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The Pacific War Origins of US Special Operations Forces
May 15, 2017

The Pacific War Origins of US Special Operations Forces

By Robert Farley
The full flowering of special operations forces wouldn’t come until after Vietnam.
Will a New Washington Naval Treaty Stop the South China Sea Arms Race?
March 23, 2017

Will a New Washington Naval Treaty Stop the South China Sea Arms Race?

By Robert Farley
A contemporary take on the Washington Naval Treaty system has limitations in the South China Sea.

The Geopolitics of India and Russia’s Disparate Interests
December 28, 2016

The Geopolitics of India and Russia’s Disparate Interests

By Akhilesh Pillalamarri
How much do Indian and Russian interests converge in the 21st century?

Imperial Japan's Southeast Asia Offensive in Retrospective
December 13, 2016

Imperial Japan's Southeast Asia Offensive in Retrospective

By Robert Farley
Imperial Japan's Southeast Asia campaign is among the most successful series of military operations ever conducted.

Thailand After King Bhumibol Adulyadej: Succession, Civil-Military Relations, and Geopolitics
October 20, 2016

Thailand After King Bhumibol Adulyadej: Succession, Civil-Military Relations, and Geopolitics

By Ankit Panda and Prashanth Parameswaran
The Diplomat's Ankit Panda and Prashanth Parameswaran discuss royal succession in Thailand.
Why the Korean War Remained Limited
October 04, 2016

Why the Korean War Remained Limited

By Robert Farley
How do states evaluate their commitments during wartime?

Dear Steve King: Here's What Asia Contributed to Western Civilization
July 20, 2016

Dear Steve King: Here's What Asia Contributed to Western Civilization

By Akhilesh Pillalamarri
Rep. Steve King's ahistorical commentary cannot go uncorrected.
A Brief History of the Coup d'État in the Asia-Pacific
July 18, 2016

A Brief History of the Coup d'État in the Asia-Pacific

By Ankit Panda
Across Asia in the 20th and 21st centuries, the coup d'etat has been a well-documented phenomenon.

A Friend of the Dead: Finding Justice in Cambodia
July 01, 2016

A Friend of the Dead: Finding Justice in Cambodia

By Luke Hunt
Luke Hunt speaks with academic Craig Etcheson, who played a key role in the establishment of the Khmer Rouge Tribunal.

Seeking Status: Will India Learn the Lessons of Bismarck's Germany?
June 24, 2016

Seeking Status: Will India Learn the Lessons of Bismarck's Germany?

By Akhilesh Pillalamarri
What kind of power will India become?

China’s ‘Historic Rights’ in the South China Sea: Made in America?
June 21, 2016

China’s ‘Historic Rights’ in the South China Sea: Made in America?

By Bill Hayton
The current understanding of "historic rights" in the South China Sea in China can be traced back to a U.S. diplomat.

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