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China and the ‘Magna Carta Moment’
November 05, 2015

China and the ‘Magna Carta Moment’

By Gabriel Collins
The work of civil courts may be gradually creating a robust foundation for individual rights.
Beyond Futenma: Okinawa and the US Base Conundrum
November 04, 2015

Beyond Futenma: Okinawa and the US Base Conundrum

By Shannon Tiezzi
The U.S. basing dispute on Okinawa goes much deeper than the debate over Futenma Air Station.

Gauging Japan’s ‘Proactive Contributions to Peace’
October 27, 2015

Gauging Japan’s ‘Proactive Contributions to Peace’

By Jeffrey W. Hornung
The rhetoric has been strong, but has it been matched by action.

Park Geun-hye’s Visit and the US-ROK Alliance
October 26, 2015

Park Geun-hye’s Visit and the US-ROK Alliance

By Daniel A. Pinkston and Clint Work
Where does the alliance stand after the South Korean president’s recent visit?

China: Projecting Power Through Peacekeeping
October 15, 2015

China: Projecting Power Through Peacekeeping

By Ryan Pickrell
World peace is an admirable goal, but states are rarely interested in pursuing it over their own interests.
China’s AIIB and OBOR: Ambitions and Challenges
October 09, 2015

China’s AIIB and OBOR: Ambitions and Challenges

By Zhiqun Zhu
The two ambitious projects have become an integral part of Chinese diplomacy.

Japan’s Security Bills: Overpromising and Under-Delivering
October 04, 2015

Japan’s Security Bills: Overpromising and Under-Delivering

By Tom Le
The new security bills risk disappointing both opponents and proponents.
The Trouble With Japan's Defense Exports
October 02, 2015

The Trouble With Japan's Defense Exports

By Mina Pollmann
Opening Japan's defense industry to the international market is a significant step, but it won't happen overnight.

Abenomics 2.0: A Reform Reboot For Japan?
September 30, 2015

Abenomics 2.0: A Reform Reboot For Japan?

By Anthony Fensom
The Japanese PM turns his attention from defense to his economic program.

Could China Be About to Transform Its Military?
September 29, 2015

Could China Be About to Transform Its Military?

By John Costello
There has been talk of radical reform of decades. Finally, it looks like it might happen.

Hong Kong’s Umbrella Movement, One Year Later
September 24, 2015

Hong Kong’s Umbrella Movement, One Year Later

By Su-Mei Ooi and Megan Day
A year on, what can we learn from Hong Kong’s Umbrella Movement?
Foreign Investors and China’s Naval Buildup
September 09, 2015

Foreign Investors and China’s Naval Buildup

By Gabriel Collins
Chinese shipbuilders are looking to international capital markets to fund their operations.

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