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Will Trump's Visit to Asia Mark the Moment US Leadership in the Region Is Irrevocably Ceded to China?
November 02, 2017

Will Trump's Visit to Asia Mark the Moment US Leadership in the Region Is Irrevocably Ceded to China?

By Carl Thayer
Trump must show that he can think strategically and not just transactionally to avoid the worst.
Asia-Pacific Economies Find their Groove
October 20, 2017

Asia-Pacific Economies Find their Groove

By Alan Bollard
How can APEC leaders keep the momentum going at their upcoming annual summit?

Is the Trump Administration About to Take On China's Belt and Road Initiative?
October 19, 2017

Is the Trump Administration About to Take On China's Belt and Road Initiative?

By Ankit Panda
Is the United States embarking on an ambitious path to counter China's Belt and Road Initiative?

Trump Goes to Asia: Everything You Need to Know
October 18, 2017

Trump Goes to Asia: Everything You Need to Know

By Ankit Panda and Prashanth Parameswaran
Donald Trump goes to Asia for the first time as president. What can we expect?

Trump Goes to Asia: What's on the Line?
October 03, 2017

Trump Goes to Asia: What's on the Line?

By Ankit Panda
Donald Trump's first trip to Asia won't be a walk in the park.
Behind China and Russia's 'Special Relationship'
December 07, 2016

Behind China and Russia's 'Special Relationship'

By Bob Savic
China and Russia's carefully curated relationship is increasingly having a global impact.

Diplomatic Access: Mongolia
March 16, 2015

Diplomatic Access: Mongolia

By Diplomatic Access
Mongolian Ambassador to the U.S. Altangerel Bulgaa discusses Mongolia's vision for Asia.
Islamic State Murders: Japan's Tipping Point?
February 07, 2015

Islamic State Murders: Japan's Tipping Point?

By Ankit Panda
The Diplomat‘s editors discuss recent events in Asia, including Japan and the Islamic State, Russia-China-India talks, and Cobra Gold 2015.

Could East Asia's Weak Institutions Be a Blessing in Disguise?
February 07, 2015

Could East Asia's Weak Institutions Be a Blessing in Disguise?

By Robert Farley
East Asia's multilateral institutions -- from ASEAN to APEC -- are generally weak. This might be a good thing.

US-China Relations After APEC
November 18, 2014

US-China Relations After APEC

By Jack A. Goldstone
The nature of Sino-American relations is rapidly changing. And that's a good thing.

After APEC, East Asia Summit, and G20, China Emerges a Global Leader
November 17, 2014

After APEC, East Asia Summit, and G20, China Emerges a Global Leader

By Dingding Chen
China is ready to assume global leadership and bear global responsibilities along with the U.S. -- this is good for everyone.
Largest-Ever Japanese Business Delegation Heads to China
September 22, 2014

Largest-Ever Japanese Business Delegation Heads to China

By Ankit Panda
The delegation of over 200 business executives may meet Xi Jinping.

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