BUSINESS STANDARD - The war in Ukraine has added urgency to its plans to internationalise the yuan and establish an alternative inter-bank messaging service.
IFENG NEWS - North Korea's successful test-fire of the Hwasong-17 intercontinental ballistic missile has heightened tensions on the Korean peninsula.
MELBOURNE ASIA REVIEW - APLN member Natasha Stott Despoja AO shares her views on women's rights and women's perspectives in the debate and analysis about great power competition.
DAUM NEWS - The Sejong Institute has predicted that there is a high possibility of an armed demonstration by the DPRK on the occasion of the 110th anniversary of the 'Day of the Sun.'