The Quad: Can This Democratic Coalition Bolster Global Health Security?
By Vivek N.D.
As the world navigates an increasingly complex health security landscape, the Quad presents an opportunity for collaboration.
US Air Force Hunts for New Pacific Outposts to Counter China Threat
By Christopher Woody
The search for new bases of operation is part of the U.S. Air Force’s focus on being able to disperse its aircraft and avoid being overwhelmed in a future conflict.
‘Ashes of Death’: The Marshall Islands Is Still Seeking Justice for US Nuclear Tests
By Camilla Pohle
Seven decades after Castle Bravo, the United States’ most devastating nuclear test, it’s time to give the nation fair compensation.
Biden Orders US Investigation of National Security Risks Posed by Chinese-Made ‘Smart Cars’
By Matthew Daly
The probe could lead to new regulations aimed at preventing China from using sophisticated technology in electric vehicles to track drivers and their personal information.
South Korean and US Troops to Begin Major Exercises Next Week
By Hyung-jin Kim
Following expanded weapons tests by North Korea, this year’s Freedom Shield exercise will involve 48 field exercises, double the number conducted last year.
Meet the Men Now Spearheading China-US Climate Diplomacy
By Chris Qihan Zou
What does the reshuffle of their respective climate envoys mean for the future of China-U.S. climate engagement?
In Southeast Asia, the US Should Talk Loudly About Immigration
By David Hutt
Washington ought to be doing more to attract the region’s best and brightest.
What the US National Defense Industrial Strategy Means for the Indo-Pacific
By Monish Tourangbam
For major stakeholders in the Indo-Pacific, including India, the priorities set out by the NDIS merit close examination.
Winning the China-US Narrative Competition in Southeast Asia
By Prashanth Parameswaran
Washington needs to invest more in telling its story to win the regional battle for hearts and minds.
US Sanctions and Rallying Around the Flag in North Korea and Cambodia
By David Whitehouse
Critics of economic sanctions claim that they help authoritarian governments consolidate their power, but this is based on a reductive view of statehood.
Why the US and China Should Work Together to Solve the Global Scam Crisis
By Jan Santiago and Alvin Camba
Both nations have a shared interest in cracking down on online "pig butchering schemes." It could show that the two nations can still work together for mutual benefit.
A Murdered Ambassador, a Closed Embassy: The Tragic History of US Diplomacy in Afghanistan
By Freshta Jalalzai
As the U.S. debates the fate of its embassy in Kabul, it's worth remembering the broader context of Afghanistan-U.S. diplomatic relations – including the murder of Ambassador Dubs in 1979.