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February 07, 2015

Mackinder Revisited: Will China Establish Eurasian Empire 3.0?

By Artyom Lukin
China has emerged as a new contender for control over Mackinder’s “Heartland.”
February 03, 2015

Eurasia: The Hype of Continentalism

By Jeffrey S. Payne
‘Analysts should not allow geopolitical possibility to overshadow the divisive conflicts that exist throughout Eurasia.’

January 30, 2015

China’s Alternative Diplomacy

By Zheng Wang
China has just made its biggest foreign policy adjustment in 25 years.

January 30, 2015

What You Need to Know About Obama's Trip to India

By Shannon Tiezzi
Recapping Barack Obama's historic trip to India.

January 29, 2015

China: Embracing Africa, But Not Africans

By Paul R. Burgman Jr.
The next step for Beijing in its Africa relations is better people-to-people relations.
January 25, 2015

A Game Changer for China and India in Sri Lanka?

By Kabir Taneja
India may be celebrating the election result in Sri Lanka, but China is in the region for the long haul.

January 20, 2015

Nepal and the Great Power Courtship

By Manish Gyawali
No longer treated as a peripheral concern, Nepal is receiving overtures from both China and India.
January 14, 2015

Kachin and China’s Troubled Border

By Brent Crane
The Kachin conflict is a thorn in China’s side as it tries to manage its relations with Myanmar.

January 13, 2015

2015 Predictions for East Asia

By Robert E. Kelly
It looks set to be another year of repetitive, uninspiring status quo.

January 09, 2015

Russia’s Waning Soft Power in Central Asia

By Stephen Blank
The Russian language is fading in the region, and there seems little Moscow can do about it.

January 09, 2015

What To Do About – Or With – Russia?

By Walter C. Clemens Jr.
Each of the options has its own problems.
January 03, 2015

Russian Sanctions, China, and the Arctic

By Andreas Kuersten
Russia’s souring relations with the West have given China an Arctic opening.

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