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US Commission Doubts the Viability of the ‘One Country, Two Systems’ Model in Hong Kong
October 06, 2017
US Commission Doubts the Viability of the ‘One Country, Two Systems’ Model in Hong Kong
The Hong Kong government says foreign legislatures should not interfere in Hong Kong’s affairs.
US Commission Doubts the Viability of the ‘One Country, Two Systems’ Model in Hong Kong
Rex Tillerson, Trump's Secretary of State Nominee, Has a Dangerous Idea for the South China Sea
January 12, 2017
Rex Tillerson, Trump's Secretary of State Nominee, Has a Dangerous Idea for the South China Sea
During his confirmation hearing, Rex Tillerson proposed an audacious move against China in the South China Sea.
Rex Tillerson, Trump's Secretary of State Nominee, Has a Dangerous Idea for the South China Sea
US Sanctions Against China Over the East and South China Seas: A Serious Proposal?
December 08, 2016
US Sanctions Against China Over the East and South China Seas: A Serious Proposal?
U.S. Senator Marco Rubio introduced a bill that would force U.S. sanctions against China over its maritime behavior.
US Sanctions Against China Over the East and South China Seas: A Serious Proposal?
US Considers Bill to Ensure Hong Kong’s Basic Freedoms
November 22, 2016
US Considers Bill to Ensure Hong Kong’s Basic Freedoms
The bill would allow for sanctions on individuals responsible for rights violations in Hong Kong.
US Considers Bill to Ensure Hong Kong’s Basic Freedoms
China’s Role in the US Presidential Campaign
March 10, 2016
China’s Role in the US Presidential Campaign
Campaign trail rhetoric on China may leave the TPP in doubt.
China’s Role in the US Presidential Campaign
US Presidential Candidates Aren't Quite Ready to Handle North Korea
January 13, 2016
US Presidential Candidates Aren't Quite Ready to Handle North Korea
Candidates for the U.S. presidency are worryingly ill-prepared to deal with North Korea's provocations.
US Presidential Candidates Aren't Quite Ready to Handle North Korea
GOP Debate #4: Presidential vs. Personal
November 14, 2015
GOP Debate #4: Presidential vs. Personal
Candidates focused more on presidential politics, and less on personal sparring.
GOP Debate #4: Presidential vs. Personal
Republican Round #3: Survival of the Fittest
October 29, 2015
Republican Round #3: Survival of the Fittest
Candidates focus on US economy and fight for their political future.
Republican Round #3: Survival of the Fittest
Which US Presidential Candidate Is Best Equipped for Asia Policy?
October 20, 2015
Which US Presidential Candidate Is Best Equipped for Asia Policy?
Which U.S. presidential candidate is best-equipped to handle the future of the Pivot to Asia?
Which US Presidential Candidate Is Best Equipped for Asia Policy?
Republican Debate #2: Game On, Gloves Off
September 17, 2015
Republican Debate #2: Game On, Gloves Off
Behind the symbolism and showmanship, where was Asia?
Republican Debate #2: Game On, Gloves Off
First GOP Presidential Debate: 17 Takeaways
August 07, 2015
First GOP Presidential Debate: 17 Takeaways
Our Rebalance authors offer their thoughts on the candidates in the first Republican debate.
First GOP Presidential Debate: 17 Takeaways
US Presidential Debates: The Asia Round
June 09, 2015
US Presidential Debates: The Asia Round
How will the 2016 presidential contenders debate Asia policy?
US Presidential Debates: The Asia Round
98-1: The US Senate Wants a Say in the Iran Deal
May 08, 2015
98-1: The US Senate Wants a Say in the Iran Deal
With the Senate's 98-1 backing, it looks like Congress will have a say in any final Iran deal.
98-1: The US Senate Wants a Say in the Iran Deal
The Politics of Rebalance: The Future of US Leadership In Asia
April 16, 2015
The Politics of Rebalance: The Future of US Leadership In Asia
How will U.S. presidential candidates frame the future of U.S. policy towards Asia?
The Politics of Rebalance: The Future of US Leadership In Asia
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