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How the North Korea Nuclear Crisis Is a 'Game of Chicken'

Ambassador Chung-in Moon says that despite deterrence, defense, and sanctions, a lack of dialogue hinders progress in solving Asia's most intractable diplomatic problem. more
Residents look up at a big screen TV in front of Pyongyang railway station showing television presenter Ri Chun-Hee officially announcing that the country successfully tested a nuclear warhead earlier in the day on September 9, 2016. (Kim Won-Jin/AFP/Getty)

North Korean Nuclear Test Complicates Quest for East Asian Regional Security

Friday's incident is certain to raise tensions on the Korean Peninsula. more
UN 2030: Rebuilding Order in a Fragmenting World
In his capacity as Chair of The Independent Commission on Multilateralism, ASPI President Kevin Rudd published a report with recommendations for the next UN Secretary General. more
Lindsey Ford on Malaysia's New Security Law and the Lack of a 'Silver Bullet' Against Terrorism
ASPI's Director for Asian Security, Lindsey Ford spoke with CCTV in August 2016 about Malaysia's new security law and the difficulty of balancing security and civil liberties when governments attempt to fight terrorism. more
U.S. President Barack Obama and Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong of Singapore review the troops during official welcoming ceremonies on the South Lawn of the White House on August 2, 2016 in Washington, DC . (Pete Marovich-Pool/Getty Images)
Anchoring the Pivot: Lee’s Visit Highlights U.S.-Singapore Security Ties
Following Prime Minister Lee Hsein Yoong’s state visit to the United States, Lindsey Ford writes that Singapore has quietly become the United States' "go-to Southeast Asian partner" due to their strong security ties. more

Towards an Asia-Pacific Community (Complete)

Asia Society Policy Institute President Kevin Rudd participated in a panel discussion on the future of a new regional security institution. more