Trump And The South China Sea: Doing The Right Thing For The Wrong Reasons

    By Mark J. Valencia May. 19, 2017
    It appears that Trump has paused criticism and actions against China in exchange for its assistance in dealing with North Korea’s nuclear program. This transactional approach means that his foreign policy is negotiable and not based on principles.  

    Cambodia’s Debt: Prudent to Look for Diversified Sources

    By Sovinda Po and Veasna Var on May. 22, 2017

    South Korea’s Presidential Election and its Implications

    By Tai Wei Lim on May. 18, 2017

    Are Japan-China Relations Stagnating?

    By Ichiro Inoue on May. 16, 2017
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Cambodia’s Debt: Prudent to Look for Diversified Sources
Economy,Southeast Asia

Cambodia’s Debt: Prudent to Look for Diversified Sources

Some Cambodian scholars have commented that the country’s debt situation is manageable. However, one should take proactive measures to tackle the unpredictable backlash which could potentially derive from debt.  
By Sovinda Po and Veasna Var   |  May.22, 2017  |  0 comments Read more...
Trump And The South China Sea: Doing The Right Thing For The Wrong Reasons
Politics,Hotspots

Trump And The South China Sea: Doing The Right Thing For The Wrong Reasons

It appears that Trump has paused criticism and actions against China in exchange for its assistance in dealing with North Korea’s nuclear program. This transactional approach means that his foreign policy is negotiable and not based on principles.  
By Mark J. Valencia  |  May.19, 2017  |  0 comments Read more...

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Are Japan-China Relations Stagnating?
Politics,Society,East Asia

Are Japan-China Relations Stagnating?

Sino-Japanese relations have been deteriorating since the outbreak of the territorial dispute over the Senkaku/Diaoyu Islands in September 2012. Today, although the worst seems to be over, the bilateral relationship remains deadlocked.
By Ichiro Inoue   |  May.16, 2017  |  0 comments Read more...
The Pakistan Factor in India-Turkey Relations
Politics,South Asia

The Pakistan Factor in India-Turkey Relations

Although India and Turkey have enjoyed civilizational and geo-cultural relations since recorded history, the relations between both countries have been paralyzed due to the Pakistan factor in the post-colonial era.
By Bawa Singh   |  May.15, 2017  |  0 comments Read more...
Implications of Trump’s Flip-Flop on the South China Sea
Politics,Hotspots

Implications of Trump’s Flip-Flop on the South China Sea

US President Donald Trump’s flip-flopping policy regarding China’s claims and actions in the South China Sea have fundamental implications for the security paradigm in the region and perhaps beyond.
By Mark J. Valencia   |  May.12, 2017  |  0 comments Read more...
The French Presidential Election and the Long War on Fake News
Cyberspace

The French Presidential Election and the Long War on Fake News

Fake news was a prominent problem in the recent French presidential election campaign. In the days before the first round of the election, researchers from Oxford University found that fake news comprised up to “one-quarter of the political links shared on Twitter in France.”
By Alvin Cheng-Hin Lim  |  May.11, 2017  |  0 comments Read more...
The ASEAN Community: A Lofty Historical Challenge
Politics,Economy,Southeast Asia

The ASEAN Community: A Lofty Historical Challenge

The most important area in which ASEAN can contribute is to bring about the ASEAN Community with cultures and historical backgrounds different from those of the European Union. The new global conditions present Southeast Asia with opportunities and challenges.
By Michael S. H. Heng   |  May.09, 2017  |  1 comments Read more...
Trump’s First 100 Days: US Diplomacy in East Asia
Politics,East Asia

Trump’s First 100 Days: US Diplomacy in East Asia

The Trump administration in its first 100 days has indicated its obligations to its network of allies and friends by focusing on mitigating or resolving the nuclear crisis in North Korea. The US is also working with China in contributing to the resolution of the standoff.
By Tai Wei Lim  |  May.08, 2017  |  0 comments Read more...
Will Taiwanese Sacrifice Themselves for Their Country?
Politics,East Asia

Will Taiwanese Sacrifice Themselves for Their Country?

Cao Changqing is a commentator in Taiwan who often sides with the Democratic Progressive Party in criticizing China. Would he be willing to be the first martyr to die for the sake of creating the Republic of Taiwan? It is very, very doubtful.
By Peter Kien-hong Yu   |  May.05, 2017  |  0 comments Read more...
The Threat of a Nuclear War Today
Security,East Asia

The Threat of a Nuclear War Today

With 14,900 nuclear weapons in the world, Global Zero reports that “even a minor nuclear conflict — one that uses only a fraction of the nuclear weapons currently in existence — could wreak havoc on the global climate and affect billions of people.”  
By Wen Xin Lim   |  May.04, 2017  |  0 comments Read more...

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Cambodia’s Debt: Prudent to Look for Diversified Sources

Cambodia’s Debt: Prudent to Look for Diversified Sources

South Korea’s Presidential Election and its Implications

South Korea’s Presidential Election and its Implications

The French Presidential Election and the Long War on Fake News

The French Presidential Election and the Long War on Fake News

Are Japan-China Relations Stagnating?

Are Japan-China Relations Stagnating?

Harmony in a World of Contradictions

Harmony in a World of Contradictions

Functionalism and Global Cooperation

Functionalism and Global Cooperation

The Global Ransomware Outbreak and the Challenge for Cybersovereignty

The Global Ransomware Outbreak and the Challenge for Cybersovereignty

Conceptualizing the Belt and Road Initiative as an International Regime

Conceptualizing the Belt and Road Initiative as an International Regime

Trump’s First 100 Days: US Diplomacy in East Asia

Trump’s First 100 Days: US Diplomacy in East Asia

The Maritime Silk Road in World History

The Maritime Silk Road in World History

China’s Mega-Urbanization Woes

China’s Mega-Urbanization Woes

The Governing Logic of the Chinese Communist Party

The Governing Logic of the Chinese Communist Party

The ASEAN Community: A Lofty Historical Challenge

The ASEAN Community: A Lofty Historical Challenge

Implications of Trump’s Flip-Flop on the South China Sea

Implications of Trump’s Flip-Flop on the South China Sea

Three Recent State Visits and India’s Act East Policy

Three Recent State Visits and India’s Act East Policy

Governing Shanghai: The International Regimes Dimension

Governing Shanghai: The International Regimes Dimension

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