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What Did the Latest US Asia Maritime Security Exercise Achieve?
September 06, 2017

What Did the Latest US Asia Maritime Security Exercise Achieve?

By Prashanth Parameswaran
This year’s iteration of SEACAT marked yet another step in Washington’s effort to expand its exercises in the Asia-Pacific.
China’s State Council Announces Curbs on Overseas Investment
September 05, 2017

China’s State Council Announces Curbs on Overseas Investment

By Mercy A. Kuo
Insights from Andrew Polk.

US-Philippines Air Force Cooperation in the Spotlight Amid Exchange
September 02, 2017

US-Philippines Air Force Cooperation in the Spotlight Amid Exchange

By Prashanth Parameswaran
The two allies completed the latest iteration of a new exchange established last year.

US Pacific Air Force Commander Makes First Singapore Visit
August 31, 2017

US Pacific Air Force Commander Makes First Singapore Visit

By Prashanth Parameswaran
General Terrence O’Shaughnessy made his first trip to the city-state this week amid questions about the U.S. role in addressing regional challenges.

Revisiting Rare Earths: The Ongoing Efforts to Challenge China’s Monopoly
August 29, 2017

Revisiting Rare Earths: The Ongoing Efforts to Challenge China’s Monopoly

By Mayuko Yatsu
Despite current cost-effectiveness, it is not sustainable for the United States to rely on Chinese rare earth elements.
US Leadership as a Pacific Power: Trump and Beyond
August 29, 2017

US Leadership as a Pacific Power: Trump and Beyond

By Mercy A. Kuo
Insights from Paul Heer.

New Philippines Radar System Spotlights US-ASEAN Maritime Security
August 29, 2017

New Philippines Radar System Spotlights US-ASEAN Maritime Security

By Prashanth Parameswaran
A new system transferred by Washington highlights its continued focus on enhancing regional maritime security in Southeast Asia.
The Great US-China Biotechnology and Artificial Intelligence Race
August 23, 2017

The Great US-China Biotechnology and Artificial Intelligence Race

By Mercy A. Kuo
Insights from Eleonore Pauwels.

For the United States, India's Moves at Doklam Signal Its Willingness to Act
August 17, 2017

For the United States, India's Moves at Doklam Signal Its Willingness to Act

By Richard M. Rossow
India's moves against China at Doklam reflect its value as a partner to the United States in preserving global order.

Global Shipping Trends: China Cosco Buys Orient Overseas
August 16, 2017

Global Shipping Trends: China Cosco Buys Orient Overseas

By Mercy A. Kuo
Insights from Basil M. Karatzas

How Trump Can Enforce His 'Red Line' on North Korea's ICBM Without War
August 14, 2017

How Trump Can Enforce His 'Red Line' on North Korea's ICBM Without War

By Ankit Panda
Is massive spending on missile defense the Trump administration's answer to its red line problem with North Korea?
Will North Korea's New Long-Range Missiles Let It Coerce the United States?
August 12, 2017

Will North Korea's New Long-Range Missiles Let It Coerce the United States?

By Adam Mount
North Korea's long-range missiles are permitting it to take greater coercive risks.

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