Protect India’s Daughters
March 27, 2015
Protect India’s Daughters
“The most populous democracy in the world, India must rise above misogyny and violence to protect its daughters.”
Protect India’s Daughters
Lee Kuan Yew: A Tribute to a Visionary Pragmatist
March 27, 2015
Lee Kuan Yew: A Tribute to a Visionary Pragmatist
Singapore’s former prime minister was a rare leader who combined vision with action.
Lee Kuan Yew: A Tribute to a Visionary Pragmatist
Can US Energy Exports 'Pivot to Asia'?
March 27, 2015
Can US Energy Exports 'Pivot to Asia'?
U.S. energy exports could shore up Asia's energy security -- if political hurdles are overcome.
Can US Energy Exports 'Pivot to Asia'?
The U.S. Needs a Refocused Rebalance
March 26, 2015
The U.S. Needs a Refocused Rebalance
A true focus on Asia is critical not only to compete with China, but to stay relevant in the 21st century.
The U.S. Needs a Refocused Rebalance
The Surprisingly Mundane Key to Afghan Stability: Roads
March 25, 2015
The Surprisingly Mundane Key to Afghan Stability: Roads
President Ashraf Ghani must convince the U.S. to do more to support the country’s failing roads.
The Surprisingly Mundane Key to Afghan Stability: Roads
Mitt Romney Is Wrong on Iran
March 24, 2015
Mitt Romney Is Wrong on Iran
A recent op-ed by the former presidential candidate on the Iran negotiations is discouraging.
Mitt Romney Is Wrong on Iran
North Korea’s March to Nuclear Relevance
March 23, 2015
North Korea’s March to Nuclear Relevance
With North Korea’s growing nuclear threat, the tired policy of “strategic patience” needs to be put to bed.
North Korea’s March to Nuclear Relevance
The U.S. Military and Undercurrents in Asia-Pacific Security
March 23, 2015
The U.S. Military and Undercurrents in Asia-Pacific Security
Transnational crime is just one of the new challenges the U.S. military must consider in the rebalance to Asia.
The U.S. Military and Undercurrents in Asia-Pacific Security
Iran Draft Deal: As Good as It Gets?
March 20, 2015
Iran Draft Deal: As Good as It Gets?
Iran's negotiations with the P5+1 may be at a point where both sides have conceded all they can realistically give.
Iran Draft Deal: As Good as It Gets?
A Strategy for Japan’s Public Diplomacy in the United States
March 20, 2015
A Strategy for Japan’s Public Diplomacy in the United States
Japan has lost ground to Korea and China in U.S. public perceptions. Here’s what it can do about it.
A Strategy for Japan’s Public Diplomacy in the United States
America's AIIB Disaster: Are There Lessons to be Learned?
March 18, 2015
America's AIIB Disaster: Are There Lessons to be Learned?
The U.S. needs a better response to Chinese-led initiatives than attempting to lead a boycott.
America's AIIB Disaster: Are There Lessons to be Learned?
ISIS Is Destroying Priceless Artifacts. Here's How to Stop Them.
March 17, 2015
ISIS Is Destroying Priceless Artifacts. Here's How to Stop Them.
The Islamic States' desecration of Iraq's cultural heritage can not be allowed to continue.
ISIS Is Destroying Priceless Artifacts. Here's How to Stop Them.
Who Is the US Republican Party's Leading Iran Skeptic?
March 17, 2015
Who Is the US Republican Party's Leading Iran Skeptic?
The youngest member of the Senate has become the Republican’s bulwark on Iran. Why him?
Who Is the US Republican Party's Leading Iran Skeptic?
Human Trafficking Thrives Where Rule of Law Ends
March 16, 2015
Human Trafficking Thrives Where Rule of Law Ends
Solving Asia’s enormous human trafficking problem will require trained law enforcement and non-corrupt judicial systems.
Human Trafficking Thrives Where Rule of Law Ends
The Trouble With Sanctions
March 15, 2015
The Trouble With Sanctions
Sanctions may well be the least worst option in dealing with hostile regimes. But they can have unintended consequences.
The Trouble With Sanctions
A Nepal Army Colonel Fronts London’s Old Bailey
March 15, 2015
A Nepal Army Colonel Fronts London’s Old Bailey
The U.K. trial is to be welcomed. But the role of foreign agencies in wartime abuses also needs to be investigated.
A Nepal Army Colonel Fronts London’s Old Bailey
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