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US Slams China’s ‘Bullying’ Amid Vanguard Bank Oil Exploration Standoff With Vietnam
July 22, 2019

US Slams China’s ‘Bullying’ Amid Vanguard Bank Oil Exploration Standoff With Vietnam

By Ankit Panda
The statement followed a request by Vietnam for China to pull back a geological survey ship and its escorts.

Families Belong Together: The Case to End the US North Korea Travel Ban
August 23, 2018

Families Belong Together: The Case to End the US North Korea Travel Ban

By Kee Park
The United States should do away with a ban on travel by its citizens to North Korea.
Trump Administration Nominates Outgoing Pacific Command Head as South Korea Ambassador
May 21, 2018

Trump Administration Nominates Outgoing Pacific Command Head as South Korea Ambassador

By Ankit Panda
Admiral Harry B. Harris Jr. will fill a long-standing ambassadorial vacancy in Seoul, if confirmed.

Washington Must Own up to Superpower Competition With China
March 08, 2018

Washington Must Own up to Superpower Competition With China

By Will Saetren and Hunter Marston
The first step is for the U.S. to admit that China is a full-blown superpower.

Tillerson’s North Korea Talk Sparks Contradictory Responses at Home and Abroad
December 14, 2017

Tillerson’s North Korea Talk Sparks Contradictory Responses at Home and Abroad

By Charlotte Gao
While both China and Russia welcome Tillerson’s offer of talks with North Korea, the White House corrects his remarks.

Trump's Dangerous Twitter Rebuke of Tillerson May Make Diplomacy Impossible With North Korea
October 09, 2017

Trump's Dangerous Twitter Rebuke of Tillerson May Make Diplomacy Impossible With North Korea

By Ankit Panda
Trump's comments risk serious destabilization and even war.

Princeton University: Iran Denies Appeal of Jailed Chinese-American Researcher
August 19, 2017

Princeton University: Iran Denies Appeal of Jailed Chinese-American Researcher

By Charlotte Gao
Iran sentenced the student to 10 years in jail on spying charges; Princeton said he is innocent
China: The Chinese-American Researcher Jailed in Iran Is Not a Chinese Citizen
July 18, 2017

China: The Chinese-American Researcher Jailed in Iran Is Not a Chinese Citizen

By Charlotte Gao
Iran sentenced a Princeton Chinese-American graduate student to 10 years in jail on spying charges

Japan to Receive 4 New V-22 Osprey Aircraft
July 22, 2016

Japan to Receive 4 New V-22 Osprey Aircraft

By Franz-Stefan Gady
U.S. defense contractor Boeing has been awarded a $545 million contract for the delivery of 4 V-22 aircraft to Japan.

Kyrgyz MP Pushes Back on US Human Rights Assessment
April 18, 2016

Kyrgyz MP Pushes Back on US Human Rights Assessment

By Catherine Putz
"In the global confrontation it can be observed as part of the information war.”

Did Pakistani Intelligence Back Terrorists Against the CIA in Afghanistan?
April 17, 2016

Did Pakistani Intelligence Back Terrorists Against the CIA in Afghanistan?

By Akhilesh Pillalamarri
A newly declassified U.S. diplomatic cable suggests Pakistani intelligence was complicit in abetting the Taliban in an attack against the CIA.
This is Japan's Newest Aircraft for Securing the Ryukyus
June 04, 2015

This is Japan's Newest Aircraft for Securing the Ryukyus

By Franz-Stefan Gady
The Japanese Air Self-Defense Forces will soon be flying some of the most modern early warning radar aircraft.

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