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Kevin Rudd writes that Xi has an iron grip on power and a strategy to reach global preeminence.
Daniel Russel discusses how the 45th president has managed Asia policy since taking office and previews Trump's upcoming trip to the continent.
Wendy Cutler says the Trump administration is wrong to make trade deficits the main metric and objective in trade negotiations.
A former high-ranking North Korean official says Kim Jong Un has privately lobbed some strong insults at China's president.
Jackson Ewing explains China's nascent emissions scheme in the Harvard report "Market Mechanisms and the Paris Agreement."
Daniel Russel tells PBS Newshour that with Rohingya crisis, "the starting point may be outrage, but we can’t stop there."

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At the UN, President Trump again flirted with jettisoning the Iran nuclear deal, which may hinder reforms in the country that he wants to see.
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As the Indian prime minister prepares to meet with President Trump, the Asia Society Policy Institute discusses what's at stake.
Sue Mi Terry says recent meetings with North Korean officials reemphasized the country's commitment to its nuclear weapons program.

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