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What Biden Should Consider When Picking the New US Ambassador to South Korea 
March 19, 2021

What Biden Should Consider When Picking the New US Ambassador to South Korea 

By Jason Bartlett
Washington needs to build up the alliance as a partnership involving mutually beneficial and equally important military, economic, social, and cultural aspects. 
Murders in Georgia Spark Outcry From China, South Korea
March 19, 2021

Murders in Georgia Spark Outcry From China, South Korea

By Shannon Tiezzi
The shootings of six Asian Americans brought deadly urgency to the issue of anti-Asian sentiment in the United States.

US Sanctions 24 China and Hong Kong Officials Ahead of Talks
March 18, 2021

US Sanctions 24 China and Hong Kong Officials Ahead of Talks

By Zen Soo
The U.S. response to Beijing's electoral reform in Hong Kong further dampens prospects for the first high-level dialogue this week.

US-India Relations: The Shift From Trump to Biden 
March 17, 2021

US-India Relations: The Shift From Trump to Biden 

By Emily Ashbridge
As Washington and Delhi seek stronger ties, three policy shifts underway in the Biden administration may limit cooperation.

Vietnam Must Be Pleased With the Biden Administration… For the Most Part
March 16, 2021

Vietnam Must Be Pleased With the Biden Administration… For the Most Part

By Derek Grossman
Relations are set to continue on their upward trajectory, though there remain certain areas of concern.
Can Biden’s Pax Americana Vision Succeed?
March 15, 2021

Can Biden’s Pax Americana Vision Succeed?

By Hu Junyang and Dingding Chen
A coherent Asia strategy will be key to Biden’s pledge to rebuild U.S. global influence.

Biden Administration Announces First China Meeting
March 11, 2021

Biden Administration Announces First China Meeting

By Shannon Tiezzi
Secretary of State Antony Blinken and National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan will meet Chinese Director of the Office of the Central Commission for Foreign Affairs Yang Jiechi and Foreign Minister Wang Yi on March 18.
Israel, Iran, and China: US-Middle East Relations
March 10, 2021

Israel, Iran, and China: US-Middle East Relations

By Mercy A. Kuo
Insights from Mordechai Chaziza.

US Imposes Trade Restrictions on Myanmar’s Military Junta
March 05, 2021

US Imposes Trade Restrictions on Myanmar’s Military Junta

By Sebastian Strangio
The announcement came two days after at least 38 protesters were shot dead by security forces.

Why FDR Embraced China as a Great Power
March 05, 2021

Why FDR Embraced China as a Great Power

By Keikichi Takahashi
Franklin Roosevelt sought to boost China’s global stature, provided it could meet three conditions. How does modern China measure up to that standard?

Americans Deeply Unhappy with China, New Survey Shows
March 05, 2021

Americans Deeply Unhappy with China, New Survey Shows

By Abhijnan Rej
The Pew Research Center survey shows significant public support for China push-back, especially when it comes to human rights.
Biden’s New Strategic Guidance: Squaring the Circle?
March 05, 2021

Biden’s New Strategic Guidance: Squaring the Circle?

By Abhijnan Rej
The Interim National Security Strategic Guidance is refreshingly direct. But how the Biden administration puts it to action remains an open question.

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