Philippines and Vietnam in the South China Sea
October 21, 2013
Philippines and Vietnam in the South China Sea
Both countries see the disputed areas as vital interests, yet have taken divergent approaches in pressing their claims.
Philippines and Vietnam in the South China Sea
Thanks Climate Change: Sea-Level Rise Could End South China Sea Spat
November 08, 2012
Thanks Climate Change: Sea-Level Rise Could End South China Sea Spat
Overlapping claims to islands and reefs in the South China Sea have increased tensions. They may all soon be rendered obsolete.
Thanks Climate Change: Sea-Level Rise Could End South China Sea Spat
September 25, 2012
The Nightmare Scenario: A U.S.-China War: Part V
“…even the ultimate outcome of a war is not always to be regarded as final.”
The Nightmare Scenario: A U.S.-China War: Part V
Island Mania in the Asia-Pacific
September 03, 2012
Island Mania in the Asia-Pacific
How an odd mix of economics, defense, nationalism and ‘trendsetting’ are creating a dangerous dynamic.
Island Mania in the Asia-Pacific
Why the South China Sea is not a
August 18, 2012
Why the South China Sea is not a "Sudetenland Moment"
The United States must not take direct sides – and instead encourage peaceful negotiation – lest it make matters worse.
Why the South China Sea is not a "Sudetenland Moment"
America’s ‘Rebalance’ Finds its Footing
July 17, 2012
America’s ‘Rebalance’ Finds its Footing
With a watchful eye towards China, the nations of Southeast Asia seem receptive to America’s charms, Luke Hunt reports.
America’s ‘Rebalance’ Finds its Footing
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