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Karl Haushofer and the Rise of the Monsoon Countries
March 10, 2015
Karl Haushofer and the Rise of the Monsoon Countries
This writer understood geopolitical potential of the Indo-Pacific decades ago.
Karl Haushofer and the Rise of the Monsoon Countries
The Geopolitics of South Asian Political Stability
December 27, 2014
The Geopolitics of South Asian Political Stability
A recent essay by Robert Kaplan offers fascinating insight into South Asia's political stability.
The Geopolitics of South Asian Political Stability
Clausewitz, Kaplan and the Passionate Realist
November 24, 2014
Clausewitz, Kaplan and the Passionate Realist
Reason guides realism, but passion is indispensable in the execution of policy.
Clausewitz, Kaplan and the Passionate Realist
Interview with Robert D. Kaplan
March 20, 2014
Interview with Robert D. Kaplan
The Diplomat speaks with journalist and strategic thinker Robert Kaplan about his upcoming book and more.
Interview with Robert D. Kaplan
The Interview: Robert Kaplan
September 21, 2012
The Interview: Robert Kaplan
“China may have unstable times ahead that could affect everything in the Asia-Pacific region…”
The Interview: Robert Kaplan
February 03, 2012
Why U.S. Needs a China Threat
If the real threat to America is America itself, then U.S. strategists might see China as a necessary rival.
Why U.S. Needs a China Threat
Understanding Asia-Pacific Sea Power
October 21, 2010
Understanding Asia-Pacific Sea Power
In this first in a series on the region’s navies, The Diplomat looks at how to measure naval power—including the US and China’s.
Understanding Asia-Pacific Sea Power
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