Senior Fellow, Hudson Institute
Sep 05 , 2012
During his stopover in Japan earlier this month, US Defense Secretary Leon Panetta announced that the United States and Japan would construct a second advanced missile defense radar in Japan, drawing concern and condemnation from China. However, strategies exist to allay Chinese concerns while also bolstering regional cooperation.
Aug 13 , 2012
China’s involvement in South America has increased rapidly in the past decade, with the PRC playing a substantial role in shaping South America’s socioeconomic development.
Jul 09 , 2012
China’s growing economic and military role in global affairs raises the question as to why the PRC is not a member of the G8, the group of the influential indu
May 25 , 2012
China and Russia conducted their first official bilateral naval exercise (variously referred to as “Sea Interaction 2012” or “Maritime Cooperation 2012”) fr
Apr 25 , 2012
The majority of discussions at the April 2012 U.S. Army War College’s 23rd annual Strategy Conference focused on the rise of China and the People’s Liberation Army. Despite U.S. concerns over a lack of transparency in China’s military, the 23rd annual Strategy Conference agreed the ties linking China and the U.S. make future conflicts unlikely.
Mar 26 , 2012
Chinese officials have joined other foreign governments in opposing North Korea’s plans to test a long-range rocket that could also serve as a delivery vehicle
Mar 01 , 2012
One thing any visitor to Kazakhstan notices is how prominent China has become to Kazakhstani thinking. Kazakhstan’s goals regarding China include obtaining a
Dec 12 , 2011
Iran has been hit with new Western sanctions that target Iran’s banks, oil and gas industry, and petrochemical industry. These sanctions followed the release o
Oct 18 , 2011
The People’s Republic of China (PRC) looks set to become an increasingly prominent global arms seller thanks to its improving defense industry. Given the probl
Sep 07 , 2011
The political disorders sweeping through North Africa and the Middle East, following last year’s civil strife in Kyrgyzstan, have intensified international concerns about Central Asia’s security at a time when the region has become an increasingly important transit route through which NATO supplies reach the International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) in Afghanistan.