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Navigating Asia’s Stormy Seas: Regional Perspectives on US-China Competition
August 07, 2018
Navigating Asia’s Stormy Seas: Regional Perspectives on US-China Competition
In an era of uncertainty, countries across the region are carefully balancing relations with Washington and Beijing.
Navigating Asia’s Stormy Seas: Regional Perspectives on US-China Competition
Minding the Gap in US-ROK Public Opinion
July 20, 2018
Minding the Gap in US-ROK Public Opinion
The key remains the U.S. president’s ability to articulate a clear vision to both the American and South Korean publics.
Minding the Gap in US-ROK Public Opinion
United States, Australia, Japan Achieve War Games First at RIMPAC on Kauai
July 17, 2018
United States, Australia, Japan Achieve War Games First at RIMPAC on Kauai
Australia, the United States, and Japan focus on improving interoperability with sinking exercise.
United States, Australia, Japan Achieve War Games First at RIMPAC on Kauai
China Is Standing in the Way of North Korea Negotiations
July 13, 2018
China Is Standing in the Way of North Korea Negotiations
The solution involves realistic goals, trust building, and the willingness to walk away.
China Is Standing in the Way of North Korea Negotiations
What’s Next for India-US Relations?
July 10, 2018
What’s Next for India-US Relations?
The India-US relationship is still determined to a large extent by the power asymmetry between the two powers.
What’s Next for India-US Relations?
Many Questions Remain After Uzbekistan Fines US Citizen Over Alleged IMU Links
July 06, 2018
Many Questions Remain After Uzbekistan Fines US Citizen Over Alleged IMU Links
Unexpectedly, Uzbekistan levied only a small fine on a man the state says has links to the IMU.
Many Questions Remain After Uzbekistan Fines US Citizen Over Alleged IMU Links
Nepal Recovers Slowly, But US Says It's Time to Leave
June 26, 2018
Nepal Recovers Slowly, But US Says It's Time to Leave
The Himalayan nation joins a growing list of countries losing Temporary Protective Status.
Nepal Recovers Slowly, But US Says It's Time to Leave
The US ‘Space Force’ and Its Implications
June 22, 2018
The US ‘Space Force’ and Its Implications
Trump’s proposed 'space force' responds to the quandary of how the US can best protect American assets in space.
The US ‘Space Force’ and Its Implications
Trump’s Strategy in Afghanistan: The Beginning of an Indefinite End
June 15, 2018
Trump’s Strategy in Afghanistan: The Beginning of an Indefinite End
Nearly a year after the strategy was introduced, the outcomes are inconclusive.
Trump’s Strategy in Afghanistan: The Beginning of an Indefinite End
Sanctions Implicate Hun Sen’s Bodyguard Chief in Grenade Attack
June 15, 2018
Sanctions Implicate Hun Sen’s Bodyguard Chief in Grenade Attack
Sanctions announced this week reference a 1997 grenade attack but illustrate souring modern relations between the US and Cambodia.
Sanctions Implicate Hun Sen’s Bodyguard Chief in Grenade Attack
A West in Crisis, an East Rising? Comparing the G7 and the SCO
June 12, 2018
A West in Crisis, an East Rising? Comparing the G7 and the SCO
The two summits, occurring almost contemporaneously, invite easy comparisons focused on tone and optics. What about substance?
A West in Crisis, an East Rising? Comparing the G7 and the SCO
With North Korea, Let’s Not Forget the Big Picture
June 08, 2018
With North Korea, Let’s Not Forget the Big Picture
Beyond denuclearization, making North Korea a 'normal state' should be the end goal.
With North Korea, Let’s Not Forget the Big Picture
Singapore: A Last Chance to Reunite Divided Korean-American Families
June 07, 2018
Singapore: A Last Chance to Reunite Divided Korean-American Families
The Singapore summit is an opportunity to make reunions between Americans and their families in North Korea a reality.
Singapore: A Last Chance to Reunite Divided Korean-American Families
What Does China’s Belt and Road Initiative Mean for US Grand Strategy?
June 05, 2018
What Does China’s Belt and Road Initiative Mean for US Grand Strategy?
Over time the BRI could threaten the very foundations of Washington’s post-WWII hegemony.
What Does China’s Belt and Road Initiative Mean for US Grand Strategy?
Uzbekistan Does Not Drift Among Great Powers
June 05, 2018
Uzbekistan Does Not Drift Among Great Powers
Tashkent’s engagement with Washington doesn’t undercut its relations with Moscow and Beijing.
Uzbekistan Does Not Drift Among Great Powers
Will ‘Flammable Ice’ Be a Critical Factor in Asia’s Regional Security?
June 02, 2018
Will ‘Flammable Ice’ Be a Critical Factor in Asia’s Regional Security?
As China, Japan, and others aim to commercialize methane hydrate, its security implications should be examined.
Will ‘Flammable Ice’ Be a Critical Factor in Asia’s Regional Security?
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