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US INF Withdrawal, Archipelagic Defense, and Managing the China Challenge
October 24, 2018

US INF Withdrawal, Archipelagic Defense, and Managing the China Challenge

By Ankit Panda
Is the case in Asia for conventional U.S. cruise missiles strong enough to justify the INF withdrawal?

Japan and India Are Better Off Aligned Than Allied
July 02, 2018

Japan and India Are Better Off Aligned Than Allied

By Rohan Mukherjee
Both Japan and India may be best served by their existing alignment instead of pursuing an alliance.
Amid a Brewing Trade War, Xi Jinping Addresses the 2018 Boao Forum for Asia: First Takeaways
April 10, 2018

Amid a Brewing Trade War, Xi Jinping Addresses the 2018 Boao Forum for Asia: First Takeaways

By Ankit Panda
The Chinese president sought to indirectly address concerns in Washington, but his assurances likely won't be sufficient.

China and North Korea Have a Mutual Defense Treaty, But When Would It Apply?
August 14, 2017

China and North Korea Have a Mutual Defense Treaty, But When Would It Apply?

By Ankit Panda
China's assurances to North Korea would not apply if it began a war, but it would if were attacked first.

North Korea's ICBM: A New Missile and a New Era
July 07, 2017

North Korea's ICBM: A New Missile and a New Era

By Ankit Panda and Vipin Narang
North Korea didn’t just acquire an ICBM out of nowhere.

$1 Billion For THAAD? Trump Chips Away at the US-South Korea Alliance
April 28, 2017

$1 Billion For THAAD? Trump Chips Away at the US-South Korea Alliance

By Ankit Panda
Slowly but surely, Trump chips away at the foundations for reassurance in the U.S.-South Korea alliance.

In Japan, James Mattis May Reiterate US Commitment to Senkaku Defense
February 01, 2017

In Japan, James Mattis May Reiterate US Commitment to Senkaku Defense

By Ankit Panda
Trump's defense secretary will reaffirm U.S. commitments to Japan under Article V when he visits this week.
What Duterte Demonstrates About US Security Commitments Abroad
October 11, 2016

What Duterte Demonstrates About US Security Commitments Abroad

By Ted Galen Carpenter
There is little reason why the U.S. government should accept cynical free-riding behavior on the part of so-called allies.

Defeating China's Fortress Fleet and A2/AD Strategy: Lessons for the United States and Her Allies
June 20, 2016

Defeating China's Fortress Fleet and A2/AD Strategy: Lessons for the United States and Her Allies

By James R. Holmes
China's built a fortress fleet to operationalize its A2/AD ambitions. How can the U.S. and her allies counter this?

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?

By Robert Farley
And does it really matter if they do?

A Deepening US-Japan Alliance: Be Careful What You Wish For
May 01, 2015

A Deepening US-Japan Alliance: Be Careful What You Wish For

By Dingding Chen
A deepening U.S.-Japan alliance might actually hurt Japan's security interests
Why the US Should Encourage Closer Sino-Indian Ties
January 27, 2015

Why the US Should Encourage Closer Sino-Indian Ties

By Franz-Stefan Gady
A "deadlocked alliance" between Beijing and New Delhi may be good news for the United States.

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