Cascades of Violence Across South Asia
By John Braithwaite and Bina D’Costa
Exploring and explaining how violence -- both criminal and political -- begets more violence.
Sorry, an Oil Embargo Won’t Lead to North Korea’s Capitulation
By Paul Musgrave and Yu-Ming Liou
Conventional wisdom on the effectiveness of oil embargoes is mistaken.
Under Trump, A Looming North Korean ICBM Threat Brings Alliance 'Decoupling' Fears Back to East Asia
By Ankit Panda
How long until Trump wonders out loud why the U.S. should risk American cities for Korean and Japanese cities?
How Do We Predict the Impact of US-China Relations on International Politics?
By Robert Farley
A new book by two political scientists helps us think about long-term predictions for the world.
3 Lessons for Asian Development from Francis Fukuyama
By Akhilesh Pillalamarri
Francis Fukuyama's latest book has some important lessons on Asia's political development.
Mahan, Bean-Counting and Ideas
Quantitative analysis is quite in vogue these days. However, there are many parts when it comes to strategic analysis.