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What China Experts Miss about China and the US
July 09, 2019

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?
March 22, 2019

US-Taliban Talks: To What End?

By Umair Jamal
Are the talks really going anywhere?
An American Consensus: Time to Confront China
January 17, 2019

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?
November 21, 2018

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
August 15, 2018

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
May 25, 2018

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.

Why the US Will Continue to Suffer Surprise Attacks
March 27, 2018

Why the US Will Continue to Suffer Surprise Attacks

By Franz-Stefan Gady
Let’s face it. It’s hard for the U.S. defense and foreign policy establishment to escape their bubble.
Is Pompeo’s Appointment Making US Military Action in Asia More Likely?
March 14, 2018

Is Pompeo’s Appointment Making US Military Action in Asia More Likely?

By Franz-Stefan Gady
The new Secretary of State Mike Pompeo is set to embrace more hawkish policies than his predecessor.

What Would Secretary of State Mike Pompeo Mean for Southeast Asia?
December 16, 2017

What Would Secretary of State Mike Pompeo Mean for Southeast Asia?

By David Hutt
As rumors swirl about Rex Tillerson's potential departure, a look at what one of his replacements might mean for the subregion.

Is the US Foreign Policy Establishment a Dead Man Walking?
December 14, 2017

Is the US Foreign Policy Establishment a Dead Man Walking?

By Franz-Stefan Gady
Will backers of the 2003 invasion of Iraq suffer the same fate as supporters of doomed appeasement policies in France and Great Britain in the 1930s?

The Consequences of America’s Unrestrained Foreign Policy
November 10, 2017

The Consequences of America’s Unrestrained Foreign Policy

By Akhilesh Pillalamarri
The United States may learn some realism as a result of dealing with a new world order.
Trump’s Bilateralism and US Power in East Asia
August 09, 2017

Trump’s Bilateralism and US Power in East Asia

By Doug Stokes and Kit Waterman
How best to make sense of the Trump administration's preference for bilateralism in Asia?

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