Asia-Pacific


Beyond National Humiliation: Taiwanese Identity Transformed

Taiwan has traded in the Chinese narrative of national humiliation for a unique identity of its own.


The Panama Papers: Expanding the Divide

The Panama Papers have exposed global connections of wealth and power that will not be easily forgotten by the world’s citizenry


Camel Bells and Smoky Deserts

China’s plan to invigorate the deserts of Central Asia with capital from the East poses some risks but could largely benefit the region


Raising the Green Lantern

Examining potential for cooperation between China and India on emissions reduction and green technology


Shifting Tides in Sino-African Relations

China’s relationship with South Sudan exemplifies its complex economic and diplomatic engagement with sub-Saharan Africa.


Emerging Cracks in South Asian Nuclear Deterrence

While Pakistani military officials defend the decision to develop tactical nuclear missiles, international experts and foreign policy advisors warn about dangerous implications for South Asian stability.