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Russia, China, and the Indo-Pacific: An Interview With Dmitri Trenin
September 18, 2020

Russia, China, and the Indo-Pacific: An Interview With Dmitri Trenin

By Jongsoo Lee
“Russia has ‘pivoted’ to itself, as a major independent player, with China its key strategic partner.”

Declan Walsh on the ‘Nine Lives of Pakistan’
September 15, 2020

Declan Walsh on the ‘Nine Lives of Pakistan’

By Shah Meer Baloch
Declan Walsh talks about his latest book, Pakistan, regional politics, media freedom, and more. 
A Discussion With US Senator Chris Murphy About Subnational Diplomacy and China
September 09, 2020

A Discussion With US Senator Chris Murphy About Subnational Diplomacy and China

By Catherine Putz
The City and State Diplomacy Act has an unmistakable target, even if the text of bill does not name it: China. 

The Investment Outlook in the Indo-Pacific: An Interview With Jim Rogers
September 02, 2020

The Investment Outlook in the Indo-Pacific: An Interview With Jim Rogers

By Jongsoo Lee
The co-founder of the Quantum Fund discusses the region’s best investment opportunities.

Scott Snyder on Trump, South Korea, and ‘America-First’ Alliance Policy
August 19, 2020

Scott Snyder on Trump, South Korea, and ‘America-First’ Alliance Policy

By Shannon Tiezzi
"One dismisses the president’s longstanding beliefs that allies such as South Korea are free riders at one’s own peril."

Yvonne Tew on Courts and Constitutionalism in Malaysia
August 11, 2020

Yvonne Tew on Courts and Constitutionalism in Malaysia

By Catherine Putz
The Najib ruling is “a step in the right direction on the path to constitutional redemption,” Tew says.

Donald Emmerson on Southeast Asia’s Approach to China
August 05, 2020

Donald Emmerson on Southeast Asia’s Approach to China

By Shannon Tiezzi
Emmerson discusses the South China Sea, the U.S.-China competition, and COVID-19 as factors in the region's relations with China.
Graham Webster on TikTok, Huawei, and the US-China Tech Clash
July 29, 2020

Graham Webster on TikTok, Huawei, and the US-China Tech Clash

By Shannon Tiezzi
“Questions around Chinese government power and the growth of Chinese companies around the world have triggered a heightened awareness of who controls platforms and how they collect, store, or share data.”

Kristian Lasslett on Uzbekistan’s Cotton Clusters Conundrum 
July 14, 2020

Kristian Lasslett on Uzbekistan’s Cotton Clusters Conundrum 

By Catherine Putz
Privatization of the cotton sector “is in itself no silver bullet solution” for the problems of corruption and forced labor. 

The United States, China, and the Future of Arms Control
July 08, 2020

The United States, China, and the Future of Arms Control

By Ankit Panda
Tong Zhao discusses prospects for strategic arms control between the United States and China.

Ankit Panda on Kim Jong Un and the Bomb
July 01, 2020

Ankit Panda on Kim Jong Un and the Bomb

By Shannon Tiezzi
An interview with Panda about his new book, and the past and future of North Korea’s missile and nuclear programs.
The Origins of Today’s Sino-India Tensions
June 24, 2020

The Origins of Today’s Sino-India Tensions

By Ankit Panda
Jonathan Ward discusses the historic origins of the ongoing India-China border disputes.

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