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Could China and Japan Work Together in East Africa?
March 20, 2014
Could China and Japan Work Together in East Africa?
Despite troubled relations at home, the two countries have a shared interest in Africa.
Could China and Japan Work Together in East Africa?
Japan’s Strategic Push with Turkey
March 18, 2014
Japan’s Strategic Push with Turkey
With few diplomatic openings in East Asia, Tokyo has been busy forging ties with Ankara.
Japan’s Strategic Push with Turkey
Chinese Foreign Policy: A New Era Dawns
March 17, 2014
Chinese Foreign Policy: A New Era Dawns
As its economic clout grows, Beijing is forging its own path in international relations.
Chinese Foreign Policy: A New Era Dawns
Three Hypotheses on Korea’s Intense Resentment of Japan
March 13, 2014
Three Hypotheses on Korea’s Intense Resentment of Japan
Another perspective on the troubled relations of the East Asian neighbors.
Three Hypotheses on Korea’s Intense Resentment of Japan
Ukraine – A Case for Chinese Involvement
March 10, 2014
Ukraine – A Case for Chinese Involvement
A Chinese scholar explains why Beijing may not want to sit this crisis out.
Ukraine – A Case for Chinese Involvement
East Asia’s Discourse Problem
March 07, 2014
East Asia’s Discourse Problem
The An Jung-geun memorial spat shows the problem of employing colonial monikers in a democratic age.
East Asia’s Discourse Problem
Sri Lanka’s Growing Links with China
March 06, 2014
Sri Lanka’s Growing Links with China
Trade, investment and a strategic Indian Ocean location bring the two countries closer together.
Sri Lanka’s Growing Links with China
Japan’s Uphill PR Battle
March 06, 2014
Japan’s Uphill PR Battle
China and South Korea mount a vigorous campaign abroad against revisionist thinking in Japan.
Japan’s Uphill PR Battle
Near East and Far East: Not So Distant
March 03, 2014
Near East and Far East: Not So Distant
The U.S. should not treat its Asia commitments as distinct from its role in the Middle East.
Near East and Far East: Not So Distant
The US, Iran, and Nuclear Negotiations
February 27, 2014
The US, Iran, and Nuclear Negotiations
The Diplomat speaks with Dr. Trita Parsi about the recent round of negotiations between the P5+1 and Iran.
The US, Iran, and Nuclear Negotiations
A U.S.-China Summit Diplomacy Rivalry
February 21, 2014
A U.S.-China Summit Diplomacy Rivalry
With a new summit this year, the U.S. can begin to compete with China for influence in Africa.
A U.S.-China Summit Diplomacy Rivalry
Why the Durand Line Matters
February 21, 2014
Why the Durand Line Matters
It is time for Kabul to accept the legality of the border.
Why the Durand Line Matters
Sochi Showcases Moscow’s Asian Influence
February 20, 2014
Sochi Showcases Moscow’s Asian Influence
Russia has a strong stake in Asia. The U.S. should recognize this.
Sochi Showcases Moscow’s Asian Influence
Troubled Waters: Indonesia’s Growing Maritime Disputes
February 19, 2014
Troubled Waters: Indonesia’s Growing Maritime Disputes
Indonesia has become embroiled in maritime disputes with neighbors like Singapore, Australia, and Papua New Guinea.
Troubled Waters: Indonesia’s Growing Maritime Disputes
Stand With Our Ally in Tokyo
February 18, 2014
Stand With Our Ally in Tokyo
For seven decades the US-Japan alliance has been the cornerstone of peace in Asia. Never has it been as vital as today.
Stand With Our Ally in Tokyo
A Code of Conduct for Space
February 17, 2014
A Code of Conduct for Space
The world needs to protect critical space infrastructure. The Asia-Pacific could lead the way.
A Code of Conduct for Space
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