It's Still a Good Idea for China to Send Troops to Fight ISIS
September 16, 2014
It's Still a Good Idea for China to Send Troops to Fight ISIS
Beijing has more to gain than to lose by intervening against ISIS in Iraq.
It's Still a Good Idea for China to Send Troops to Fight ISIS
China Created ISIS, Too
September 15, 2014
China Created ISIS, Too
Don’t just blame the U.S. China helped support the Islamic State of Iraq and al-Sham’s rise as well.
China Created ISIS, Too
Chinese Brands Raise Profiles in South Korea
September 15, 2014
Chinese Brands Raise Profiles in South Korea
Chinese companies tried to register 137.9% more trademarks in South Korea in 2010 than in 2013.
Chinese Brands Raise Profiles in South Korea
On Twitter, ISIS Is More Popular Than China
September 15, 2014
On Twitter, ISIS Is More Popular Than China
Also, China's "creeping invasion" and is India China circa 2001? Some general interest links.
On Twitter, ISIS Is More Popular Than China
Japan’s Undemocratic Foreign Policy
September 12, 2014
Japan’s Undemocratic Foreign Policy
Shinzo Abe’s position on the Senkaku Islands dispute is wrongheaded, and the Japanese people know it.
Japan’s Undemocratic Foreign Policy
Just How Secure Is Xi Jinping Really?
September 12, 2014
Just How Secure Is Xi Jinping Really?
Xi Jinping may be China's new "emperor," but that doesn't mean that he's safe.
Just How Secure Is Xi Jinping Really?
Most Chinese Expect War With Japan
September 11, 2014
Most Chinese Expect War With Japan
A majority of Chinese believe their country will go to war with Japan in the future.
Most Chinese Expect War With Japan
4 Reasons Xi Jinping Is a Serious Reformer
September 11, 2014
4 Reasons Xi Jinping Is a Serious Reformer
Xi will create a new middle road for China, transcending East vs. West, democracy vs. authoritarianism, and left vs. right.
4 Reasons Xi Jinping Is a Serious Reformer
Why Is China Building Islands in the South China Sea?
September 10, 2014
Why Is China Building Islands in the South China Sea?
A BBC report confirms China's extensive land reclamation projects in the South China Sea. What does Beijing gain?
Why Is China Building Islands in the South China Sea?
South Africa Prevents Dalai Lama From Attending Nobel Peace Summit
September 06, 2014
South Africa Prevents Dalai Lama From Attending Nobel Peace Summit
Amidst growing ties with China, South Africa reportedly denied the Dalai Lama a visa.
South Africa Prevents Dalai Lama From Attending Nobel Peace Summit
The US Will Defend Japan; The Question Is How?
August 25, 2014
The US Will Defend Japan; The Question Is How?
The debate over whether the U.S. would aid Japan in a fight against China misses the crucial question.
The US Will Defend Japan; The Question Is How?
North Korea Militarizes China Border?
August 22, 2014
North Korea Militarizes China Border?
Reports that North Korea has deployed tanks and armored vehicles to its border with China are likely untrue.
North Korea Militarizes China Border?
Is ASEAN the Right Forum for South China Sea Disputes?
August 16, 2014
Is ASEAN the Right Forum for South China Sea Disputes?
U.S. editors Ankit Panda and Zachary Keck discuss the outcomes of the 2014 ASEAN Regional Forum.
Is ASEAN the Right Forum for South China Sea Disputes?
Yasukuni’s Relevance to Japan, and the Region
August 14, 2014
Yasukuni’s Relevance to Japan, and the Region
Regular visits by officials not only anger Japan’s neighbors, but can erode the separation of church and state.
Yasukuni’s Relevance to Japan, and the Region
China Is No International Security Free Rider
August 13, 2014
China Is No International Security Free Rider
China’s less militarist approach to international security is a good thing.
China Is No International Security Free Rider
China Executes Two South Koreans
August 13, 2014
China Executes Two South Koreans
Despite protests from Seoul, China went ahead with the execution of two South Korean nationals for drug smuggling.
China Executes Two South Koreans
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