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A Thucydides Fallacy: The New Model of Power Relations for Southeast Asia, the US, and China
July 27, 2019
A Thucydides Fallacy: The New Model of Power Relations for Southeast Asia, the US, and China
Have Southeast Asia, the United States, and China shifted to a new model of power relations?
A Thucydides Fallacy: The New Model of Power Relations for Southeast Asia, the US, and China
50 Years After Apollo 11, China Is on Deck to Land Next
July 19, 2019
50 Years After Apollo 11, China Is on Deck to Land Next
That doesn’t have to be a bad thing.
50 Years After Apollo 11, China Is on Deck to Land Next
Why the US-Australian Alliance Will Endure: An American Perspective
July 17, 2019
Why the US-Australian Alliance Will Endure: An American Perspective
For the U.S. to abandon Australia is to abandon its national interests, strategic position and credibility in Asia.
Why the US-Australian Alliance Will Endure: An American Perspective
What Is the Indo-Pacific?
July 13, 2019
What Is the Indo-Pacific?
Like every imaginative space, the Indo-Pacific is a construct of contested interpretation.
What Is the Indo-Pacific?
What China Experts Miss about China and the US
July 09, 2019
What China Experts Miss about China and the US
A competitive stance is essential to working with China.
What China Experts Miss about China and the US
Australia, Japan, US Start Down Their Own Indo-Pacific Road in PNG
June 26, 2019
Australia, Japan, US Start Down Their Own Indo-Pacific Road in PNG
The new trilateral initiative is an obvious reaction to China’s ambitions, but could still yield important results in the region.
Australia, Japan, US Start Down Their Own Indo-Pacific Road in PNG
Modi 2.0 and the India-US Partnership: What Next?
June 19, 2019
Modi 2.0 and the India-US Partnership: What Next?
Ahead of the Modi-Trump meeting at the G-20 and Pompeo’s visit to India, a serious task is set out for New Delhi.
Modi 2.0 and the India-US Partnership: What Next?
Suketu Mehta’s Manifesto: <em>This Land is Our Land</em>
June 10, 2019
Suketu Mehta’s Manifesto: This Land is Our Land
This Land is Our Land is a defense of people’s right to migrate and a strong critique of Trump’s migration policies.
Suketu Mehta’s Manifesto: This Land is Our Land
The United States Needs a COFA Strategy
May 11, 2019
The United States Needs a COFA Strategy
Over the next few years, the United States is expected to start renegotiating the terms of its Compacts of Free Association.
The United States Needs a COFA Strategy
Why Moon Jae-in Should Not Follow Willy Brandt’s Footsteps
May 10, 2019
Why Moon Jae-in Should Not Follow Willy Brandt’s Footsteps
As Pyongyang seeks to create dissonance in the U.S.-South Korea alliance, Seoul and Washington must move in lockstep.
Why Moon Jae-in Should Not Follow Willy Brandt’s Footsteps
Gotta Serve Somebody? Not Necessarily: Europe in the US-China Crossfire
April 23, 2019
Gotta Serve Somebody? Not Necessarily: Europe in the US-China Crossfire
The EU can carve out its own position vis-a-vis the United States and China.
Gotta Serve Somebody? Not Necessarily: Europe in the US-China Crossfire
Trump-Kim 2: Why Hanoi?
February 15, 2019
Trump-Kim 2: Why Hanoi?
What can we tell from the decision to select Hanoi as the venue for the second Trump-Kim meeting?
Trump-Kim 2: Why Hanoi?
The Art of the Balance: Japan, China and the United States
January 30, 2019
The Art of the Balance: Japan, China and the United States
It’s no easy thing to balance a distant ally with a worrisome close neighbor.
The Art of the Balance: Japan, China and the United States
US Envoys Due in Beijing for Trade Talks
January 05, 2019
US Envoys Due in Beijing for Trade Talks
China says U.S. envoys are expected in Beijing on Monday for talks on the trade fight.
US Envoys Due in Beijing for Trade Talks
Why Canada Will Bear the Brunt of the American War on Huawei
December 28, 2018
Why Canada Will Bear the Brunt of the American War on Huawei
The Canadian arrest of Huawei CFO Meng Wanzhou came at the request of the U.S., but Canada is likely to be the biggest loser.
Why Canada Will Bear the Brunt of the American War on Huawei
Avoiding a New Cold War: The World Needs a Wind of Change
December 05, 2018
Avoiding a New Cold War: The World Needs a Wind of Change
Why re-establishing lost trust between Russia and the West is more important than ever.
Avoiding a New Cold War: The World Needs a Wind of Change
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