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Is There Still Room for Sanctions to Succeed in North Korea?
October 13, 2017
Is There Still Room for Sanctions to Succeed in North Korea?
North Korean marketization may lend hope for sanctions to work, if the U.S. and China can coordinate.
Is There Still Room for Sanctions to Succeed in North Korea?
China Backs Egypt's UNESCO Leadership Bid While the US Withdraws Completely
October 13, 2017
China Backs Egypt's UNESCO Leadership Bid While the US Withdraws Completely
Beijing has made a smart move, dropping its UNESCO leadership bid to back Egypt at a "critical juncture."
China Backs Egypt's UNESCO Leadership Bid While the US Withdraws Completely
Democracy vs North Korea
October 13, 2017
Democracy vs North Korea
Why have democracies proven unable to halt the North Korean dictatorship’s development of nuclear weapons?
Democracy vs North Korea
Trump’s Intellectual Property Push and the Hope for Chinese Reform
October 12, 2017
Trump’s Intellectual Property Push and the Hope for Chinese Reform
The section 301 investigation rolls on as industry makes its voice heard.
Trump’s Intellectual Property Push and the Hope for Chinese Reform
China, US Both Using Lawfare in the South China Sea
October 12, 2017
China, US Both Using Lawfare in the South China Sea
China is indeed engaging in lawfare, but the U.S. has done so in a rather sophisticated manner for many years as well.
China, US Both Using Lawfare in the South China Sea
US Leadership in Asia and the Future of Geopolitics
October 11, 2017
US Leadership in Asia and the Future of Geopolitics
Insights from Jamie Fly.
US Leadership in Asia and the Future of Geopolitics
Sri Lanka's Opportunities to Counter Youth Radicalization
October 10, 2017
Sri Lanka's Opportunities to Counter Youth Radicalization
Counter-radicalization is an important issue, and greater international engagement is needed.
Sri Lanka's Opportunities to Counter Youth Radicalization
The Role of Translation in South Korean Diplomacy
October 10, 2017
The Role of Translation in South Korean Diplomacy
A good tongue is always a good weapon.
The Role of Translation in South Korean Diplomacy
US and South Korea Agree to Initiate FTA Amendment Negotiations
October 06, 2017
US and South Korea Agree to Initiate FTA Amendment Negotiations
Trump’s threats to terminate the agreement entirely seems to have brought the Koreans to the table.
US and South Korea Agree to Initiate FTA Amendment Negotiations
The True Deficit with China is Not With Trade -- But Knowledge
October 02, 2017
The True Deficit with China is Not With Trade -- But Knowledge
There is a deficit – not in terms of trade, but knowledge. And the surplus is on China’s side.
The True Deficit with China is Not With Trade -- But Knowledge
'Sleepwalking into A War' May Be Another Big Blunder on the Korean Peninsula
September 23, 2017
'Sleepwalking into A War' May Be Another Big Blunder on the Korean Peninsula
U.S. policy inconsistency matched with North Korean nuclear ambitions is a dangerous mix.
'Sleepwalking into A War' May Be Another Big Blunder on the Korean Peninsula
US Asia Policy: Post-Rebalance Strategic Direction
September 19, 2017
US Asia Policy: Post-Rebalance Strategic Direction
Insights from Daniel Russel.
US Asia Policy: Post-Rebalance Strategic Direction
Market Prices in North Korea Rise Sharply After Recent Sanctions and Tensions
September 19, 2017
Market Prices in North Korea Rise Sharply After Recent Sanctions and Tensions
North Korea’s domestic economy may be very resilient but it is not beyond the reach of international tensions.
Market Prices in North Korea Rise Sharply After Recent Sanctions and Tensions
Why Does Harry Truman’s Asia Legacy Matter?
September 13, 2017
Why Does Harry Truman’s Asia Legacy Matter?
Truman’s successes ought to be weighed against his significant policy setbacks and outright failures in Asia.
Why Does Harry Truman’s Asia Legacy Matter?
The Inherent Dangers of the US Proposal to Legalize Interdiction of North Korean Ships
September 12, 2017
The Inherent Dangers of the US Proposal to Legalize Interdiction of North Korean Ships
Why do Washington's attempts to push for interdiction make other countries uneasy?
The Inherent Dangers of the US Proposal to Legalize Interdiction of North Korean Ships
North Korea is Clearly Not Feeling the Pain
September 06, 2017
North Korea is Clearly Not Feeling the Pain
Real economic pressure remains the only real option to curb Pyongyang's proliferation.
North Korea is Clearly Not Feeling the Pain
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