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The Political Perils of Offshore Balancing
October 21, 2014
The Political Perils of Offshore Balancing
Moving U.S. forces out of range of Chinese threats could create more problems than it solves.
The Political Perils of Offshore Balancing
Okay, the U.S. Is Very, Very Likely to Defend Japan, Then
August 22, 2014
Okay, the U.S. Is Very, Very Likely to Defend Japan, Then
Don’t underestimate the importance of the Senkaku/Diaoyu islands to Japan…or the importance of Japan to the US.
Okay, the U.S. Is Very, Very Likely to Defend Japan, Then
Will the U.S. Defend Japan? More of a Definite Maybe
August 19, 2014
Will the U.S. Defend Japan? More of a Definite Maybe
Recent history ought to teach us the dangers of assuming a ‘slam dunk.’
Will the U.S. Defend Japan? More of a Definite Maybe
Yes, the U.S. Really Will Defend Japan
August 05, 2014
Yes, the U.S. Really Will Defend Japan
Leaving Japan to fend for itself would be an end to the U.S.-Japanese Mutual Defense Treaty.
Yes, the U.S. Really Will Defend Japan
Reviewing Obama’s Trip to Asia
April 30, 2014
Reviewing Obama’s Trip to Asia
The Diplomat speaks with Dr. Jonathan Pollack, a senior fellow at the Brookings Institution, about Obama’s goals for the trip, and the major events at each of his stops.
Reviewing Obama’s Trip to Asia
The X Factors: How Third Parties Destabilize US-China Relations
March 13, 2014
The X Factors: How Third Parties Destabilize US-China Relations
Third party actors such as the Philippines, Japan, and North Korea have the biggest potential to upset US-China ties.
The X Factors: How Third Parties Destabilize US-China Relations
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