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The Denuclearization of North Korea: Moving Past Cosmetics and Showmanship
August 03, 2018
The Denuclearization of North Korea: Moving Past Cosmetics and Showmanship
Trump is letting America down by focusing on looking good rather than doing what is actually good.
The Denuclearization of North Korea: Moving Past Cosmetics and Showmanship
Israeli Perceptions of China: Implications for the United States
August 01, 2018
Israeli Perceptions of China: Implications for the United States
Insights from Carice Witte.
Israeli Perceptions of China: Implications for the United States
Pompeo's Indo-Pacific Speech: Geoeconomics on a Shoestring
July 31, 2018
Pompeo's Indo-Pacific Speech: Geoeconomics on a Shoestring
Don't expect a quantitative rout of the Belt and Road from the United States.
Pompeo's Indo-Pacific Speech: Geoeconomics on a Shoestring
The US Senate Considers China's Economic Coercion  
July 30, 2018
The US Senate Considers China's Economic Coercion  
One rare area of bipartisan agreement is over the threat of Chinese predatory practices.
The US Senate Considers China's Economic Coercion  
US-Japan Relations in the Coming Year: Alliance Management and Risk Management
July 27, 2018
US-Japan Relations in the Coming Year: Alliance Management and Risk Management
Now is a time for alliance management and shrewd diplomacy from Japan.
US-Japan Relations in the Coming Year: Alliance Management and Risk Management
Why Are Washington State Legislators Covering for Cambodia's Sham Elections?
July 27, 2018
Why Are Washington State Legislators Covering for Cambodia's Sham Elections?
Why are state legislators from Washington state in the United States cozying up to the Cambodian regime?
Why Are Washington State Legislators Covering for Cambodia's Sham Elections?
Semiconductor Stakes in US-China Relations
July 25, 2018
Semiconductor Stakes in US-China Relations
Insights from Mark Li.
Semiconductor Stakes in US-China Relations
US-Philippines Alliance: Security Cooperation in the Headlines with Terror Aid Boost
July 23, 2018
US-Philippines Alliance: Security Cooperation in the Headlines with Terror Aid Boost
The recent round of assistance is yet another indicator that substantive defense cooperation continues to be advanced.
US-Philippines Alliance: Security Cooperation in the Headlines with Terror Aid Boost
Minding the Gap in US-ROK Public Opinion
July 20, 2018
Minding the Gap in US-ROK Public Opinion
The key remains the U.S. president’s ability to articulate a clear vision to both the American and South Korean publics.
Minding the Gap in US-ROK Public Opinion
US-Philippines Maritime Security Cooperation in the Spotlight with Expanded Exercise
July 16, 2018
US-Philippines Maritime Security Cooperation in the Spotlight with Expanded Exercise
A closer look at what the development of a new maritime training activity means
US-Philippines Maritime Security Cooperation in the Spotlight with Expanded Exercise
The US-China Trade War: Winners and Losers
July 11, 2018
The US-China Trade War: Winners and Losers
Insights from Gary Hufbauer.
The US-China Trade War: Winners and Losers
Why Vietnam’s First RIMPAC Participation Matters
July 02, 2018
Why Vietnam’s First RIMPAC Participation Matters
Hanoi’s inaugural participation in RIMPAC 2018 merits as much attention as Beijing’s exclusion.
Why Vietnam’s First RIMPAC Participation Matters
Former PACOM Commander Harry Harris Takes Up Post as US Ambassador to South Korea
July 01, 2018
Former PACOM Commander Harry Harris Takes Up Post as US Ambassador to South Korea
Harris fills a critical ambassadorial appointment after 17 months of vacancy.
Former PACOM Commander Harry Harris Takes Up Post as US Ambassador to South Korea
Assessing Media Coverage of the US-China Trade War
June 27, 2018
Assessing Media Coverage of the US-China Trade War
Insights from Phillip Yin.
Assessing Media Coverage of the US-China Trade War
Mattis to Visit China, Japan, and South Korea With South China Sea, North Korea in Mind
June 23, 2018
Mattis to Visit China, Japan, and South Korea With South China Sea, North Korea in Mind
The trip will be Mattis' first to China as U.S. secretary of defense.
Mattis to Visit China, Japan, and South Korea With South China Sea, North Korea in Mind
Limiting Foreign Investment to Protect U.S. Economic Security: Business Implications
June 19, 2018
Limiting Foreign Investment to Protect U.S. Economic Security: Business Implications
National security-motivated efforts to limit foreign investment in the United States may have negative consequences.
Limiting Foreign Investment to Protect U.S. Economic Security: Business Implications
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