“New Perspectives on Asia” highlights the research of junior CSIS staff on issues that are quietly shaping the world’s most dynamic region. While these staff primarily support CSIS senior scholars in the conceptualization, design, research, and execution of projects that address major challenges and opportunities from Delhi to Darwin, the complex tapestry of the Indo-Pacific contains multiple threads that our junior staff have come to know as well as anyone in the field. In this series, they have identified some of the most interesting themes not yet captured in CSIS programming in order to share their research and insights and to broaden discussions across the center and the policy community at all levels.
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AllNew Perspectives on Asia Blog Posts
Blog Post by Lauren Mai — November 17, 2023
Blog Post by Smiti Mathur — October 23, 2023
Blog Post by Yumei Lin — September 28, 2023
Blog Post by Ramil Mercado — September 28, 2023
Blog Post by Lam Tran — September 11, 2023
Blog Post by Qingyi Yin — September 6, 2023
Blog Post by Lily Napach — August 23, 2023
Blog Post by Reika Herman and Mai Takahata — August 14, 2023
Blog Post by Yatin Jain — June 9, 2023
Blog Post by Ray Joseph — June 8, 2023