Luther Lie of Harvard Law School considers whether the implementation of Indonesia’s recently passed personal data protection law will follow the EU and US initiatives
Beijing’s moves will intensify the already heated China-US strategic rivalry.
An analysis of the security challenges Tokyo faces, particularly with China, given the possibility that Beijing may attempt to take control of Taiwan.
With limited access to data on online content and behavior that could point to remedies, only so much can be done to improve the safety and wellbeing of internet users.
The motivations and interests of leaders and their revered advisors and experts do not often coincide with those of the country or society.
The tense situation could offer an opportunity for China to show global leadership by mediating between Russia and Ukraine.
Japan could demonstrate how a middle power can successfully set a path through the treacherous terrain of the great power rivalry.
Washington must consider India’s key role in challenging China, both within and outside the emerging Quad framework.
Diplomacy is not working and Myanmar, now under military rule and isolated by the international community, seems disinterested.
While the two parties share many interests on which their cooperation is based, they diverge significantly in approaches to technology and data.
China should explore more holistic solutions as it seeks to manage the social impact of ubiquitous technological innovation.
The swift return to power of the Taliban will have far-reaching and long-term implications for the global Islamic movement.
Proponents of transparency and confidence-building measures led by the US need to meet halfway with China and Russia.
What does the president's reaction, or lack thereof, mean?
The aim: to reopen the doors to diplomacy and, in the long term, the denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula.