U.S. Presidential Election Campaign Dims Prospects for TPP
By William G. Frasure
All three of the remaining candidates have expressed opposition to TPP.
What Do Hillary Clinton's Emails Reveal About Her Asia Policy?
By Gary Leigh
An inside look at how Clinton talks and thinks about Asia.
Trump or Clinton: Does It Matter to India?
By Tridivesh Singh Maini
Should New Delhi expect a major change in U.S. policy?
Trump Vs. Clinton: Who Should India Root For?
By Shreya Upadhyay
"Washington will want to woo New Delhi, no matter who moves into the White House."
Donald Trump’s Foreign Policy: Implications for Asia
By Akhilesh Pillalamarri
Donald Trump delivers a long-awaited articulation of his foreign policy views.
Did Hillary Clinton’s Pivot To Asia Work?
By Catherine Putz and Shannon Tiezzi
Taking an deeper look at Clinton's record as secretary of state.
Has the US Turned Against Free Trade Agreements?
By Kithmina Hewage
Distrust of free trade and globalization is the one thing all the U.S. presidential candidates seem to have in common.
No, India Wouldn't Benefit From a Trump Presidency in the United States
By Ankit Panda
Donald Trump becoming U.S. president would certainly not be good news for New Delhi.
China’s Role in the US Presidential Campaign
By Amitai Etzioni
Campaign trail rhetoric on China may leave the TPP in doubt.
Could a Donald Trump Presidency Improve US-China Ties? Chinese Netizens Say Yes
By Dingding Chen
Chinese netizens actually quite like Donald Trump and think he could improve U.S.-China ties.
If Chinese Could Vote in US Presidential Primaries, Who Would They Choose?
By David Volodzko
In an informal online survey, Donald Trump does well – until the respondents learn about his actual positions.
US Presidential Candidates Aren't Quite Ready to Handle North Korea
By Denny Roy
Candidates for the U.S. presidency are worryingly ill-prepared to deal with North Korea's provocations.