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The Worrying Trend of Diplomatic Balancing in Northeast Asia
December 15, 2014

The Worrying Trend of Diplomatic Balancing in Northeast Asia

By Jin Kai
Diplomatic balancing in Northeast Asia could inhibit the growth of a new, stable regional order.

China, US, Japan React to Philippines' UNCLOS Case
April 04, 2014

China, US, Japan React to Philippines' UNCLOS Case

By Shannon Tiezzi
Plus, reactions to Pyongyang's nuclear ambitions and Chinese views of Malaysia after Flight 370. Friday China links.
The Long Road Back to the Six Party Talks
February 28, 2014

The Long Road Back to the Six Party Talks

By Ankit Panda
The Six Party Talks might be back on the horizon. What will it take to get them going again?

Three Hidden Time Bombs in the US-Japan Alliance
February 28, 2014

Three Hidden Time Bombs in the US-Japan Alliance

By Patrick M. Cronin
The US and Japan need to align their policies on China strategy, deterrence and offensive military capabilities.

America and China’s Perception Problems
February 17, 2014

America and China’s Perception Problems

By Harry Kazianis
Around the world China is increasingly seen as the bully while the U.S. seems more and more irresolute.

How China Justifies Its ADIZ - And How It Could Do Better
December 04, 2013

How China Justifies Its ADIZ - And How It Could Do Better

By Shannon Tiezzi
China's contradictory justifications for the ADIZ add to confusion over the zone.

Does China Accept America’s Mastery of the Seas?
November 09, 2013

Does China Accept America’s Mastery of the Seas?

The Naval Diplomat took part in a conference today. Here’s what he said.

Why Israel Should Support a US-Iran Rapprochement
July 18, 2013

Why Israel Should Support a US-Iran Rapprochement

Israel’s concerns about a deal between the US and Iran are understandable but misguided.

S. Korean FM To Meet With Japan, Not N. Korea
June 26, 2013

S. Korean FM To Meet With Japan, Not N. Korea

Seoul and Tokyo will meet at the ASEAN Regional Forum. No inter-Korea talks are expected.

Spoilers & Great Power Politics: US-China Edition
June 26, 2013

Spoilers & Great Power Politics: US-China Edition

Incidences like Chen Guangcheng and Snowden underscore the danger of individuals disrupting US-China ties.

The Language of Australia’s New Defense White Paper: In Tune With U.S.?
May 13, 2013

The Language of Australia’s New Defense White Paper: In Tune With U.S.?

“Canberra and Washington singing the same strategic tune can only be welcomed, in language and in policy.”

Hedging: The Real U.S. Policy Towards China?
May 13, 2013

Hedging: The Real U.S. Policy Towards China?

Is America trying to contain China? No, it could be just hedging its bets.

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