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Russia May Block Western Flights to Asia
August 08, 2014
Russia May Block Western Flights to Asia
Russia may prohibit U.S. and EU airlines from traveling through its airspace on flights to and from the Asia-Pacific.
Russia May Block Western Flights to Asia
5 Ways Europe Can Help the US Pivot
June 02, 2014
5 Ways Europe Can Help the US Pivot
Crimea has woken Europe up to geopolitics. Here's how it can help the U.S. pivot to Asia.
5 Ways Europe Can Help the US Pivot
Crimea Could Weaken Russia's Pacific Fleet
March 18, 2014
Crimea Could Weaken Russia's Pacific Fleet
In response to its invasion of Crimea, the EU will likely bar the sale of a pair of French Mistral warships.
Crimea Could Weaken Russia's Pacific Fleet
America’s Undiminished Power of Attraction
May 14, 2013
America’s Undiminished Power of Attraction
The possibility of free trade agreements such as TAFTA and TPP could change the game of world politics.
America’s Undiminished Power of Attraction
Aftermath of the Rana Plaza Tragedy
May 08, 2013
Aftermath of the Rana Plaza Tragedy
Abandoning Bangladesh altogether would be the worst possible solution.
Aftermath of the Rana Plaza Tragedy
China’s European Diplomacy
April 18, 2013
China’s European Diplomacy
Chinese-EU relations have figured prominently into the first month of the new administration in Beijing.
China’s European Diplomacy
Four Reasons Not to Pivot to Europe
February 25, 2013
Four Reasons Not to Pivot to Europe
Some are arguing for the United States to “pivot” towards Europe. James Holmes gives us four reasons to stay the course.
Four Reasons Not to Pivot to Europe
EU-US Free Trade Agreement: End of the Asian Century?
February 20, 2013
EU-US Free Trade Agreement: End of the Asian Century?
Could the push for a transatlantic free trade agreement overshadow similar efforts in the Asia-Pacific?
EU-US Free Trade Agreement: End of the Asian Century?
Turkey: Abandoning the EU for the SCO?
February 17, 2013
Turkey: Abandoning the EU for the SCO?
Recent moves suggest Turkey could make a bid for entry into the Shanghai Cooperation Organization. It would be a mistake.
Turkey: Abandoning the EU for the SCO?
The Trans-Pacific Partnership: Will it Happen?
February 08, 2013
The Trans-Pacific Partnership: Will it Happen?
Can the Trans-Pacific Partnership overcome challenges and make history?
The Trans-Pacific Partnership: Will it Happen?
2012: A Tough Year for Vietnam
December 27, 2012
2012: A Tough Year for Vietnam
The State Bank of Vietnam has cut interest rates for the 6th time this year. Will Vietnam’s economy pick up steam?
2012: A Tough Year for Vietnam
Troubles in the EU, America and China Cause Concern in S. Korea
October 12, 2012
Troubles in the EU, America and China Cause Concern in S. Korea
Why a Eurozone in crisis, a weak U.S. recovery, and a slowing China all spell trouble for South Korea.
Troubles in the EU, America and China Cause Concern in S. Korea
Wen's Farewell to Europe
September 19, 2012
Wen's Farewell to Europe
The EU-China relationship has changed dramatically since Wen’s first summit in 2003.
Wen's Farewell to Europe
The Crisis of Multilateralism
July 26, 2012
The Crisis of Multilateralism
The world has many regional institutions that bind nations together. For some, their time and place in global affairs may have passed.
The Crisis of Multilateralism
Why Europe Should Stick To Itself
July 09, 2012
Why Europe Should Stick To Itself
Should Europe play a greater role in Asia? It has its own problems & should pass, argues Jonathan Holslag.
Why Europe Should Stick To Itself
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