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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?
The Coming War in Asia: Why It Is Hard to Imagine the Unimaginable
August 03, 2017
The Coming War in Asia: Why It Is Hard to Imagine the Unimaginable
War in the Asia-Pacific region remains a real possibility and it will occur when we least expect it.
The Coming War in Asia: Why It Is Hard to Imagine the Unimaginable
The Case for Making ADMM-Plus an Annual Meeting
August 02, 2017
The Case for Making ADMM-Plus an Annual Meeting
Singapore and Vietnam's joint proposal has broad support among ASEAN states and Plus members.
The Case for Making ADMM-Plus an Annual Meeting
Why the United States Congress Should Work to Advance US-India Ties
August 01, 2017
Why the United States Congress Should Work to Advance US-India Ties
The future development of the U.S.-India relationship will require legislative ballast in the United States.
Why the United States Congress Should Work to Advance US-India Ties
The ASEAN Summits and the South China Sea
July 31, 2017
The ASEAN Summits and the South China Sea
The U.S.-China tussle over the South China Sea issue will be on display in Manila this week.
The ASEAN Summits and the South China Sea
This Is the Achilles’ Heel of China’s Soft Power Projection Towards Developing Countries
July 31, 2017
This Is the Achilles’ Heel of China’s Soft Power Projection Towards Developing Countries
China must make a concerted effort to equip Chinese citizens with the necessary sociocultural tools to build respectful and long-term people-to-people relations.
This Is the Achilles’ Heel of China’s Soft Power Projection Towards Developing Countries
UN GGE on Cybersecurity: The End of an Era?
July 31, 2017
UN GGE on Cybersecurity: The End of an Era?
What the apparent GGE failure means for international norms and confidence-building measures in cyberspace.
UN GGE on Cybersecurity: The End of an Era?
What Does Trump Mean for China-EU Relations?
July 28, 2017
What Does Trump Mean for China-EU Relations?
Though the challenges remain, new opportunities have also emerged.
What Does Trump Mean for China-EU Relations?
Liu Xiaobo Wasn’t China’s Only Prisoner of Conscience
July 28, 2017
Liu Xiaobo Wasn’t China’s Only Prisoner of Conscience
The best way to honor his memory is to press China to end torture and free other dissidents.
Liu Xiaobo Wasn’t China’s Only Prisoner of Conscience
Afghanistan: All That Glitters Is Not Gold
July 27, 2017
Afghanistan: All That Glitters Is Not Gold
There's a reason Afghanistan's resource wealth remains untapped.
Afghanistan: All That Glitters Is Not Gold
India-China Doklam Standoff: A Chinese Perspective
July 27, 2017
India-China Doklam Standoff: A Chinese Perspective
The reasons for the outbreak of tensions are complex, and things could get worse before they could get better.
India-China Doklam Standoff: A Chinese Perspective
<i>American Tianxia</i>: What If This Isn't the Chinese Century?
July 26, 2017
American Tianxia: What If This Isn't the Chinese Century?
Salvatore Babones’s book challenges the narrative of U.S. decline and Chinese global dominance.
American Tianxia: What If This Isn't the Chinese Century?
Australia Must Lift Its Game If It Wants to Lead on the Human Rights Council
July 26, 2017
Australia Must Lift Its Game If It Wants to Lead on the Human Rights Council
Australia now looks certain to take a seat at the UN’s Human Rights Council, but will it be constructive or a spoiler?
Australia Must Lift Its Game If It Wants to Lead on the Human Rights Council
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