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US Diplomacy in Pakistan: The Case of the Missing Mangoes
July 30, 2020

US Diplomacy in Pakistan: The Case of the Missing Mangoes

By Adam Weinstein and Adnan Rasool
U.S. diplomacy needs to leave the conference room and engage with local populations – something European and Chinese diplomats have already mastered.

America’s COVID-19 Response in Asia
April 22, 2020

America’s COVID-19 Response in Asia

By Zachary Williams
What the U.S. is doing to help Asian countries amid the pandemic, and what that means for U.S.-China strategic competition.
Trump Goes to India as Afghanistan’s Future Looms Large on the Agenda
February 18, 2020

Trump Goes to India as Afghanistan’s Future Looms Large on the Agenda

By Minaam Shah
As Trump prepares to land in New Delhi, India has to ask itself difficult questions about its role in Afghanistan.

How Will Tillerson Be Remembered in Asia? (If At All)
March 14, 2018

How Will Tillerson Be Remembered in Asia? (If At All)

By Ankit Panda
Rex Tillerson does not leave a particularly positive record behind in Asia.

Tillerson's State Department and the Politics of the Indo-Pacific
November 21, 2017

Tillerson's State Department and the Politics of the Indo-Pacific

By Robert Farley
What’s going on at the Department of State and what impact will it have on U.S. diplomacy towards the Indo-Pacific?

The United States Shouldn't Invite China to RIMPAC 2016 (With a Catch)
May 06, 2015

The United States Shouldn't Invite China to RIMPAC 2016 (With a Catch)

By Ankit Panda
Washington should start imposing costs on Beijing for its behavior.

How U.S. Ambassadors Influence China (But Not Americans)
February 27, 2014

How U.S. Ambassadors Influence China (But Not Americans)

By Zheng Wang
From John Leighton Stuart to Gary Locke, US Ambassadors have been influential in Beijing but have little impact at home.
The Future of American Diplomacy
August 25, 2013

The Future of American Diplomacy

By Joshua W. Walker
Is not doubling down on its great-power past, but in response to the "rise of the rest" is something more inclusive.

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