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Asia’s Great Innovation Leap Forward
August 30, 2016
Asia’s Great Innovation Leap Forward
Asian countries are moving on up in the latest innovation ratings. Can the region sustain its progress?
Asia’s Great Innovation Leap Forward
Will an Abe-Xi Meeting Happen on the Sidelines of the 2016 G20 Summit?
August 29, 2016
Will an Abe-Xi Meeting Happen on the Sidelines of the 2016 G20 Summit?
The two leaders last met in April 2015.
Will an Abe-Xi Meeting Happen on the Sidelines of the 2016 G20 Summit?
China's 'Red Line' Warning to Japan on South China Sea FONOPs Is Here to Stay
August 29, 2016
China's 'Red Line' Warning to Japan on South China Sea FONOPs Is Here to Stay
Beijing does not dispute reports that its envoy to Tokyo drew a "red line" for Japan in the South China Sea.
China's 'Red Line' Warning to Japan on South China Sea FONOPs Is Here to Stay
China's First Homemade Carrier Could Take to the Seas Later This Year
August 29, 2016
China's First Homemade Carrier Could Take to the Seas Later This Year
Multiple reports suggest that the PLAN's first indigenous carrier could enter sea trials later this year.
China's First Homemade Carrier Could Take to the Seas Later This Year
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
Australia Warns French Submarine Maker After Massive Security Leak
August 27, 2016
Australia Warns French Submarine Maker After Massive Security Leak
French shipbuilder DCNS was asked to beef up its security after the leak of top-secret documents.
Australia Warns French Submarine Maker After Massive Security Leak
India and the Scorpene Leak: Untangling the Knots
August 27, 2016
India and the Scorpene Leak: Untangling the Knots
Answering 3 critical questions about the leaked information on India's submarines.
India and the Scorpene Leak: Untangling the Knots
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 Struggles of South Korea’s Working Women
August 26, 2016
The Struggles of South Korea’s Working Women
How structural barriers impede South Korean women from joining the workforce.
The Struggles of South Korea’s Working Women
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
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
Does Australia's War Memory Need a Rethink?
August 25, 2016
Does Australia's War Memory Need a Rethink?
A recent incident between Australia and Vietnam points to a broader problem.
Does Australia's War Memory Need a Rethink?
The Growing China Watcher Industry
August 25, 2016
The Growing China Watcher Industry
Quis spectabit ipsos spectatores?
The Growing China Watcher Industry
Are the United States and China Condemned to a Military Stalemate?
August 25, 2016
Are the United States and China Condemned to a Military Stalemate?
A new article posits a technology-heavy analysis of the future of the U.S.-China military balance.
Are the United States and China Condemned to a Military Stalemate?
Top Secret Data on India’s New Stealth Attack Submarine Leaked
August 24, 2016
Top Secret Data on India’s New Stealth Attack Submarine Leaked
French defense contractor DCNS suffered a massive leak of secret documents.
Top Secret Data on India’s New Stealth Attack Submarine Leaked
The Soviet Korean Who Ended the Forgotten War
August 24, 2016
The Soviet Korean Who Ended the Forgotten War
The story of General Nam Il's incredible journey from the Russian Far East to North Korea, via Uzbekistan.
The Soviet Korean Who Ended the Forgotten War
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