Asia

By David WIlson
Contributor
April 22, 2013

With the U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan approaching, the United States and China must put their differences aside and cooperate on building a stable Afghanistan.

By Bradley Martin
Contributor
March 25, 2013

North Korea remains a threat to the United States and South Korea, and policy options are limited.

By Sungtae “Jacky” Park
Senior Staff Writer
November 12, 2012

China is about to undergo a change in leadership that is expected to be less powerful than its predecessor.

By Sungtae "Jacky" Park
Contributor

There have been signs of minor economic reforms in North Korea, but without meaningful security guarantees from the United States, extensive reforms are unlikely.

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