The Rampant Politicization of Indian Census Data Must Stop
September 02, 2015
The Rampant Politicization of Indian Census Data Must Stop
Remember: lies, damned lies, and statistics.
The Rampant Politicization of Indian Census Data Must Stop
Should Japan Fear China's Stock Market Crash?
September 02, 2015
Should Japan Fear China's Stock Market Crash?
Lingering questions remain for Japanese policymakers.
Should Japan Fear China's Stock Market Crash?
Time for a Reevaluation of ASEAN’s Role
September 01, 2015
Time for a Reevaluation of ASEAN’s Role
Why “people-centered” should become the core policy of ASEAN’s post-2015 agenda.
Time for a Reevaluation of ASEAN’s Role
Chinese Cyber Espionage: Avoid the 'Cheater Nation' Label
September 01, 2015
Chinese Cyber Espionage: Avoid the 'Cheater Nation' Label
Politically-charged accusation circulating in the U.S. that China is a “cheater nation” may be counter-productive.
Chinese Cyber Espionage: Avoid the 'Cheater Nation' Label
Why It Matters That the US May Sanction Chinese Entities Over Cyber Espionage
September 01, 2015
Why It Matters That the US May Sanction Chinese Entities Over Cyber Espionage
Cyber's always been a touchy subject for U.S.-China ties. This time, Washington will rock the boat.
Why It Matters That the US May Sanction Chinese Entities Over Cyber Espionage
Rethinking the Obama-Xi Summit
August 31, 2015
Rethinking the Obama-Xi Summit
How the U.S. might use the summit for a new “new model of great power relations.”
Rethinking the Obama-Xi Summit
China Has Its Own Problems With History
August 31, 2015
China Has Its Own Problems With History
Beijing's treatment of history should be scrutinized as well.
China Has Its Own Problems With History
What America's Withdrawal From Afghanistan <em>Really</em> Tells the World About US Hegemony
August 31, 2015
What America's Withdrawal From Afghanistan Really Tells the World About US Hegemony
How a long war of necessity turned into an unfinished one of choice.
What America's Withdrawal From Afghanistan Really Tells the World About US Hegemony
We Didn’t Provoke North Korea
August 30, 2015
We Didn’t Provoke North Korea
Why suggestions to cease “provocative” acts are misguided.
We Didn’t Provoke North Korea
Taiwan and Its South China Sea Peace Initiative
August 28, 2015
Taiwan and Its South China Sea Peace Initiative
President Ma Ying-jeou’s South China Sea Peace Initiative merits global attention.
Taiwan and Its South China Sea Peace Initiative
What We Learned from the Inter-Korea Deal
August 26, 2015
What We Learned from the Inter-Korea Deal
South Korea's propaganda broadcasts are a powerful tool in inter-Korean diplomacy.
What We Learned from the Inter-Korea Deal
Protecting the Rohingya Muslims in Burma
August 26, 2015
Protecting the Rohingya Muslims in Burma
Responding to the plight of the Rohingya is an international human rights imperative.
Protecting the Rohingya Muslims in Burma
After 'Black Monday,' Structural Reform in China?
August 26, 2015
After 'Black Monday,' Structural Reform in China?
China's leaders haven't pursued structural reform to the extent necessary. After 'Black Monday,' they might have to.
After 'Black Monday,' Structural Reform in China?
Central Asia Must Unite to Revive the Aral Sea
August 25, 2015
Central Asia Must Unite to Revive the Aral Sea
Initial efforts to halt the devastating disappearance of the sea urgently need reinforcement.
Central Asia Must Unite to Revive the Aral Sea
The Abe Statement: A Korean Perspective
August 25, 2015
The Abe Statement: A Korean Perspective
Japan and the U.S. might prefer to keep the focus on the future, but for Korea it is not so simple.
The Abe Statement: A Korean Perspective
Obama’s Disingenuousness on Iran
August 24, 2015
Obama’s Disingenuousness on Iran
For the Obama administration, was the "military option" ever really an option with Iran?
Obama’s Disingenuousness on Iran
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