July 19, 2017

1984 with Chinese Characteristics: How China Rewrites History

By: Emily David | Watch video of conference here.    General Secretary Xi Jinping’s ‘China Dream’ is rooted in principles of “socialism with Chinese characteristics” with the goal […]
June 28, 2017

Bolstering Taiwan’s Last Line of Defense

By: Ian Easton and Dee Wu | Taiwan has a big problem. In 2016, the People’s Republic of China (PRC) began a sweeping reorganization of its military with the […]
May 30, 2017

Can Cambodia Make Electoral History This Week?

By: Rachael Burton | This article was originally published in RealClear World (May 30, 2017).   On June 4, the people of Cambodia will line up to vote in […]
April 26, 2017

The Chinese Communist Party’s Censorship Practices and Future Implications

By: Emily David | Conventional wisdom surrounding the Chinese Communist Party’s (CCP) censorship practices involve two main principles: 1) the CCP aims to remove all negative commentary […]
April 6, 2017

Trump Must Boost Taiwan Arms Sales Now

By: Ian Easton | Presidents George W. Bush and Barack Obama both failed to make available to Taiwan the arms needed to mount a credible self-defense. President […]
April 3, 2017

20 Years Later: Reevaluating the Taiwan Policy Review

By: Annabel Virella | In 1994, the Clinton Administration completed a comprehensive interagency review of U.S. policy toward Taiwan (the Republic of China, ROC), the first of […]
March 14, 2017

Inscribing the Tiananmen Massacre on UNESCO’s Memory of the World

By: Sebra Yen | The Project 2049 Institute sat down with Dr. Han Lianchao for an interview on his Tiananmen-UNESCO Project entitled, “Inscribing the Tiananmen Massacre on UNESCO’s Memory […]
March 7, 2017

Taiwan’s Anti-Invasion Strategy: Elevating Defense Capabilities from Crisis to Wartime

By Ian Easton |  Various sources from within the People’s Republic of China have allegedly suggested that time is running out for Taiwan’s democracy. In their narrative, China’s iron-fisted leader, […]
January 18, 2017

Shifting Russian-PRC Relations and its Implications for Mongolian Foreign Policy

By: Charles Emmett | Mongolia has long been a place of interest for foreigners.  From the early 13th century until the fall of the Yuan Dynasty, the Mongols ruled over the […]
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