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China’s Emergency Relief to South Sudan
October 26, 2014
China’s Emergency Relief to South Sudan
Beijing has been quietly ramping up its aid to the war-torn country.
China’s Emergency Relief to South Sudan
U.S. Should Not Neglect Europe in China Policy
October 25, 2014
U.S. Should Not Neglect Europe in China Policy
Europe still has an important role to play in Washington's policy for East Asia.
U.S. Should Not Neglect Europe in China Policy
The Myth of India as a Great Power
October 25, 2014
The Myth of India as a Great Power
Plus, Fukuyama on dealing with China and Xi Jinping as China’s new imperial president. Pacific Realist links.
The Myth of India as a Great Power
Kerry: Return to Six Party Talks Possible 'in the Next Weeks, Months'
October 25, 2014
Kerry: Return to Six Party Talks Possible 'in the Next Weeks, Months'
Secretary of State John Kerry said the U.S.still wants concrete commitments from Pyongyang before talks resume.
Kerry: Return to Six Party Talks Possible 'in the Next Weeks, Months'
Is China Sending Its Fishermen to the Senkakus?
October 24, 2014
Is China Sending Its Fishermen to the Senkakus?
Plus, Chinese innovation, Zhou Xiaoping, and more on the "rule of law" in China. Friday links.
Is China Sending Its Fishermen to the Senkakus?
A Delay Could Strengthen the U.S.-Japan Defense Guidelines
October 24, 2014
A Delay Could Strengthen the U.S.-Japan Defense Guidelines
Plus new space-based cooperation and maritime drills. A Japan-U.S. defense links roundup.
A Delay Could Strengthen the U.S.-Japan Defense Guidelines
X-Band and THAAD as Good as Anti-China Trilateral Defense Agreement?
October 24, 2014
X-Band and THAAD as Good as Anti-China Trilateral Defense Agreement?
The U.S. transfer of high-end hardware seeks to put China in an ever-shrinking security box.
X-Band and THAAD as Good as Anti-China Trilateral Defense Agreement?
US Economists Warn on China, India Growth Slowdown
October 24, 2014
US Economists Warn on China, India Growth Slowdown
Beware ‘Asiaphoria’ says former Treasury Secretary Lawrence Summers.
US Economists Warn on China, India Growth Slowdown
Calming the Seas: Chinese Vessels Temporarily Vanish from Senkaku Contiguous Zone
October 24, 2014
Calming the Seas: Chinese Vessels Temporarily Vanish from Senkaku Contiguous Zone
For nearly two weeks in October, China halted all patrols in the contiguous zone of the Senkaku Islands. Why?
Calming the Seas: Chinese Vessels Temporarily Vanish from Senkaku Contiguous Zone
Should the US Proliferate A2/AD in Asia?
October 24, 2014
Should the US Proliferate A2/AD in Asia?
The United States shouldn't rush into arming its allies with anti-access/area denial technologies.
Should the US Proliferate A2/AD in Asia?
North Korea Bans All Tourism Over Ebola Concerns
October 23, 2014
North Korea Bans All Tourism Over Ebola Concerns
“The country’s closed" until further notice, a travel agency specializing in North Korea said.
North Korea Bans All Tourism Over Ebola Concerns
Under US Pressure, Major Countries Snub China’s New Regional Bank
October 23, 2014
Under US Pressure, Major Countries Snub China’s New Regional Bank
On Friday, China will officially launch its new regional infrastructure bank. Many notable nations will be absent.
Under US Pressure, Major Countries Snub China’s New Regional Bank
Chinese Fishermen in Troubled Waters
October 23, 2014
Chinese Fishermen in Troubled Waters
Strategic issues are not the only driver behind the recent incidents involving Chinese fishermen.
Chinese Fishermen in Troubled Waters
Could China Miss its First Growth Target Since the Financial Crisis?
October 23, 2014
Could China Miss its First Growth Target Since the Financial Crisis?
Consumer demand doesn’t appear strong enough to keep the economy on course.
Could China Miss its First Growth Target Since the Financial Crisis?
Has Japan’s Softbank Found the Next Alibaba?
October 23, 2014
Has Japan’s Softbank Found the Next Alibaba?
CEO Masayoshi Son is looking to make his mark on Southeast Asian’s ecommerce market.
Has Japan’s Softbank Found the Next Alibaba?
Chinese Salafism and the Saudi Connection
October 23, 2014
Chinese Salafism and the Saudi Connection
In China, the Hui Salafi sect, and its links with Saudi Arabia, have a long and complex history.
Chinese Salafism and the Saudi Connection
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