Respecting the Japanese Constitution
May 28, 2015
Respecting the Japanese Constitution
What the Abe government plans goes beyond a constitutional amendment.
Respecting the Japanese Constitution
Robert Kaplan's Right About Imperialism, Wrong About the Middle East
May 28, 2015
Robert Kaplan's Right About Imperialism, Wrong About the Middle East
Imperialism can impose order. But that doesn't mean the U.S. should pursue empire in the Middle East.
Robert Kaplan's Right About Imperialism, Wrong About the Middle East
A Rebuttal to ‘Overreaction in the Strait of Hormuz’
May 28, 2015
A Rebuttal to ‘Overreaction in the Strait of Hormuz’
What international law really says about the recent exchanges in the strategic choke point.
A Rebuttal to ‘Overreaction in the Strait of Hormuz’
Does The U.S. Need to Revive Its Nuclear Strategy?
May 28, 2015
Does The U.S. Need to Revive Its Nuclear Strategy?
“It may be time to blow the dust off of some old books and articles written by the nuclear strategists of the Cold War.”
Does The U.S. Need to Revive Its Nuclear Strategy?
Time for Tougher Sanctions on North Korea?
May 28, 2015
Time for Tougher Sanctions on North Korea?
In both South Korea and the United States, there's little patience for North Korea's duplicity and threats.
Time for Tougher Sanctions on North Korea?
Solving the Rohingya Crisis
May 27, 2015
Solving the Rohingya Crisis
The Rohingya crisis is a challenge to ASEAN, but must be solved by Myanmar.
Solving the Rohingya Crisis
US-China: Mutually Assured Economic Destruction?
May 26, 2015
US-China: Mutually Assured Economic Destruction?
Can economic interdependence contain superpower rivalry?
US-China: Mutually Assured Economic Destruction?
South China Sea: The One-Move Chess Player
May 25, 2015
South China Sea: The One-Move Chess Player
Is the U.S. properly thinking through its South China Sea policy?
South China Sea: The One-Move Chess Player
Hans Morgenthau and the Balance of Power in Asia
May 25, 2015
Hans Morgenthau and the Balance of Power in Asia
The father of realism in international relations envisioned China’s rise, the U.S. rebalance, and the Asian Century.
Hans Morgenthau and the Balance of Power in Asia
The Debate on U.S.-China Relations: Make Room, Make Way, or Make Hay
May 23, 2015
The Debate on U.S.-China Relations: Make Room, Make Way, or Make Hay
Three recent papers attempt to look at the next stage of the world's most important relationship.
The Debate on U.S.-China Relations: Make Room, Make Way, or Make Hay
America's Dangerous South China Sea Gamble
May 23, 2015
America's Dangerous South China Sea Gamble
Does Washington know what it's doing?
America's Dangerous South China Sea Gamble
Is This Japan’s New Challenge to China’s Infrastructure Bank?
May 23, 2015
Is This Japan’s New Challenge to China’s Infrastructure Bank?
There is more nuance to Tokyo’s approach than some of the headlines suggest.
Is This Japan’s New Challenge to China’s Infrastructure Bank?
In Bangladesh, BNP Is Derailing Democracy
May 22, 2015
In Bangladesh, BNP Is Derailing Democracy
Bangladesh’s ambassador to the U.S. on the recent elections in Dhaka and Chittagong.
In Bangladesh, BNP Is Derailing Democracy
Indonesia Should Play a Role in Yemen Conflict
May 22, 2015
Indonesia Should Play a Role in Yemen Conflict
Jakarta is well placed to mediate a resolution.
Indonesia Should Play a Role in Yemen Conflict
China: A Bump in the Silk Road
May 21, 2015
China: A Bump in the Silk Road
China’s grand plans for the region could be derailed without a change in approach.
China: A Bump in the Silk Road
Amos Yee, Free Speech and Lessons from Singapore
May 21, 2015
Amos Yee, Free Speech and Lessons from Singapore
Why we should think carefully before criticizing Singapore’s stance on Amos Yee.
Amos Yee, Free Speech and Lessons from Singapore
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