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What a Republican-Controlled Senate Means for India
November 09, 2014

What a Republican-Controlled Senate Means for India

By Alyssa Ayres
The Modi government is likely to see a U.S. Congress engaged in India relations, with caveats.
A HASC Chairman for the Asian Century
February 11, 2014

A HASC Chairman for the Asian Century

By Zachary Keck
J. Randy Forbes is the best choice for the next Chairman of the House Armed Services Committee.

US Congress Takes Hard-Line Stance on China's Maritime Disputes
January 16, 2014

US Congress Takes Hard-Line Stance on China's Maritime Disputes

By Shannon Tiezzi
At a US congressional hearing, members denounced China's actions in disputed maritime regions.

The TPP's Not Dead Yet (But It's Close)
December 07, 2013

The TPP's Not Dead Yet (But It's Close)

By Shannon Tiezzi
A group in Congress is trying to revive interest in TPP, but it might be too little, too late.

What Iran Really Learned from the Syrian Crisis
September 20, 2013

What Iran Really Learned from the Syrian Crisis

Congressional opposition to the US-Russian deal on Syria underscores the scale of Obama’s challenge on Iran.

US Lawmakers Call for Strategic Review of Pivot
July 25, 2013

US Lawmakers Call for Strategic Review of Pivot

Four members of Congress ask the White House for an interagency document on implementing the rebalance.

U.S. Eyes Bioterrorism Threat
June 25, 2012

U.S. Eyes Bioterrorism Threat

As Congressional progress stalls, the U.S. moves to tackle the bioterrorism threat from Asia.

Congress’s Risky Chest-Thumping
June 20, 2012

Congress’s Risky Chest-Thumping

A provision by House Republicans requiring the Obama administration to consider deploying tactical nuclear weapons to Asia was about sounding tough. It was also dangerous.

Congress’ Weak China Hand
January 27, 2012

Congress’ Weak China Hand

The U.S. Congress can be a tough critic of Barack Obama’s China policy. But its done little to slow it.

Why U.S. Needs Airpower Diplomacy
November 22, 2011

Why U.S. Needs Airpower Diplomacy

Better use of the U.S. Air Force is the most cost-effective and flexible approach to boosting the American presence in the Asia-Pacific.

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