Do Asians Back the US Pivot More than Americans?
By Prashanth Parameswaran
Ford, Kissinger and US Asia-Pacific Policy
By Andrew Gawthorpe
Why US Allies Shouldn’t Free Ride
By James R. Holmes
Fixing the U.S. Rebalance to the Asia-Pacific
By David Lai and Cameron Stevens
Missing in Asia: The Pivotal Person in Obama’s Pivot
By Elizabeth C. Economy
Obama’s “Rebalancing”: A Fig Leaf
By Amitai Etzioni
Courting Asia: China’s Maritime Silk Route vs America’s Pivot
By Yukon Huang
2 Ways Obama Can Strengthen the Pivot
By Harry Kazianis
China: A Major Power in the Middle East?
By Andy Polk
Pacific Power: The Politics of the US Military in SE Asia
For the U.S. to sustain its presence in the Asia-Pacific, it will have to take local politics into account.
South Korea Eyes F-35 Fighter Jets
Plus, can the U.S. build an effective Pacific strategy for the 21st Century? Thursday defense links.
With Obama MIA, China Touts Multipolar World
Xi Jinping has used APEC and the East Asia Forum to outline a multipolar vision of the region and the world.