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Britain, Taiwan, and the Question of Sovereignty
July 11, 2016

Britain, Taiwan, and the Question of Sovereignty

By Kerry Brown
The Brexit vote shows how important national sovereignty still is -- an important lesson for Taiwan.

Why Climate Change Could be China’s Biggest Security Threat
August 14, 2015

Why Climate Change Could be China’s Biggest Security Threat

By Wilson VornDick
Climate change may be a greater threat to China's long-term prosperity than its leaders recognize.
Sovereignty in the Himalayas
May 16, 2015

Sovereignty in the Himalayas

By Akhilesh Pillalamarri
Historically, the Himalayan region has raised fascinating questions about the nature of state sovereignty.

China’s “Nine-Dash Line” is Dangerous
February 19, 2014

China’s “Nine-Dash Line” is Dangerous

By Zachary Keck
The principle behind China’s “nine-dash line” threatens the stability of far more than the South China Sea.

China's Other Territorial Dispute: Baekdu Mountain
December 23, 2012

China's Other Territorial Dispute: Baekdu Mountain

With disputes brewing in the East and South China Seas, there is another piece of territory in Asia that could pose some serious problems…

New Leaders: New Attitude?
December 05, 2012

New Leaders: New Attitude?

Recent examples have some concerned that Beijing is taking a tougher line on a number of issues, including cross-Strait relations.

Where Does U.S. Stand on Sino-Japanese Dispute?
September 11, 2012

Where Does U.S. Stand on Sino-Japanese Dispute?

As tensions build over the Senkaku/Diaoyu islands, what is America’s position?

The Tide of History Breaks in August
August 30, 2012

The Tide of History Breaks in August

A combustible mix of history, current events, and leadership transitions all combine to stoke regional tensions.

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