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Asian Americans Lobby to Name Navy Ship for Filipino Sailor
June 24, 2021

Asian Americans Lobby to Name Navy Ship for Filipino Sailor

By Janie Har
The secretary of the Navy has final authority and discretion to name and rename ships.
Is There Trouble Ahead for the US and India?
June 18, 2021

Is There Trouble Ahead for the US and India?

By Mike Watson
Clear challenges for the India-U.S. bilateral lay ahead over military, economic, and climate matters; tensions over democracy and human rights could flare up at any moment.

Transatlantic Cooperation on the China Challenge
May 11, 2021

Transatlantic Cooperation on the China Challenge

By Mercy A. Kuo
Insights from Hans Binnendijk.

Chinese Subsidies: A Threat to US Competitiveness?
May 08, 2021

Chinese Subsidies: A Threat to US Competitiveness?

By Sara Hsu
Are Chinese subsidies to firms in strategic sectors a threat to the competitiveness of U.S. companies?

Fresh Calls for Space Security Governance Measures Unlikely to Yield Results
April 16, 2021

Fresh Calls for Space Security Governance Measures Unlikely to Yield Results

By Rajeswari Pillai Rajagopalan
Progress will probably require developing small, technical agreements given that big, all-encompassing agreements have proven too difficult under current international circumstances.
How to Operationalize the Quad
March 30, 2021

How to Operationalize the Quad

By Jeffrey T. Vanak, Jack Souders, and Kenneth del Mazo
Through deepening maritime partnerships, the Quad nations can amplify their mutual naval power in the Indo-Pacific.

Biden to Order a Review of US Supply Chains for Vital Goods
February 25, 2021

Biden to Order a Review of US Supply Chains for Vital Goods

By Associated Press
Over the past year, the fragility of vital supply chains has been revealed repeatedly.
Why Kazakhstan Joined New Investment Partnership With Uzbekistan, US
January 26, 2021

Why Kazakhstan Joined New Investment Partnership With Uzbekistan, US

By Wilder Alejandro Sanchez
Kazakhstan is working toward a more diversified economy.

To Face Down China, Should the United States Turn Away From the Middle East?
December 29, 2020

To Face Down China, Should the United States Turn Away From the Middle East?

By Robert Farley
It’s not that simple. Any effort to characterize China as an existential threat implies a level of conflict that will provide justification for U.S. intervention anywhere in the world. 

How Should Biden Engage China?
December 24, 2020

How Should Biden Engage China?

By Yan Liang
Complete rupture and a “cold war” with China is one possibility, while peaceful and mutually beneficial coexistence is another and better option. 

Can Uzbekistan Stay on Track in Improving its Human Rights Record?
December 17, 2020

Can Uzbekistan Stay on Track in Improving its Human Rights Record?

By Nodirjon Kirgizbaev
Uzbekistan undoubtedly needs to continue implementing recent initiated reforms, but its progress is promising.
Wargames: Losing Is Learning, Learning Is Winning
December 16, 2020

Wargames: Losing Is Learning, Learning Is Winning

By Jeffrey T. Vanak
It is imperative the U.S. military learns from wargame losses.

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