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Kim Jong-nam's Assassins in Malaysia Used VX Nerve Agent. That's a Big Deal.
February 24, 2017
Kim Jong-nam's Assassins in Malaysia Used VX Nerve Agent. That's a Big Deal.
Malaysian authorities confirm Kim Jong-nam was killed by the VX nerve agent.
Kim Jong-nam's Assassins in Malaysia Used VX Nerve Agent. That's a Big Deal.
The Elephant in the Room: US Needs A Geo-economic Strategy For Asia, Now
February 24, 2017
The Elephant in the Room: US Needs A Geo-economic Strategy For Asia, Now
Washington urgently needs a comprehensive geo-economic strategy to counter China’s hegemonic ambition.
The Elephant in the Room: US Needs A Geo-economic Strategy For Asia, Now
Japan-ASEAN Cyber Cooperation in the Spotlight
February 24, 2017
Japan-ASEAN Cyber Cooperation in the Spotlight
News of a new training program highlights Tokyo’s important and growing role as an ASEAN partner in the cyber realm.
Japan-ASEAN Cyber Cooperation in the Spotlight
Why Japan Can't Criticize Trump's Refugee Ban
February 24, 2017
Why Japan Can't Criticize Trump's Refugee Ban
Trump's America isn't the only country turning its back on refugees. Japan is just as guilty.
Why Japan Can't Criticize Trump's Refugee Ban
North Korea Continues Its Streak of Messing Things Up for China
February 23, 2017
North Korea Continues Its Streak of Messing Things Up for China
With friends like these, who needs enemies?
North Korea Continues Its Streak of Messing Things Up for China
The Myth of a North Korea-Malaysia Special Relationship
February 23, 2017
The Myth of a North Korea-Malaysia Special Relationship
In the wake of a diplomatic row, it is worth setting the record straight on where bilateral relations really were.
The Myth of a North Korea-Malaysia Special Relationship
Why Trump Can't Break Russia Away From China
February 23, 2017
Why Trump Can't Break Russia Away From China
The conditions just aren't right for Kissinger-style triangular diplomacy.
Why Trump Can't Break Russia Away From China
Japan and India: Deepening Ties in the Age of Uncertainty
February 23, 2017
Japan and India: Deepening Ties in the Age of Uncertainty
With both countries concerned about U.S. leadership in Asia, a strong partnership looks more and more inevitable.
Japan and India: Deepening Ties in the Age of Uncertainty
Japan’s First Overseas Military Drill Spotlights Growing Security Role
February 23, 2017
Japan’s First Overseas Military Drill Spotlights Growing Security Role
Tokyo’s defense forces conducted their first drill outside of Japan alongside Asia’s largest multinational exercise.
Japan’s First Overseas Military Drill Spotlights Growing Security Role
South Korea’s Dangerous Leadership Vacuum
February 22, 2017
South Korea’s Dangerous Leadership Vacuum
South Korea’s ongoing political crisis is making it difficult to respond effectively to North Korean provocations.
South Korea’s Dangerous Leadership Vacuum
Time for Reality on North Korea
February 21, 2017
Time for Reality on North Korea
It may be time to start talking to Pyongyang.
Time for Reality on North Korea
North Korean Representatives May Meet Former US Officials in New York City
February 21, 2017
North Korean Representatives May Meet Former US Officials in New York City
Former U.S. officials may meet North Korean representatives in New York, suggesting Kim Jong-un is open to talks.
North Korean Representatives May Meet Former US Officials in New York City
US Carrier Strike Group Arrives in the South China Sea
February 21, 2017
US Carrier Strike Group Arrives in the South China Sea
The U.S. Navy now has two supercarriers deployed to the Asia-Pacific region.
US Carrier Strike Group Arrives in the South China Sea
From Hong Kong to Sydney: Asia’s Unaffordable Cities
February 21, 2017
From Hong Kong to Sydney: Asia’s Unaffordable Cities
Solving Asia’s affordability crisis will not happen overnight, and will require both demand and supply-side measures.
From Hong Kong to Sydney: Asia’s Unaffordable Cities
What Does the Kim Jong-Nam Assassination Mean for China?
February 17, 2017
What Does the Kim Jong-Nam Assassination Mean for China?
Kim Jong-un's older half-brother was reportedly living under Chinese protection before he was killed.
What Does the Kim Jong-Nam Assassination Mean for China?
How the Comfort Women Settlement Can Boost Japan-ROK Ties
February 17, 2017
How the Comfort Women Settlement Can Boost Japan-ROK Ties
Getting past the issue would pave the way for greater collaboration against urgent security threats.
How the Comfort Women Settlement Can Boost Japan-ROK Ties
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