Following the New Silk Road
Central Asia
Following the New Silk Road
Experts are skeptical of the future of what is essentially America’s exit strategy for Afghanistan.
Following the New Silk Road
The SAARC: A Bloc Whose Time Has Come
South Asia
The SAARC: A Bloc Whose Time Has Come
The South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation is more relevant than ever before. Time to give it more power.
The SAARC: A Bloc Whose Time Has Come
Japan and Its Neighbors: Shinzo Abe's Northeast Asia Diplomacy
October 17, 2014
Japan and Its Neighbors: Shinzo Abe's Northeast Asia Diplomacy
A look at Japan's active foreign policy in Northeast Asia.
Japan and Its Neighbors: Shinzo Abe's Northeast Asia Diplomacy
Finding Allies for China
East Asia
Finding Allies for China
China needs to build more alliances to challenge the U.S. in the Asia-Pacific.
Finding Allies for China
In Iran Nuclear Talks, 'No Deal' Is Worse Than Status Quo
Central Asia
In Iran Nuclear Talks, 'No Deal' Is Worse Than Status Quo
If reaching a permanent agreement by next month’s deadline proves impossible, the West must lock in the status-quo.
In Iran Nuclear Talks, 'No Deal' Is Worse Than Status Quo
Cambodia-China Relations: Overcoming the Trust Deficit
Southeast Asia
Cambodia-China Relations: Overcoming the Trust Deficit
Why China is having trouble overcoming suspicions about its motives in Cambodia.
Cambodia-China Relations: Overcoming the Trust Deficit
Northeast Asia Diplomacy: A Trilateral Way Forward?
East Asia
Northeast Asia Diplomacy: A Trilateral Way Forward?
A trilateral approach to China, Japan and South Korea relations may be able to do what bilateral negotiations cannot.
Northeast Asia Diplomacy: A Trilateral Way Forward?
WWI Analogies: Missing the Role of Culture
October 05, 2014
WWI Analogies: Missing the Role of Culture
Culture is having a greater impact on international affairs than ever before.
WWI Analogies: Missing the Role of Culture
Can China and India Cooperate in Afghanistan?
Central Asia
Can China and India Cooperate in Afghanistan?
Their border disputes and maritime rivalry aside, China and India may be able to make common cause in Afghanistan.
Can China and India Cooperate in Afghanistan?
Russia and Iran Lock NATO Out of Caspian Sea
Central Asia
Russia and Iran Lock NATO Out of Caspian Sea
A summit earlier this week achieves consensus on the inadmissibility of a foreign military presence in the sea.
Russia and Iran Lock NATO Out of Caspian Sea
Australia Shuts Down Its TV Network
Oceania
Australia Shuts Down Its TV Network
There's a heavy sigh from viewers in Asia as Canberra loses an important plank in its soft power.
Australia Shuts Down Its TV Network
China-India Ties: What Comes After Xi’s Trip?
September 29, 2014
China-India Ties: What Comes After Xi’s Trip?
Dr. Tanvi Madan on what we can expect from China-India relations now that Xi’s visit has concluded.
China-India Ties: What Comes After Xi’s Trip?
Resolving the Absurd Indo-Bangladesh Border Complexities
South Asia
Resolving the Absurd Indo-Bangladesh Border Complexities
The Modi government is making a push to settle India’s long-running border disputes with Bangladesh.
Resolving the Absurd Indo-Bangladesh Border Complexities
Is There an Obama Doctrine?
September 22, 2014
Is There an Obama Doctrine?
In year 6 of his presidency, does Barack Obama have a foreign policy doctrine?
Is There an Obama Doctrine?
Xi Jinping in India: A Breakthrough in Relations?
September 18, 2014
Xi Jinping in India: A Breakthrough in Relations?
The Chinese president is in India hoping to manage a complex economic and security relationship.
Xi Jinping in India: A Breakthrough in Relations?
China’s Revisionist Orientation
East Asia
China’s Revisionist Orientation
China is not a revisionist power, but the recent air intercept indicates revisionist orientation
China’s Revisionist Orientation
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