Zachary Abuza

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Opinion | As China doles out coronavirus vaccine in Southeast Asia, US withers in a leadership vacuum

Beijing’s success in stopping the spread of Covid-19 is a source of soft power, while Washington has earned no capital in its approach to vaccine diplomacy.

Beijing’s success in stopping the spread of Covid-19 is a source of soft power, while Washington has earned no capital in its approach to vaccine diplomacy.

As China doles out coronavirus vaccine in Southeast Asia, US withers in a leadership vacuum
31 Dec 2020 - 1:51AM
Opinion | Thailand’s protesters are taking on the monarchy because of the military

Thailand’s military seized power, refuses to accept an electoral mandate and thwarts political reforms, all in the name of defending the monarchy.

Thailand’s military seized power, refuses to accept an electoral mandate and thwarts political reforms, all in the name of defending the monarchy.

Thailand’s protesters are taking on the monarchy because of the military
18 Oct 2020 - 8:24PM
Analysis | Who’s the Baghdadi now: after US special forces hunted down Isis leader, who will take his place in Southeast Asia’s terror groups?

US special forces may have bagged his body, but the virulent ideology of the Islamic State leader lives on in the disparate groups of militants – men and women – he inspired in Southeast Asia.

US special forces may have bagged his body, but the virulent ideology of the Islamic State leader lives on in the disparate groups of militants – men and women – he inspired in Southeast Asia.

Who’s the Baghdadi now: after US special forces hunted down Isis leader, who will take his place in Southeast Asia’s terror groups?
2 Nov 2019 - 4:37AM
Opinion | Sri Lanka attacks: why the wealthy and successful become suicide bombers

The world was shocked to hear that two of the nine suicide bombers that hit Sri Lanka were children of a millionaire who grew up in luxury. But we shouldn’t be surprised that the wealthy are sacrificing themselves, writes Zachary Abuza.

The world was shocked to hear that two of the nine suicide bombers that hit Sri Lanka were children of a millionaire who grew up in luxury. But we shouldn’t be surprised that the wealthy are sacrificing themselves, writes Zachary Abuza.

Sri Lanka attacks: why the wealthy and successful become suicide bombers
29 Apr 2019 - 5:19AM