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Gregory Poling on the Deep History of US Involvement in the South China Sea

Gregory Poling on the Deep History of US Involvement in the South China Sea

By Sebastian Strangio
"The United States has had national interests at stake in the South China Sea for as long as the disputes have existed."

Why the US Will Continue to Suffer Surprise Attacks

Why the US Will Continue to Suffer Surprise Attacks

By Franz-Stefan Gady
Let’s face it. It’s hard for the U.S. defense and foreign policy establishment to escape their bubble.
Different Fleets for Different Strategies: Imaging the Future of the US Navy (Part Two)

Different Fleets for Different Strategies: Imaging the Future of the US Navy (Part Two)

By Robert Farley
Predictions are hard; especially about the future.

Different Fleets for Different Strategies: Imaging the Future of the US Navy (Part One)

Different Fleets for Different Strategies: Imaging the Future of the US Navy (Part One)

By Robert Farley
What kinds of future fleets are available to the U.S. Navy?

Rare Survey Inside North Korea Hints at Growing Discontent

Rare Survey Inside North Korea Hints at Growing Discontent

By John Power
A rare survey of people inside the secretive country.

What’s Driving Taiwan’s Mass Protests?
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What’s Driving Taiwan’s Mass Protests?

How Russia Is Helping China Develop its Naval Power

How Russia Is Helping China Develop its Naval Power

By Franz-Stefan Gady
A new report highlights Sino-Russian cooperation in building up the PLAN’s surface warfare capabilities.

Should the US Deploy New Tactical Nukes?

Should the US Deploy New Tactical Nukes?

By Franz-Stefan Gady
Yes, if U.S. nuclear strategists follow the advice of a new think tank study.
5 Ways to Build a Stable U.S.-China Strategic Relationship

5 Ways to Build a Stable U.S.-China Strategic Relationship

Building a “win-win” strategic relationship is important to both nations. Here are 5 ways to do it.

Why China Needs to Change its Japan Policy

There seems to be a perception in Beijing that “Japan doesn’t matter.” That would be a mistake.

Educating America on Asia

Educating America on Asia

A lack of understanding of the Asia-Pacific could hurt US national security interests, says CSIS’s Ernest Bower.

ASEAN Wish List for Indonesia

ASEAN Wish List for Indonesia

Indonesia takes up the chairmanship of ASEAN this year. Human rights promotion should be top of the to-do list.

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