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North Korea Is Not a Case of Intelligence Failure
February 22, 2018
North Korea Is Not a Case of Intelligence Failure
Countering a claim from the New York Times.
North Korea Is Not a Case of Intelligence Failure
Chinese Censorship Moves Into the American Workplace
February 21, 2018
Chinese Censorship Moves Into the American Workplace
Generations of censorship have not necessarily created a hunger for freedom of information and expression in China.
Chinese Censorship Moves Into the American Workplace
Indonesia Unlikely to Join US-Led-Coalition to Contain China
February 21, 2018
Indonesia Unlikely to Join US-Led-Coalition to Contain China
The United States needs to bring its expectations in line with reality.
Indonesia Unlikely to Join US-Led-Coalition to Contain China
Has the US Military Really Lost ‘The Art of Killing’?
February 16, 2018
Has the US Military Really Lost ‘The Art of Killing’?
Why the U.S. military’s obsession with decisive battle is not a good thing.
Has the US Military Really Lost ‘The Art of Killing’?
Chinese Media Misrepresents Top China Scholar
February 16, 2018
Chinese Media Misrepresents Top China Scholar
An article by Bates Gill for The Diplomat got purposefully lost in translation.
Chinese Media Misrepresents Top China Scholar
Why Trump’s Troubling Pakistan Policy Dooms Afghanistan Peace
February 15, 2018
Why Trump’s Troubling Pakistan Policy Dooms Afghanistan Peace
The administration’s approach to Islamabad undermines potential solutions in Afghanistan.
Why Trump’s Troubling Pakistan Policy Dooms Afghanistan Peace
Top UN Human Rights Official Completes Mission to Indonesia
February 15, 2018
Top UN Human Rights Official Completes Mission to Indonesia
While proposed new laws may threaten human rights in Indonesia, the country continues to engage positively with the UN and other bodies.
Top UN Human Rights Official Completes Mission to Indonesia
Securing the Future of Afghanistan: The Diaspora’s Debt of Service
February 13, 2018
Securing the Future of Afghanistan: The Diaspora’s Debt of Service
Do Afghans abroad ever think about their debt of service to Afghanistan and what they can do about it?
Securing the Future of Afghanistan: The Diaspora’s Debt of Service
Trump's Nuclear Posture Review and China: No Way Forward?
February 12, 2018
Trump's Nuclear Posture Review and China: No Way Forward?
The Trump administration's Nuclear Posture Review takes an odd approach to China.
Trump's Nuclear Posture Review and China: No Way Forward?
Countering North Korea’s Political Warfare
February 10, 2018
Countering North Korea’s Political Warfare
Washington and its allies need to deal with another potent tool in Pyongyang’s diplomatic arsenal.
Countering North Korea’s Political Warfare
If You Meet a North Korean at the PyeongChang Games
February 10, 2018
If You Meet a North Korean at the PyeongChang Games
Security risks at the Olympics have dropped, but how should attendees handle the cultural differences?
If You Meet a North Korean at the PyeongChang Games
Politics Unfolds at the Olympic Games
February 09, 2018
Politics Unfolds at the Olympic Games
The Olympics can be a platform to champion human rights as many nations don’t deserve a place of honor at the games.
Politics Unfolds at the Olympic Games
Time for a New US-India Democracy Partnership
February 08, 2018
Time for a New US-India Democracy Partnership
Both countries need to work together to improve trust in democratic institutions.
Time for a New US-India Democracy Partnership
America and China Need Each Other
February 08, 2018
America and China Need Each Other
China and the United States simply cannot afford to be adversarial.
America and China Need Each Other
American Obsequiousness in Sri Lanka Continues
February 08, 2018
American Obsequiousness in Sri Lanka Continues
Washington continues with a misguided approach.
American Obsequiousness in Sri Lanka Continues
Revisiting the Resurrected Debate About Chinese Neocolonialism
February 08, 2018
Revisiting the Resurrected Debate About Chinese Neocolonialism
The potential upsides of Chinese investment may be greater than recognized while the negatives may be exaggerated.
Revisiting the Resurrected Debate About Chinese Neocolonialism
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