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Chimerica in Decline?
May 04, 2015
Chimerica in Decline?
It is not America in decline, but Chimerica, the hybrid phantom state that was to be the acme of market-based integration.
Chimerica in Decline?
China’s Efforts to Boost Consumption: Are They Enough?
May 03, 2015
China’s Efforts to Boost Consumption: Are They Enough?
The government is trying to restructure the economy, but it needs to do more.
China’s Efforts to Boost Consumption: Are They Enough?
China’s Secret Plan to Supplant the United States
May 03, 2015
China’s Secret Plan to Supplant the United States
A new book claims to shed light on a strategy that would make China the sole superpower by 2049.
China’s Secret Plan to Supplant the United States
The Rise of China’s Inland Cities
May 02, 2015
The Rise of China’s Inland Cities
Economic transformation is opening up new possibilities for inland cities in China and elsewhere.
The Rise of China’s Inland Cities
How Asia’s Richest Man Is Connected to China’s Leaders
May 02, 2015
How Asia’s Richest Man Is Connected to China’s Leaders
Plus, Hong Kong's splintered protest movement and China's take on the Baltimore riots. Friday China links.
How Asia’s Richest Man Is Connected to China’s Leaders
A Deepening US-Japan Alliance: Be Careful What You Wish For
May 01, 2015
A Deepening US-Japan Alliance: Be Careful What You Wish For
A deepening U.S.-Japan alliance might actually hurt Japan's security interests
A Deepening US-Japan Alliance: Be Careful What You Wish For
KMT Chairman's Historic Visit to Mainland China
May 01, 2015
KMT Chairman's Historic Visit to Mainland China
KMT Chairman Eric Chu will visit Beijing this weekend, opening up possibilities for a step forward in cross-strait ties.
KMT Chairman's Historic Visit to Mainland China
The Sputtering Eurasian Economic Union
May 01, 2015
The Sputtering Eurasian Economic Union
Four months after its launch, the union is alive but struggling.
The Sputtering Eurasian Economic Union
Gold’s Asian Future
May 01, 2015
Gold’s Asian Future
The region is set to be a growing source of demand for the precious metal.
Gold’s Asian Future
Nepal: Lessons from Disaster
May 01, 2015
Nepal: Lessons from Disaster
Last week's earthquake is a tragic reminder of the perils of outdated practices and failures of governance.
Nepal: Lessons from Disaster
Vietnam War: Understanding, Not Celebrating
May 01, 2015
Vietnam War: Understanding, Not Celebrating
For some Vietnamese, this week has been a time of remembrance, not celebration.
Vietnam War: Understanding, Not Celebrating
US-Japan Joint Patrols in the South China Sea?
May 01, 2015
US-Japan Joint Patrols in the South China Sea?
A brief look at the idea in the wake of recent discussions.
US-Japan Joint Patrols in the South China Sea?
A Closer Look at the New US-Japan Defense Guidelines
May 01, 2015
A Closer Look at the New US-Japan Defense Guidelines
The Diplomat speaks with Japanese MOFA press secretary Yasuhisa Kawamura about what the guidelines really mean.
A Closer Look at the New US-Japan Defense Guidelines
US Foreign Policy Bureaucrats See Tough Times Ahead
May 01, 2015
US Foreign Policy Bureaucrats See Tough Times Ahead
The U.S. Quadrennial Diplomacy and Development Review (QDDR) offers insight into problems facing U.S. foreign policy.
US Foreign Policy Bureaucrats See Tough Times Ahead
China Decries New US-Japan Defense Guidelines
May 01, 2015
China Decries New US-Japan Defense Guidelines
China lambasts the new guidelines, and the entire U.S.-Japan alliance, as a relic from the Cold War.
China Decries New US-Japan Defense Guidelines
What Japan's Abe Should Say About World War II
May 01, 2015
What Japan's Abe Should Say About World War II
To apologize or not -- that is the question facing Abe as he prepares for his August 15 address.
What Japan's Abe Should Say About World War II
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