December 26, 2017
Japan, China, and the Strains of Historical Memory
By Joe Renouard
80 years after the Nanjing Massacre, historical issues continue to haunt China-Japan relations.
December 20, 2017
'Dream Town': China's Charming Villages
By Eugene K. Chow
The Chinese government is hoping branded, themed villages can revitalize the countryside.
December 19, 2017
A Secret Visit and Sino-Tibetan Dialogue
By Tshering Chonzom Bhutia
Issues to consider while waiting for the Sino-Tibetan ‘Godot’.
December 18, 2017
How the US Department of Energy Shapes North Korea Policy
By Austin Bodetti
The DOE’s in-house intelligence agency specializes in monitoring nuclear proliferation.
December 15, 2017
The Great Leap Forward: China’s Pursuit of a Strategic Breakthrough
By Roncevert Ganan Almond
Prepare for a new and dangerous phase in international relations.
December 13, 2017
Is China's Era of Cheap Labor Really Over?
By Dmitriy Plekhanov
Chinese workers' wages may be rising, but official statistics don't tell the whole story.
December 13, 2017
China's Americanized Military
By Don Tse
The PLA is set to become the largest “American” military force to pose a threat to the U.S.
December 11, 2017
Canada's Pivot to China Hits a Snag
By Aadil Brar
Justin Trudeau’s call for a progressive trade deal falls flat in China.
December 06, 2017
The Hwasong-15: The Anatomy of North Korea's New ICBM
By Ankit Panda
Is the Hwasong-15 the apotheosis of North Korea's ballistic missile program?
December 04, 2017
Beijing’s Heavy-Handed Solution to Urbanization
By John Pabon
Beijing's attempts to push out migrant workers will have economic consequences.
November 22, 2017
China’s Evolving Approach to Nuclear War-Fighting
By James Johnson
China is dismantling the barriers impeding a war-fighting posture. Does that spell the end of No First Use?
November 06, 2017
USAG Humphreys: The Story Behind America’s Biggest Overseas Base
By Jon Letman
As Trump visits, the new U.S. mega-base south of Seoul is almost complete.