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The Art of the US-India Aircraft Carrier Deal
June 24, 2017
The Art of the US-India Aircraft Carrier Deal
When it comes to India and the major defense partner relationship, Trump needs to think big.
The Art of the US-India Aircraft Carrier Deal
The Real Key to Trump’s Afghanistan Strategy
June 23, 2017
The Real Key to Trump’s Afghanistan Strategy
The president and his team must remember one puzzle piece as they formulate their approach.
The Real Key to Trump’s Afghanistan Strategy
China Is Taking Trump for a Ride
June 22, 2017
China Is Taking Trump for a Ride
Like every president before him, Trump seems placated by insincere Chinese promises of 'help' on the North Korea issue.
China Is Taking Trump for a Ride
China's Vision for the World: A Community of Shared Future
June 22, 2017
China's Vision for the World: A Community of Shared Future
China's vision is based on three pillars: cooperative security, common development, and political inclusiveness.
China's Vision for the World: A Community of Shared Future
One China, Dual Recognition: A Solution to the Taiwan Impasse
June 20, 2017
One China, Dual Recognition: A Solution to the Taiwan Impasse
"The exclusive recognition convention regarding the PRC and Taiwan has only survived as a peculiar anomaly."
One China, Dual Recognition: A Solution to the Taiwan Impasse
Hong Kong: Change in the Air?
June 20, 2017
Hong Kong: Change in the Air?
This July, Hong Kong will celebrate the 20th anniversary of its return to China. Time to reflect about the city's past and future.
Hong Kong: Change in the Air?
The 'Silver Way': An Alternative to 'Thucydides Trap'
June 19, 2017
The 'Silver Way': An Alternative to 'Thucydides Trap'
Graham Allison's famous formula overlooks a crucial historical example: a rising Spain meeting a powerful China.
The 'Silver Way': An Alternative to 'Thucydides Trap'
The Big Winner of Timor-Leste's Parliamentary Elections? The Country Itself
June 16, 2017
The Big Winner of Timor-Leste's Parliamentary Elections? The Country Itself
Whatever the result of Timor-Leste’s elections, the outcome will be unity. Here’s why.
The Big Winner of Timor-Leste's Parliamentary Elections? The Country Itself
Defeating the Next Islamic State (in Southeast Asia?)
June 16, 2017
Defeating the Next Islamic State (in Southeast Asia?)
We need to devise a plan for the containment of the next revolutionary Islamic State.
Defeating the Next Islamic State (in Southeast Asia?)
An Environmental Protection Area in the South China Sea? Not Likely
June 16, 2017
An Environmental Protection Area in the South China Sea? Not Likely
It's a worthy idea, but completely unrealistic.
An Environmental Protection Area in the South China Sea? Not Likely
Brazil’s Shameful Silence About Kashmir
June 16, 2017
Brazil’s Shameful Silence About Kashmir
Brazil needs to take India to task for human rights abuses in the disputed Kashmir region.
Brazil’s Shameful Silence About Kashmir
Why Abe Still Loves Trump
June 15, 2017
Why Abe Still Loves Trump
The Japanese leader’s cultivation of the U.S. president is part of a broader strategy that seems to be working so far.
Why Abe Still Loves Trump
Time to End US Strategic Ambiguity on Taiwan
June 14, 2017
Time to End US Strategic Ambiguity on Taiwan
Trump should be clear: the U.S. will come to Taiwan's aid if it is attacked.
Time to End US Strategic Ambiguity on Taiwan
The Pacific Fleet: Russia’s Diminutive White Fleet?
June 14, 2017
The Pacific Fleet: Russia’s Diminutive White Fleet?
Recent missions of Russia's Pacific Fleet are reminiscent of the 1907-08 voyage of the U.S. Navy’s Great White Fleet.
The Pacific Fleet: Russia’s Diminutive White Fleet?
Winning the Elusive Peace Against Terrorism in Afghanistan
June 12, 2017
Winning the Elusive Peace Against Terrorism in Afghanistan
Bringing peace to Afghanistan will require renewed commitment from partners and neighbors.
Winning the Elusive Peace Against Terrorism in Afghanistan
The Trouble With South Asian Regionalism
June 10, 2017
The Trouble With South Asian Regionalism
The prospects for collective action remain as dim as ever.
The Trouble With South Asian Regionalism
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