Book Review: Has China Won? The Chinese Challenge to American Primacy
Kishore Mahbubani challenges America to think the unthinkable -- that China might win!
What Does the Quad Summit Signal for US’s Relationships with Asian Countries?
The recent Quad summit was President Biden’s first major foreign policy initiative.
‘In the dragon’s shadow: Southeast Asia in the Chinese century’
The emergence of a more powerful and belligerent China poses the most serious foreign policy challenge that the Southeast Asian region has faced in a generation.
Book Review: The Invention of China
According to Bill Hayton, the modern Chinese state was constructed, or “invented,” at the end of the Qing Dynasty, based on Western ideas of nation, race, history, and territory.
Book Review: Where Great Powers Meet – America and China in Southeast Asia
The dominant narrative in Southeast Asia is that China is drawing all the region’s states into its sphere of influence. David Shambaugh challenges this view.
Japan’s foreign policy continues to grapple with end of Cold War and rise of China
The election of Joe Biden to the US presidency notwithstanding, Japan will need to maintain its more independent and activist foreign policy to protect its interests, writes John West.
Is this still going to be the Asian century?
After much optimism over the past two decades, COVID-19 has raised several question marks over the region’s march to prosperity, writes John West.
Book Review: US Strategy in the Asian Century – Empowering Allies and Partners
The United States is a country that has lost its way in the emerging Asian Century. The new administration will face some daunting challenges in developing an effective strategy for the Asian Century.
Book Review: Japan’s New Regional Reality – Geoeconomic Strategy in the Asia-Pacific
In her new book, Saori Katada details the country’s shift from being perceived as a trade villain to an active promoter of an open, rules-based regional trade order, writes John West.
Once again, Glen Robinson, our contributing partner, has some thought-provoking ideas for us all to consider. It's very much worth the read!
China's rise exposes the 'myth' of the liberal global order
Why do we hear so much about the liberal global order, when the truth is, it never existed? It was never a global order and it was not liberal, argues Stan Grant.
What does a Biden win mean for Asia?
Joe Biden will reverse America’s isolationist approach to global relations, but there will be domestic challenges to deal with first, argues John West.
Keep RCEP in perspective
But despite its evident upsides, RCEP is not going to be a game changer, writes Stephen Olson.
Australia's security partnership with the US
Glen Robinson explores some thorny questions about Australia's security partnership with the US.
Clouds of precarity brewing over Australia
Australia faces an uncertain economic future if it does not successfully reduce its dependence on China, and resources.
The end of Australia’s China boom shouldn’t be such a surprise
Australians have never been much good at admitting the good times will end, argues Michael Shoebridge.
Does America (Still) Want to Lead the Free World?
Once again, Julian Lindley-French provides a thought-provoking article.
Book Review: China's Grand Strategy and Australia's Future in the New Global Order
Australia’s very future could be threatened by the deterioration in relations with China. A former Australian ambassador offers some new thinking and clear advice for salvaging the situation.
Indonesia -- Australia’s diplomatic blind spot
A fascinating podcast on the Indonesia-Australia relationship.
America's geopolitical quagmire
The US has made a giant mess of much of its foreign policy since the end of the Cold War three decades ago.
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