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After ICBM Tests, UN Security Council Adopts Wide-Ranging Sanctions Against North Korea
August 07, 2017
After ICBM Tests, UN Security Council Adopts Wide-Ranging Sanctions Against North Korea
The latest sanctions will bar North Korean exports of coal, iron ore, lead, lead ore, and seafood.
After ICBM Tests, UN Security Council Adopts Wide-Ranging Sanctions Against North Korea
Assessing ASEAN's Geopolitical Relevance After 50 Years
August 05, 2017
Assessing ASEAN's Geopolitical Relevance After 50 Years
As ASEAN nears its 50th anniversary, what challenges does it face as a regional organization?
Assessing ASEAN's Geopolitical Relevance After 50 Years
Pakistan: A Catch-22 in the India-US ‘Special’ Relationship
June 29, 2017
Pakistan: A Catch-22 in the India-US ‘Special’ Relationship
How far can Trump push with Modi’s agenda of changing Pakistan’s security policy?
Pakistan: A Catch-22 in the India-US ‘Special’ Relationship
Trump's Amateur Hour on North Korea
April 22, 2017
Trump's Amateur Hour on North Korea
Trump is weakening the United States' ability to deal with the threat.
Trump's Amateur Hour on North Korea
South Asia's Reckoning With Global Alignments in the Trump Era
April 19, 2017
South Asia's Reckoning With Global Alignments in the Trump Era
U.S. foreign policy might not change, but the world has and will -- especially in South Asia.
South Asia's Reckoning With Global Alignments in the Trump Era
How US Unilateralism Could Shape China’s Middle East Geostrategy
March 06, 2017
How US Unilateralism Could Shape China’s Middle East Geostrategy
The newly transactional foreign policy of the United States could influence Beijing’s calculations.
How US Unilateralism Could Shape China’s Middle East Geostrategy
US Carrier Group Enters South China Sea Amid Calls for More Freedom of Navigation Operations
February 21, 2017
US Carrier Group Enters South China Sea Amid Calls for More Freedom of Navigation Operations
A carrier strike group is conducting routine patrols, but is not set up for FONOPS, despite speculation.
US Carrier Group Enters South China Sea Amid Calls for More Freedom of Navigation Operations
US Carrier Strike Group Arrives in the South China Sea
February 21, 2017
US Carrier Strike Group Arrives in the South China Sea
The U.S. Navy now has two supercarriers deployed to the Asia-Pacific region.
US Carrier Strike Group Arrives in the South China Sea
The Trouble With John Pilger’s <em>The Coming War on China</em>
December 23, 2016
The Trouble With John Pilger’s The Coming War on China
A closer look at a new documentary.
The Trouble With John Pilger’s The Coming War on China
Obama's Asia-Pacific Legacy: Assessing Policy Toward Maritime Challenges and the North Korea Threat
December 16, 2016
Obama's Asia-Pacific Legacy: Assessing Policy Toward Maritime Challenges and the North Korea Threat
We evaluate the Obama administration's policy performance on some of Asia's most pressing regional flashpoints.
Obama's Asia-Pacific Legacy: Assessing Policy Toward Maritime Challenges and the North Korea Threat
Terry Branstad, Xi Jinping's 'Old Friend', to Be Trump's Ambassador to China
December 07, 2016
Terry Branstad, Xi Jinping's 'Old Friend', to Be Trump's Ambassador to China
What does Trump's selection of the Iowa governor suggest about his planned China policy?
Terry Branstad, Xi Jinping's 'Old Friend', to Be Trump's Ambassador to China
Is the 'Rules Based Order' Worth Keeping Up?
September 15, 2016
Is the 'Rules Based Order' Worth Keeping Up?
How large are the stakes for the United States in sustaining the current global order?
Is the 'Rules Based Order' Worth Keeping Up?
How the Rules-Based Order <em>Really</em> Works in Asia
September 12, 2016
How the Rules-Based Order Really Works in Asia
Successful cooperation against common challenges requires regional inclusion.
How the Rules-Based Order Really Works in Asia
The Challenges for US-India Relations After Obama
August 27, 2016
The Challenges for US-India Relations After Obama
The next administration must build on the achievements already made.
The Challenges for US-India Relations After Obama
Taiwan's Transition is a Strategic Opportunity for the United States
May 17, 2016
Taiwan's Transition is a Strategic Opportunity for the United States
The inauguration of Taiwan's new president is an opportunity, not a crisis.
Taiwan's Transition is a Strategic Opportunity for the United States
Do US Presidential Candidates Care About South Asia?
December 16, 2015
Do US Presidential Candidates Care About South Asia?
There has been little mention of the region - and that's unlikely to change.
Do US Presidential Candidates Care About South Asia?
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