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The South Korea-Japan Trade Conflict: Cui Bono?
August 14, 2019

The South Korea-Japan Trade Conflict: Cui Bono?

By Sukjoon Yoon
South Korea, Japan, and the US are all damaged by the conflict. China, however, stands to gain.

Top US Asia Diplomat to Visit Japan, Philippines, South Korea, and Thailand in First Overseas Trip
July 10, 2019

Top US Asia Diplomat to Visit Japan, Philippines, South Korea, and Thailand in First Overseas Trip

By Ankit Panda
David R. Stilwell, the new U.S. assistant secretary for East Asia and the Pacific, is off to the region in his first trip.
The 2019 US Indo-Pacific Strategy Report: Who’s It For?
June 11, 2019

The 2019 US Indo-Pacific Strategy Report: Who’s It For?

By Ankit Panda
The new Indo-Pacific Strategy Report brings little new to the table.

How to Reinvigorate the US-Philippine Alliance
May 01, 2019

How to Reinvigorate the US-Philippine Alliance

By Jay L. Batongbacal
The time is ripe for both sides to modernize their longstanding partnership.

What Does the Signed Cost Sharing Agreement Mean for the US-South Korea Alliance?
February 15, 2019

What Does the Signed Cost Sharing Agreement Mean for the US-South Korea Alliance?

By Kyle Ferrier
Though a positive development, it's hard to see the new burden sharing agreement as anything more than a stopgap measure.

The Japan-South Korea Maritime Spat: Lessons Learned 
February 06, 2019

The Japan-South Korea Maritime Spat: Lessons Learned 

By Mark J. Valencia
The confrontation has implications for the rest of Asia, and the United States.

What a Midterm ‘Blue Wave’ in America Would Mean for Asia
October 22, 2018

What a Midterm ‘Blue Wave’ in America Would Mean for Asia

By Joshua Kurlantzick
What happens to U.S. Asia policy if Democrats retake the House and/or Senate?
Japan Must Do More to Support the US-Japan Alliance
September 06, 2018

Japan Must Do More to Support the US-Japan Alliance

By Richard Solomon
In uncertain times, Japan will have to invest more energy in a long-standing partnership.

What the New US Nuclear Posture Means for Northeast Asia
August 29, 2018

What the New US Nuclear Posture Means for Northeast Asia

By Masashi Murano
Changes in the 2018 U.S. Nuclear Posture Review could alter the strategic environment in East Asia.

US Allies Aren’t Buying Its New Strategies to Confront China
February 05, 2018

US Allies Aren’t Buying Its New Strategies to Confront China

By Bates Gill
China presents many challenges, but bluff, bluster, and empty rhetoric will be seen for exactly what it is.

What It Would Really Take for a US Preemptive Strike on North Korea
August 10, 2017

What It Would Really Take for a US Preemptive Strike on North Korea

By Yuki Tatsumi
The U.S. would need to coordinate closely with South Korea, Japan, and China before taking any military action.
Regional Security Architectures: Comparing Asia and Europe
June 28, 2017

Regional Security Architectures: Comparing Asia and Europe

By Mercy A. Kuo
Insights from Anis Bajrektarevic.

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