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Pakistan Is Drifting Away From Japan
January 21, 2017
Pakistan Is Drifting Away From Japan
Ties thrived in the early post-war period, but lately Japan-Pakistan relations have stalled out.
Pakistan Is Drifting Away From Japan
International Law Is Under Siege in the South China Sea
January 21, 2017
International Law Is Under Siege in the South China Sea
China is the latest to flout international law, but the United States paved the way.
International Law Is Under Siege in the South China Sea
China's GDP Growth: Slow and Slower?
January 20, 2017
China's GDP Growth: Slow and Slower?
China's official figures show slowing growth – and the real picture may be worse.
China's GDP Growth: Slow and Slower?
North Korea's Choice for the Next South Korean President
January 20, 2017
North Korea's Choice for the Next South Korean President
Anyone but Ban Ki-moon, apparently.
North Korea's Choice for the Next South Korean President
How Can China Guide Economic Globalization?
January 20, 2017
How Can China Guide Economic Globalization?
A look at President Xi Jinping's speech at the World Economic Forum in Davos.
How Can China Guide Economic Globalization?
Why China's Supporters in Hong Kong are Divided
January 20, 2017
Why China's Supporters in Hong Kong are Divided
The pro-establishment camp is just as diverse, if not more fractious, than the pro-democracy one.
Why China's Supporters in Hong Kong are Divided
Why Did China Add 6 Years to the Second Sino-Japanese War?
January 20, 2017
Why Did China Add 6 Years to the Second Sino-Japanese War?
What the revision to Chinese history textbooks tells us about China.  
Why Did China Add 6 Years to the Second Sino-Japanese War?
Can Japan Lead Asia's Economic Order?
January 20, 2017
Can Japan Lead Asia's Economic Order?
Tokyo can be a champion of the economic order if Abe is prepared to lead.
Can Japan Lead Asia's Economic Order?
Japan Plans First Military Communications Satellite Launch
January 19, 2017
Japan Plans First Military Communications Satellite Launch
Japan anticipates the operationalization of a space-based X-band military communication satellite network.
Japan Plans First Military Communications Satellite Launch
Interview: Thomas Byrne on the Future of the US-ROK Alliance
January 19, 2017
Interview: Thomas Byrne on the Future of the US-ROK Alliance
A conversation about prospects for the relationship amid domestic political changes in both countries.
Interview: Thomas Byrne on the Future of the US-ROK Alliance
US Deploys 1st F-35B Squadron to Japan
January 19, 2017
US Deploys 1st F-35B Squadron to Japan
This constitutes the first overseas deployment of the F-35B Lightning II stealth fighter.
US Deploys 1st F-35B Squadron to Japan
Vietnam’s Foreign Policy Balancing Act
January 19, 2017
Vietnam’s Foreign Policy Balancing Act
Vietnam's multidirectional foreign policy includes outreach to China, the United States, India, and Japan.
Vietnam’s Foreign Policy Balancing Act
Why Ban Ki-Moon Is Not Going To Be the Next South Korean President
January 18, 2017
Why Ban Ki-Moon Is Not Going To Be the Next South Korean President
Ban's political shortcomings, and a spotty track record as secretary-general, make him a lackluster candidate.
Why Ban Ki-Moon Is Not Going To Be the Next South Korean President
Why the New Japan-Australia Military Pact Matters
January 18, 2017
Why the New Japan-Australia Military Pact Matters
A closer look at the significance of the signing of a new defense pact.
Why the New Japan-Australia Military Pact Matters
India Launches New Attack Submarine
January 18, 2017
India Launches New Attack Submarine
The new sub is expected to be delivered to the Indian Navy by the end of 2017.
India Launches New Attack Submarine
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