China-US Maritime Crisis Management: Geographical Location Matters
By Hu Bo
In China’s surrounding waters, including the South and East China seas, its military has air and sea encounters with other nations' forces thousands of times per year, raising the potential for accidental escalation.
China Suspends Military Dialogues, Climate Change Talks With US
By Shannon Tiezzi
China's new diplomatic “countermeasures” to Pelosi’s visit to Taiwan strike at the Biden administration's priority areas for the relationship.
USS Connecticut’s Collision Proves the Need for China-US Crisis Management
By Jin Kai and Cheng Jing
The incident highlights several potential crisis points, from militarization in the South China Sea to lack of transparent communication.
Reviewing the Philippines' ASEAN Chairmanship
By Mico A. Galang
ASEAN made gains on defense diplomacy, but challenges remain for 2018 and beyond.
What's Missing from China and Japan's East China Sea Crisis Management Framework?
By Ankit Panda
Japan and China will agree to exclude territorial waters and airspace from their maritime crisis management mechanism.
How to Prevent Accidental Conflict in the East China Sea
By Zheng Wang
China and Japan could avoid conflict in the East China Sea by setting up a "peace zone."