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Can the US and China Cooperate on Counterterrorism?
July 23, 2014
Can the US and China Cooperate on Counterterrorism?
There are strong arguments to suggest they should, if only the political hang-ups could be overcome.
Can the US and China Cooperate on Counterterrorism?
RIMPAC and the Politics of Maritime Engagement
July 22, 2014
RIMPAC and the Politics of Maritime Engagement
Both India and China have had strong strategic motives for taking part in RIMPAC this year.
RIMPAC and the Politics of Maritime Engagement
Does China Care About Air Power?
July 22, 2014
Does China Care About Air Power?
The PLA has always been a ground force-centric military. Is that changing?
Does China Care About Air Power?
4 Reasons China Removed Oil Rig HYSY-981 Sooner Than Planned
July 22, 2014
4 Reasons China Removed Oil Rig HYSY-981 Sooner Than Planned
The reasons China withdrew oil rig HYSY-981 sooner than planned are complex but revealing about its intentions.
4 Reasons China Removed Oil Rig HYSY-981 Sooner Than Planned
Migrant Brides in South Korea
July 21, 2014
Migrant Brides in South Korea
The government will need to see international marriages as more than just a means of ensuring a future workforce.
Migrant Brides in South Korea
Typhoon Rammasun Hits Philippines, China
July 19, 2014
Typhoon Rammasun Hits Philippines, China
The Category 4 typhoon left over 60 dead and thousands more homeless.
Typhoon Rammasun Hits Philippines, China
South Korea Redefines Multiculturalism
July 18, 2014
South Korea Redefines Multiculturalism
The country is making a serious effort to adjust to its rising population of foreign residents.
South Korea Redefines Multiculturalism
China-US Reconciliation and the East Asian Security Order
July 18, 2014
China-US Reconciliation and the East Asian Security Order
China and the US need to make another grand bargain and transform the regional security order.
China-US Reconciliation and the East Asian Security Order
The Elements of US Maritime Strategy
July 17, 2014
The Elements of US Maritime Strategy
An all-encompassing U.S. maritime strategy must include all the armed forces—not just the navy, coast guard and marines.
The Elements of US Maritime Strategy
East Asia’s Lessons from World War I
July 16, 2014
East Asia’s Lessons from World War I
China may unwittingly find itself facing a similar string of events to those that confronted Germany in 1914.
East Asia’s Lessons from World War I
China’s Rig Departure Proves Nothing
July 16, 2014
China’s Rig Departure Proves Nothing
China has shown an ability to withstand regional pressure, and will likely return on its own terms.
China’s Rig Departure Proves Nothing
Asia Fears But Likes China
July 16, 2014
Asia Fears But Likes China
A new Pew survey finds that Asia nations fear a military conflict with China, but still view it favorable.
Asia Fears But Likes China
Missing the Point on the ‘Anti-China Rhetoric’ Debate
July 16, 2014
Missing the Point on the ‘Anti-China Rhetoric’ Debate
China may be the problem. But anti-China rhetoric isn’t the solution.
Missing the Point on the ‘Anti-China Rhetoric’ Debate
Anti-China Rhetoric Isn’t Causing Problems, China Is
July 15, 2014
Anti-China Rhetoric Isn’t Causing Problems, China Is
China's actions in the region are causing problems, anti-China rhetoric is merely the response to them.
Anti-China Rhetoric Isn’t Causing Problems, China Is
China and Strategic Imbalance
July 14, 2014
China and Strategic Imbalance
‘This is the decade of power transitions in Asia.’
China and Strategic Imbalance
Asia-Pacific: A Step Toward Historical Déjà Vu?
July 12, 2014
Asia-Pacific: A Step Toward Historical Déjà Vu?
The power structure forming in the region today has echoes of the past.
Asia-Pacific: A Step Toward Historical Déjà Vu?
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