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Kevin Rudd's op-ed in The New York Times on how the West should approach China now that Xi Jinping will be at the helm for the foreseeable future.
Wendy Cutler on the implications of the finalized Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) agreement for the U.S., the Asia-Pacific region, and the world.
Daniel Russel appears on Pod Save the World to discuss reports that North Korea is willing to begin negotiations with the U.S. about abandoning its nuclear weapons.
Wendy Cutler describes the implications of the Trump administration's proposed tariffs on steel and aluminum on the United States' economic and strategic partnerships.
A Q&A with ASPI President Kevin Rudd who is going to school on the Chinese president.
President Trump's proposed tariffs could have unintended consequences, says ASPI Vice President Wendy Cutler.

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