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June 11, 2014
Categories:Asia, Central Asia, China, Diplomacy, Eurasia, Europe, Russia, South Korea, Southeast Asia, The United States, World Trends
Much Ado About Sino-Russian Relaions
May 17, 2014
Categories:Asia, Central Asia, China, Diplomacy, Eurasia, Europe, Russia, South Korea, Southeast Asia, Taiwan, The United States, World Trends
East Asia Is no Less Complex Than Ukraine on President Putin's Impending China Trip
April 23, 2014
Categories:China, Diplomacy, Economy, Eurasia, Europe, Japan Diary, Politics, Russia, The United States, World Economy
Japan and the Ukraine Crisis
April 12, 2014
Categories:Diplomacy, Europe, Politics, Russia, The United States, World Trends
Japan Looks at Ukraine and Fears Czechoslovakia,1948
March 22, 2014
Categories:China, Diplomacy, Eurasia, Europe, Russia, The United States, World Economy, World Trends
How Long Will Putin's Judo Diplomacy Keep Working? On Crimea
February 2, 2014
Categories:Asia, China, Diplomacy, Eurasia, Russia, South Korea, Southeast Asia, Taiwan, The United States, World Trends
Munich Security Conference Is Indivisible from Asia-Pacific
January 13, 2014
Categories:China, Diplomacy, Japan Diary, Taiwan
The Senkaku Capriccio
December 29, 2013
Categories:Asia, China, Diplomacy, Economy, Europe, Politics, Russia, South Korea, Southeast Asia, Taiwan, The Middle East, The United States, World Economy, World Trends
United States On the Way to Bottom Out
December 7, 2013
Categories:Asia, China, Diplomacy, Eurasia, Japan Diary, Russia, South Korea, Southeast Asia, Taiwan, The Middle East, The United States
Why Syria Makes Russia Rebalance Its Policy in Asia-Pacific
December 7, 2013
Categories:Asia, Central Asia, China, Diplomacy, Eurasia, Europe, Russia, South Korea, Southeast Asia, Taiwan, The Middle East, The United States, World Trends
A Tale of Two NATOs How Russia Can Cope With or Use Them
September 18, 2013
Categories:Africa, Central Asia, China, Diplomacy, Eurasia, Europe, Oceania, Politics, Russia, South Korea, Southeast Asia, Taiwan, The Middle East, The United States, World Trends
What Has and Has Not Changed After the U.S.-Russia Agreement on Syria
September 6, 2013
Categories:China, Diplomacy, Europe, Russia, South Korea, The Middle East, The United States, World Economy, World Trends, civilization
How to Save the G20 from Chasm
August 2, 2013
Categories:Asia, China, Diplomacy, Economy, Japan Diary, Politics, Society, South Korea, Southeast Asia, Taiwan, The United States, World Economy
Is Japan Back?--Yes, But What Kind of?
July 25, 2013
Categories:China, Diplomacy, Economy, Japan Diary, Politics, Russia, Society, South Korea, The United States
What North Korea Means for Japan?
July 22, 2013
Categories:Asia, China, Diplomacy, Economy, Europe, Japan Diary, Politics, Russia, Society, South Korea, Southeast Asia, Taiwan, The United States, World Economy
Abe's victory brings a stable government at least for three years
July 13, 2013
Categories:Asia, Central Asia, China, Diplomacy, Eurasia, Europe, Russia, South Korea, Southeast Asia, Taiwan, The Middle East, The United States, World Trends, civilization
For Whom the Democracy Tolls in Eurasia?
July 6, 2013
Categories:Central Asia, China, Diplomacy, Eurasia, Russia, South Korea, The United States, World Trends, civilization
Do Not Fixate Too Much on China's Surge
June 14, 2013
Categories:Asia, China, Diplomacy, Oceania, Russia, South Korea, Southeast Asia, Taiwan, The Middle East, The United States, World Economy, World Trends
Asia needs constant U.S. care to stay as her allies
May 3, 2013
Categories:Diplomacy, Japan Diary, Politics, Society, The United States
Abe's government is an asset for the U.S.
May 3, 2013
Categories:Asia, China, Diplomacy, Oceania, South Korea, Southeast Asia, Taiwan, The United States, World Economy, World Trends
The Senkaku may be simple rocks, but they may rock the U.S. presence in Asia