China and Non-Proliferation: Progress at Last?
March 25, 2015
China and Non-Proliferation: Progress at Last?
China is often criticized for its record on nuclear non-proliferation. The reality is more nuanced.
China and Non-Proliferation: Progress at Last?
Obama, Grand Strategy and Reinhold Niebuhr
March 24, 2015
Obama, Grand Strategy and Reinhold Niebuhr
The thinking of the American intellectual makes clear the virtues of the not-so-grand strategy.
Obama, Grand Strategy and Reinhold Niebuhr
Narendra Modi’s Active Indian Ocean Diplomacy
March 23, 2015
Narendra Modi’s Active Indian Ocean Diplomacy
The Indian prime minister has recently visited three small but strategically significant Indian neighbors.
Narendra Modi’s Active Indian Ocean Diplomacy
China, Russia and the Tussle for Influence in Kazakhstan
March 23, 2015
China, Russia and the Tussle for Influence in Kazakhstan
The two powers are pursuing competing interests in Central Asia.
China, Russia and the Tussle for Influence in Kazakhstan
<i>The Diplomat</i> Announces Partnership With /r/Geopolitics
March 20, 2015
The Diplomat Announces Partnership With /r/Geopolitics
The partnership will feature a monthly “Ask Me Anything” on the Geopolitics subreddit.
The Diplomat Announces Partnership With /r/Geopolitics
Mongolia’s Dubious Merchant Navy
March 20, 2015
Mongolia’s Dubious Merchant Navy
The country risks serious damage to its reputation with its questionable maritime activities.
Mongolia’s Dubious Merchant Navy
Indonesia: Can Jokowi Recover?
March 19, 2015
Indonesia: Can Jokowi Recover?
The Indonesian president has disappointed his supporters, yet many remain optimistic.
Indonesia: Can Jokowi Recover?
Refugees: Inferno in the Bay of Bengal
March 18, 2015
Refugees: Inferno in the Bay of Bengal
The stories of the refugees who have crossed the Bay of Bengal and Andaman Sea are harrowing.
Refugees: Inferno in the Bay of Bengal
People-to-People Diplomacy in China-Japan Relations
March 17, 2015
People-to-People Diplomacy in China-Japan Relations
With frosty relations at the highest levels, citizen exchange becomes all the more important.
People-to-People Diplomacy in China-Japan Relations
A Rare Opportunity for Pacific Islands Health Care
March 17, 2015
A Rare Opportunity for Pacific Islands Health Care
With a little support, Cuban-educated doctors could change the face of health care in Solomon Islands and elsewhere.
A Rare Opportunity for Pacific Islands Health Care
Indonesia’s Migrant Workers: Dreams and Tears
March 16, 2015
Indonesia’s Migrant Workers: Dreams and Tears
Every year, Indonesians flock abroad dreaming of opportunity. For many, the reality is harsh.
Indonesia’s Migrant Workers: Dreams and Tears
No, China’s Not About to Collapse
March 13, 2015
No, China’s Not About to Collapse
Yes, the CCP faces challenges, but it is stronger than you think.
No, China’s Not About to Collapse
Fighting Terrorism on Social Media
March 13, 2015
Fighting Terrorism on Social Media
Pakistan is trying to combat terrorist organizations online, with mixed results.
Fighting Terrorism on Social Media
The Problem With Taiwanese Eyes
March 12, 2015
The Problem With Taiwanese Eyes
Amid stagnating wages and a brain drain, deprivation of daylight is ruining the eyes of Taiwan’s children.
The Problem With Taiwanese Eyes
Japan to ASEAN: Tourists Yes, Terrorists No
March 12, 2015
Japan to ASEAN: Tourists Yes, Terrorists No
The country is welcoming Muslim tourists from Southeast Asia, but worries about the threat of terrorism.
Japan to ASEAN: Tourists Yes, Terrorists No
China’s Hidden Children
March 12, 2015
China’s Hidden Children
The country’s one-child policy has created an astonishing number of unregistered children.
China’s Hidden Children
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