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Understanding the US-China Trade Disconnect
July 10, 2019
Understanding the US-China Trade Disconnect
Without evidence that its basic economic system will fail, talks will not force China to change its development path.
Understanding the US-China Trade Disconnect
Can Mongolia Shape the Modern World Once Again?
July 07, 2019
Can Mongolia Shape the Modern World Once Again?
With the U.S. as its partner, Mongolia could make a significant contribution to the region.
Can Mongolia Shape the Modern World Once Again?
China’s Front Door to America’s Backyard
June 28, 2019
China’s Front Door to America’s Backyard
China's rising influence in Panama is a case study of its ambitions in Latin America.
China’s Front Door to America’s Backyard
US-India Relations at the Crossroads
June 24, 2019
US-India Relations at the Crossroads
Can the growing U.S.-India partnership survive ‘America First’?
US-India Relations at the Crossroads
Thailand Takes up the ASEAN Challenge
June 20, 2019
Thailand Takes up the ASEAN Challenge
As Bangkok prepares to host the 34th ASEAN summit, the grouping faces uncertainties from within and without.
Thailand Takes up the ASEAN Challenge
Mongolia: Bridge or Buffer in Northeast Asia?
June 19, 2019
Mongolia: Bridge or Buffer in Northeast Asia?
Reflections from the 6th Ulaanbaatar Dialogue and beyond.
Mongolia: Bridge or Buffer in Northeast Asia?
Great Expectations: ASEAN and the Indo-Pacific Concept
June 17, 2019
Great Expectations: ASEAN and the Indo-Pacific Concept
As ASEAN gets closer to finally releasing its vision for the Indo-Pacific, its role in the region hangs in the balance.
Great Expectations: ASEAN and the Indo-Pacific Concept
India's BIMSTEC Gambit
May 31, 2019
India's BIMSTEC Gambit
With SAARC stalled, India is turning to BIMSTEC to center its foreign policy.
India's BIMSTEC Gambit
Hong Kong and the US-China New Cold War
May 16, 2019
Hong Kong and the US-China New Cold War
Will Hong Kong be a “Free World outpost” or a bastion for “Red China”?
Hong Kong and the US-China New Cold War
India in Afghanistan After the Soviet Withdrawal
May 14, 2019
India in Afghanistan After the Soviet Withdrawal
India’s tough experience in post-1989 Afghanistan could hold lessons for weathering a U.S. troop withdrawal.
India in Afghanistan After the Soviet Withdrawal
Nepal Inching Toward China
May 09, 2019
Nepal Inching Toward China
Warnings of a debt trap aside, there is consensus in Nepal on the benefits to be had from the Belt and Road Initiative.
Nepal Inching Toward China
Are the Gloves Coming Off in China-Germany Economic Relations?
May 03, 2019
Are the Gloves Coming Off in China-Germany Economic Relations?
As Germany shifts its China approach, Huawei is in the crosshairs.
Are the Gloves Coming Off in China-Germany Economic Relations?
Putin in Beijing: What Drives China-Russia Relations?
May 01, 2019
Putin in Beijing: What Drives China-Russia Relations?
Market complementarity, political pressures, and the old dictum to follow profit shape Sino-Russian economic ties.
Putin in Beijing: What Drives China-Russia Relations?
The Belt and Road: The Good, the Bad, and the Mixed
April 15, 2019
The Belt and Road: The Good, the Bad, and the Mixed
Demystifying China’s Belt and Road Initiative through 3 case studies.
The Belt and Road: The Good, the Bad, and the Mixed
The Afghan National Unity Government’s ‘China Card’ Approach to Pakistan: Part 2
April 12, 2019
The Afghan National Unity Government’s ‘China Card’ Approach to Pakistan: Part 2
The NUG has seen more success than its predecessors in appealing to China – largely thanks to the Belt and Road.
The Afghan National Unity Government’s ‘China Card’ Approach to Pakistan: Part 2
How the US Can Win Its Trade War With China
April 10, 2019
How the US Can Win Its Trade War With China
History provides the blueprint for a winning deal.
How the US Can Win Its Trade War With China
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