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    Malaysia-Taiwan Economic Relations: Continued Convergence
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    Malaysia-Taiwan Economic Relations: Continued Convergence

    15 May 2024 | Elina NOOR

    GLOBAL TAIWAN INSTITUTE - APLN member Elina Noor wrote about the impact of the Taipei's New Southbound Policy and future collaborative opportunities between Malaysia and Taiwan. 

    The Transformation of India’s Space Policy
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    The Transformation of India’s Space Policy

    14 May 2024 | Rajeswari Pillai RAJAGOPALAN

    SPACE POLICY JOURNAL - APLN member Rajeswari Pillai Rajagopalan co-writes a paper with Dimitrios Stroikos on the transformation of India's space policy.

    미리보는 제19회 제주포럼 | 역사 속에서 평화를 보다
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    미리보는 제19회 제주포럼 | 역사 속에서 평화를 보다

    13 May 2024 | LIM Eunjung

    JEJU FORUM - APLN member Eunjung Lim was featured in a video created by the Jeju Forum, where she discussed the overall international situation with Ambassador Ko Yun Ju and Professor Park Jae Jeok.

    The Contradictions of “Progressive Realism,” and How to Overcome Them
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    The Contradictions of “Progressive Realism,” and How to Overcome Them

    13 May 2024 | Van JACKSON

    THE DUCK OF MINERVA - APLN Senior Research Adviser Van Jackson comments on Labour MP David Lammy's recent piece in Foreign Affairs and highlights the contradictions of "progressive realism".

    India's Doctrine During the Cold War
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    India's Doctrine During the Cold War

    13 May 2024 | Frank O'DONNELL

    STRATEGIC LEARNING - APLN Senior Research Adviser Frank O’Donnell describes how India’s strategic posture evolved during the Cold War era.

    Will Seoul’s Ties With Moscow Really Recover on Their Own?
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    Will Seoul’s Ties With Moscow Really Recover on Their Own?

    13 May 2024 | Chung-in MOON

    HANKYOREH - APLN Vice Chair Chung-in Moon highlights that the decay of inter-Korean relations and US-Russia relations has become a major obstacle.

    ‘Trump’s Possible Return Will Be Mixed Bag for South Korea’
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    ‘Trump’s Possible Return Will Be Mixed Bag for South Korea’

    9 May 2024 | Chung-in MOON

    THE KOREA TIMES - APLN Vice Chair Chung-in Moon was interviewed by the Korea Times, where he discussed the implications of the U.S. presidential election and foreign policy of the Yoon administration.

    Intersecting Crises, Joined Up Solutions
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    Intersecting Crises, Joined Up Solutions

    8 May 2024 | Mely CABALLERO-ANTHONY

    SIPRI - APLN member Mely Caballero-Anthony discussed how converging crises challenge existing policy approaches and explored the necessary incentives and innovations to foster better cooperation ...

    Prof. Ramesh Thakur & Ben Falconer on The Chris Smith Show
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    Prof. Ramesh Thakur & Ben Falconer on The Chris Smith Show

    6 May 2024 | Ramesh THAKUR

    THE CHRIS SMITH SHOW PODCAST - APLN member Ramesh Thakur was featured in the Christ Smith Show podcast, where he discussed the World Health Organization’s proposed pandemic treaty reforms.

    The Real Motives for China’s Nuclear Expansion
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    The Real Motives for China’s Nuclear Expansion

    3 May 2024 | Tong ZHAO

    FOREIGN AFFAIRS - APLN member Tong Zhao writes on the underlying drivers of China's nuclear expansion, and the implications for US-China security and overall relations

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