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Japan and Australia Huddle Up

Japan’s rise, and the reactions it provokes in capitals across the Pacific Rim is one of the key dynamics to watch as the Trump Administration gets its own footing in the region.

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Resetting the Thai Relationship?

As Thailand’s new King oversees a complex transition, is a reboot with the U.S. in the cards?

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South Korean Pol Wants to Pivot Away from US

As most people fret about how the European Union is being torn to shreds, more ominous developments are taking shape in a far more combustible part of the world.

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Philippines Draws A Line on South China Sea

Is this a non-starter for China?

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Thanks to Cambodia, China Blocks ASEAN Censure Effort

Last week, China promised Cambodia $600 million. This week, Cambodia returned the favor.

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New Filipino President Wants Less Cozy Relations with America

China’s ears pricked up.

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Australia Closes in on Sub Deal with Japan

The deal seems more consistent with Australia’s China policy than it did last fall.

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Beijing Takes Control of Pakistan Port

China expects to rely more and more on maritime trade.

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India Putting Down Roots in Contested Territory

Many of today’s most consequential geopolitical questions are about who should control territory.

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Japan Pulls Ahead of China in Bid for Indian Rail Deal

The contract would be a big economic and political victory for Japan, which has been looking for opportunities to challenge China’s position as a leading international developer.

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Risky Business

The Long March toward a Chinese meltdown continues.

Make NATO Great Again

Is this the Trump effect?

Terror in the Philippines

The Philippine president cut short his Russia trip to deal with a terrorist outbreak at home.

The Nork's Nukes

As North Korea’s missile progress proceeds apace, the U.S. is coming ever closer to a binary choice: war with North Korea or acceptance of its deterrent.

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A state-run insurance system would cost more than California spends on all other public services—education, police, pensions, and more—combined.

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How close are renewables to a shale-like boom?

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