April 16, 2012

Chinese Reactions to Taiwan Arms Sales

By: U.S.-Taiwan Business Council and Project 2049 Institute | Past behavior indicates that China is unlikely to challenge any fundamental U.S. interests in response to any […]
March 22, 2012

Burma in the Balance: The Role of Foreign Assistance in Burma’s Democratic Transition

By: Kelly Currie | The historic constraints on donor interventions in Burma—whether self-imposed sanctions or regime-imposed barriers—are increasingly giving way to a sense of heightened optimism […]
November 11, 2011

The Chinese People’s Liberation Army Signals Intelligence and Cyber Reconnaissance Infrastructure

By: Mark Stokes, Jenny Lin, and Russell Hsiao | This study offers a tentative baseline for assessing the GSD Third Department, affiliated Technical Reconnaissance Bureaus (TRBs), […]
August 30, 2011

Asian Alliances in the 21st Century

By: Dan Blumenthal with Randall Schriver, Mark Stokes, Russell Hsiao, and Michael Mazza | Washington’s policy since the Nixon administration has been to welcome China into […]
August 29, 2011

Air Power Trends in Northeast Asia: Implications for Japan and the U.S.-Japan Alliance

By: Mark Stokes and Oriana Skylar Mastro | The shifting balance of aerospace power in Northeast Asia is creating an increasingly uncertain strategic environment for Japan. […]
June 13, 2011

The Police Challenge: Advancing Afghan National Police Training

By: Afghan National Police Working Group & the Project 2049 Institute | Afghanistan continues to be roiled by conflict after nearly a decade of U.S. involvement. Approaching a transition […]
May 23, 2011

Taiwan, the People’s Liberation Army, and the Struggle with Nature

By: Mark Stokes and Tiffany Ma | Taiwan must manage some of the world’s most severe and complex security challenges. A vision for national security preparedness […]
March 25, 2011

China and Pakistan: Emerging Strains in the Entente Cordiale

By: Isaac B. Kardon | Despite perceptions in Washington and New Delhi that China enjoys unique privileges and exercises inordinate influence in Pakistan, Beijing has shown […]
February 23, 2011

China’s Electronic Intelligence (ELINT) Satellite Developments: Implications for U.S. Air and Naval Operations

By: Ian Easton and Mark Stokes | A review of authoritative Chinese writings indicate that the People’s Republic of China is researching, developing, testing, and deploying […]
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