Why There Is No Gulf Between Chinese and Vietnamese Alliance Policies: A Response
By Khang Vu
National security interests and ideological values are key to understanding Chinese and Vietnamese alliance policies.
The Gulf Between Chinese and Vietnamese Alliance Policies
By Ngo Di Lan
Despite some similarities, it would be highly misleading to suggest that China and Vietnam have similar alliance policies.
Rethinking the Early Years of the US-Japan Alliance and Soviet Competition
By Robert Farley
The early years of the U.S.-Japan alliance in the post-war era were rocky.
China Is Recreating the American 'Hub-and-Spoke' System in Asia
By Lee Jaehyon
What China's doing should be familiar to observers of U.S. Asia policy.
No, the US Won't Back South Korea Against Japan on Dokdo
By Ankit Panda
President Obama backing Japan on the Senkaku Islands has caused South Korea to ask questions about Dokdo.
4 Reasons Why Japan (Still) Doubts US Security Assurances
By Dingding Chen
Japan has plenty of good reasons to remain skeptical of the United States' commitment to its security.