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The Folly of US Intervention in Cambodia
September 28, 2018

The Folly of US Intervention in Cambodia

By Ian Li
What lessons from the Cold War should Washington heed?

Trump's Free and Open Indo-Pacific Strategy Needs Clarity
April 04, 2018

Trump's Free and Open Indo-Pacific Strategy Needs Clarity

By Ankit Panda
There's much continuity at the core of the Trump administration's Free and Open Indo-Pacific Strategy, but what's next?
Why the United States Congress Should Work to Advance US-India Ties
August 01, 2017

Why the United States Congress Should Work to Advance US-India Ties

By Raymond E. Vickery, Jr.
The future development of the U.S.-India relationship will require legislative ballast in the United States.

Straight From the US State Department: The 'Pivot' to Asia Is Over
March 14, 2017

Straight From the US State Department: The 'Pivot' to Asia Is Over

By Ankit Panda
Don't hold your breath for the language of the 'pivot' or 'rebalance' to make a return anytime soon.

The Pivot to Asia Was Obama’s Biggest Mistake
January 21, 2017

The Pivot to Asia Was Obama’s Biggest Mistake

By John Ford
"The pivot failed to achieve key goals in Asia while inattention made matters worse in Europe and the Middle East."

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

By Ankit Panda and Prashanth Parameswaran
We evaluate the Obama administration's policy performance on some of Asia's most pressing regional flashpoints.

US Asia Policy After Obama: Opportunities and Challenges
November 08, 2016

US Asia Policy After Obama: Opportunities and Challenges

By Prashanth Parameswaran
A deeper look at what lies ahead for the next administration.
Next US President's Asia-Pacific Inbox: 8 Issues to Watch in Obama's Final 100 Days
October 19, 2016

Next US President's Asia-Pacific Inbox: 8 Issues to Watch in Obama's Final 100 Days

By Ankit Panda
As Obama enters his last hundred days in office, Asia remains in flux.

What Duterte Demonstrates About US Security Commitments Abroad
October 11, 2016

What Duterte Demonstrates About US Security Commitments Abroad

By Ted Galen Carpenter
There is little reason why the U.S. government should accept cynical free-riding behavior on the part of so-called allies.

John F. Lehman, Former US Secretary of the Navy, on the South China Sea
October 10, 2016

John F. Lehman, Former US Secretary of the Navy, on the South China Sea

By Constantin Wangenheim
John F. Lehman, former U.S. secretary of the navy, speaks to The Diplomat on U.S. strategy in the South China Sea.

Measuring the Legacy of American Resolve in Asia After Obama
October 10, 2016

Measuring the Legacy of American Resolve in Asia After Obama

By Joseph Bosco
Hesitant and halting American measures have undercut Washington’s rhetorical efforts to convey U.S. resolve.
Will India Become the Pivot of Asian Security?
October 05, 2016

Will India Become the Pivot of Asian Security?

By Akhilesh Pillalamarri
India for the most part has shed its aversion to power politics.

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