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US Withdrawal From Afghanistan: Another Long Goodbye?
May 18, 2021

US Withdrawal From Afghanistan: Another Long Goodbye?

By Catherine Putz
It’s worth revisiting the Soviet Union’s withdrawal from Afghanistan, in light of the United States’ current withdrawal plan.

How Did Japan Lose Its Air Superiority Advantage?
February 17, 2018

How Did Japan Lose Its Air Superiority Advantage?

By Abraham Ait
Once one of the world’s most capable air forces, Japan now finds itself outmatched in air-to-air combat capabilities.
Did Gorbachev Ever Have a Shot At Saving the USSR?
February 03, 2017

Did Gorbachev Ever Have a Shot At Saving the USSR?

By Casey Michel
What factors were tying Gorbachev's hands in the final months of the Soviet Union?

China Is Not the Soviet Union
June 18, 2014

China Is Not the Soviet Union

By Yang Hengjun
Chinese analysts should stop asking China to follow in the footsteps of the USSR.

The Missing Ingredient for an Asian NATO
April 24, 2014

The Missing Ingredient for an Asian NATO

By Robert Farley
An Asian NATO won't be possible for some time without a change in how states conceptualize their security needs.

China's Soviet Lessons
February 16, 2013

China's Soviet Lessons

“It was the CPSU (Communist Party of the Soviet Union) that collapsed first.”

Comparing Chinese Naval Power to the Soviet Navy
November 23, 2012

Comparing Chinese Naval Power to the Soviet Navy

In some respects, China poses a tougher maritime challenge than did the Soviet Union.

What China Learned from the Soviet Union's Fall
July 27, 2012

What China Learned from the Soviet Union's Fall

Why the process of assessing blame for the collapse of the USSR is still a hot topic in Beijing

China’s Premature Great Power Label
October 28, 2010

China’s Premature Great Power Label

China’s past performance is not necessarily indicative of future results, says former British Foreign Secretary Malcolm Rifkind.

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