'Not Indian Enough': Bobby Jindal, Heritage, and Politics
July 01, 2015
'Not Indian Enough': Bobby Jindal, Heritage, and Politics
U.S. politicians Bobby Jindal and Nikki Haley offer two different models for immigrant assimilation.
'Not Indian Enough': Bobby Jindal, Heritage, and Politics
‘Integrating China’ into the Existing Order
July 01, 2015
‘Integrating China’ into the Existing Order
Why urge China to join the international order, and then make it hard for it to do so?
‘Integrating China’ into the Existing Order
Why US Allies Are Happy to Join China’s AIIB
June 30, 2015
Why US Allies Are Happy to Join China’s AIIB
The China-led Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB) has swept up U.S. allies.
Why US Allies Are Happy to Join China’s AIIB
As Deadline Looms, Critics of Iran Nuclear Deal Press On
June 29, 2015
As Deadline Looms, Critics of Iran Nuclear Deal Press On
As the June 30 deadline for an Iran deal looms close, critics continue to press on.
As Deadline Looms, Critics of Iran Nuclear Deal Press On
The EU and Asian Security
June 28, 2015
The EU and Asian Security
What role does the EU have in East Asia security?
The EU and Asian Security
<i>Sponsored Post</i>: The Rise of China, a Concert of Asian Powers and Hybrid Asian Regionalism
June 26, 2015
Sponsored Post: The Rise of China, a Concert of Asian Powers and Hybrid Asian Regionalism
Hybrid regionalism represents a diplomatic alternative for small and middle power states in Asia.
Sponsored Post: The Rise of China, a Concert of Asian Powers and Hybrid Asian Regionalism
The Trouble With China's 'One Belt One Road' Strategy
June 26, 2015
The Trouble With China's 'One Belt One Road' Strategy
The 'One Belt, One Road' strategy risks exacerbating China's economic imbalances.
The Trouble With China's 'One Belt One Road' Strategy
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
Ahead of Crucial Elections, Myanmar’s Media Stifled by Climate of Fear
June 25, 2015
Ahead of Crucial Elections, Myanmar’s Media Stifled by Climate of Fear
Despite reforms, press freedoms in Myanmar are still subject to very strict limits.
Ahead of Crucial Elections, Myanmar’s Media Stifled by Climate of Fear
Finishing the TPP: It’s Not Just About the US Congress
June 24, 2015
Finishing the TPP: It’s Not Just About the US Congress
With all the attention on Capitol Hill, some perspective is needed on the endgame.
Finishing the TPP: It’s Not Just About the US Congress
The Truth About 'Aggression' in the South China Sea
June 24, 2015
The Truth About 'Aggression' in the South China Sea
It's time to put things in perspective in the South China Sea.
The Truth About 'Aggression' in the South China Sea
A Tale of Two Maldives
June 23, 2015
A Tale of Two Maldives
The imprisonment of the former president is a tragic commentary on Maldivian democracy.
A Tale of Two Maldives
America’s Asia Policy: The New Reality
June 23, 2015
America’s Asia Policy: The New Reality
The U.S. policy goals in Asia – short and long term – are now clear.
America’s Asia Policy: The New Reality
On a Key Anniversary, Rethinking Okinawa’s Future
June 23, 2015
On a Key Anniversary, Rethinking Okinawa’s Future
Seventy years after the Battle of Okinawa, Japan’s southernmost prefecture still bears an unfair burden.
On a Key Anniversary, Rethinking Okinawa’s Future
The Future of US-Japan-Vietnam Trilateral Cooperation
June 23, 2015
The Future of US-Japan-Vietnam Trilateral Cooperation
A closer look at an idea that has received growing attention.
The Future of US-Japan-Vietnam Trilateral Cooperation
The Strange Case of the KMT’s Hung Hsiu-chu
June 23, 2015
The Strange Case of the KMT’s Hung Hsiu-chu
The KMT is in a process of adjustment before the 2016 elections, but it seems to be moving in the wrong direction.
The Strange Case of the KMT’s Hung Hsiu-chu
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