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Information: The Bane of the North Korean Regime
July 25, 2014
Information: The Bane of the North Korean Regime
It is time to turn up the volume on North Korea’s quiet revolution.
Information: The Bane of the North Korean Regime
South Korea Considers a Japanese Style Stimulus
July 24, 2014
South Korea Considers a Japanese Style Stimulus
Seoul’s new stimulus package resembles Abenomics, but is it necessary now?
South Korea Considers a Japanese Style Stimulus
Declining Utility: The Strategic & Economic Dialogue
July 24, 2014
Declining Utility: The Strategic & Economic Dialogue
China and the US need to rethink the format of the S&ED before it loses all value.
Declining Utility: The Strategic & Economic Dialogue
Possible Thaw in Chilly South Korean-Japanese Relations
July 24, 2014
Possible Thaw in Chilly South Korean-Japanese Relations
Tokyo is moving on several fronts as it seeks to smooth over last month’s Kono Statement review.
Possible Thaw in Chilly South Korean-Japanese Relations
India and Indo-Pacific Economic Cooperation
July 24, 2014
India and Indo-Pacific Economic Cooperation
Indo-Pacific Economic Cooperation is an idea whose time is at hand. India should be proactive.
India and Indo-Pacific Economic Cooperation
Nuclear Testing and the South Asia Arms Race
July 23, 2014
Nuclear Testing and the South Asia Arms Race
India has the ability to reduce nuclear tension in South Asia within the current treaty framework.
Nuclear Testing and the South Asia Arms Race
The TPP and Japanese Agriculture
July 23, 2014
The TPP and Japanese Agriculture
The farm sector’s influence is on the wane in Japan, although you wouldn’t know it from the TPP talks.
The TPP and Japanese Agriculture
The Japan-Mongolia FTA Is About Cars, Minerals and Abductees
July 23, 2014
The Japan-Mongolia FTA Is About Cars, Minerals and Abductees
Comparative advantages and Mongolian diplomatic ties with the DPRK are key factors.
The Japan-Mongolia FTA Is About Cars, Minerals and Abductees
Japan’s Building 2 Aegis Destroyers
July 23, 2014
Japan’s Building 2 Aegis Destroyers
Tokyo is accelerating its timetable for acquiring two additional Aegis-equipped ballistic missile defense ships.
Japan’s Building 2 Aegis Destroyers
North Korea’s Asymmetric Submarine Doctrine
July 23, 2014
North Korea’s Asymmetric Submarine Doctrine
While North Korean submarines may be technologically dated, its access denial strategy can still be effective.
North Korea’s Asymmetric Submarine Doctrine
John Kerry: North Korea is 'Quieter' Now
July 23, 2014
John Kerry: North Korea is 'Quieter' Now
North Korea's 'quietness' tells us little about its intentions or of the success of U.S. diplomacy.
John Kerry: North Korea is 'Quieter' Now
North Korean MH17 Scenario Extremely Unlikely
July 22, 2014
North Korean MH17 Scenario Extremely Unlikely
Despite the U.S. banning its aircraft from Pyongyang airspace, the chances of a DPRK missile attack are remote.
North Korean MH17 Scenario Extremely Unlikely
Why MH17 Is Not Korean Airlines Flight 007
July 21, 2014
Why MH17 Is Not Korean Airlines Flight 007
The downing of MH17 is vastly different from the shooting down of Korean Airlines Flight 007 in 1983.
Why MH17 Is Not Korean Airlines Flight 007
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
Cross-Strait Relations After the Sunflower Movement
July 21, 2014
Cross-Strait Relations After the Sunflower Movement
The Diplomat’s Kelwin Choi sits down with the Stimson Center’s Alan D. Romberg to talk cross-Strait relations.
Cross-Strait Relations After the Sunflower Movement
How North Korea Selects its Cheering Squad
July 19, 2014
How North Korea Selects its Cheering Squad
Those hoping to join North Korea's cheering squad in South Korea face stiff competition and extensive surveillance.
How North Korea Selects its Cheering Squad
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