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Educating America on Asia
September 14, 2011
Educating America on Asia
A lack of understanding of the Asia-Pacific could hurt US national security interests, says CSIS’s Ernest Bower.
Educating America on Asia
Unification Indifference
September 12, 2011
Unification Indifference
South Koreans haven’t turned against unification with North Korea. They’re just indifferent over the issue.
Unification Indifference
Think Tank Diplomacy
September 07, 2011
Think Tank Diplomacy
Why Track II diplomacy initiatives will be increasingly important for peace and stability in Asia-Pacific.
Think Tank Diplomacy
Taiwan-China Ties to Cool
September 05, 2011
Taiwan-China Ties to Cool
With the ‘easy’ deals made, ties between China and Taiwan are set to cool. But a third party arbiter could help.
Taiwan-China Ties to Cool
Sino-South Korea Ties Warming?
September 02, 2011
Sino-South Korea Ties Warming?
Differing regional security perceptions have led to a tricky period in South Korea-China relations.
Sino-South Korea Ties Warming?
Nuclear Infinity. Really?
August 31, 2011
Nuclear Infinity. Really?
Despite what critics say, the goal of a nuclear-free world is still worth striving for. But it must be done smartly.
Nuclear Infinity. Really?
Japan’s Poisoned Chalice
August 30, 2011
Japan’s Poisoned Chalice
New Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihiko Noda faces a deeply divided party and dysfunctional system.
Japan’s Poisoned Chalice
Understanding China
August 26, 2011
Understanding China
A new book offers a balanced view of China’s military rise that relies on a mix of Chinese and Western sources.
Understanding China
America's Southern Anchor?
August 25, 2011
America's Southern Anchor?
Australia’s defence minister suggests the country is a ‘southern anchor’ for the US. But does the US appreciate it?
America's Southern Anchor?
August 19, 2011
Education and Biosecurity
Rapid advances in the life sciences are posing new challenges for biosecurity. Education is key to tackling them.
Education and Biosecurity
Why Dokdo Matters to Korea
August 17, 2011
Why Dokdo Matters to Korea
The dispute over Dokdo/Takeshima is about more than geography for South Koreans. It’s about national identity.
Why Dokdo Matters to Korea
Boeing Looks East
August 16, 2011
Boeing Looks East
The Asia-Pacific region will be a key part of Boeing’s strategy moving forward. Can the firm keep its technical edge?
Boeing Looks East
Achieving the Asian Century
August 15, 2011
Achieving the Asian Century
Asia is expected to account for half of global GDP by 2050. But there are big hurdles to clear first.
Achieving the Asian Century
China's Micro-Blog Revolution
August 12, 2011
China's Micro-Blog Revolution
The Chinese government’s response to the train crash in Wenzhou left a gaping hole for new media to fill.
China's Micro-Blog Revolution
Japan's Cybercrime Problem
July 29, 2011
Japan's Cybercrime Problem
Cyber criminals have been quick to exploit the March 11 earthquake and nuclear disaster in Japan.
Japan's Cybercrime Problem
AirSea Battle and Escalation
July 28, 2011
AirSea Battle and Escalation
Does the AirSea Battle concept risk dangerously escalating any confrontation between China and the US?
AirSea Battle and Escalation
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