June 24, 2009

The Great Game in Space: China’s Evolving ASAT Weapons Programs and Their Implications for Future U.S. Strategy

By: Ian Easton | If there is a great power war in this century, it will not begin with the sound of explosions on the ground […]
June 22, 2009

The Taiwan Quadrennial Defense Review: Implications for U.S. – Taiwan Relations

By: Julia M. Famularo | Although the recent cross-Strait political climate has improved, the People’s Republic of China (PRC) has steadfastly refused to renounce the use […]
June 22, 2009

China and Congo’s Coltan Connection

By: Tiffany Ma | For almost 10 years, conflict minerals have sustained a devastating war in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) that has led to […]
January 29, 2009

The U.S.-Japan Alliance: President Obama’s First 100 Days

By: Randall Schriver and Mark Stokes | Befitting for a prominent ally, Secretary of State Hilary Clinton waited only a day to establish communication with her […]
August 20, 2008

Evolving Capabilities of the People’s Liberation Army: Consequences of Coercive Aerospace Power for U.S. Conventional Deterrence

By: Randall Schriver and Mark Stokes | How the PRC could apply force as an instrument of national power may be more significant than specific technical […]
July 31, 2008

Memo to the Next President: The Inheritance in Asia and the Challenges and Opportunities for Your Presidency

By: Randall Schriver and Mark Stokes | It is very likely that events in the Asia-Pacific region more than any other region will have the greatest […]
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