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Why the US Has to Take the First Step in Deescalating Tensions With North Korea
August 16, 2017
Why the US Has to Take the First Step in Deescalating Tensions With North Korea
How to get out of the North Korea morass.
Why the US Has to Take the First Step in Deescalating Tensions With North Korea
North Korea Could Determine the Future of US-China Relations…Again
August 15, 2017
North Korea Could Determine the Future of US-China Relations…Again
North Korea is once again the variable that could most determine the future course of U.S.-China relations in the 21st Century.
North Korea Could Determine the Future of US-China Relations…Again
Is America Losing the Soft Power Contest in Southeast Asia?
August 12, 2017
Is America Losing the Soft Power Contest in Southeast Asia?
The recent ASEAN meetings capped an alarming trend of eroding U.S. influence.
Is America Losing the Soft Power Contest in Southeast Asia?
Climate Change and Food Security in Nepal: Why the Developed World Must Step Up
August 12, 2017
Climate Change and Food Security in Nepal: Why the Developed World Must Step Up
The developed world must show moral leadership in assisting Nepal.
Climate Change and Food Security in Nepal: Why the Developed World Must Step Up
North Korea’s Nukes: Time for The Pentagon’s Philosopher-in-Chief to Step In?
August 11, 2017
North Korea’s Nukes: Time for The Pentagon’s Philosopher-in-Chief to Step In?
The North Korean crisis prompts the need for a philosopher in chief at the Pentagon.
North Korea’s Nukes: Time for The Pentagon’s Philosopher-in-Chief to Step In?
Sending an Ultimatum to Kim Jong-un
August 11, 2017
Sending an Ultimatum to Kim Jong-un
It's time to separate the Kim family from the North Korean people in crafting North Korea policy.
Sending an Ultimatum to Kim Jong-un
The China Wildcard in the Qatar Crisis
August 09, 2017
The China Wildcard in the Qatar Crisis
A closer look at the stakes for Beijing and what that might mean.
The China Wildcard in the Qatar Crisis
Why Resilient Cities Are Important to ASEAN's Future
August 09, 2017
Why Resilient Cities Are Important to ASEAN's Future
To sustain ASEAN’s economic progress over the next 50 years, its leaders must commit to focusing on climate change.
Why Resilient Cities Are Important to ASEAN's Future
No, India’s Army Did Not Play a ‘Significant Role’ at Dunkirk
August 08, 2017
No, India’s Army Did Not Play a ‘Significant Role’ at Dunkirk
When discussing India’s role in World War II, let’s stick to the historical facts.
No, India’s Army Did Not Play a ‘Significant Role’ at Dunkirk
Duterte's Latest Target: The Commission on Human Rights
August 08, 2017
Duterte's Latest Target: The Commission on Human Rights
The Philippine president threatened to abolish Southeast Asia's oldest National Human Rights Institution.
Duterte's Latest Target: The Commission on Human Rights
Asia’s Exceptional Neoliberalism
August 07, 2017
Asia’s Exceptional Neoliberalism
Asian countries are not truly embracing neoliberalism, just selectively adopting elements that best suit their needs.
Asia’s Exceptional Neoliberalism
Russia Sanctions are Insufficient: Use Active Cyber Defense
August 05, 2017
Russia Sanctions are Insufficient: Use Active Cyber Defense
“A new approach is needed to shape views of the costs and benefits of cyber attacks.”
Russia Sanctions are Insufficient: Use Active Cyber Defense
In Otto’s Memory: Developing Peaceful Tourism in North Korea
August 05, 2017
In Otto’s Memory: Developing Peaceful Tourism in North Korea
The U.S. should reconsider its ban on tourism to North Korea.
In Otto’s Memory: Developing Peaceful Tourism in North Korea
Time to End Wishful Thinking on China's North Korea Policy
August 05, 2017
Time to End Wishful Thinking on China's North Korea Policy
Donald Trump has gotten the message: the Chinese are not going to help. What does the U.S. do now?
Time to End Wishful Thinking on China's North Korea Policy
The US-China Maritime Surveillance Debate
August 04, 2017
The US-China Maritime Surveillance Debate
Do recent Chinese moves really show a shift toward accepting the U.S. position?
The US-China Maritime Surveillance Debate
Why Is China's Government 'Demolishing' a Tibetan Buddhist Monastery?
August 04, 2017
Why Is China's Government 'Demolishing' a Tibetan Buddhist Monastery?
The Chinese government claims that Larung Gar suffers from overcrowding, fire hazards, and lack of infrastructure.
Why Is China's Government 'Demolishing' a Tibetan Buddhist Monastery?
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