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2 US Warships Transit Taiwan Strait
October 23, 2018
2 US Warships Transit Taiwan Strait
Passage by a cruiser and destroyer follows similar transit in July.
2 US Warships Transit Taiwan Strait
What the Trump Administration's Consideration of a Plan to Ban Chinese Students Says About US-China Competition
October 23, 2018
What the Trump Administration's Consideration of a Plan to Ban Chinese Students Says About US-China Competition
The proposal suggests how seriously the administration is thinking about confrontation and competition with China.
What the Trump Administration's Consideration of a Plan to Ban Chinese Students Says About US-China Competition
Global Strategic Trends: Imagining East Asia in 2050
October 22, 2018
Global Strategic Trends: Imagining East Asia in 2050
A new report from the U.K. predicts trends and flashpoints that will shape East Asia over the next 30-plus years.
Global Strategic Trends: Imagining East Asia in 2050
US Withdrawal From the INF Treaty: Considerations in East Asia
October 22, 2018
US Withdrawal From the INF Treaty: Considerations in East Asia
Does withdrawing from the INF Treaty bring the United States advantages in Asia?
US Withdrawal From the INF Treaty: Considerations in East Asia
US Announces Suspension of Vigilant Ace 2018 Exercise With South Korea
October 20, 2018
US Announces Suspension of Vigilant Ace 2018 Exercise With South Korea
The suspension comes in anticipation of a second U.S.-North Korea summit meeting.
US Announces Suspension of Vigilant Ace 2018 Exercise With South Korea
Koreas, United Nations Command Hold Trilateral Military Talks
October 18, 2018
Koreas, United Nations Command Hold Trilateral Military Talks
The three sides are seeing through implementation of a September inter-Korean military agreement.
Koreas, United Nations Command Hold Trilateral Military Talks
India, Japan Mull Allowing Their Armed Forces to Use Each Other’s Military Bases
October 18, 2018
India, Japan Mull Allowing Their Armed Forces to Use Each Other’s Military Bases
The Indian and Japanese prime ministers will discuss a military base sharing agreement during their summit later this month.
India, Japan Mull Allowing Their Armed Forces to Use Each Other’s Military Bases
Pakistan, Russia to Hold Joint Military Exercise
October 17, 2018
Pakistan, Russia to Hold Joint Military Exercise
The military exercise, involving 200 Pakistani and Russian troops, will be held from October 21 to November 4 in Pakistan.
Pakistan, Russia to Hold Joint Military Exercise
From a Slow Simmer to a Boil: Managing Tensions in a Heating South China Sea
October 16, 2018
From a Slow Simmer to a Boil: Managing Tensions in a Heating South China Sea
Tensions are rising in the South China Sea.
From a Slow Simmer to a Boil: Managing Tensions in a Heating South China Sea
China Deploys Diesel-Electric Attack Submarine and Rescue Vessel in Indian Ocean
October 16, 2018
China Deploys Diesel-Electric Attack Submarine and Rescue Vessel in Indian Ocean
China has deployed an attack submarine in the Indian Ocean this month, according to Indian Ministry of Defense sources.
China Deploys Diesel-Electric Attack Submarine and Rescue Vessel in Indian Ocean
Asia and the ICC: 20 Years Later
October 13, 2018
Asia and the ICC: 20 Years Later
The Rome Statute that created the International Criminal Court turns 20 this year. How has Asia engaged (or not) with the ICC?
Asia and the ICC: 20 Years Later
The Risks of Kim's Diplomatic Double Game
October 11, 2018
The Risks of Kim's Diplomatic Double Game
Increased tensions in the South China Sea heightens the risks of Kim Jong Un’s diplomatic double game.
The Risks of Kim's Diplomatic Double Game
Chinese National Indicted in US Economic Espionage Case, Extradited to US
October 11, 2018
Chinese National Indicted in US Economic Espionage Case, Extradited to US
In a first, a Chinese national has been extradited to the United States in an economic espionage case.
Chinese National Indicted in US Economic Espionage Case, Extradited to US
CAATSA's Out of the Bag: Sanctions, Intellectual Property, and US-China Relations
October 09, 2018
CAATSA's Out of the Bag: Sanctions, Intellectual Property, and US-China Relations
Push sanctions too far and China may decide that it’s past time to challenge U.S. financial and legal hegemony.
CAATSA's Out of the Bag: Sanctions, Intellectual Property, and US-China Relations
3 Types of Chinese Reactions to Mike Pence’s China Speech
October 07, 2018
3 Types of Chinese Reactions to Mike Pence’s China Speech
These diverse views show that China is still debating how to handle an increasingly aggressive United States.
3 Types of Chinese Reactions to Mike Pence’s China Speech
US-North Korea Diplomacy Picks Up With a Pompeo-Kim Encounter in Pyongyang
October 07, 2018
US-North Korea Diplomacy Picks Up With a Pompeo-Kim Encounter in Pyongyang
The meeting marks the highest level contact between the two countries since the Singapore Summit in June.
US-North Korea Diplomacy Picks Up With a Pompeo-Kim Encounter in Pyongyang
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