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Realities Clash With Idealism in Today’s Asia
August 18, 2019

Realities Clash With Idealism in Today’s Asia

By Walter Lohman
The reality of what China’s rise means to different regional stakeholders must inform American policy.

Making Sense of Asia’s Balance of Power in 2019
June 15, 2019

Making Sense of Asia’s Balance of Power in 2019

By Ankit Panda and Prashanth Parameswaran
Which Asian countries overperform and underperform across a range of indicators of national power?
3 Types of Chinese Reactions to Mike Pence’s China Speech
October 07, 2018

3 Types of Chinese Reactions to Mike Pence’s China Speech

By Dingding Chen
These diverse views show that China is still debating how to handle an increasingly aggressive United States.

How Can the US Manage Sino-Russian Rapprochement?
September 21, 2018

How Can the US Manage Sino-Russian Rapprochement?

By Robert Farley
Mutual dislike for the U.S.-led order has brought Russia and China together.

Continuing Convergence: India-US 2+2 Meeting Shows Inexorable Progress in the Relationship
September 08, 2018

Continuing Convergence: India-US 2+2 Meeting Shows Inexorable Progress in the Relationship

By Harsh V. Pant
India and the United States took a major leap with the successful conclusion of the first-ever 2+2 dialogue.

Japan and India Are Better Off Aligned Than Allied
July 02, 2018

Japan and India Are Better Off Aligned Than Allied

By Rohan Mukherjee
Both Japan and India may be best served by their existing alignment instead of pursuing an alliance.

What Is the Nature of Power in the Asia-Pacific and Who Wields It?
May 11, 2018

What Is the Nature of Power in the Asia-Pacific and Who Wields It?

By Ankit Panda and Prashanth Parameswaran
A new tool helps rank Asian states by their relative and absolute power rankings across a variety of measures.
How Can the US Manage a Rising China?
February 27, 2018

How Can the US Manage a Rising China?

By Robert Farley
The United States needs to rethink how it approaches international order.

In Competing With China, the US Should Realize the Virtues of the Rules-Based Order Speak for Themselves
February 25, 2018

In Competing With China, the US Should Realize the Virtues of the Rules-Based Order Speak for Themselves

By Theresa Lou
How can the United States lead without categorically opposing China’s international role and leadership?

What Could the United States Have Done – If Anything – To Prevent China's Rise?
February 17, 2018

What Could the United States Have Done – If Anything – To Prevent China's Rise?

By Robert Farley
The United States did not undertake the difficult and expensive steps necessary to prevent the economic and military rise of China.

Who's Afraid of a Free and Open Indo-Pacific?
February 07, 2018

Who's Afraid of a Free and Open Indo-Pacific?

By Ankit Panda and Prashanth Parameswaran
The concert of the Indo-Pacific can consult on a range of issues, but what will their next concrete steps be?
Trump Must Act Now on US-India Defense Relations
January 26, 2018

Trump Must Act Now on US-India Defense Relations

By Keith Webster
Realizing the full potential of the new Major Defense Partner status means acting now.

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