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Is it Obvious Why India Cares About Nuclear Weapons?
April 29, 2016

Is it Obvious Why India Cares About Nuclear Weapons?

By Robert Farley
Was India looking for prestige? Was it looking for security? What about both?
Fear and Honor: The Other Side of US-China 'Thucydides Trap'
April 27, 2016

Fear and Honor: The Other Side of US-China 'Thucydides Trap'

By Dingding Chen
China's "assertiveness" is much discussed. What about the role of U.S. fear?

Can India Ever Become a Great Power?
April 13, 2016

Can India Ever Become a Great Power?

By Akhilesh Pillalamarri
Three preeminent analysts of the South Asian giant offer differing assessments.

Why Obama Got the Fundamentals of American Foreign Policy Right
March 12, 2016

Why Obama Got the Fundamentals of American Foreign Policy Right

By Ankit Panda
There is one overriding task that has guided the exercise of American power abroad since 1945.

The 10 Young Chinese Foreign Policy Scholars You Should Know
January 27, 2016

The 10 Young Chinese Foreign Policy Scholars You Should Know

By Dingding Chen
In 20 years, this group of scholars will shape China’s foreign policy.
4 Myths About North Korea
January 12, 2016

4 Myths About North Korea

By Dingding Chen
In order to successfully approach North Korea, steer clear of these unhelpful myths.

Hans Morgenthau and the Balance of Power in Asia
May 25, 2015

Hans Morgenthau and the Balance of Power in Asia

By Francis P. Sempa
The father of realism in international relations envisioned China’s rise, the U.S. rebalance, and the Asian Century.
The Worrying Rise of Anti-China Discourse in the US
May 16, 2015

The Worrying Rise of Anti-China Discourse in the US

By Dingding Chen
Forget U.S. patrols in the South China Sea. This is the real threat to U.S.-China relations.

The United States Shouldn't Invite China to RIMPAC 2016 (With a Catch)
May 06, 2015

The United States Shouldn't Invite China to RIMPAC 2016 (With a Catch)

By Ankit Panda
Washington should start imposing costs on Beijing for its behavior.

March 15, 2013

For America, Decline is a Choice

“In reality, decline is not a foregone conclusion but a deliberate political choice that builds from a failure to define what matters most to the nation.”

A Roadmap for American Grand Strategy
March 04, 2013

A Roadmap for American Grand Strategy

Mapping a grand strategy to strengthen and enhance America’s role in the world.

Is Asia’s Balance of Power Self-Enforcing?
February 01, 2013

Is Asia’s Balance of Power Self-Enforcing?

What history says about such a concept seems telling. Will the Asia-Pacific be any different?

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