Does China Really Know How to Wage Cyber War?
February 20, 2015
Does China Really Know How to Wage Cyber War?
China's cyber war capabilities are a riddle wrapped inside an enigma.
Does China Really Know How to Wage Cyber War?
 This is Japan’s Best Strategy to Defeat China at Sea
February 20, 2015
This is Japan’s Best Strategy to Defeat China at Sea
In order to win, Japan should give China a dose of its own medicine.
This is Japan’s Best Strategy to Defeat China at Sea
US China Commission Moves Beyond the 'China Threat' Hype
February 17, 2015
US China Commission Moves Beyond the 'China Threat' Hype
A new report represents a major evolution in U.S. understanding of the PLA.
US China Commission Moves Beyond the 'China Threat' Hype
Is the Chinese Military Weaker Than We Think?
February 12, 2015
Is the Chinese Military Weaker Than We Think?
A new report highlights the unpreparedness of the Chinese military for modern conflict.
Is the Chinese Military Weaker Than We Think?
China’s Lawful Position on the South China Sea
January 31, 2015
China’s Lawful Position on the South China Sea
China is not helping itself by refusing to define its understanding of the nine-dashed line.
China’s Lawful Position on the South China Sea
India: The Austria-Hungary of the 21st Century?
January 31, 2015
India: The Austria-Hungary of the 21st Century?
If it heeds the lessons of history, the US would do well not to foster close ties with India in the next few years.
India: The Austria-Hungary of the 21st Century?
China's Navy to Send More Ships to the Indian Ocean
January 31, 2015
China's Navy to Send More Ships to the Indian Ocean
Recent reports of PLAN naval movements have many analysts worried.
China's Navy to Send More Ships to the Indian Ocean
New Snowden Documents Reveal Chinese Behind F-35 Hack
January 27, 2015
New Snowden Documents Reveal Chinese Behind F-35 Hack
Experts have long argued that China has copied the F-35 design for its own fighter jets. Is this the proof?
New Snowden Documents Reveal Chinese Behind F-35 Hack
Why the US Should Encourage Closer Sino-Indian Ties
January 27, 2015
Why the US Should Encourage Closer Sino-Indian Ties
A "deadlocked alliance" between Beijing and New Delhi may be good news for the United States.
Why the US Should Encourage Closer Sino-Indian Ties
In Kazakhstan, Hope and Skepticism About Hosting 2022 Olympics
October 09, 2014
In Kazakhstan, Hope and Skepticism About Hosting 2022 Olympics
The Games could put the country on the map. But not everybody is excited about the idea.
In Kazakhstan, Hope and Skepticism About Hosting 2022 Olympics
The 2022 Winter Olympics Will Be in Asia
October 09, 2014
The 2022 Winter Olympics Will Be in Asia
Because nobody else wants them.
The 2022 Winter Olympics Will Be in Asia
Beijing’s Booming Population Risks Instability
August 28, 2014
Beijing’s Booming Population Risks Instability
Pollution and rapidly increasing rural migrants could quickly outstrip Beijing’s ability to cope.
Beijing’s Booming Population Risks Instability
Beijing Enters China's New Bond Market
August 21, 2014
Beijing Enters China's New Bond Market
Beijing is the 8th local government to issue bonds under a pilot program to combat shadow banking.
Beijing Enters China's New Bond Market
Size Doesn’t Matter for Asia’s Influential Cities
August 20, 2014
Size Doesn’t Matter for Asia’s Influential Cities
Work in Asia, live in Australasia is the message from the latest global surveys of economic clout and livability.
Size Doesn’t Matter for Asia’s Influential Cities
Beijing Cracks Down on Illegal Drug Use
August 20, 2014
Beijing Cracks Down on Illegal Drug Use
Beijing police are cracking down on illegal drug use among Chinese and foreigners alike.
Beijing Cracks Down on Illegal Drug Use
Beijing’s Choice and Hong Kong’s Elections
May 10, 2014
Beijing’s Choice and Hong Kong’s Elections
Beijing can better achieve its goals by allowing free elections in Hong Kong.
Beijing’s Choice and Hong Kong’s Elections
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