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The Upcoming Trump-Kim Summit and a New Ambassador, Again
May 05, 2018
The Upcoming Trump-Kim Summit and a New Ambassador, Again
Lost amid the diplomatic flurry are clear signs that the Trump administration’s hardline stance has not changed.
The Upcoming Trump-Kim Summit and a New Ambassador, Again
US Admiral: North Korea 'Threat to the Entire World'
May 18, 2017
US Admiral: North Korea 'Threat to the Entire World'
The head of U.S. Pacific Command advocates for stronger sanctions against North Korea.
US Admiral: North Korea 'Threat to the Entire World'
China Probes the Limits of Trump's Transactional Deal-Making Approach to Foreign Affairs
May 08, 2017
China Probes the Limits of Trump's Transactional Deal-Making Approach to Foreign Affairs
Did China ask Trump to sack the commander of U.S. Pacific Command?
China Probes the Limits of Trump's Transactional Deal-Making Approach to Foreign Affairs
Expect a Heavier US Presence in the South China Sea, But What Can It Achieve?
February 15, 2017
Expect a Heavier US Presence in the South China Sea, But What Can It Achieve?
Administration objectives are still unclear, but maintaining the regional status quo may be the most realistic.
Expect a Heavier US Presence in the South China Sea, But What Can It Achieve?
More FONOPs Coming Soon to the South China Sea?
February 14, 2017
More FONOPs Coming Soon to the South China Sea?
Trump is reportedly close to making his choices on the future of U.S. FONOPs in the South China Sea.
More FONOPs Coming Soon to the South China Sea?
Trump and the US-Thailand Alliance
February 14, 2017
Trump and the US-Thailand Alliance
The new chapter some are hoping for may not read the way Bangkok would like it to.
Trump and the US-Thailand Alliance
Sri Lanka’s Quest for Strategic Prominence in the Indian Ocean
December 09, 2016
Sri Lanka’s Quest for Strategic Prominence in the Indian Ocean
At the Galle Dialogue, Sri Lanka tries to carve out a role for itself in the South Asian littorals.
Sri Lanka’s Quest for Strategic Prominence in the Indian Ocean
US Admiral: US Army Needs to Create Ship-Killing Units for South China Sea
November 17, 2016
US Admiral: US Army Needs to Create Ship-Killing Units for South China Sea
The head of U.S. Pacific Command wants the U.S. Army to play a more active role in the Western Pacific.
US Admiral: US Army Needs to Create Ship-Killing Units for South China Sea
Setting the Record Straight on US-India South China Sea Patrols
June 08, 2016
Setting the Record Straight on US-India South China Sea Patrols
Was Washington simply being overzealous by proposing joint South China Sea patrols with India or is there more to the story?
Setting the Record Straight on US-India South China Sea Patrols
Do the Obama Administration and PACOM Disagree on the South China Sea?
April 20, 2016
Do the Obama Administration and PACOM Disagree on the South China Sea?
And does it really matter if they do?
Do the Obama Administration and PACOM Disagree on the South China Sea?
South China Sea Update: China and Philippines Face Off Over Jackson Shoal
March 04, 2016
South China Sea Update: China and Philippines Face Off Over Jackson Shoal
Ankit Panda and Prashanth Parameswaran discuss recent developments in the South China Sea.
South China Sea Update: China and Philippines Face Off Over Jackson Shoal
US Wants Expanded Naval Protocol Amid China’s South China Sea Assertiveness
February 18, 2016
US Wants Expanded Naval Protocol Amid China’s South China Sea Assertiveness
Senior naval commander reiterates that CUES needs to cover non-military ships too.
US Wants Expanded Naval Protocol Amid China’s South China Sea Assertiveness
US Blasts China’s ‘Great Wall of Sand’ in the South China Sea
April 01, 2015
US Blasts China’s ‘Great Wall of Sand’ in the South China Sea
America’s top Pacific commander takes Beijing to task.
US Blasts China’s ‘Great Wall of Sand’ in the South China Sea
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