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Cambodia’s Hydroelectric Question: China Power and the Environment
July 30, 2014
Cambodia’s Hydroelectric Question: China Power and the Environment
Cambodia’s development and energy security require hydroelectric development.
Cambodia’s Hydroelectric Question: China Power and the Environment
Red Team Analysis: What a Russian Pivot East Might Mean For Japan
July 30, 2014
Red Team Analysis: What a Russian Pivot East Might Mean For Japan
An increased Russian presence in East Asia would likely heighten tensions with Japan.
Red Team Analysis: What a Russian Pivot East Might Mean For Japan
Breaking Through China’s Great Firewall
July 30, 2014
Breaking Through China’s Great Firewall
Can the US and EU use the WTO to halt Beijing’s blocks on Google, the New York Times and other sites?
Breaking Through China’s Great Firewall
US Welcomes China’s RIMPAC Spying
July 30, 2014
US Welcomes China’s RIMPAC Spying
The top U.S. military leader in the Pacific sees a silver lining in China’s military surveillance of RIMPAC.
US Welcomes China’s RIMPAC Spying
North Korea Resumes Rare Earth Exports to China
July 30, 2014
North Korea Resumes Rare Earth Exports to China
A new report says that North Korea shipped $1.8 million of rare earths to China in May and June of this year.
North Korea Resumes Rare Earth Exports to China
Aegis, Missile Defense and the US Pivot
July 30, 2014
Aegis, Missile Defense and the US Pivot
The U.S. Navy’s Aegis Weapon System is the lynchpin for regional missile defense in Asia.
Aegis, Missile Defense and the US Pivot
US-India Strategic Dialogue: All About Building Momentum
July 30, 2014
US-India Strategic Dialogue: All About Building Momentum
John Kerry, flanked by several high-level U.S. officials, will be in New Delhi this week.
US-India Strategic Dialogue: All About Building Momentum
Imagining U.S.-China Relations Under (President) Hillary Clinton
July 30, 2014
Imagining U.S.-China Relations Under (President) Hillary Clinton
Should Hillary Clinton become president in 2016, her negative reputation in China might be a problem.
Imagining U.S.-China Relations Under (President) Hillary Clinton
Geography and Indian Strategy
July 30, 2014
Geography and Indian Strategy
India can take advantage of its location to become a major player in Asia.
Geography and Indian Strategy
No, China Did Not Blink by Removing Its Oil Rig
July 30, 2014
No, China Did Not Blink by Removing Its Oil Rig
Like the decision to install the oil rig, the removal is also part of long-term strategic plan. It will come back.
No, China Did Not Blink by Removing Its Oil Rig
In Zhou Yongkang, Xi Bags the Ultimate 'Tiger'
July 29, 2014
In Zhou Yongkang, Xi Bags the Ultimate 'Tiger'
In an unprecedented move, the CCP has placed a former Politburo Standing Committee member under investigation.
In Zhou Yongkang, Xi Bags the Ultimate 'Tiger'
The BRICS Bank and China’s Economic Statecraft
July 29, 2014
The BRICS Bank and China’s Economic Statecraft
Can a China-dominated New Development Bank replace the World Bank and the IMF?
The BRICS Bank and China’s Economic Statecraft
Thomas Piketty and Asia
July 29, 2014
Thomas Piketty and Asia
The West has been enthralled with Thomas Piketty’s bestseller, but his work seems less persuasive in Asia.
Thomas Piketty and Asia
China Conducted Anti-Satellite Missile Test
July 29, 2014
China Conducted Anti-Satellite Missile Test
The U.S. says that China conducted an anti-satellite missile test last week, not a ballistic missile defense test.
China Conducted Anti-Satellite Missile Test
The New Thailand-Myanmar Axis
July 29, 2014
The New Thailand-Myanmar Axis
With China’s backing, post-coup Thailand and Myanmar-- ASEAN's quasi-democracies-- are moving closer together.
The New Thailand-Myanmar Axis
Russia’s Growing Isolation
July 29, 2014
Russia’s Growing Isolation
As international polls show growing dislike of Russia over Ukraine, East Asia may be its last option for cooperation.
Russia’s Growing Isolation
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