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Four Considerations on the Chinese Economy
August 28, 2016
Four Considerations on the Chinese Economy
Plenty is written about the Chinese economy; but plenty more needs to be understood.
Four Considerations on the Chinese Economy
Thailand's Future After the Constitutional Referendum
August 27, 2016
Thailand's Future After the Constitutional Referendum
The Diplomat‘s Ankit Panda and Prashanth Parameswaran discuss Thailand's new constitution and upcoming Asian summits.
Thailand's Future After the Constitutional Referendum
Getting the Right World War I Metaphor for a US-China Clash
August 27, 2016
Getting the Right World War I Metaphor for a US-China Clash
The Great War has less to tell us about how a Pacific War might start than what it might look like.
Getting the Right World War I Metaphor for a US-China Clash
The G20 Summit: An Opportunity for India-China Relations
August 27, 2016
The G20 Summit: An Opportunity for India-China Relations
India should use the G20 Summit at Hangzhou to build better relations with China.
The G20 Summit: An Opportunity for India-China Relations
US Assistance to Pakistan Set to Fall to Lowest Level Since 2007
August 27, 2016
US Assistance to Pakistan Set to Fall to Lowest Level Since 2007
The decline in U.S. assistance isn't surprising given broader regional geopolitical trends and alignments.
US Assistance to Pakistan Set to Fall to Lowest Level Since 2007
A New Legal Landscape in the South China Sea
August 26, 2016
A New Legal Landscape in the South China Sea
We need to fully grasp the significance of the Philippines v. China verdict.
A New Legal Landscape in the South China Sea
Balochistan and the Killing of Akbar Bugti: 10 Years Later
August 26, 2016
Balochistan and the Killing of Akbar Bugti: 10 Years Later
The 2006 death of the revered Baloch leader set off the fifth and fiercest round of insurgency in Balochistan.
Balochistan and the Killing of Akbar Bugti: 10 Years Later
A Chinese Perspective on the US Presidential Election
August 26, 2016
A Chinese Perspective on the US Presidential Election
The rise of Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders signal a seachange in American identity.
A Chinese Perspective on the US Presidential Election
Yunnan: China's Bridge to South and Southeast Asia
August 26, 2016
Yunnan: China's Bridge to South and Southeast Asia
China is revisiting its periphery with a new, localized approach to regional multilateralism.
Yunnan: China's Bridge to South and Southeast Asia
Tsai's Refusal to Affirm the 1992 Consensus Spells Trouble for Taiwan
August 26, 2016
Tsai's Refusal to Affirm the 1992 Consensus Spells Trouble for Taiwan
Unless Tsai makes a U-turn on the Consensus, cross-strait ties could crumble.
Tsai's Refusal to Affirm the 1992 Consensus Spells Trouble for Taiwan
Hong Kong Teachers Warned Not to Discuss Independence
August 26, 2016
Hong Kong Teachers Warned Not to Discuss Independence
Hong Kong's government tells educators they are breaking the law by advocating for independence.
Hong Kong Teachers Warned Not to Discuss Independence
Japanese Defense Diplomacy and ASEAN
August 26, 2016
Japanese Defense Diplomacy and ASEAN
What is the real purpose of Japan’s stepped up defense cooperation in Southeast Asia?
Japanese Defense Diplomacy and ASEAN
The Natunas: Why Is Indonesia Developing A South China Sea Flashpoint?
August 26, 2016
The Natunas: Why Is Indonesia Developing A South China Sea Flashpoint?
We need to look beyond the headlines for a realistic assessment of what Jakarta wants and what it might get.
The Natunas: Why Is Indonesia Developing A South China Sea Flashpoint?
China, Russia, and the 'Concert of Eurasia'
August 26, 2016
China, Russia, and the 'Concert of Eurasia'
How the 19th century Concert of Europe helps shed light on the emerging China-Russia axis.
China, Russia, and the 'Concert of Eurasia'
Learning From China’s Foreign Aid Model
August 25, 2016
Learning From China’s Foreign Aid Model
China's aid strategy contradicts the Western approach, but is arguably more effective in achieving development goals.
Learning From China’s Foreign Aid Model
Can South Korea Capitalize on a Second Middle East Boom?
August 25, 2016
Can South Korea Capitalize on a Second Middle East Boom?
South Korea hopes that the Middle East is the answer to economic woes, but Seoul will have to tread carefully.
Can South Korea Capitalize on a Second Middle East Boom?
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