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China’s Reform and Opening:
40 Years & Counting
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An Evolution in China-India Relations?
April 01, 2015
An Evolution in China-India Relations?
Modi's election last year has brought some noticeable changes to relations between Asia’s two great powers.
An Evolution in China-India Relations?
Post-Anwar: Malaysia’s Gloomy Future
April 01, 2015
Post-Anwar: Malaysia’s Gloomy Future
As the opposition leader sits in prison, a shadow looms over Malaysian politics both at home and abroad.
Post-Anwar: Malaysia’s Gloomy Future
America’s Rebalance to the Asia-Pacific: On Track
April 01, 2015
America’s Rebalance to the Asia-Pacific: On Track
The Asia rebalance is the most misunderstood foreign policy initiative of the Obama presidency.
America’s Rebalance to the Asia-Pacific: On Track
The Rebalance in Southeast Asia: Not About Containment
February 27, 2015
The Rebalance in Southeast Asia: Not About Containment
Far from trying to “contain” China, the U.S. is focusing on a wide array of initiatives with regional actors.
The Rebalance in Southeast Asia: Not About Containment
U.S.-Pakistan Relations: Seeing Other People
February 27, 2015
U.S.-Pakistan Relations: Seeing Other People
The bilateral relationship matters less now, and that may not be such a bad thing.
U.S.-Pakistan Relations: Seeing Other People
The Koreas, Diplomacy, and Regional Autonomy
February 27, 2015
The Koreas, Diplomacy, and Regional Autonomy
The days of Korea as the geopolitical football of the region are long gone.
The Koreas, Diplomacy, and Regional Autonomy
Countering China’s Maritime Coercion
February 27, 2015
Countering China’s Maritime Coercion
How to impose costs on coercion, deter intimidation, and offset unilateral changes to the status quo.
Countering China’s Maritime Coercion
Afghanistan: Destination Uncertain
January 27, 2015
Afghanistan: Destination Uncertain
The transition is complete, but Afghanistan’s future looks uncertain to say the least.
Afghanistan: Destination Uncertain
Chinese Defense Innovation
January 27, 2015
Chinese Defense Innovation
Industrial espionage may help China’s military-industrial complex, but it will still need to harness its private sector.
Chinese Defense Innovation
Sri Lanka’s Uncertain Road Ahead
January 27, 2015
Sri Lanka’s Uncertain Road Ahead
An increasingly authoritarian president is ousted, but the road ahead is uncertain.
Sri Lanka’s Uncertain Road Ahead
A Recession for Australia?
January 27, 2015
A Recession for Australia?
The commodities giant has had an impressive run, but the good times might be coming to an end.
A Recession for Australia?
The Asia-Pacific in 2015: What to Expect
December 23, 2014
The Asia-Pacific in 2015: What to Expect
The Diplomat looks at the trends to watch across the region in the coming year.
The Asia-Pacific in 2015: What to Expect
Modi Ushers in New Era for India
December 23, 2014
Modi Ushers in New Era for India
An ambitious leader for an increasingly ambitious state.
Modi Ushers in New Era for India
What Now for Japan?
December 23, 2014
What Now for Japan?
Prime Minister Shinzo Abe wins reelection, but the policy challenges remain.
What Now for Japan?
The Fight for China’s Gas Market
December 23, 2014
The Fight for China’s Gas Market
Why Turkmenistan will prevail over Russia as China’s primary pipeline gas supplier.
The Fight for China’s Gas Market
China’s Economy: What Deng Can Teach Xi
November 20, 2014
China’s Economy: What Deng Can Teach Xi
Michael Pettis on the four stages of China’s economic growth and the lessons of Deng Xiaoping.
China’s Economy: What Deng Can Teach Xi
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