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|Myanmar Beyond the Elections: Strategy Needed to Address Sectarian Violence|
CISS associate, Adjunct Associate Professor Jonathan Bogais, recently wrote an article for the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) in Washington DC in which he warned that regardless of the elections results in Myanmar, violence against the Muslim Rohingya will continue with the potential for another 'boat-people' crisis.
|Xi-Ma summit to focus on cross-strait stability|
A/Professor Jingdong Yuan recently joined CNBC for a live interview to discuss the recent China-Taiwan summit in Singapore, and the relationship between Xi Jin-ping and Ma Ying-jeou. Click here to watch the interview.
|Two remarkable transitions: lessons from Oman and Somaliland|
Dr. Sarah Phillips writes about the political develoments of Oman and Somaliland on the DLP Blog. Click to read the full op-ed.
|Yingluck Shinawatra on Trial|
CISS Associate Dr. Aim Sinpeng commented on the current political crisis in Thailand, and former Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra's trial, on China Radio International last week. Listen to the full audio here.
|Benjamin Goldsmith to give poster presentation on his research at the 2015 Asian Political Methodology Conference, Taiwan|
CISS Associate Benjamin Goldsmith will be in Taipei, Taiwan this January 8-9th to give a poster presentation on his research "Political Competition and the Initiation of International Conflict: A New Perspective on the Institutional Foundations of Democratic Peace".
|Call For Proposals: Routledge Studies in Global Health Politics|
CISS Lecturer Dr. Adam Kamradt-Scott is co-editing a forthcoming book series with Routledge on Global Health Politics