Asia

By Nicole Golliher
Contributing Writer
October 21, 2014

Though offensive realists overestimate the likelihood of Sino-American conflict, the United States must still take steps to guard against a Chinese push for regional hegemony.

By Shiyun Lu
Contributing Writer
October 14, 2014

The Chinese government’s reaction to pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong will have direct implications for China’s internal development and its future role in the region.

By Rongfei Gou
Contributing Writer
October 7, 2014

Chinese military modernization is a strictly defensive move taken in response to aggressive neighboring states.

By Alyssa Leone
Contributor
June 23, 2014

Japanese reinstatement of its whaling programs—against the ruling of the International Court of Justice—will undermine the legitimacy of Japan as a credible and reliable international actor.

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