Writing includes policy analysis and foreign reportage, as well as book reviews and essays on LGBT+ issues.
Journal of Indo-Pacific Affairs (U.S. Air Force) (5/20): Book Review: "Strategy Strikes Back"
East-West Center (4/30): Hun Sen's mistake? The domestic political ramifications of his Chinese shelter (peer-reviewed)
Nikkei Asian Review (4/6): Chinese aggression pushes Vietnam ever closer to Washington
The Boston Globe (4/2): How to prevent Myanmar from becoming another US failure
Journal of Indo-Pacific Affairs (U.S. Air Force) (3/23): Book Review: "Maxwell Taylor’s Cold War"
Foreign Policy (3/4): Biden can engage Southeast Asia without compromising US values
The National Interest (3/4): Why Asia is not eager to join a new trade deal on America’s terms
American Purpose (3/3): Show Me the Money
LSE Review of Books (2/17): Book Review: "Tomorrow, the World: The Birth of U.S. Global Supremacy"
LSE IDEAS (2/16): Myanmar’s coup: A blow to democracy, a headache for China
Council on Foreign Relations (1/22): A Review of "How China Loses"
LSE Review of Books (1/21): Book Review: "The War on the Uyghurs"
ISEAS-Yusof Ishak Institute (12/17): Pushing back against China's digital order
East-West Center (12/3): U.S. policy towards Cambodia requires nuance
American Purpose (11/16): Southeast Asia's balancing act
The Boston Globe (11/9): Stand up for Taiwan
The National Interest (10/21): To beat China, support people, not illiberal elites
SupChina (10/21): China's relationship with Southeast Asia, explained
CNN Opinion (10/19): By limiting student visas, the US is losing more than students
LSE IDEAS (10/14): Ask the experts: Is a renewed EU-China partnership possible?
ISEAS-Yusof Ishak Institute (10/5): Biden "Re-pivot" to Asia cannot be Obama 2.0
The Boston Globe (10/4): Expand American influence around the world, or else China will fill our shoes
9DASHLINE (9/9): Thailand protests: an ancien régime faces a reckoning
The Boston Globe (9/3): China's leader makes it all about him, and that's dangerous
The Diplomat (9/1): How the US can win back Southeast Asia
LSE IDEAS (7/10): The failures of the "China fantasy"
Haaretz (6/14): How long can Trump bully Israel to downgrade ties with China?
9DASHLINE (6/2): Has the Mekong become the new South China Sea?
The Washington Post (6/2): Welcome to China’s new interventionist foreign policy
Lowy Institute (5/27) Another pearl in China's string?
Politico Europe (5/22): China flexes its trade muscles
LSE IDEAS (5/14) Covid-19 and the Global South
Foreign Policy (4/20): Beijing's propaganda is finding few takers
The American Interest (4/15): How China's mask diplomacy failed
LSE IDEAS (3/25): Battleground Southeast Asia: China's rise and America's options
Slate (3/20): China is not the hero of the pandemic
Foreign Policy (3/10): Hun Sen is rewriting Cambodian history under Xi Jinping's tutelage
The Diplomat (2/29): Making the most of U.S.-ASEAN ties, even without the Vegas summit
Politico Europe (2/21): How Brexit could undermine human rights in Cambodia
The Washington Post (2/1): Trump's travel ban expansion is an unexpected win—for China
2019 and before
Foreign Policy (12/12): In Cambodia, 'rule of law' means Hun Sen rules
Lowy Institute (11/26): Cambodia: playing the long game with Hun Sen
Washington Monthly (11/25): Where China isn't sending its best and brightest
The Diplomat (10/1): Can the U.S. bring Cambodia back from the brink?
World Politics Review (4/12): Trump, normally cozy with despots, takes a hard line with Cambodia’s Hun Sen
The American Prospect (8/15): A free press in Europe? Not if we have anything to say about it! (2018)
Jewish Telegraphic Agency (5/26): Profile of Romanian politician Peter Eckstein-Kovács
Haaretz (5/14): The crumbling structures of Romania's Jewish past
Los Angeles Review of Books (4/12): O Jerusalem, if I should forget you
Washington Monthly (2/20): The Trump administration is putting more refugees in harm's way
Washington Monthly (1/15): The Trump administration just quietly deported 25 Cambodian immigrants
Los Angeles Review of Books (1/6): The longest failed regime in the world
Los Angeles Review of Books (8/2): Tough fighters hanging on in Vietnam
Just Security (8/29): Protections fall for Vietnamese immigrants as Trump pushes deportations
The Atlantic (7/20): Agent Orange's continued legacy in Cambodia and Laos
Foreign Policy (7/16): Hun Sen's man in Washington (state)
Los Angeles Times (5/21): Vietnam War left a painful legacy for indigenous minority that fought alongside U.S.
Los Angeles Times (3/6): He was deported at 19. Now a 30-year-old Cambodian is back home in California
The New York Times (2/15): Deported and 9,000 miles apart, but 'you stay with the person you love'
Jewish Telegraphic Agency (1/7): In repressive Myanmar, a tiny Jewish community hangs on to the past
The Atlantic (1/16): Cambodian deportees return to a 'home' they've never known
Southeast Asia Globe (12/14): Khmer Rouge tribunal: 'astonishing failure' or 'justice for millions'?
The Atlantic (12/13): Democrats challenge Trump over Vietnam deportations
The Atlantic (12/12): Trump moves to deport Vietnam War refugees
The New York Times (12/12): Dozens more Cambodian immigrants to be deported from U.S., officials say
Southeast Asia Globe (12/12): The deportees caught in Trump's immigration war
The New York Times (11/22): Trump administration quietly backs off on deporting Vietnamese immigrants
South China Morning Post (11/16): Khmer Rouge leaders convicted of genocide in landmark court ruling
The New York Times (10/18/2019): 'Big Mouth' is the queer childhood I wish I had
The Atlantic (8/24/2019): When kids are straight until proven otherwise
The New Republic (6/18/2019): No, the Buttigiegs are not straight
Los Angeles Review of Books (8/7/2019): The tax of otherness: Lil Nas X and queer masculinity
The Washington Post (3/1/2018): Even in a progressive environment, I had trouble coming out as gay
Culture and sports
Los Angeles Review of Books (12/18/2020): Stars, Bars, and Memoirs
The New York Times (2/1/2020): 'BoJack Horseman' ended with a necessary reckoning
Jewish Telegraphic Agency (6/8/2018): Anthony Bourdain used food to bridge divides
These Football Times (5/11/2018): A trip into the elusive but ever-improving world of Andorran football
Los Angeles Review of Books (1/15/2021): Travelogue of the Exodus
The New York Jewish Week (8/25/2020): What Black liberation and Jewish liberation have in common
Los Angeles Review of Books (5/30/2020): When Israel was socialist
Haaretz (3/23/2020): American Jews don't care that Israel's democracy is falling apart
The Times of Israel (8/20/2018): A nationalist streak runs through Putin's love for Jews and Israel
Jewish Telegraphic Agency (6/28/2018): Desus and Mero are late-night comedy's most Jewish hosts
Image: Freshwater snails on sale at Orussey Market, Phnom Penh (Charles Dunst)