April 21, 2015

China’s Military Developments and the U.S.-Japan Alliance

By: Project 2049 Institute In 2015, the Project 2049 Institute launched a program to focus on trends in China’s military advancements and how the U.S. and […]
April 10, 2015

SPECIAL: Sun Tzu Simplified: An Approach to Analyzing China’s Regional Military Strategies

By Dennis J Blasko | The Art of War by Sun Tzu can be summarized into what I call 1) the prime objective: to win without fighting and 2) the […]
April 8, 2015

Chinese Religious Regulations in the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region: A Veiled Threat to Turkic Muslims?

By: Julia Famularo Radical Islam constitutes a growing challenge in the immediate periphery of the People’s Republic of China (PRC) and beyond. Chinese Communist Party (CCP) […]
March 30, 2015

China’s Military Development and the U.S.-Japan Alliance

Friday, March 30, 2015 9 AM to 2:30 PM Location: Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, Choate Room 1779 Massachusetts Ave NW, Washington, DC 20036 The security […]
March 6, 2015

A Reverse Pivot: China’s New Grand Canal

By Samuel Krawitz | On December 22, 2014, a groundbreaking ceremony was held in the small city of Brito on the Pacific coast of Nicaragua, marking […]
February 27, 2015

Arming Ukraine: Lessons for Beijing

By Kelsey Broderick | If the current cease-fire agreement between the rebels and the Ukrainian government fails, as is looking increasingly likely as fighting continues, the United States […]
February 24, 2015

A Peculiar Panic: Russia’s S-400 SAM Sale to China

By Ian Easton | An excellent Defense News report came out late last year with word that Russia might soon sell its advanced S-400 surface to air missile […]
January 28, 2015

Sri Lanka’s Election: Implications for China and the U.S.

By Kelsey Broderick | The results of the January 8th presidential election in Sri Lanka took many by surprise, but the biggest shock may have been felt […]
December 16, 2014

Standing Watch: Taiwan and Maritime Domain Awareness in the Western Pacific

By: Ian Easton and Randall Schriver | This paper provides a preliminary assessment of Taiwan’s naval intelligence capabilities and evaluates its role in a future U.S.-led […]
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