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China Reprimands US Over 2018 National Defense Strategy
January 23, 2018

China Reprimands US Over 2018 National Defense Strategy

By Charlotte Gao
Both the Chinese foreign ministry and defense ministry criticized Washington's “Cold War” mentality.
The Enduring Relevance of America's Reckoning With the Qing Dynasty
January 19, 2018

The Enduring Relevance of America's Reckoning With the Qing Dynasty

By Robert Farley
To some extent, the United States is still captured by the romantic notion of a “mission” with China.

The Vietnam War Spy Who Didn’t Love Us
January 11, 2018

The Vietnam War Spy Who Didn’t Love Us

By Shane Worrell
A new book sheds light on journalist and spy Pham Xuan An.

Dr. Strangelove and the Insane Reality of Nuclear Command-and-Control
January 05, 2018

Dr. Strangelove and the Insane Reality of Nuclear Command-and-Control

By Franz-Stefan Gady
Stanley Kubrick’s iconic dark comedy continues to highlight the importance of nuclear command-and-control safety mechanisms.

Americans Need to Get Used to North Korean Intercontinental-Range Ballistic Missiles
May 16, 2017

Americans Need to Get Used to North Korean Intercontinental-Range Ballistic Missiles

By Franz-Stefan Gady
The United States would do well to start dealing with North Korea as if it was already in possession of an ICBM.
Under Trump, A Looming North Korean ICBM Threat Brings Alliance 'Decoupling' Fears Back to East Asia
May 02, 2017

Under Trump, A Looming North Korean ICBM Threat Brings Alliance 'Decoupling' Fears Back to East Asia

By Ankit Panda
How long until Trump wonders out loud why the U.S. should risk American cities for Korean and Japanese cities?

Just How Wide-Reaching Are China's Economic Espionage Efforts?
December 13, 2016

Just How Wide-Reaching Are China's Economic Espionage Efforts?

By Robert Farley
Chinese economic espionage was never limited to just the United States or just one industry.
Why the Korean War Remained Limited
October 04, 2016

Why the Korean War Remained Limited

By Robert Farley
How do states evaluate their commitments during wartime?

Revealed: Chiang Kai-shek's Secret Overtures to the Soviet Union
August 04, 2016

Revealed: Chiang Kai-shek's Secret Overtures to the Soviet Union

By Robert Farley
Taipei and Moscow kept their relationship quiet for the duration of the Cold War.

A Strange Cold War Partnership: North Korea and Guyana
June 28, 2016

A Strange Cold War Partnership: North Korea and Guyana

By Robert Farley
What did North Korea and Guyana want of each other during the height of the Cold War?

How Mao Zedong Benefited From the Cuban Missile Crisis
April 08, 2016

How Mao Zedong Benefited From the Cuban Missile Crisis

By Robert Farley
The Chinese role in Cuba during the Cold War paid dividends domestically for Mao Zedong.

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