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US-China Military Relations: The Great Debate
December 19, 2014
US-China Military Relations: The Great Debate
Are closer U.S.-China military ties in Washington's best interests?
US-China Military Relations: The Great Debate
Tourists Behaving Badly: China's Image Problem
December 18, 2014
Tourists Behaving Badly: China's Image Problem
There is a disconnect between China's growing national power and the international image of the Chinese people.
Tourists Behaving Badly: China's Image Problem
Cyber: North Korea's Ace Up the Sleeve?
December 18, 2014
Cyber: North Korea's Ace Up the Sleeve?
If North Korea is shown to have sponsored the attack on Sony Pictures, the U.S. must respond with proportionate action.
Cyber: North Korea's Ace Up the Sleeve?
China’s Charm Offensive: A Temporary, Tactical Change
December 17, 2014
China’s Charm Offensive: A Temporary, Tactical Change
China is playing nice for now, but there are cracks in its friendly smile.
China’s Charm Offensive: A Temporary, Tactical Change
Support for Democracy Should Be the US Strategy for Asia
December 17, 2014
Support for Democracy Should Be the US Strategy for Asia
“Now it is time for America to be clear that we stand with the new democracies of Asia.”
Support for Democracy Should Be the US Strategy for Asia
Philippines, South Korea Eye Stronger Partnership Amid Chinese Protests
December 17, 2014
Philippines, South Korea Eye Stronger Partnership Amid Chinese Protests
Philippine president Aquino proposes “comprehensive strategic partnership” with Seoul
Philippines, South Korea Eye Stronger Partnership Amid Chinese Protests
2014: A Year in North Korean Security
December 16, 2014
2014: A Year in North Korean Security
A look at Pyongyang’s missile and nuclear programs over the past 12 months, and the region’s response.
2014: A Year in North Korean Security
The Worrying Trend of Diplomatic Balancing in Northeast Asia
December 15, 2014
The Worrying Trend of Diplomatic Balancing in Northeast Asia
Diplomatic balancing in Northeast Asia could inhibit the growth of a new, stable regional order.
The Worrying Trend of Diplomatic Balancing in Northeast Asia
Australia Needs a Foreign Policy Vision
December 15, 2014
Australia Needs a Foreign Policy Vision
The Abbott government must break Australia’s “provincial reflex” in foreign policy.
Australia Needs a Foreign Policy Vision
Japan’s Back and So Is Nationalism
December 14, 2014
Japan’s Back and So Is Nationalism
Voters head to the polls today, after two years that have seen a revival – of sorts – of nationalism in Japan.
Japan’s Back and So Is Nationalism
North Korea’s Diplomatic Push
December 13, 2014
North Korea’s Diplomatic Push
Pyongyang has recently been reaching out to a number of key countries, with one very notable exception.
North Korea’s Diplomatic Push
Japan: Electoral Landslide With an Ambiguous Mandate
December 13, 2014
Japan: Electoral Landslide With an Ambiguous Mandate
Shinzo Abe is likely to win comfortably this weekend. But what will it mean?
Japan: Electoral Landslide With an Ambiguous Mandate
China to Overtake U.S. in South Korea Banking
December 12, 2014
China to Overtake U.S. in South Korea Banking
Driven by interest in yuan savings accounts, Chinese banks are enjoying a rapidly growing presence in South Korea.
China to Overtake U.S. in South Korea Banking
Australia’s Korean Trade Opportunity
December 12, 2014
Australia’s Korean Trade Opportunity
The Korea-Australia Free Trade Agreement takes effect today, with considerable potential for Australia’s farmers.
Australia’s Korean Trade Opportunity
Remembering the Korean War in London
December 11, 2014
Remembering the Korean War in London
Memorials remind us of past sacrifices, and of the hard work still to be done on the Korean Peninsula.
Remembering the Korean War in London
The Strange Tale of Yeonmi Park
December 10, 2014
The Strange Tale of Yeonmi Park
A high-profile North Korean defector has harrowing stories to tell. But are they true?
The Strange Tale of Yeonmi Park
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