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EU in Asia: Between a Pivot and a Look East
July 03, 2014
EU in Asia: Between a Pivot and a Look East
The security architecture in Asia is changing rapidly, and the EU needs to respond.
EU in Asia: Between a Pivot and a Look East
History Lessons for China and Japan
June 26, 2014
History Lessons for China and Japan
Both countries have shown the ability to accommodate and cooperate in the past. Can they do so again?
History Lessons for China and Japan
Time for Taiwan to Rethink Its Diplomacy
June 25, 2014
Time for Taiwan to Rethink Its Diplomacy
Taiwan needs to decide on a plan for its remaining diplomatic allies before it is too late.
Time for Taiwan to Rethink Its Diplomacy
Modi’s Sweet and Spicy Sri Lanka Strategy
June 24, 2014
Modi’s Sweet and Spicy Sri Lanka Strategy
India is likely to pursue a pragmatic approach toward Sri Lanka, one less shackled by Tamil Nadu politics.
Modi’s Sweet and Spicy Sri Lanka Strategy
China and the US: Destined to Cooperate?
June 24, 2014
China and the US: Destined to Cooperate?
Geography, economics, and energy will all push America and China closer together.
China and the US: Destined to Cooperate?
The Complex China-South Korea Relationship
June 18, 2014
The Complex China-South Korea Relationship
An upcoming visit by Xi Jinping to South Korea will likely leave much unsaid.
The Complex China-South Korea Relationship
Fixing the U.S. Rebalance to the Asia-Pacific
June 12, 2014
Fixing the U.S. Rebalance to the Asia-Pacific
The rebalance is fundamentally flawed in its execution, but it is not too late to get it right.
Fixing the U.S. Rebalance to the Asia-Pacific
Taiwan-Ukraine: A Cautious Relationship
June 11, 2014
Taiwan-Ukraine: A Cautious Relationship
Relations between Taipei and Kiev have often been complicated by the policies of their larger neighbors.
Taiwan-Ukraine: A Cautious Relationship
India: Modi’s Neighborhood Overtures
June 08, 2014
India: Modi’s Neighborhood Overtures
The new prime minister has made a proactive start to relations with India’s neighbors, including China.
India: Modi’s Neighborhood Overtures
What Should the US Do About Closer Sino-Russian Ties?
June 06, 2014
What Should the US Do About Closer Sino-Russian Ties?
Why Washington should resist the temptation to overreact to their growing convergence.
What Should the US Do About Closer Sino-Russian Ties?
The Russia-US Melee: Cold War Redux in Space?
June 05, 2014
The Russia-US Melee: Cold War Redux in Space?
Tensions emerging from the Ukraine crisis don’t auger well for future cooperation in space.
The Russia-US Melee: Cold War Redux in Space?
India: Recognizing Pakistan’s Paradigm Shift
June 04, 2014
India: Recognizing Pakistan’s Paradigm Shift
India’s new government must acknowledge the change in internal Pakistani politics, and be innovative.
India: Recognizing Pakistan’s Paradigm Shift
How Significant Is the Eurasian Economic Union?
June 04, 2014
How Significant Is the Eurasian Economic Union?
Moscow’s high hopes for the union have come up against reluctance among its neighbors.
How Significant Is the Eurasian Economic Union?
Iran, Turkey and China’s Middle Eastern Pivot
May 30, 2014
Iran, Turkey and China’s Middle Eastern Pivot
Thanks to events in Russia and Syria, Turkey lost its rivalry with Iran to be China’s Middle Eastern pivot. Here’s how.
Iran, Turkey and China’s Middle Eastern Pivot
Indochina’s Troubled Year
May 28, 2014
Indochina’s Troubled Year
With a coup, a crash and a clash, it has been a rough 2014 so far for Indochina.
Indochina’s Troubled Year
Indonesia’s African Outreach
May 27, 2014
Indonesia’s African Outreach
A newly defined African presence could give Indonesia greater political and economic clout on the global stage.
Indonesia’s African Outreach
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