Richard Weitz Senior Fellow, Hudson Institute
Jul 10 , 2013
The recent meeting between South Korean and Chinese officials was welcomed by the United States. However, all parties should remain conscious of the delicate issues at hand, including rising Japanese nationalism, these state of the Chinese economy, the stability of the Korean Peninsula.
James Holmes Professor, US Naval War College
Jul 04 , 2013
The dispute over territory in the South China Sea has become a flashpoint for Asian regional politics. China’s policy has used both big and small-stick diplomacy to assert its claim to the region. In doing so, it has formed a new normality for the region.
Chen Jimin Associate Research Fellow, CPC Party School
May 18 , 2013
The state of security in Northeast Asia will be counteractive to the state of Sino-US relations. Thus, increased cooperation in Northeast Asia will also provide a favorable opportunity and important platform to cultivate a new type of relations between China and the United States.
Su Xiaohui Deputy Director of Int'l & Strategic Studies, CIIS
May 11 , 2013
As the United States continues its rebalance toward the Asia-Pacific, Southeast Asian nations continue to rely upon US influence and military strength to counterbalance China. However, China’s regional power continues to grow and the economic incentives for aligning with China far outweigh those pushing nations toward the US.
Ruan Zongze VP, China Institute of Int'l Studies
May 07 , 2013
ASEAN must stop its members from fanning trouble to ensure ties between China and Southeast Asian countries prosper.
Ted Galen Carpenter Senior Fellow, Cato Institute
Apr 24 , 2013
Throughout the recent tensions on the Korean Peninsula, it is often forgot that South Korea had an active nuclear program during the 1970s under Park Chung-hee. Given the provocations of Kim Jong-un, Ted Carpenter discusses the implications of a nuclear South Korea.
Troy Stangarone Senior Director, Korea Economic Institute of America
Apr 08 , 2013
Under the newly elected leadership of Park Geun-hye, South Korea is poised to transform its relations with China and North Korea through increased engagement.
Doug Bandow Senior Fellow, Cato Institute
Jan 04 , 2013
As the relationships between China and its neighbors deteriorate, Doug Bandow argues that the Sino-US relationship has never been as important.
Liu Junhong Researcher, Chinese Institute of Contemporary Int'l Relations
Nov 30 , 2012
The 21st ASEAN Summit closed in Phnom Penh on November 20th after achieving breakthroughs in regional cooperation, such as the start of talks on the Regional Co
Justin Logan Director, Cato Institute
Nov 30 , 2012
For years, the one constant in Japanese politics has been instability. So perhaps it’s not surprising to see wildly unstable and conflicting statements ab