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Why It Matters That the US May Sanction Chinese Entities Over Cyber Espionage
September 01, 2015
Why It Matters That the US May Sanction Chinese Entities Over Cyber Espionage
Cyber's always been a touchy subject for U.S.-China ties. This time, Washington will rock the boat.
Why It Matters That the US May Sanction Chinese Entities Over Cyber Espionage
Gilgit-Baltistan: Pakistan’s Hidden Paradise
August 31, 2015
Gilgit-Baltistan: Pakistan’s Hidden Paradise
Some stunning experiences await the traveler to one of Pakistan’s most unique regions.
Gilgit-Baltistan: Pakistan’s Hidden Paradise
We Didn’t Provoke North Korea
August 30, 2015
We Didn’t Provoke North Korea
Why suggestions to cease “provocative” acts are misguided.
We Didn’t Provoke North Korea
China Denies Sending Additional Troops to North Korean Border
August 28, 2015
China Denies Sending Additional Troops to North Korean Border
Plus, a bullish view on China's economy and Taiwan snubbing China's military parade. Friday China links.
China Denies Sending Additional Troops to North Korean Border
What Japan’s Defense White Paper Says About North Korea
August 28, 2015
What Japan’s Defense White Paper Says About North Korea
Pyongyang’s ballistic missile program is “profoundly worrisome” to Tokyo.
What Japan’s Defense White Paper Says About North Korea
Abe Won't Be There for China's War Commemorative Parade, But Murayama Will Be
August 28, 2015
Abe Won't Be There for China's War Commemorative Parade, But Murayama Will Be
Tomiichi Murayama, the Japanese prime minister who set the benchmark for apology, will be in Beijing on September 3.
Abe Won't Be There for China's War Commemorative Parade, But Murayama Will Be
South Korea's Militarization, as Seen on Facebook
August 28, 2015
South Korea's Militarization, as Seen on Facebook
Younger South Koreans tend to be "national security conservatives," and their social media posts reflect this.
South Korea's Militarization, as Seen on Facebook
Assessing North Korea’s 'Ground Game' with China
August 27, 2015
Assessing North Korea’s 'Ground Game' with China
Has something changed about Chinese-North Korean relations behind the scenes?
Assessing North Korea’s 'Ground Game' with China
Asia's Refugee Policy Vacuum
August 27, 2015
Asia's Refugee Policy Vacuum
The broad absence of asylum policy in the region is alarming and needs to be rectified.
Asia's Refugee Policy Vacuum
What We Learned from the Inter-Korea Deal
August 26, 2015
What We Learned from the Inter-Korea Deal
South Korea's propaganda broadcasts are a powerful tool in inter-Korean diplomacy.
What We Learned from the Inter-Korea Deal
Can South Korea Lead Nuclear Cooperation in Northeast Asia?
August 26, 2015
Can South Korea Lead Nuclear Cooperation in Northeast Asia?
Seoul faces significant challenges in its push for greater collaboration, an expert warns.
Can South Korea Lead Nuclear Cooperation in Northeast Asia?
30 Heads of State Will Watch China’s Military Parade Next Week
August 26, 2015
30 Heads of State Will Watch China’s Military Parade Next Week
Countries in Africa, Central Asia, and Eastern Europe will be well-represented. Not so much Western Europe and the U.S.
30 Heads of State Will Watch China’s Military Parade Next Week
Why Did China Amass Tanks at the North Korean Border?
August 26, 2015
Why Did China Amass Tanks at the North Korean Border?
Was it simply good preparation -- or was Beijing trying to send a message to Pyongyang?
Why Did China Amass Tanks at the North Korean Border?
South Korea Spins North Korea’s Non-Apology
August 25, 2015
South Korea Spins North Korea’s Non-Apology
South Korea says the North apologized for the landmine incident. But did it?
South Korea Spins North Korea’s Non-Apology
US Will Send B-2 Bombers to Guam in Support of South Korea
August 25, 2015
US Will Send B-2 Bombers to Guam in Support of South Korea
Is it too soon to tell whether the recent agreement will reduce tensions on the Korean Peninsula?
US Will Send B-2 Bombers to Guam in Support of South Korea
China's Koreans, Part II: Lost to History
August 25, 2015
China's Koreans, Part II: Lost to History
Korean Chinese don't fit easily into traditional or CCP narratives of history.
China's Koreans, Part II: Lost to History
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