ASIAN REVIEW

Weekly Review of the Continent

AFGHANISTAN : THE UNENDING CHAOS

With the Taliban and ISIS seizing control over key areas, is Afghanistan heading toward an unending chaos.

By Asian Review Staff

SOUTH KOREA IN THE CROSSFIRE

Amidst the escalating tension between US and North Korea, what is at stake for South Korea.

By Asian Review Staff

JAPAN-US BONHOMIE

With the Trump administration getting cosier with Japan, what it means for the geopolitics of the region.

By Asian Review Staff

BANGLADESH : A DARK HORSE

As Bangladesh continues to grow at 6.5%, inking trade ties with major global players, will it be the new dark horse for the region.

By Asian Review Staff

THE SYRIAN CRISIS : CAN PEACE RETURN ANYTIME SOON

With recent meetings between Syrian government and opposition groups rekindling hope, can peace return anytime soon.

By Asian Review Staff

CHINA’S PAIN FOR INDIA : A TALE OF TWO ECONOMIES

As China hits a dwindling growth figure, will China’s pain of economic slowdown be India’s pain too.

By Asian Review Staff

MYANMAR UNDER TRANSITION

With the military holding one quarter of the seats in parliament and key portfolios, can Suu Kyi's long-cherished civilian government deliver on the expectations.

By Asian Review Staff

THE VIETNAMESE DILEMMA : OF STRATEGIC TRANSITION AND BANDWAGONING

Will the re-election of Nguyen Phu Trong as the General Secretary of the Communist Party slowdown reform.

By Asian Review Staff