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Is Japan Back in the 'Great Power' Ring?
How will Japan navigate its relations with the US and China as it re-engages with the world militarily?
2018/05/17 | The Conversation
When Dictators Fall, Who Replaces Them?
A global glance at the future of authoritarianism.
2018/05/17 | AsiaGlobal Online
ANALYSIS: ASEAN's Place in the Quad-China Face-off
As each ASEAN country has its own position on China and the Quad, Southeast Asia risks being torn between great powers.
2018/05/15 | The Interpreter
Taking the Measure of China's New Aircraft Carrier
China's first homegrown aircraft carrier lags US counterparts but complements its area denial and blue water navy strategies.
2018/05/14 | Policy Forum
India Lays the Groundwork for a Military Industrial Complex
Defense procurement is a murky business in India, but one thing is certain: The country wants to make more of its own weapons.
ANALYSIS: Taiwan and the Nine-Dash Line
The ROC was the first to draw the maritime claim, but has since stayed strategically silent on the issue.
OPINION: China Holds Key to Dodging US Sanctions in Iran
The stakes in the battle to save the Iranian nuclear deal go far beyond a belief that the agreement is serving its purpose in curbing potential Iranian nuclear ambitions.
2018/05/08 | Michael Beltran
PHILIPPINES: Trust, Sincerity, the Rebels and Duterte
Is the need to arrest a slide in the polls pushing Duterte back to negotiations with communist guerrillas?
2018/05/03 | TIME
OPINION: North Korean Denuclearization Remains a Long Shot
North Korea's clocks may have moved forward to match those in the South, but the nuclear doomsday ticker still hovers close to midnight.