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Evolution of the U.S.-ROK Alliance: Restraining the ROK
July 03, 2015
Evolution of the U.S.-ROK Alliance: Restraining the ROK
The alliance is about more than just deterring Pyongyang.
Evolution of the U.S.-ROK Alliance: Restraining the ROK
South China Sea: China’s HD-981 Oil Rig Is Back
July 02, 2015
South China Sea: China’s HD-981 Oil Rig Is Back
The return of the oil rig and rapid land reclamation belie China’s South China Sea rhetoric.
South China Sea: China’s HD-981 Oil Rig Is Back
The Dramatic Transformation in US-Vietnam Relations
July 02, 2015
The Dramatic Transformation in US-Vietnam Relations
A historic visit this week indicates just how close the two former foes have become.
The Dramatic Transformation in US-Vietnam Relations
Confronting China’s 'New' Military Challenge in the South China Sea
July 02, 2015
Confronting China’s 'New' Military Challenge in the South China Sea
Beijing is just getting started, and its actions demand a response.
Confronting China’s 'New' Military Challenge in the South China Sea
Japan’s South China Sea Strategy
July 01, 2015
Japan’s South China Sea Strategy
Tokyo doesn’t have a claim to the sea, but it certainly cares about what happens there.
Japan’s South China Sea Strategy
Vietnam Gets Fourth Submarine from Russia amid South China Sea Tensions
July 01, 2015
Vietnam Gets Fourth Submarine from Russia amid South China Sea Tensions
Another one of Hanoi’s Kilo-class subs arrives.
Vietnam Gets Fourth Submarine from Russia amid South China Sea Tensions
Time for the Philippines to Adjust its South China Sea Approach
June 30, 2015
Time for the Philippines to Adjust its South China Sea Approach
Manila should pursue dialogue with Beijing while it still can.
Time for the Philippines to Adjust its South China Sea Approach
U.S. Asia Policy: The Africa-Asia Angle
June 30, 2015
U.S. Asia Policy: The Africa-Asia Angle
Insights from U.S. Ambassador Cameron Hume.
U.S. Asia Policy: The Africa-Asia Angle
China-India: Revisiting the ‘Water Wars’ Narrative
June 30, 2015
China-India: Revisiting the ‘Water Wars’ Narrative
The “water wars” narrative in the context of the Brahmaputra River is premature and unhelpful.
China-India: Revisiting the ‘Water Wars’ Narrative
Is China Returning to One-Man Rule?
June 29, 2015
Is China Returning to One-Man Rule?
What happens if Xi Jinping wants to stay in power indefinitely?
Is China Returning to One-Man Rule?
Vietnam Waives Visas, for Some
June 29, 2015
Vietnam Waives Visas, for Some
After a worrying drop in tourism numbers, some European visitors will find it easier to enter Vietnam.
Vietnam Waives Visas, for Some
China's HD-981 Oil Rig Returns, Near Disputed South China Sea Waters
June 27, 2015
China's HD-981 Oil Rig Returns, Near Disputed South China Sea Waters
In an unexpected development, China's Haiyang Shiyou 981 oil rig is back in contested waters.
China's HD-981 Oil Rig Returns, Near Disputed South China Sea Waters
US-China Strategic and Economic Dialogue: Putting on a Brave Face
June 26, 2015
US-China Strategic and Economic Dialogue: Putting on a Brave Face
The U.S. and China tried their best to steer clear of controversy at their premier dialogue platform.
US-China Strategic and Economic Dialogue: Putting on a Brave Face
Do Asians Back the US Pivot More than Americans?
June 25, 2015
Do Asians Back the US Pivot More than Americans?
Though a new survey suggests this is the case, a closer look reveals a more complex picture.
Do Asians Back the US Pivot More than Americans?
TPP: Think Pacific Peace
June 25, 2015
TPP: Think Pacific Peace
The potential benefits of the Trans-Pacific Partnership go beyond trade.
TPP: Think Pacific Peace
Interview: Pieter Bottelier
June 25, 2015
Interview: Pieter Bottelier
Pieter Bottelier speaks with Taiwan Security Research about the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank.
Interview: Pieter Bottelier
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