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How Many Xi-Trump Personal Truces Will It Take to End the Trade War?
July 01, 2019

How Many Xi-Trump Personal Truces Will It Take to End the Trade War?

By Ankit Panda
The Osaka “truce” just happened. How long until it falls apart and the trade war cycle repeats itself?

North Korea Slams US National Security Adviser John Bolton as ‘Human Defect’
May 29, 2019

North Korea Slams US National Security Adviser John Bolton as ‘Human Defect’

By Ankit Panda
Pyongyang was responding to comments by Bolton on its May 2019 missile tests.
North Korean Leader: Third US Summit Depends on Whether US Can Make ’Bold Decision’
April 15, 2019

North Korean Leader: Third US Summit Depends on Whether US Can Make ’Bold Decision’

By Ankit Panda
North Korea’s leader also emphasized that his relationship with Trump remained positive.

Divining North Korea’s U.S. Policy
April 01, 2019

Divining North Korea’s U.S. Policy

By Atsuhito Isozaki
After the disappointment of Hanoi, what direction will Kim take?

Second Trump-Kim Summit to Take Place February 27-28 in Vietnam
February 06, 2019

Second Trump-Kim Summit to Take Place February 27-28 in Vietnam

By Ankit Panda
The Vietnam summit will follow up on the outcomes of last year's Singapore summit.

US-China: A New Consensus for Strategic Competition in Washington
January 30, 2019

US-China: A New Consensus for Strategic Competition in Washington

By Satoru Mori
There have been tensions in the past, but this time is different.

Challenges for the US-China Trade War ‘Truce‘
January 08, 2019

Challenges for the US-China Trade War ‘Truce‘

By Dingding Chen and Junyang Hu
We have seen some progress, but a real deal remains difficult.
ARIA: Congress Makes Its Mark on US Asia Policy
January 08, 2019

ARIA: Congress Makes Its Mark on US Asia Policy

By Carl Thayer
ARIA is a significant step toward a more engaged U.S. posture in Asia.

US-China Tensions Enter a New Phase
December 24, 2018

US-China Tensions Enter a New Phase

By Roncevert Ganan Almond
Ceasefire or Escalation?

Japan’s Not Hedging… Yet
December 21, 2018

Japan’s Not Hedging… Yet

By Toshihiro Nakayama
The country remains committed to the U.S.-led order, but finds itself in uncharted territory.

The US-North Korea Deadlock
December 16, 2018

The US-North Korea Deadlock

By Atsuhito Isozaki
Both sides are going to need to make concessions.
The United States, China and the Preferred Superpower
December 03, 2018

The United States, China and the Preferred Superpower

By Jinushi Toshiki
For Japan, the U.S. has traditionally held the role. But that was before Donald Trump.

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