Understanding China's definition of its "core interests" is the key to its territorial disputes with several neighbors, writes Fudan University's Shen Dingli.
December 26th by Shen Dingli |
Fire and brimstone foreign policy rhetoric may play well for some on the campaign trail, but such talk is dangerous, writes Debra Eisenman.
December 26th by Debra Eisenman |
New configurations don't have to be a zero-sum game in which America loses because China and India rise, writes Vishakha Desai.
December 26th by Vishakha N. Desai |
From the killing of Osama bin Laden to the devastating earthquake and tsunami in Japan, 2011 was marked by Asian events that shaped the world's news.
December 23rd by Shreeya Sinha |
It is crucial not to overlook things that happen elsewhere that change the state of play within Chinese political life, writes Jeffrey Wasserstrom.
December 22nd by Jeffrey Wasserstrom |
U.S. schools are beginning to see the value in teaching the world's most commonly spoken language. And hopefully the reasons are not just economic, writes Chris Livaccari.
December 22nd by Chris Livaccari |
A century after leading intellectuals first articulated a notion of Asian identity, it has the potential to become true.
December 22nd by Vishakha N. Desai |
The internet giant released its annual survey of popular global search terms. Find out what people and events ranked highest in China, India, Japan, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, and more.
December 21st by Shreeya Sinha |
Documentary filmmaker Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy offers a rundown of major cultural events in Pakistan over the past twelve months.
December 21st by Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy |
In 2011, the Obama administration learned to love the twin pillars of postwar American Asia policy — free trade and a network of strong bilateral security pacts — all over again, writes John Ciorciari.
December 21st by John Ciorciari |