Beyond Trump and Putin: The American Alt-Right's Love of the Kremlin’s Policies
October 13, 2016
Beyond Trump and Putin: The American Alt-Right's Love of the Kremlin’s Policies
The Kremlin has various links with leading far-right figures undergirding Trump’s candidacy.
Beyond Trump and Putin: The American Alt-Right's Love of the Kremlin’s Policies
Is America Really China’s Greatest National Security Threat?
October 11, 2016
Is America Really China’s Greatest National Security Threat?
A recent Pew survey sheds light on China’s relationship with the outside world, in particular the United States
Is America Really China’s Greatest National Security Threat?
What Duterte Demonstrates About US Security Commitments Abroad
October 11, 2016
What Duterte Demonstrates About US Security Commitments Abroad
There is little reason why the U.S. government should accept cynical free-riding behavior on the part of so-called allies.
What Duterte Demonstrates About US Security Commitments Abroad
Obama and Indonesia: Strong Progress But an Uncertain Future
October 09, 2016
Obama and Indonesia: Strong Progress But an Uncertain Future
The U.S. has done its part to deepen relations; the ball is now in Indonesia's court.
Obama and Indonesia: Strong Progress But an Uncertain Future
Nuke or No Nuke? Japan’s Long Dilemma
October 07, 2016
Nuke or No Nuke? Japan’s Long Dilemma
The discreet temptation for a national nuclear deterrent has persisted for decades.
Nuke or No Nuke? Japan’s Long Dilemma
O'Reilly Factor Goes to Chinatown, Stereotypes and Racist Remarks Ensue
October 06, 2016
O'Reilly Factor Goes to Chinatown, Stereotypes and Racist Remarks Ensue
A segment ostensibly on what Chinese-Americans think of the election quickly turns into a racist caricature.
O'Reilly Factor Goes to Chinatown, Stereotypes and Racist Remarks Ensue
Tule Lake: Memories of Japanese Internment
September 16, 2016
Tule Lake: Memories of Japanese Internment
As discussion of internment rises in America, the most fortified city in the Americas during WWII risks being forgotten.
Tule Lake: Memories of Japanese Internment
American Cowboys in Kyrgyzstan
September 07, 2016
American Cowboys in Kyrgyzstan
“Let’s go play a game we’ve never played, in a language we don’t understand, where you could possibly die."
American Cowboys in Kyrgyzstan
Little Progress on THAAD as Park, Xi Meet on G20 Sidelines
September 05, 2016
Little Progress on THAAD as Park, Xi Meet on G20 Sidelines
Xi and Park reiterated their views on THAAD, but didn't appear to forge a path toward understanding.
Little Progress on THAAD as Park, Xi Meet on G20 Sidelines
A New Day for US-Central Asia Relations?
August 04, 2016
A New Day for US-Central Asia Relations?
Washington needs to clarify how new C5+1 projects either build on or differ from previous endeavors.
A New Day for US-Central Asia Relations?
US and EU Separatist Groups to Gather on Moscow’s Dime
July 26, 2016
US and EU Separatist Groups to Gather on Moscow’s Dime
The upcoming conference will feature guests from Catalonia and Texas, but no Chechens or Uyghurs.
US and EU Separatist Groups to Gather on Moscow’s Dime
Donald Trump’s Whataboutism
July 22, 2016
Donald Trump’s Whataboutism
If the US waits for utopia to argue in favor of liberty abroad, it will never happen.
Donald Trump’s Whataboutism
A Complete Guide to the Upcoming South China Sea International Law Verdict
July 09, 2016
A Complete Guide to the Upcoming South China Sea International Law Verdict
The Diplomat‘s Ankit Panda and Prashanth Parameswaran discuss the upcoming verdict in Philippines v. China.
A Complete Guide to the Upcoming South China Sea International Law Verdict
Two US Aircraft Carriers Launch Joint Exercises Off Philippines Ahead of South China Sea Verdict
June 21, 2016
Two US Aircraft Carriers Launch Joint Exercises Off Philippines Ahead of South China Sea Verdict
Coordinated operations kick off ahead of much-anticipated South China Sea verdict.
Two US Aircraft Carriers Launch Joint Exercises Off Philippines Ahead of South China Sea Verdict
US Aims to Increase Funding for Alternative Media Sources in Central Asia
June 16, 2016
US Aims to Increase Funding for Alternative Media Sources in Central Asia
The US State Department wants to counteract “Russia’s well-financed propaganda machine.”
US Aims to Increase Funding for Alternative Media Sources in Central Asia
In Afghanistan, Time to Wage War for Peace
June 01, 2016
In Afghanistan, Time to Wage War for Peace
With the Taliban leadership in transition, now is the time for the Afghan government to go on the offensive.
In Afghanistan, Time to Wage War for Peace
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