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Chinese Frigate, Unidentified Submarine Enter Japan-Claimed Waters Near Senkaku Islands
January 12, 2018

Chinese Frigate, Unidentified Submarine Enter Japan-Claimed Waters Near Senkaku Islands

By Ankit Panda
The incident tests the waters in the East China Sea after a diplomatic breakthrough between the two countries.

The Third Annual Eastern Economic Forum and the Japan-Russia Summit
September 08, 2017

The Third Annual Eastern Economic Forum and the Japan-Russia Summit

By John Taishu Pitt
Why Japan and Russia won't reach an agreement on the Northern Territories dispute.
Why Vietnam Must Fight the Islamic State Terror Threat
August 03, 2017

Why Vietnam Must Fight the Islamic State Terror Threat

By Zachary Abuza
The threat presents both challenges and opportunities that Hanoi cannot ignore.

What Will a Kuril Islands Deal Between Russia and Japan Take?
November 07, 2016

What Will a Kuril Islands Deal Between Russia and Japan Take?

By Ankit Panda
Japan looks to incentivize Russian interest in a deal over the Kurils by laying out several economic initiatives.

Border Pressure: The Dalai Lama Will Visit Arunachal Pradesh
November 04, 2016

Border Pressure: The Dalai Lama Will Visit Arunachal Pradesh

By Padmapriya Govindarajan
Will the Tibetan leader's visit to Arunachal Pradesh escalate border tensions between India and China?

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.

India and the Downsides of the South China Sea Decision
July 20, 2016

India and the Downsides of the South China Sea Decision

By Akhilesh Pillalamarri
For India, July's South China Sea ruling by an arbitral tribunal is a complicated matter.
1 Year Later: Reflections on China's Oil Rig 'Sovereignty-Making' in the South China Sea
May 12, 2015

1 Year Later: Reflections on China's Oil Rig 'Sovereignty-Making' in the South China Sea

By Ankit Panda
What is the long-term significance of China's decision to move an oil rig into Vietnam's exclusive economic zone in May 2014?

China's Coming 'Lawfare' and the South China Sea
May 08, 2015

China's Coming 'Lawfare' and the South China Sea

By Patrick M. Renz and Frauke Heidemann
What China's growing legal expertise could mean for its foreign policy.

Will China's Nine Dashes Ever Turn Into One Line?
July 01, 2014

Will China's Nine Dashes Ever Turn Into One Line?

By Ankit Panda
Why does Beijing keep its dashed-line claim to the South China Sea?

Japan and South Korea Leave Money on the Table
June 20, 2014

Japan and South Korea Leave Money on the Table

By Clint Richards
Their history of territorial and wartime disputes continues to prevent wider cooperation on shared goals in the region.
International Law Won't Solve Asia's Territorial Disputes
June 18, 2014

International Law Won't Solve Asia's Territorial Disputes

By Dingding Chen
International law won't solve all of Asia's problems. In fact, it could exacerbate them.

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