Donald Trump’s Potentially Dangerous Impact on US Policy in East Asia
By Parker Novak
Trump's rhetoric is already having an impact in East Asia, and not in ways beneficial to the United States.
O'Reilly Factor Goes to Chinatown, Stereotypes and Racist Remarks Ensue
By Catherine Putz
A segment ostensibly on what Chinese-Americans think of the election quickly turns into a racist caricature.
The Presidential Politics of US China Policy
By Mercy A. Kuo
Insights from Julian Chang.
How the Next US President Should Handle the South China Sea
By Patrick M. Cronin and Marcel Angliviel de la Beaumelle
China will surely test the mettle of the next U.S. administration in the South China Sea. How to respond?
Did Hillary Clinton’s Pivot To Asia Work?
By Catherine Putz and Shannon Tiezzi
Taking an deeper look at Clinton's record as secretary of state.
Rand Paul, Offshore Balancing, and the Asia-Pacific
By Robert Farley
Kentucky's Rand Paul might not be all that important for U.S. Asia policy--then again, he's running for president.