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South Korea's Left Needs to Rethink Its North Korea Position
November 15, 2016
South Korea's Left Needs to Rethink Its North Korea Position
Right now South Korea cannot afford the pro-North, anti-American tendencies of the opposition.
South Korea's Left Needs to Rethink Its North Korea Position
Will India and Pakistan Cripple the SCO?
November 09, 2016
Will India and Pakistan Cripple the SCO?
Contrary to expectations, the first enlargement of the SCO since 2001 could thwart further development.
Will India and Pakistan Cripple the SCO?
Could India and China Grow Without Coal?
November 08, 2016
Could India and China Grow Without Coal?
Can the two Asian giants do without coal?
Could India and China Grow Without Coal?
Taiwan Should Be Part of Global Fight Against Climate Change
November 04, 2016
Taiwan Should Be Part of Global Fight Against Climate Change
Taiwan has been left out of UN discussions on climate change, harming global efforts to reduce emissions.
Taiwan Should Be Part of Global Fight Against Climate Change
Latest US FONOP in the South China Sea: Tilting at Windmills?
November 04, 2016
Latest US FONOP in the South China Sea: Tilting at Windmills?
The most recent Freedom of Navigation Operation seems unnecessarily provocative.
Latest US FONOP in the South China Sea: Tilting at Windmills?
Celebrating Japan’s Constitution, 70 Years Later
November 03, 2016
Celebrating Japan’s Constitution, 70 Years Later
A look back at the past -- and ahead to the future -- of Japan's post-war constitution.
Celebrating Japan’s Constitution, 70 Years Later
Willing Proxies Give China’s Censors a Global Reach
November 03, 2016
Willing Proxies Give China’s Censors a Global Reach
"Private citizens and nongovernmental institutions are playing a growing role in advancing Beijing’s agenda."
Willing Proxies Give China’s Censors a Global Reach
Transnational Threats in Southeast Asia
November 02, 2016
Transnational Threats in Southeast Asia
We can no longer ignore the connection between security, development, and the rule of law in Southeast Asia.
Transnational Threats in Southeast Asia
The US Will Win the Cyber War With China in 2017
November 01, 2016
The US Will Win the Cyber War With China in 2017
It is now time to focus more on the ways in which cyber military capability can transform military power in wartime.
The US Will Win the Cyber War With China in 2017
Interpol Is Not Complete Without Taiwan’s Participation
October 31, 2016
Interpol Is Not Complete Without Taiwan’s Participation
It is time to let Taiwan back in.
Interpol Is Not Complete Without Taiwan’s Participation
Collaborating for Greater Energy Access in the Asia-Pacific
October 29, 2016
Collaborating for Greater Energy Access in the Asia-Pacific
Better access to energy is closely linked to poverty eradication.
Collaborating for Greater Energy Access in the Asia-Pacific
America's Overhyped Worries About Chinese Money in Hollywood
October 29, 2016
America's Overhyped Worries About Chinese Money in Hollywood
U.S. authorities should watch, not reject, Chinese investment in the entertainment sector.
America's Overhyped Worries About Chinese Money in Hollywood
The Mota Lava Treaty: A Pacific Lesson on Maritime Dispute Settlement
October 29, 2016
The Mota Lava Treaty: A Pacific Lesson on Maritime Dispute Settlement
What the world can learn from the maritime border agreement between Vanuatu and the Solomon Islands.
The Mota Lava Treaty: A Pacific Lesson on Maritime Dispute Settlement
Where Is Duterte’s Foreign Policy Going? A Chinese Perspective
October 25, 2016
Where Is Duterte’s Foreign Policy Going? A Chinese Perspective
Duterte is a skillful realist and knows how to appropriately balance between China and the United States.
Where Is Duterte’s Foreign Policy Going? A Chinese Perspective
Is Duterte Playing Hard to Get?
October 24, 2016
Is Duterte Playing Hard to Get?
Has the Philippines president made a real shift in foreign policy, or is his rhetoric a negotiating tactic?
Is Duterte Playing Hard to Get?
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