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The Return of Dr. Strangelove
August 20, 2012

The Return of Dr. Strangelove

How fiscal austerity will push the United States towards nuclear arms and cyber-warfare.

The China Choice: A Bold Vision for U.S.-China Relations
August 17, 2012

The China Choice: A Bold Vision for U.S.-China Relations

Instead of maintaining a dangerous status-quo, Washington should attempt a new approach to avoid a possible deadly strategic rivalry.

The Resurgence of the U.S.- Japan Relationship
August 13, 2012

The Resurgence of the U.S.- Japan Relationship

While some focus on recent tensions, Tokyo and Washington have been quietly strengthening their security alliance.

Evolutionary or Revolutionary? Japan's Defense Strategy
August 11, 2012

Evolutionary or Revolutionary? Japan's Defense Strategy

Despite criticism – with some stating Tokyo has its eye on nuclear weapons – Japanese security thinking has changed only incrementally.

Why a U.S.-China 'Grand Bargain' in Asia Would Fail
August 10, 2012

Why a U.S.-China 'Grand Bargain' in Asia Would Fail

A new book argues for a ‘concert of powers’ to enhance stability while conceding to Beijing a ‘sphere of influence’. It would be a mistake.

Superpower Denied? Why China's 'Rise' May Have Already Peaked
August 09, 2012

Superpower Denied? Why China's 'Rise' May Have Already Peaked

How a toxic mix of economic, demographic, environmental, political, and international challenges could end China’s ascent.

Iran Hedges its Bets in Afghanistan
August 07, 2012

Iran Hedges its Bets in Afghanistan

Despite their sectarian divide and history, Tehran may be courting the Taliban to bolster its ability to retaliate from a possible strike on its nuclear program.

The Case for Continued Engagement with Iran
August 02, 2012

The Case for Continued Engagement with Iran

Negotiations between Iran and the West have not led to a deal, but engagement is still the most promising way to end the nuclear impasse.

Can a New 'NATO' Deter Iran?
July 31, 2012

Can a New 'NATO' Deter Iran?

Could a strong U.S. led alliance network be the answer to regional security in the Persian Gulf?

Managing the Endgame in Syria
July 29, 2012

Managing the Endgame in Syria

Despite Russian and Chinese diplomatic maneuvers and a lack of Western intervention, the likely collapse of the Assad regime may be a regional game changer.

How Drama on the High Seas Could Spark a U.S-Iran War
July 28, 2012

How Drama on the High Seas Could Spark a U.S-Iran War

A recent incident with Indian fishermen shows how easily Iran and the U.S. could slip into a conflict neither wants but may find hard to avoid.

The Interview: Joseph S. Nye
July 26, 2012

The Interview: Joseph S. Nye

Will China change its stance on Syria or in the South China Sea? What is the future of cyberwarfare? Can America’s shift to the Pacific find success?

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