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China and India: A Lesson in Conflict Resolution
September 01, 2017
China and India: A Lesson in Conflict Resolution
In a violent world, the two behemoths offer a welcome respite.
China and India: A Lesson in Conflict Resolution
What China Learned About India at Doklam
August 31, 2017
What China Learned About India at Doklam
What comes after the Doklam saga will matter greatly for the relationship between China and India.
What China Learned About India at Doklam
Doklam Heralds the Arrival of a Confident and Assertive India
August 30, 2017
Doklam Heralds the Arrival of a Confident and Assertive India
The world’s largest democracy has begun to calmly and maturely assert its place in Asia and in the world.
Doklam Heralds the Arrival of a Confident and Assertive India
Remembering the Disappeared: 1118 Days Without Ahmed
August 30, 2017
Remembering the Disappeared: 1118 Days Without Ahmed
On International Day of the Disappeared, the story of one vanished man in the Maldives.
Remembering the Disappeared: 1118 Days Without Ahmed
North Korea: Why It's Time to Double Down on the Double Freeze
August 30, 2017
North Korea: Why It's Time to Double Down on the Double Freeze
Freeze-for-freeze is the right approach. It's time to hammer out the details.
North Korea: Why It's Time to Double Down on the Double Freeze
A Plea for Sense on International Day Against Nuclear Tests
August 29, 2017
A Plea for Sense on International Day Against Nuclear Tests
Can the world come to its senses on nuclear weapons?
A Plea for Sense on International Day Against Nuclear Tests
Hey Policy Wonks, This Is How You Should Read Thucydides
August 28, 2017
Hey Policy Wonks, This Is How You Should Read Thucydides
Authors like Thucydides require careful reading and musing to get to the core of their arguments.
Hey Policy Wonks, This Is How You Should Read Thucydides
The Cambodia Conundrum: What Is Wrong With Hun Sen?
August 26, 2017
The Cambodia Conundrum: What Is Wrong With Hun Sen?
Cambodia’s allies and donors can and should press Hun Sen to end the repression of the opposition.
The Cambodia Conundrum: What Is Wrong With Hun Sen?
Military Stranglehold Brings Misery to Myanmar’s Minorities
August 25, 2017
Military Stranglehold Brings Misery to Myanmar’s Minorities
“We need the Myanmar military to live peacefully with the ethnic communities. I don’t want them to torture us again.”
Military Stranglehold Brings Misery to Myanmar’s Minorities
Extremism in Central Asia: Pushing Back on Reflexive Dismissals
August 25, 2017
Extremism in Central Asia: Pushing Back on Reflexive Dismissals
It is important to set the record straight and further the conversation about an undercovered region.
Extremism in Central Asia: Pushing Back on Reflexive Dismissals
Why Most Misread North Korea's Guam Threat
August 25, 2017
Why Most Misread North Korea's Guam Threat
North Korea is experimenting with new types of coercive bargaining.
Why Most Misread North Korea's Guam Threat
Pugwash and Kazakhstan’s Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament
August 23, 2017
Pugwash and Kazakhstan’s Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament
No country in peacetime has suffered more from nuclear testing than Kazakhstan or done more to champion the cause of disarmament.
Pugwash and Kazakhstan’s Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament
A Carrot-and-Stick Approach to Long-Term Sustainability
August 22, 2017
A Carrot-and-Stick Approach to Long-Term Sustainability
Singapore’s sustainable water policy offers a useful model for sustainable development.
A Carrot-and-Stick Approach to Long-Term Sustainability
Intelligence Gathering in the Maritime Domain: Is China Using Double Standards?
August 22, 2017
Intelligence Gathering in the Maritime Domain: Is China Using Double Standards?
Appraising the existence of a Chinese "double standard" on EEZ surveillance requires a close look at the evidence.
Intelligence Gathering in the Maritime Domain: Is China Using Double Standards?
Has Gandhi’s Example Contributed to Donald Trump’s Victory?
August 22, 2017
Has Gandhi’s Example Contributed to Donald Trump’s Victory?
Gandhi inspired civil rights campaigns across the world. But did his success in movement politics offer wrong lessons for participatory democracy?
Has Gandhi’s Example Contributed to Donald Trump’s Victory?
Simplifying an Otherwise Complicated Maritime Environment: Operate, Navigate, Communicate
August 22, 2017
Simplifying an Otherwise Complicated Maritime Environment: Operate, Navigate, Communicate
Why maritime captains need to prioritize time and effort towards "operating, navigating and communicating."
Simplifying an Otherwise Complicated Maritime Environment: Operate, Navigate, Communicate
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