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Actually, It Was the Philippines That Bungled the Crisis with Taiwan
May 28, 2013

Actually, It Was the Philippines That Bungled the Crisis with Taiwan

Responding to a recent piece in The Diplomat, Dennis Halpin argues that the missteps were Manila’s.

May 24, 2013

The US Marine Corps in the Pivot to the Pacific

The centerpiece of the U.S. Pivot to the Pacific, the Marines are moving forward.

May 23, 2013

Tehran’s Designs on Afghanistan

Evidence from Herat and elsewhere suggests a growing – and at times deadly – Iranian influence over its eastern neighbor.

Deleterious Neglect: Will the U.S. Navy Surrender Maritime Asia?
May 20, 2013

Deleterious Neglect: Will the U.S. Navy Surrender Maritime Asia?

Unchallenged for decades, and facing budget cuts, the U.S. Navy risks losing its capability to challenge the PLA in its near seas.

Taiwan's Military Flexes its Muscles
May 12, 2013

Taiwan's Military Flexes its Muscles

A story in photos: The recent Han Kuang series of exercises was a serious display of Taiwan’s military power.

Don’t Sweat the Closure of Kaesong
May 12, 2013

Don’t Sweat the Closure of Kaesong

By Robert E. Kelly
Although a symbol of inter-Korean cooperation, the once noble Kaesong experiment has long been a failure.

Pentagon Report Reveals Chinese Military Developments
May 08, 2013

Pentagon Report Reveals Chinese Military Developments

Last year’s annual report on Chinese military developments was widely criticized. What does the 2013 version offer?

Breaking Down Australia's Defense White Paper 2013
May 07, 2013

Breaking Down Australia's Defense White Paper 2013

Australia has set out to define its military strategy — with China and the U.S. very much in mind. Rory Medcalf from the Lowy Institute gives us his take.

America's Pivot to Asia: A Report Card
May 05, 2013

America's Pivot to Asia: A Report Card

The pivot is a smart policy which is more nuanced than most people realize. But its China blind spot could be its undoing.

"Red Lines" On Iran: Not So Black and White
May 04, 2013

"Red Lines" On Iran: Not So Black and White

Amid the proliferation of red lines, the important ones are at risk of being opaque or even unintelligible in Tehran.

May 03, 2013

America and the South China Sea Challenge

America must make hard choices and put forth the effort necessary to ensure that the S. China Sea remains peaceful in 2013 and beyond.

A Complex Calculus: China's North Korea Dilemma
April 30, 2013

A Complex Calculus: China's North Korea Dilemma

It remains in Beijing’s self-interest to provide aid to Pyongyang. The alternatives, like a North Korean collapse, could be far worse.

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