Chinese Inroads Into Central Asia Coming at Russia’s Expense
The Ukraine war has revitalized the silent competition between China and Russia in Central Asia.
Asian Americans & Peace Allies Mobilize vs. Anti-China Aggression
Pivot To Peace was formed in response to the so-called “Pivot to Asia” announced in 2011, which has developed into a pivot toward war and confrontation.
Iranian, Turkey Move to Join Shanghai Cooperation Organization, Raising Its Profile
While far from an alliance, the SCO is increasingly utilized for managing Eurasian affairs without traditional Western mechanisms and organizations.
Standing for Global Solidarity with China's Ethnic Minorities
President Xi Jinping wants to be leader for life, but brave Chinese citizens continue to speak out against the increasingly authoritarian rule. We must stand with them.
What Happens When South Korea's Political Tourette's Syndrome Meets the US's Alzheimer's?
The result is truth in comedy with geopolitical consequences from a drive-by meet-and-diss.
Flag of Atrocities—Caste, Present and Future: Bilkis Bano
Welcome to Indian democracy, where Independence Day is celebrated by freeing rapists and murderers; and on other days, throwing the country’s fighters for accountability and justice into jail.