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The Cost of Pompeo’s Cancelled Trips to South Korea and Mongolia
October 06, 2020

The Cost of Pompeo’s Cancelled Trips to South Korea and Mongolia

By Shannon Tiezzi
President Trump’s COVID-19 infection threw a wrench into U.S. Asia diplomacy.
US Presidential Elections 2020: The Taiwan Factor
October 05, 2020

US Presidential Elections 2020: The Taiwan Factor

By Mercy A. Kuo
Insights from Elizabeth Freund Larus.

Southeast Asia is Rushing Headlong Toward an ‘Asian Fall’
October 01, 2020

Southeast Asia is Rushing Headlong Toward an ‘Asian Fall’

By Daniel P. Grant
The U.S. government needs to prepare for a rash of political crises, as COVID-19 exposes the region's endemic governance failures.

How the US Army Fits into America’s Indo-Pacific Strategy
September 29, 2020

How the US Army Fits into America’s Indo-Pacific Strategy

By Francis P. Sempa
The geography of the Indo-Pacific requires a strong U.S. naval and air presence, but the army has a critical role to play, too.

Can America Escape Plutocracy?
September 28, 2020

Can America Escape Plutocracy?

By Kishore Mahbubani
The evidence is quite clear.
New York City Police Officer of Tibetan Origin Charged With Acting as ‘Illegal Agent’ of China
September 22, 2020

New York City Police Officer of Tibetan Origin Charged With Acting as ‘Illegal Agent’ of China

By Abhijnan Rej
The arrest of Baimadajie Angwang demonstrates the breadth of China’s United Front toolkit.

What the US Thinks It Learned About Kim Jong Un
September 18, 2020

What the US Thinks It Learned About Kim Jong Un

By Patrick M. Cronin
Dialogue with North Korea can deepen mutual understanding – or mutual mistrust.
US Envoy to United Nations Meets With Taiwan Official in New York
September 18, 2020

US Envoy to United Nations Meets With Taiwan Official in New York

By Associated Press
The “historic” meeting comes amid a growing U.S. campaign to give Taiwan a voice in international bodies.

From the Deal to Decoupling: Trump’s Evolution on China
September 17, 2020

From the Deal to Decoupling: Trump’s Evolution on China

By Bonnie Girard
How far can the administration push without completely upending the foundations of the U.S.-China relationship? We might be about to find out.

US Public Opinion Is Changing the Relationship With China
September 16, 2020

US Public Opinion Is Changing the Relationship With China

By Justin Conrad
It is no longer politically wise to characterize China as a partner or friend.

With New State Department Web Page, US Ramps up Emphasis on China’s Xinjiang Abuses
September 16, 2020

With New State Department Web Page, US Ramps up Emphasis on China’s Xinjiang Abuses

By Shannon Tiezzi
The U.S.-China battle of the narratives over Xinjiang continues to heat up.
Expect US Election to Have Consequences for Troops Overseas
September 15, 2020

Expect US Election to Have Consequences for Troops Overseas

By Associated Press
Trump has doubled down on “bring the troops home” rhetoric; Biden is more circumspect.

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