Menu
Account
Americans Are Worried About China, But the Reasons Why Might Surprise You
September 10, 2015
Americans Are Worried About China, But the Reasons Why Might Surprise You
Americans see a range of problems in U.S.-China relations--some with good reason, others less so.
Americans Are Worried About China, But the Reasons Why Might Surprise You
Why the US Is Trying to Squash China's New Development Bank
October 10, 2014
Why the US Is Trying to Squash China's New Development Bank
The U.S. has been lobbying Asian nations to persuade them to reject China's Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank.
Why the US Is Trying to Squash China's New Development Bank
Former US Defense Secretary Robert Gates Slams Obama's Leadership
January 08, 2014
Former US Defense Secretary Robert Gates Slams Obama's Leadership
Minimum credible deterrence in South Asia, India-Japan relations, and Chinese parts in the F-35. Mid-week links.
Former US Defense Secretary Robert Gates Slams Obama's Leadership
APAC's Weekly Agenda: April 29-May 5
April 29, 2013
APAC's Weekly Agenda: April 29-May 5
The Diplomat presents its weekly list of happenings in the Asia-Pacific. Get the scoop on what’s ahead this week.
APAC's Weekly Agenda: April 29-May 5
Four More Years for Obama? President-Elect Romney?
November 05, 2012
Four More Years for Obama? President-Elect Romney?
Who do you think will win America’s Presidential contest tomorrow? Share your thoughts…
Four More Years for Obama? President-Elect Romney?
Afghanistan: Why America's Longest War is NOT a Campaign Issue
October 19, 2012
Afghanistan: Why America's Longest War is NOT a Campaign Issue
U.S. forces are drawing down in Afghanistan and concluding the longest war in its history. Why is such an important issue being forgotten?
Afghanistan: Why America's Longest War is NOT a Campaign Issue
September 05, 2012
"Established Power" vs. "Rising Power"
While in China, U.S. Secretary of State Clinton dares to ask what may be the 21st century’s toughest question.
"Established Power" vs. "Rising Power"
September 01, 2012
"Silly Season" on Both Sides of the Pacific
In Beijing and Washington, election politics are creating lots of tough talk.
"Silly Season" on Both Sides of the Pacific
August 08, 2012
Obama's 'Flat-Footed' Pivot
If the U.S. wants to successfully ‘pivot’ to Asia, the Obama Administration needs a more consistent approach.
Obama's 'Flat-Footed' Pivot
Are Obama's Iran Sanctions A Ruse?
July 06, 2012
Are Obama's Iran Sanctions A Ruse?
While no doubt painful for Tehran, U.S. sanctions are riddled with exemptions and may be in place mostly to sideline hawks, writes Robert Dreyfus.
Are Obama's Iran Sanctions A Ruse?
Newsletter
Sign up for our weekly newsletter
The Diplomat Brief