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A Recipe for Disaster in the South China Sea
February 21, 2017
A Recipe for Disaster in the South China Sea
A recent proposal for the Trump administration could spark a war in the already tense region.
A Recipe for Disaster in the South China Sea
US Carrier Strike Group Arrives in the South China Sea
February 21, 2017
US Carrier Strike Group Arrives in the South China Sea
The U.S. Navy now has two supercarriers deployed to the Asia-Pacific region.
US Carrier Strike Group Arrives in the South China Sea
Which Asian Country Will Replace China as the 'World's Factory'?
February 18, 2017
Which Asian Country Will Replace China as the 'World's Factory'?
Analzying the “Mighty Five,” countries set to replace China as the workshops of the world.
Which Asian Country Will Replace China as the 'World's Factory'?
China Mulls Maritime Law Revisions, Codifying Its South China Sea Practices
February 17, 2017
China Mulls Maritime Law Revisions, Codifying Its South China Sea Practices
Freedom of navigation with Chinese characteristics may be incoming.
China Mulls Maritime Law Revisions, Codifying Its South China Sea Practices
The Mysterious Death of Kim Jong-nam
February 17, 2017
The Mysterious Death of Kim Jong-nam
Autopsy be damned; it was a "poison" attack.
The Mysterious Death of Kim Jong-nam
The Right Way to Confront China
February 16, 2017
The Right Way to Confront China
Recent moves toward a more traditional China policy are welcome, but not enough to meet the challenge from Beijing.
The Right Way to Confront China
What’s Next for Cambodia’s Sam Rainsy?
February 15, 2017
What’s Next for Cambodia’s Sam Rainsy?
A look at what may follow the opposition leader’s resignation.
What’s Next for Cambodia’s Sam Rainsy?
China Reshuffles Top Military Posts
February 15, 2017
China Reshuffles Top Military Posts
Xi Jinping’s military reforms as seen from personnel reshuffle in the PLAN.
China Reshuffles Top Military Posts
US Begins Vetting Asylum Seekers on Papua New Guinea
February 11, 2017
US Begins Vetting Asylum Seekers on Papua New Guinea
Uncertainty still lingers over specifics.
US Begins Vetting Asylum Seekers on Papua New Guinea
Afghanistan in 'Stalemate', Top US Commander Notes
February 10, 2017
Afghanistan in 'Stalemate', Top US Commander Notes
The best reports on the Trump age in foreign policy and Asia, New START vacillations, and more. Weekly links.
Afghanistan in 'Stalemate', Top US Commander Notes
How the US Can Optimize Its Maritime Partnership Programs in Asia
February 10, 2017
How the US Can Optimize Its Maritime Partnership Programs in Asia
A recent simulation offers insight for U.S. practice.
How the US Can Optimize Its Maritime Partnership Programs in Asia
The Future of India-Indonesia Defense Ties
February 10, 2017
The Future of India-Indonesia Defense Ties
A closer look at the prospects for closer defense relations between the two sides.
The Future of India-Indonesia Defense Ties
Is Vietnam in for Another Devastating Drought?
February 08, 2017
Is Vietnam in for Another Devastating Drought?
Lessons learned from last year's disaster can shape a climate-resilient approach in the Mekong Delta.
Is Vietnam in for Another Devastating Drought?
Russia’s Asian Trade Game
February 08, 2017
Russia’s Asian Trade Game
With the Trans-Pacific Partnership on pause, the Asian free trade landscape has changed. What does that mean for Russia?
Russia’s Asian Trade Game
Japan’s Regional Strategy Reveals an Ally at Risk
February 06, 2017
Japan’s Regional Strategy Reveals an Ally at Risk
Washington is the glue that holds together whatever informal security arrangements Tokyo aspires to develop in Asia.
Japan’s Regional Strategy Reveals an Ally at Risk
Ban Ki-moon Won't Run for South Korean President After All
February 03, 2017
Ban Ki-moon Won't Run for South Korean President After All
Citing "slander" and "fake news," the former UN secretary general abandons his political ambitions.
Ban Ki-moon Won't Run for South Korean President After All
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