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Chinese Maritime Activism: Strategy Or Vagary?
December 18, 2014

Chinese Maritime Activism: Strategy Or Vagary?

By Ryan D. Martinson
A new study questions the conventional wisdom of a coordinated national strategy.
China’s Charm Offensive: A Temporary, Tactical Change
December 17, 2014

China’s Charm Offensive: A Temporary, Tactical Change

By Paul J. Leaf
China is playing nice for now, but there are cracks in its friendly smile.

China’s Maritime Machinations: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly
December 10, 2014

China’s Maritime Machinations: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

By Mark J. Valencia
Beijing needs to improve its image on the South China Sea. A new white paper is a positive first step.

The Militarization of China’s Coast Guard
November 21, 2014

The Militarization of China’s Coast Guard

By Ryan D. Martinson
Plans for China’s still nascent coast guard suggest troubled times ahead in disputed waters.

Chinese Fishermen in Troubled Waters
October 23, 2014

Chinese Fishermen in Troubled Waters

By Zhang Hongzhou
Strategic issues are not the only driver behind the recent incidents involving Chinese fishermen.
China’s 4 Principles in the South China Sea Dispute
September 16, 2014

China’s 4 Principles in the South China Sea Dispute

By Jiye Kim
China is slowly crafting a policy for its regional maritime disputes. Could it open the door to negotiation?

Learning From China’s Oil Rig Standoff With Vietnam
August 30, 2014

Learning From China’s Oil Rig Standoff With Vietnam

By Paul J. Leaf
Understanding the motives behind Beijing’s provocation will help the US and its partners deal with future incidents.
So China Moved Its Oil Rig. What Now?
July 17, 2014

So China Moved Its Oil Rig. What Now?

By Shannon Tiezzi
Why did China move its oil rig, and what does that mean for the future?

Manila Gives Thumbs-Up to Japan's Defense Reforms
June 26, 2014

Manila Gives Thumbs-Up to Japan's Defense Reforms

By Shannon Tiezzi
Philippine President Benigno Aquino visited Japan Tuesday, another signal of closer ties between the two countries.

Is China Changing Its Approach to Maritime Disputes?
June 17, 2014

Is China Changing Its Approach to Maritime Disputes?

By Jin Kai
China may be shifting its strategy from "reactive assertiveness" to proactive engagement.

Canada as East Asia Intermediary?
April 09, 2014

Canada as East Asia Intermediary?

By Anthony V. Rinna
Keen to boost its presence in the Pacific, Canada is well placed to help soothe tensions in East Asia.
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