Asia (Summer 2015)

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    The Pyongyang-Tehran Proliferation Problem

    Peter Brookes and Rachel Zissimos
    Without question, the various activities of North Korea and Iran are worrisome enough individually for American interests that the prospects of them working together...

    Countersurge: China’s Rise and U.S. Policy Goals

    Robert Bebber Summer 2015
    Many analysts argue that China will supplant the United States as the dominant world power, or at least soon emerge as a peer superpower...

    ONI Reveals Massive Chinese Naval Buildup

    Bill Gertz
    The Office of Naval Intelligence, in its first unclassified assessment of the Chinese navy in six years, revealed deployment of the new YJ-18 supersonic...

    Letter from the Publisher

    Matthew Brooks Summer 2015
    China is the proverbial elephant in Asia. What it does, how and whether it even means to do it rightly occupies a great deal...

    “Global Commons”

    Ambassador Jon Huntsman Summer 2015
    inFOCUS: Have we actually realigned our policies, military and otherwise, to focus more heavily on Asia? And secondly, how does that make the people...

    Japan Steps Out

    Michael J. Green Summer 2015
    Twenty-six years ago when I was a graduate student at Tokyo University, I escorted and translated for the French international relations scholar Dominique Moisi....

    Of Monarchs and Military Men: Thailand & Burma

    Kelley Currie Summer 2015
    In late April of this year, villagers foraging for mushrooms in the southern Thai jungles stumbled across a filthy, ragged, and emaciated man who...

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