Subscribe

Tag

Democratic Party

What a Midterm ‘Blue Wave’ in America Would Mean for Asia
October 22, 2018

What a Midterm ‘Blue Wave’ in America Would Mean for Asia

By Joshua Kurlantzick
What happens to U.S. Asia policy if Democrats retake the House and/or Senate?

North Korea in the Spotlight as South Korea’s Presidential Race Tightens
April 21, 2017

North Korea in the Spotlight as South Korea’s Presidential Race Tightens

By Shannon Tiezzi
As the North Korea threat grows, a dark horse consolidates support.
How Specifically Does Japan's LDP Want to Revise the Constitution?
July 14, 2016

How Specifically Does Japan's LDP Want to Revise the Constitution?

By Adam P. Liff
A 2012 proposal for amending Japan's post-war constitution offers some guidance.

Guarded Confidence in Mongolian Democracy
May 13, 2016

Guarded Confidence in Mongolian Democracy

By Julian Dierkes
A high court ruling on the country’s electoral system has thrown Mongolia into political turmoil.

US China Policy Under a Republican President
October 25, 2015

US China Policy Under a Republican President

By Greg Austin
Can we expect a better China policy from the U.S. if a Republican takes office in the White House in January 2017?

What Is Bernie Sanders’ China Policy?
October 16, 2015

What Is Bernie Sanders’ China Policy?

By Benjamin David Baker
It’s not actually all that different to Hillary Clinton’s.

First Democratic Presidential Debate: Parsing Policy, Projecting Persona
October 15, 2015

First Democratic Presidential Debate: Parsing Policy, Projecting Persona

By Mercy A. Kuo and Angelica O. Tang
Robust exchange on domestic issues, U.S. foreign policy vision absent.
3 Ways a Hillary Clinton Presidency Would Affect US-China Relations
April 20, 2015

3 Ways a Hillary Clinton Presidency Would Affect US-China Relations

By Dingding Chen
A Hillary Clinton presidency would certainly present some challenges, but nothing U.S.-China relations can't withstand.

How a Republican Midterm Win Could Help Obama's Pivot to Asia
November 04, 2014

How a Republican Midterm Win Could Help Obama's Pivot to Asia

By Ankit Panda
A Republican Senate might just be what the White House needs to build momentum on the TPP.

The Partisan Nature of American Foreign Policy
June 28, 2014

The Partisan Nature of American Foreign Policy

By Ankit Panda
Americans are split along partisan lines in terms of how they see the U.S. role in the world.

New Report Could Offer Clues to Hillary Clinton’s China Policy
February 26, 2014

New Report Could Offer Clues to Hillary Clinton’s China Policy

By Zachary Keck
A new report on US-China relations could provide insight into what Hillary Clinton's China policy would be as president.
Obama on State of the Union
January 25, 2012

Obama on State of the Union

U.S. President Barack Obama is delivering his annual State of the Union address in Congress.

Page 1 of 2