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| Vol. XXVII / 2016
Michelguglielmo Torri & Nicola Mocci, Foreword: Asia Maior in 2016
Francesca Congiu & Alessandro Uras, China 2016: Defending the legitimacy of the party-state’s authority
Aurelio Insisa, Taiwan 2012-2016: From consolidation to the collapse of cross-strait rapprochement
Marco Milani, Korean Peninsula 2016: The never-ending crisis
Giulio Pugliese, Japan 2016: Political stability amidst maritime contestation and historical reconciliation
Carmina Yu Untalan, The Philippines 2016: Democracy in dispute?
Elena Valdameri, Indonesia 2016: A difficult equilibrium amid global anxiety
Michela Cerimele, Vietnam 2016: The aftermath of the 12th congress, between continuities and changes
Nicola Mocci, Laos 2016: The 10th congress of the Lao People’s Revolutionary Party (Lprp) and its domestic and international aftermath
Pietro Masina, Thailand 2016: The death of King Bhumibol and the deepening of the political crisis
Matteo Fumagalli, Myanmar 2016: From enthusiasm to disillusionment
Marzia Casolari, Bangladesh 2016: A laboratory for Islamic radicalism
Fabio Leone, Sri Lanka 2016: Does the new era continue?
Michelguglielmo Torri & Diego Maiorano, India 2016: Reforming the economy and tightening the connection with the US (with an Appendix by Marco Valerio Corvino, A brutal and violent year in the Kashmir Valley)
Marco Corsi, Pakistan 2016: Economic features
Diego Abenante, Afghanistan 2016: Military crisis and contested reforms
Luciano Zaccara, Iran 2016: From the Saudi embassy attack to the demise of Rafsanjani
Adele Del Sordi, Kazakhstan 2015-2016: Balancing regime stability amidst local and global challenges