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Chinese Frigate, Unidentified Submarine Enter Japan-Claimed Waters Near Senkaku Islands
January 12, 2018
Chinese Frigate, Unidentified Submarine Enter Japan-Claimed Waters Near Senkaku Islands
The incident tests the waters in the East China Sea after a diplomatic breakthrough between the two countries.
Chinese Frigate, Unidentified Submarine Enter Japan-Claimed Waters Near Senkaku Islands
South China Sea Update: Assessing the Latest Chinese Maritime Activity Near Thitu Island
August 26, 2017
South China Sea Update: Assessing the Latest Chinese Maritime Activity Near Thitu Island
Gregory Poling joins the podcast to go over recent events near Thitu Island in the South China Sea.
South China Sea Update: Assessing the Latest Chinese Maritime Activity Near Thitu Island
Taiwan and Japan's East China Sea Dispute Back in the Spotlight
April 03, 2017
Taiwan and Japan's East China Sea Dispute Back in the Spotlight
Taipei and Tokyo will convene later this year to discuss oceanographic survey rights for Taiwan.
Taiwan and Japan's East China Sea Dispute Back in the Spotlight
China Mulls Maritime Law Revisions, Codifying Its South China Sea Practices
February 17, 2017
China Mulls Maritime Law Revisions, Codifying Its South China Sea Practices
Freedom of navigation with Chinese characteristics may be incoming.
China Mulls Maritime Law Revisions, Codifying Its South China Sea Practices
Obama's Asia-Pacific Legacy: Assessing Policy Toward Maritime Challenges and the North Korea Threat
December 16, 2016
Obama's Asia-Pacific Legacy: Assessing Policy Toward Maritime Challenges and the North Korea Threat
We evaluate the Obama administration's policy performance on some of Asia's most pressing regional flashpoints.
Obama's Asia-Pacific Legacy: Assessing Policy Toward Maritime Challenges and the North Korea Threat
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?
South China Sea: What Exactly Has Changed At Scarborough Shoal?
November 01, 2016
South China Sea: What Exactly Has Changed At Scarborough Shoal?
Scarborough Shoal remains under the watch of the China Coast Guard, but Philippine fishermen have access once again.
South China Sea: What Exactly Has Changed At Scarborough Shoal?
Is China-Philippines Bilateralism on the South China Sea Going Anywhere?
August 15, 2016
Is China-Philippines Bilateralism on the South China Sea Going Anywhere?
Fidel Ramos' "Track II" overture maintains steam, but can bilateralism lead to a positive outcome?
Is China-Philippines Bilateralism on the South China Sea Going Anywhere?
Japan: 7 Chinese Coast Guard Ships, 230 Fishing Boats in Disputed East China Sea Waters
August 08, 2016
Japan: 7 Chinese Coast Guard Ships, 230 Fishing Boats in Disputed East China Sea Waters
Chinese Coast Guard accompanied scores of fishermen to the waters around the disputed Senkaku/Diaoyu Islands.
Japan: 7 Chinese Coast Guard Ships, 230 Fishing Boats in Disputed East China Sea Waters
Interview: Francis Fukuyama
October 15, 2015
Interview: Francis Fukuyama
Francis Fukuyama on the rise of China, East Asia tensions, and the role of the United States.
Interview: Francis Fukuyama
Mearsheimer’s War With China
March 29, 2015
Mearsheimer’s War With China
The provocative political scientist foresees tense relations between the U.S. and China.
Mearsheimer’s War With China
Countering China’s Maritime Coercion
February 27, 2015
Countering China’s Maritime Coercion
How to impose costs on coercion, deter intimidation, and offset unilateral changes to the status quo.
Countering China’s Maritime Coercion
Why Hasn't Maritime Multilateralism Worked in Southeast Asia?
February 24, 2015
Why Hasn't Maritime Multilateralism Worked in Southeast Asia?
Asian maritime disputes stem from deeply entrenched national interests.
Why Hasn't Maritime Multilateralism Worked in Southeast Asia?
China and Vietnam Eschew Megaphone Diplomacy
January 02, 2015
China and Vietnam Eschew Megaphone Diplomacy
The two rivals agree to "properly settle" their maritime disputes.
China and Vietnam Eschew Megaphone Diplomacy
Time for Europe to Get Strategic in Its Arms Exports to Asia
December 21, 2014
Time for Europe to Get Strategic in Its Arms Exports to Asia
‘It is high time that Germany and Europe strategically tackled the security policy challenges they face in the Far East.’
Time for Europe to Get Strategic in Its Arms Exports to Asia
Analyst: China’s Encirclement Could Spark War
October 09, 2014
Analyst: China’s Encirclement Could Spark War
Griffith University's Christian Wirth on the ongoing dangers associated with East Asia's maritime disputes.
Analyst: China’s Encirclement Could Spark War
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