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Coping With the Challenge of China’s Growing Space Power
January 18, 2019
Coping With the Challenge of China’s Growing Space Power
Recognizing China's status-seeking motives provides an important tool for U.S. policymakers.
Coping With the Challenge of China’s Growing Space Power
The Quest for 5G Technology Dominance: Impact on US National Security  
January 15, 2019
The Quest for 5G Technology Dominance: Impact on US National Security  
Insights from Brett Simpson.
The Quest for 5G Technology Dominance: Impact on US National Security  
Is Democracy Still Relevant to the US-India Relationship?
January 10, 2019
Is Democracy Still Relevant to the US-India Relationship?
The United States and India should reaffirm democracy as a driving consideration in the conduct of their foreign relations and choice of strategic partners.
Is Democracy Still Relevant to the US-India Relationship?
US Extradition of Huawei CFO:  Fallout and Fault Lines 
January 08, 2019
US Extradition of Huawei CFO:  Fallout and Fault Lines 
Insights from Roland Hinterkoerner.
US Extradition of Huawei CFO:  Fallout and Fault Lines 
A New Approach to China – and the World – From the US Department of Defense
January 05, 2019
A New Approach to China – and the World – From the US Department of Defense
What new Acting Secretary of Defense Patrick Shanahan might mean for U.S.-China defense relations.
A New Approach to China – and the World – From the US Department of Defense
What the US Should Take Away From Kim Jong Un’s New Year Address
January 04, 2019
What the US Should Take Away From Kim Jong Un’s New Year Address
Washington should take full advantage of Kim’s renewed focus on the economy.
What the US Should Take Away From Kim Jong Un’s New Year Address
Trump Signs Asia Reassurance Initiative Act Into Law
January 03, 2019
Trump Signs Asia Reassurance Initiative Act Into Law
The act authorizes $1.5 billion in new spending for U.S. initiatives in Asia.
Trump Signs Asia Reassurance Initiative Act Into Law
What the Stalled US-Korea Cost-Sharing Negotiations Mean for Japan
December 28, 2018
What the Stalled US-Korea Cost-Sharing Negotiations Mean for Japan
The U.S. and Japan won’t enter cost-sharing negotiations until at least late 2019, but it’s never too early to think ahead.
What the Stalled US-Korea Cost-Sharing Negotiations Mean for Japan
Asia's Geopolitical Challenges: Outlook 2019
December 27, 2018
Asia's Geopolitical Challenges: Outlook 2019
Insights from Tiberio Graziani.
Asia's Geopolitical Challenges: Outlook 2019
Mattis to Leave Trump Administration January 1, To Be Replaced by Patrick Shanahan
December 26, 2018
Mattis to Leave Trump Administration January 1, To Be Replaced by Patrick Shanahan
Trump has dismissed his inaugural secretary of defense over policy disagreements.
Mattis to Leave Trump Administration January 1, To Be Replaced by Patrick Shanahan
US Secretary of Defense Jim Mattis Announces to Resign Effective February 2019
December 21, 2018
US Secretary of Defense Jim Mattis Announces to Resign Effective February 2019
Mattis announces that February 28, 2019, will be his last day in office.
US Secretary of Defense Jim Mattis Announces to Resign Effective February 2019
How the US Should Respond to China’s Belt and Road
December 21, 2018
How the US Should Respond to China’s Belt and Road
A focus on promoting transparency and fighting corruption rather than China-bashing will be more successful in the long run.
How the US Should Respond to China’s Belt and Road
Taiwan Elections: Impact on US-China Relations
December 18, 2018
Taiwan Elections: Impact on US-China Relations
Insights from Elizabeth Freund Larus.
Taiwan Elections: Impact on US-China Relations
The Trouble With Trump's New Africa Strategy
December 18, 2018
The Trouble With Trump's New Africa Strategy
The strategy seems to be more about competing with China than benefiting African countries.
The Trouble With Trump's New Africa Strategy
Why 5G Is the Next Front of US-China Competition
December 13, 2018
Why 5G Is the Next Front of US-China Competition
Whoever rules in 5G technology rules the world – or so Beijing and Washington seem to believe.
Why 5G Is the Next Front of US-China Competition
Strengthening the US-Thailand Alliance for an Indo-Pacific Future
December 07, 2018
Strengthening the US-Thailand Alliance for an Indo-Pacific Future
Beyond managing challenges, both sides can seize opportunities to reinforce an important relationship amid broader strategic trends.
Strengthening the US-Thailand Alliance for an Indo-Pacific Future
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