July 6, 2013

Managing Expectations in the U.S.-Japan Alliance: U.S. and Japanese Perspectives

By: Randall Schriver and Sugio Takahashi | As a participant in the Armitage-Nye process, I am associated with a set of policy recommendations that have been […]
June 4, 2013

Securing U.S. Interests and Values in the Asia-Pacific

By: The Asia-Pacific Strategy Working Group | In late 2011, the President announced his “deliberate and strategic decision” that “as a Pacific nation, the United States […]
June 3, 2013

Assessing Japan’s National Defense: Toward a New Security Paradigm in the Asia-Pacific

By: Ian Easton and Randall Schriver | Profound strategic changes are unfolding that have the potential to transform the fabric of the international system. It is […]
March 11, 2013

The Chinese People’s Liberation Army’s Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Project: Organizational Capacities and Operational Capabilities

By: Ian Easton and L.C. Russell Hsiao | Revolutionary advances in unmanned technologies and the prospects offered by unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) in surveillance, targeting and […]
October 29, 2012

Countering Chinese Cyber Operations: Opportunities and Challenges for U.S. Interests

By: Mark Stokes and L.C. Russell Hsiao Chinese cyber espionage poses an advanced persistent threat to U.S. national and economic security. Groups operating from PRC territory […]
April 26, 2012

China’s Evolving Space Capabilities: Implications for U.S. Interests

By: Mark Stokes and Dean Cheng prepared for the United States Economic and Security Review Commission | Over the next 10-15 years, China is likely to […]
April 20, 2012

Japan’s Global Engagement

By: Randall Schriver and Isabella Mroczkowski | In the aftermath of 11 March 2011, Japan’s frequent political turnovers, and the country’s soaring government debt, the conventional […]
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 […]
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