Assessing ASEAN's Place in the Asian Security Landscape
August 15, 2015
Assessing ASEAN's Place in the Asian Security Landscape
The Diplomat‘s Ankit Panda and Prashanth Parameswaran discuss ASEAN's role in the present Asian security landscape.
Assessing ASEAN's Place in the Asian Security Landscape
Russia’s Foreign Minister Slams US Over Military Buildup in Asia
August 06, 2015
Russia’s Foreign Minister Slams US Over Military Buildup in Asia
Russia continues to be worried about the U.S. rebalance to Asia.
Russia’s Foreign Minister Slams US Over Military Buildup in Asia
Southeast Asian Countries Warm to US-Proposed Freeze on South China Sea Land Reclamation
August 05, 2015
Southeast Asian Countries Warm to US-Proposed Freeze on South China Sea Land Reclamation
A proposal first aired in 2014 is gaining new traction as tensions rise in the South China Sea.
Southeast Asian Countries Warm to US-Proposed Freeze on South China Sea Land Reclamation
For the ASEAN-China South China Sea Code of Conduct, Ninth Time Isn't the Charm
August 01, 2015
For the ASEAN-China South China Sea Code of Conduct, Ninth Time Isn't the Charm
After consultations in Tianjin, Chinese and ASEAN leaders appear to be no closer to a Code of Conduct for the South China Sea.
For the ASEAN-China South China Sea Code of Conduct, Ninth Time Isn't the Charm
It's Time for the Obama Administration to Get Tough on Human Rights in Vietnam
June 24, 2015
It's Time for the Obama Administration to Get Tough on Human Rights in Vietnam
Nguyen Dang Minh Man's story reminds us that Vietnam's record on human rights remains deeply troubling.
It's Time for the Obama Administration to Get Tough on Human Rights in Vietnam
Right and Wrong on the South China Sea
June 22, 2015
Right and Wrong on the South China Sea
“Right and wrong” is not as important as the obligation of states to the peaceful settlement of disputes.
Right and Wrong on the South China Sea
Who Is the Biggest Aggressor in the South China Sea?
June 18, 2015
Who Is the Biggest Aggressor in the South China Sea?
In the past 20 years, Vietnam has doubled its holdings in the South China Sea.
Who Is the Biggest Aggressor in the South China Sea?
Vietnam's Newest Tourist Destination: The Spratlys
June 06, 2015
Vietnam's Newest Tourist Destination: The Spratlys
How Hanoi deploys tourism as a weapon in its simmering dispute with Beijing over South China Sea sovereignty.
Vietnam's Newest Tourist Destination: The Spratlys
India and Vietnam Push Ahead with Strategic Security Cooperation
May 26, 2015
India and Vietnam Push Ahead with Strategic Security Cooperation
Vietnam's defense minister is in India, with a maritime security-focused agenda.
India and Vietnam Push Ahead with Strategic Security Cooperation
Sure, TPP Is 'Win-Win'... Unless You Care About Human Rights
May 12, 2015
Sure, TPP Is 'Win-Win'... Unless You Care About Human Rights
The Trans-Pacific Partnership won't do much to improve the human rights situation in Asia.
Sure, TPP Is 'Win-Win'... Unless You Care About Human Rights
Reclamation, Arbitration, Competition: South China Sea Situation Report
May 09, 2015
Reclamation, Arbitration, Competition: South China Sea Situation Report
The Diplomat's editors discuss recent events in the South China Sea.
Reclamation, Arbitration, Competition: South China Sea Situation Report
Vietnam Buys Deadly New Missiles Capable of Hitting China
April 30, 2015
Vietnam Buys Deadly New Missiles Capable of Hitting China
Hanoi is the first Southeast Asian nation arming its submarines with land attack cruise missiles.
Vietnam Buys Deadly New Missiles Capable of Hitting China
Trans-Pacific Partnership: Do it for Vietnam
April 28, 2015
Trans-Pacific Partnership: Do it for Vietnam
The Trans-Pacific Partnership will have a huge positive effect on Vietnam's economy. Should Americans care?
Trans-Pacific Partnership: Do it for Vietnam
Vietnam’s Cam Ranh Bay Caught in US-Russia Crossfire
March 13, 2015
Vietnam’s Cam Ranh Bay Caught in US-Russia Crossfire
How will Hanoi respond to U.S. pressure to curtail flights of Russian refueling aircraft out of Cam Ranh Bay?
Vietnam’s Cam Ranh Bay Caught in US-Russia Crossfire
Outgoing US Defense Secretary Hagel Warns of Limits of Military Power
January 24, 2015
Outgoing US Defense Secretary Hagel Warns of Limits of Military Power
Hagel's departing shots should be seen as an incentive for self-reflection in the White House.
Outgoing US Defense Secretary Hagel Warns of Limits of Military Power
Vietnam’s Tale of Two Cities
October 24, 2014
Vietnam’s Tale of Two Cities
Ho Chi Minh City and Hanoi embody a larger struggle in Vietnam between traditional culture and modernity.
Vietnam’s Tale of Two Cities
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