The Indo-Pacific Should Not Command All of US Attention
By David Hutt
Withdrawing from Europe and the Middle East to focus on the Indo-Pacific would be a misstep for Washington.
The Biden Administration Releases an Indo-Pacific Strategy: Reading Between the Lines
By Ankit Panda and Catherine Putz
What does the Biden administration seek in the Indo-Pacific?
What Lies Ahead for US Foreign Policy After the Elections?
By Abhijnan Rej
The close race indicates lasting shifts in American politics which will spill over to U.S. international engagements.
What Would a Biden Administration Mean for Southeast Asia?
By Sebastian Strangio
The most likely outcome would be change in the form of U.S. policy and continuity in the substance.
Southeast Asia Caught Between the US and China
By Ankit Panda
How do Southeast Asian countries view intensifying geopolitical competition between the United States and China in Asia?
The Risk of Too Many Freedom of Navigation Operations
By Lt. Col. Daniel L. Davis (Ret.)
FONOPs have a place in America’s tool chest, but only if used sparingly and wisely.
What China Experts Miss about China and the US
By Ben Lowsen
A competitive stance is essential to working with China.
US-Taliban Talks: To What End?
By Umair Jamal
Are the talks really going anywhere?
An American Consensus: Time to Confront China
By Zoe Leung and Michael Depp
The U.S. approach toward China under the Trump administration has quickly turned to all-out confrontation.
Trump Points the Finger at Pakistan Again. What Does It Mean for Afghanistan?
By Umair Jamal
What Trump’s latest tirade against Pakistan means for Washington’s plans in Afghanistan.
Taking Stock of the ASEAN-China South China Sea Code of Conduct Process
By Ankit Panda and Prashanth Parameswaran
What lies ahead for the South China Sea?
F. Scott Fitzgerald and the US-North Korea Summit Cancellation
By Franz-Stefan Gady
The nixing of the U.S.-North Korea summit is one symptom of a larger malaise ailing U.S. foreign policy.