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“Speed Dating” Xi: China Shows Off Its New Friends at Beijing Winter Olympics (Financial Times, 2/13/2022)

Remember the “Pivot” to Asia? U.S. Wants to Reassure Pacific Allies It’s Still On (LA Times, 2/9/2022)

Taiwan Is Not Ukraine: Stop Linking Their Fates Together (War on the Rocks, 1/27/2022)

U.S. to set ‘common goals’ on Indo-Pacific economic cooperation in early 2022 (Reuters, 1/19/2022)

Deterring The Dragon – What China’s Neighbors Can Do To Hem In Its Adventurism And Aggression (MEMRI, 1/12/2022)

India Says China Is Buildinga New Bridge in Tense Border Area to Make It Easier to Deploy Troops (Telegraph, 1/12/2022)

China’s Strategy Is To Divide And Conquer By Driving Wedges Into Nascent Coalitions (StratNews Global, 1/11/2022)

How China Snuffed Out Threats Across Asia in 2021 (Voice of America, 12/29/2021)

How the Chinese Communist Party Sees China’s Place in the World (National Security Podcast, 12/9/2021)

China’s State-Sponsored Industrial Espionage Is Part of a Larger System (Marketplace, 12/9/2021)

Security Agenda for the Kishida Cabinet: Building a Credible Deterrent Capability (Nippon.com, 12/8/2021)

Can Moon Jae-in Finally End the Korean War? (National Interest, 12/6/2021)

Chinese Military At or Near Ability to Invade Taiwan, U.S. Agency Concludes (U.S. News and World Report, 11/17/2021)

Pentagon, Congress Increasingly Worried about the Rise of Chinese Military (Fox News, 11/9/2021)

Is It Worth Doing Business with China? (Metro West Daily News, 10/31/2021)

Majlis Podcast: Is China’s Base in Tajikistan a Sign of Creeping Penetration? (Radia Free Europe/Radio Liberty, 10/24/2021)

Alaska Talks: Is the U.S. Trying to Turn China into a Pariah? (Deutsche Welle, 10/19/2021)

China Energy Risks Rise with AUKUS Security Deal (Radio Free Asia, 10/10/2021)

Long Promised and Often Delayed, the “Pivot to Asia” Takes Shape under Biden (NPR, 10/6/2021)

China Wields New Legal Weapon to Fight Claims of Intellectual Property Theft (Wall Street Journal, 9/26/2021)

U.S., France Dispute Australia Sub Deal Details as Ties Sour (Bloomberg, 9/16/2021)

US, UK, Australia Launch New Trilateral Indo-Pacific alliance to Counter China (Times of India, 9/16/2021)

China Faces Winter Warnings as Coal Demand Grows (Radio Free Asia, 8/20/21)

As Chinese Vaccines Stumble, U.S. Finds New Opening in Asia (New York Times, 8/20/21)

China Suffers High Costs from Sanctions on Coal (Radio Free Asia, 6/25/21)

The Indo-Pacific Quest for the Quad’s Spirit (Observer Research Foundation Issue Brief, 7/6/21)

Visiting Scholar Seminar with Clara Gillispie, Senior Advisor from National Bureau of Asian Research, U.S. (KIEP News, (6/2/21)

Roy Kamphausen | China and the U.S.: The 5 Strategic Challenges (World Affairs Council, 5/10/2021)

China Pressed To Improve Climate Pledges (Radio Free Asia, 5/7/2021)

Beijing responds to U.S. alliances with ‘wolf warrior’ defiance. Will it backfire? (Los Angeles Times, 4/26/21)

Chinese Navy Chases Philippines’ News Crew in Disputed Sea (Bloomberg, 4/9/2021)

La Nouvelle Route de la Soie” (U.S. Embassy Algiers, 3/31/2021)

Taiwan’s Gas Dilemma (Radio Taiwan International, 3/2/2021)

China’s Energy Agency Rocked by Coal Power Report (Radio Free Asia, 2/19/21)

Manufacturing: The China Inc. Model (Marketplace, 2/2/21)

Chinese Investment in Haifa Port Ccould Compromise U.S.-Israel Intelligence Sharing: Report (Middle East Eye, 2/1/21)

Revisit and Revamp: Why Biden Must Re-Examine America’s Great-Power Struggle (National Interest, 1/30/21)

U.S. Should Continue to View China As a Threat, Says Congressional Panel (South China Morning Post, 1/29/21)

China Plans To Sell COVID-19 Vaccines To Other Countries (NPR, 1/11/21)

America’s Reputation Has Suffered under Covid-19, but China Has Struggled to Step into the Void (Washington Post, 10/11/20)

China Pressured over New Coal Power Projects (Radio Free Asia, 9/11/20)

Declassified cables show US assurances of arms sales to Taiwan (Nikkei, 9/1/20)

Time for South Korea to Build Nuclear Submarines? (National Interest, 8/22/20)

The Future of China: How Beijing has Shown the Rest of the World It Will Play by Its Own Rules (Telegraph, 8/13/20)

Why Isn’t the World Doing More to Help the Uighurs? (BBC, 7/30/20)

Coronavirus Crisis Accelerates China’s Grab For Power, Influence In Central Asia – Analysis (Eurasia Review, 7/27/20)

China Cancels Coal Reports amid Economic Doubts (Radio Free Asia, 7/24/20)

U.S. Officials Now Call Xi Jinping ‘General Secretary’ Instead of China’s ‘President’ – but Why? (South China Morning Post, 6/25/20)

Partial Disengagement Based on Democratic Characteristics: A New Era of U.S.-China Economic Relations (The Hill, 6/24/20)

US v China: Is This the Start of a New Cold War? (Guardian, 6/22/20)

For America and China, Breaking Up Is Hard To Do (Seattle Times, 5/22/20)

“Wolf Warrior” Ashley J. Tellis Discusses His Recent Article for the National Bureau of Asian Research— “COVID-19 Knocks on American Hegemony. (The American Interest, 5/15/20)

“Wolf Warrior” Diplomats Reveal China’s ambitions (Financial Times, 5/11/20)

As China and U.S. Trade Barbs, Washington Nudges ASEAN Nations on South China Sea (VOA Cambodia, 4/29/20)

China Is Overreaching in Bid for Greater Global Influence amid Coronavirus Pandemic, U.S. Advisers Say (South China Morning Post, 4/28/20)

1 Big Thing: With Global Leadership at Stake, China and U.S. both Fumble (Axios, 4/15/2020)

EU-China Summit: What Really Happened? (Deutsche Welle, 4/6/20)

South Korea’s 5G Ambitions (Korean Economic Institute of America, 3/23/20)

Opportunity for the U.S. to Show Global Leadership (Straits Times, 3/18/20)

One of China’s Most Ambitious Projects becomes a Corridor to Nowhere (Economic Times, 3/3/20)

Beijing Is Challenging Global “Rules.” But Some Are Pushing Back (Christian Science Monitor, 3/2/20)

China’s Epidemic Drives Dilemma for Energy Deliveries – Analysis (Eurasia Review, 2/15/2020)

Student “Killing Time” in Belmont after Coronavirus Prompts China Exit (Shelby Star, 2/14/2020)

Coronavirus Puts a Bump in China’s Belt and Road Investment Plan (South China Morning Post, 2/10/2020)

Coronavirus: OPEC-Russia Consider Emergency Meeting to Cut Supply in Response to Anemic Chinese Demand (Marketplace, 2/3/2020)

Coronavirus Scare Highlights Challenges in U.S.-China Supply Chain (Modern Healthcare, 2/1/2020)

U.S. Ready for “Late Christmas Gift” from North (Korea Joongang Daily, 2/1/2020)

China’s Energy Options Narrow As Mideast Risks Rise – Analysis (Radio Free Asia, 1/13/2020)

American Scholar Praises Taiwan’s Vote Counting System (Taiwan News, 1/12/2020)

The Costs of China’s Belt and Road Expansion (Atlantic, 1/9/2020)

The Glaring Omission in Kim Jong Un’s Plenary Speech (Diplomat, 1/7/2020)

China vs. U.S.A. (Patriot Ledger, 12/23/2019)

American Allies “needed for targeted decoupling from China” (South China Morning Post, 12/23/2019)

China’s Central Asian Plans Are Unnerving Moscow (Foreign Policy, 12/23/2019)

Beijing Aims to Use ‘Belt and Road’ Project to Achieve Dominance in Space and Cyberspacec (Epoch Times, 12/11/2019)

TV Still Influential in Taiwan Election Campaign: U.S. Academic (Taiwan News, 12/4/2019)

Hong Kong Set to Record Its First Budget Deficit in 15 Years (Republic, 12/2/2019)

China Pushing Trump to Remove More Tariffs in ‘Phase One‘ Trade Deal (Daily Stock Dish, 11/30/2019)

China Hopes Trump Will Be Reelected: He’s “Easy to Read” (Washington Post, 11/26/2019)

Five Things to Know about China’s Promised Crackdown on Intellectual-Property Theft (MarketWatch, 11/25/2019)

U.S.-China Trade War: Beijing Pushes Washington for Tariff Cuts (Republic World, 11/15/2019)

China’s Great Pork Shortage: Why It Could Cost Beijing (Christian Science Monitor, 11/13/2019)

DOD Focuses on China’s Growing Military Capability (U.S. Department of Defense, 11/13/2019)

U.S. Customs Officials Seize Millions Worth of Counterfeit Purses from China (Epoch Times, 11/11/2019)

U.S. Should Partially Disengage with China to Counter Threats: Think Tank (Epoch Times, 11/7/2019)

U.S. Needs Allies in Fight against China: Report (Journal Pioneer, 11/5/2019)

The Canadian Dollar Today – Will The CAD Dollar Rise on A U.S.-China Trade Deal? (Exchange Rates UK, 11/5/2019)

China Presses Trump to Remove More Tariffs in ‘Phase One’ Trade Deal (CNBC, 11/4/2019)

U.S. Needs Allies in Fight against China: Report (Reuters, 11/4/2019)

While Trump Builds Tariff Walls, Asia Bets on Free Trade (Foreign Policy, 11/1/2019)

Laos Villagers Give $6.7bn Belt and Road Railway a Hostile Reception (Financial Times, 11/30/2019)

China’s Energy Risks Rise With Iran Sanctions (Radio Free Asia, 10/21/19)

The Next Phase of the Belt and Road (Rules Based Audio, 10/8/19)

China Inflates Shale Gas Forecast as Risks Mount (Radio Free Asia, 9/30/19)

Betting On American Stocks Has Borne Fruit, No Reason to Switch – Goldman Sachs (Wealth Briefing Asia, 9/11/19)

For Washington, Russian And China Tech Spies Suddenly Everywhere (Forbes, 9/10/19)

Interview with Roy Kamphausen (U.S.-China Dialogue Podcast, 9/10/2019)

Are the U.S. and China Headed for a Cold War? (NPR, 9/9/2019)

Pentagon Sees Security Threat in China’s Drug-Supply Dominance (Bloomberg, 8/5/2019)

China to Impose Sanctions on U.S. Firms in Taiwan Arms Sale (Naharnet, 7/12/2019)

China Wants To Expand Its Footprint In Indonesia, Which Could Marginalize U.S. Influence (WBUR, 7/11/2019)

China’s Risks Rise With Threats to Gulf Oil (Radio Free Asia, 7/1/2019)

Senator Proposes Routine U.S. Arms Sales to Taiwan Once Every Two Years (Taiwan News, 6/20/2019)

U.S. Senator: Chinese Families Are Threatened by Beijing If Their U.S.-Educated Child Doesn’t Bring Back Stolen IP (Epoch Times, 6/20/2019)

Growing Sino-Russian Academic Ties (Inside Higher Ed, 6/20/2019)

U.S. Offers To Help Taiwan Counter Chinese Meddling Ahead of 2020 Elections (Taiwan News, 6/19/2019)

U.S.-China Trade War Limits Seoul’s Ability to Advance Nuke Talks (SpaceNews, 6/9/2019)

Ex-Im Bank Advocates Push for 10-year Authorizations (SpaceNews, 6/7/2019)

Learning to Embrace an Unequal Alliance (Tokyo Review, 6/7/2019)

China’s Military Base in Tajikistan: What Does It Mean? (Times of Central Asia, 4/24/2019)

Getting Back to Basics on Subsidies: A First Step for U.S.-China Trade Talks (War on the Rocks, 4/18/2019)

Taiwan Should Increase Military Cooperation with Japan: U.S. Expert (Taiwan News, 4/16/2019)

China and Russia Are Not Breaking Up Anytime Soon (Washington Post, 4/3/2019)

Italy, China Deepen Ties under Wary Eyes of U.S., EU (PBS News Hour, 3/22/2019)

Jaw-Jaw: Aaron Friedberg on Asking the Right Questions About Chinese Ambitions (War on the Rocks, 3/19/2019)

China Revives Oil And Gas Reform Plan (Radio Free Asia, 3/11/2019)

Balakot, Deterrence, and Risk: How This India-Pakistan Crisis Will Shape the Next (War on the Rocks, 3/11/2019)

Majlis Podcast: China’s Security Interests in Central Asia (Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty, 2/24/2019)

Trump, Chinese Vice Premier Extend Trade Talks (Citizen Digital, 2/23/2019)

The Waning Importance of the March 1 China Deadline (Politico, 2/20/2019)

U.S. Supports Taiwan Self-Defense Capability: Schriver (Focus Taiwan, 2/8/2019)

Taiwan Thanks U.S. Assistant Secretary of Defense Randall Schriver (Taiwan News, 2/8/2019)

The Messy Technological Roots of the U.S. Trade War with China (KUNC, 2/6/2019)

Strategic Policy Grants Boosting Australia’s National Security (Mirage News, 2/1/2019)

Australia Department of Defence Awards Strategic Policy Grants (Army Technology, 2/1/2019)

Trump’s China Negotiations: Experts Say More Needs to Be Done to Protect IP Theft, Could Take Years (Fox News, 1/29/2019)

China’s Belt and Road Initiative: Does It Pose a Threat to the West? (CQ Researcher, 1/25/2019)

China, Russia Keen on Progressive Relations Gets India Concerned (Eurasian Times, 1/16/2019)

Healthcare Laboratory Informatics Market Will Surge at 8% CAGR to Hit $2.2 Bn by 2024: Global Market Insights, Inc. (Global Market Insights, 1/15/2019)

China Pressured on Intellectual Property Theft (Radio Free Asia, 1/15/2019)

China Pushes LNG Imports to the Limit (Radio Free Asia, 1/14/2019)

Why the U.S.-China Dispute Is about So Much More than a Trade Imbalance (South China Morning Post, 1/13/2019)

The Open Society and Its Enemies in South Korea: From Right Authoritarianism — to Left? (American Enterprise Institute, 12/11/2018)

Put Human Rights Back on the Negotiating Table with North Korea (The Daily Signal, 12/11/2019)

Asia Buoys Iran as U.S. Sanctions Hit (Al-Monitor, 12/4/2018)

U.S. Should Have Low Expectations for Trade Deal with China: Rich Ellings (Fox Business Videos, 12/3/2018)

The Finance 202: China Hawks Applaud Choice of Lighthizer to Lead Trade Negotiations (Washington Post, 12/4/2018)

The Quadrilateral Security Dialogue Meets in Singapore (Asia Times, 11/18/2018)

Trump’s Trade War Is Making Russia and China Comrades Again (Bloomberg, 11/5/2018)

Korean Peninsula Security Concerns (C-SPAN, 10/29/2018)

China’s Melting Glacier Brings Visitors, Adds to Climate Concerns (VOA News, 10/28/2018)

Melting Glacier in China Draws Tourists, Climate Worries (Fox News, 10/21/2018)

“Strategic competition” with China—Necessary but not sufficient (Brookings Institution, 10/19/2018)

A Dithering Obama Emboldened China (Asia Times, 10/8/2018)

How India’s Rise Can Complement U.S. Strategy (Lawfare, 10/7/2018)

US-Mexico-Canada Trade Agreement Targets China’s Bad Practices (Epoch Times, 10/4/2018)

China’s Great Leap Forward in Biotech (Nikkei Asian Review, 10/3/2018)

Why China Is Pulling Ahead in Biotech? (Nikkei Asian Review, 10/3/2018)

China Using Bilateral Ties to Block ASEAN from Acting on Sea Row – Report (PhiliStar Global, 10/3/2018)

Chinese Warship Passed Dangerously Close to American Destroyer during South China Sea Patrol (The Drive, 10/1/2018)

When Will Closer China-Russia Cooperation Impact US Policy Debate? (Diplomat, 9/14/2018)

The Belt and Road in Europe: 5 Years Later (Diplomat, 9/1/2018)

China’s Empire of Money Is Reshaping Global Trade (Bloomberg News, 8/1/2018)

Time to Empower Japan’s Chief Medical Officer (Japan Times, 7/31/2018)

How China Conducts “Comprehensive Coercion” of Cations (Macrobusiness, 7/4/2018)

Why They Fight: US and China Brawl over High Technology (WSPA, 7/3/2018)

The Choco Pie Dividend: South Korean Firms are Drooling at the Prospect of Business in the North (Washington Post, 6/17/2018)

Using Uncertainty as Leverage: India’s Security Competition with China (War on the Rocks, 6/18/2018)China Crimps Energy Supplies Amid Shortages (Radio Free Asia, 6/11/2108)

Arm Selling Chinese Business to Local Investors: Report (Fierce Wireless, 6/5/2018)

U.S. Sizes Up North Korean Leader ahead of Summit (Independent, 6/1/2018)

U.S. Sizes Up Kim ahead of Possible Nuclear Summit (CNN, 5/31/2018)

China’s regional ambitions reshaping India’s foreign policy (Asia Times, 5/9/2018)

The National Defense Authorization Act and US policy toward Taiwan (American Enterprise Institute, 5/7/2018)

China Scrambles to Fix Winter Gas Problems (Radio Free Asia, 5/7/2018)

The Finance 202: Trump team faces long odds for trade breakthrough in Beijing (Washington Post, 5/3/2018)

Nadège Rolland on the Potential Backlash against the Belt and Road Initiative (4/9/2018, Claremont McKenna College Asia Experts Forum)

Defence Primer 2018: An Indian Military in Transformation? (Observer Research Foundation, 4/6/2018)

The odd man in: contemplating Australian membership of ASEAN (Strategist, 4/4/2018)

What They Are Saying: Support For President Donald J. Trump’s Section 301 Trade Actions (White House Statement, 3/23/2018)

Trump’s China Tariffs Aren’t Crazy (Yahoo Finance, 3/22/2018)

Is Trump’s Get-Tough Approach With China Working? (Foreign Policy, 3/21/2018)

The Meaning of Mr. Trump’s Import Tariffs (FXstreet,3/19/2018)

Marc Thiessen: North Korea: The one big thing Trump needs to be clear about when he meets with Kim (Fox News, 3/16/2018)

Trump to Combat Movie Piracy by China, Saving the U.S. Economy $600B Annually (Fox Business, 3/15/2018)

Trump Is Considering a Move That Could Set Off ‘the next great crisis’ with China (SFgate, 3/13/2018)

Chinese Views on the 2018 Nuclear Posture Review, and Their Implications (China Brief, 3/12/2018)

Taiwan’s Pivot to Southeast Asia (ASEAN Post, 3/6/2018)

Vietnam seeks to pacify China as landmark U.S. carrier visit signals warming ties (EuroNews, 3/4/2018)

Beijing’s Vision for a Reshaped International Order (China Brief, 2/26/2018)

China Eyes Arctic For Polar Silk Road (Radio Free Asia, 2/12/2018)

Is the Belt and Road Anti-Democratic? (ChinaFile, 2/5/2018)

China’s Belt and Road Initiative: What Does It All Mean? (Global Trade Magazine, 1/30/2017)

China Builds Bridges and Highways While the U.S. Mouths Slogans (Wall Street Journal, 1/30/2018)

Examining China’s Community of Destiny” (Power 3.0, 1/23/2018)

The Method in North Korea’s Madness: A Monstrous Regime’s Rational Statecraft (Commentary Magazine, 1/16/2018)

Indonesia: Strategic Threat or Strategic Partner? (Strategist, 1/17/2018)

Yes, North Korea Could Drive a Wedge between the U.S. and South Korea (Washington Post, 1/12/2018)

A Turning Point in U.S. Economic Relations with China (Interpreter, 1/8/2018)

Three Surprising Things about the North Korean Threat I Learned on a Recent Trip to South Korea (AEI Ideas, 1/2/2018)

Konflikt | Den kinesiska drömmen på export (Exporting the Chinese Dream) (Sveriges Radio, 12/9/2017)

Post-Soviet States Feel Lure of (Chinese) Socialism (Interpreter, 12/6/2017)

China’s Oil Import Dependence Climbs as Output Falls (Radio Free Asia, 12/4/2017)

Real Questions Persist about Pakistan’s Ability to Repay CPEC Loans: Report (Express Tribune, 11/30/2017)

With Cash and Perks, China Woos the Brightest Tech Minds (Nikkei Asian Review, 11/30/2017)

L’Europe centrale et orientale, tête de pont de la Chine sur le Vieux Continent (Le Monde, 11/28/2017)

China’s Belt and Road Project “More Than What Meets the Eye”: US Lawmakers (NDTV, 11/21/2017)

President Trump Declares North Korea a State Sponsor of Terrorism (KING 5, 11/20/2017)

Trump’s Right to Stir Up World Trade (Times, 11/19/2017)

There Is Nothing ‘Free’ About Our Trade With China (Weekly Standard, 11/13/2017)

Abroad, Intellectual Property Rights Are Under Assault (Washington Examiner, 11/7/2017)U.S., China May Collide over Electric Cars (Radio Free Asia, 10/31/2017)

China Sells Socialism to the Developing World (Diplomat, 10/28/2017)

The NAFTA Round to End All NAFTA Rounds?
(Politico Morning Trade, 10/11/2017)

U.S. Firms Cheer—and Fear—Trump’s China Trade Probe (Wall Street Journal, 10/10/2017)

Some U.S. Businesses Urge Caution in China Intellectual Property Trade Push (CNBC, 10/10/2017)

Apple and IBM among US Tech Giants to Blame Chinese Regulations for Breaching Intellectual Property Rights (South China Morning Post, 10/10/17)

USTR Holds Dual China, Russia Hearings Today (Politico Trade, 10/10/17)

Trump Is Warned His Intellectual-Property Probe Risks a Trade War With China (Bloomberg, 10/10/17)

Section 301: US investigates allegations of forced technology transfers to China (East Asia Forum, 10/3/2017)

Hit by Chinese Hackers Seeking Industrial Secrets, German Manufacturers Play Defense (Fox News, 9/23/2017)

Trump’s China Visit Will Help Avoid ‘trade war, currency war or whatever war’ Chinese Ambassador Says (South China Morning Post, 9/21/2017)

Newsroom Investigation: National MP Trained by Chinese Spies (Newsroom, 9/13/2017)

Retired JBLM Commander on Rising Tensions with North Korea (King 5 News, 9/2/2017)

South Korea’s Greatest Fear (and It Isn’t a North Korean Invasion) (National Interest, 8/31/2017)

What Comes Next for Korea’s Top Firms After Samsung Heir Convicted (Bloomberg News, 8/28/2017)

China Fights Smog as Communist Party Congress Nears (Radio Free Asia, 8/21/2017)

Trump Takes Action on Unfair Chinese Trade Practices (Epoch Times, 8/17/2017)

Top U.S. General Breaks Bread With Chinese Soldiers on North Korea’s Doorstep (Wall Street Journal, 8/16/2017)

WTAS: Praise President Donald J. Trump’s Memorandum on Chinese Trade Practices (The White House Office of the Press Secretary, 8/14/2017)

China’s economic problems are exactly why its global influence is expanding (CNBC, 8/11/2017)

Trump’s Planned Trade Probe Puts Beijing in the Hot Seat (Politico, 8/3/2017)

Expert: Beijing’s Belt and Road Plan Is about Building a New Chinese-Led Order for the 21st Century (USNI News, 8/3/2017)

Trump’s Move on China Counterfeiting, Piracy Aimed at Protecting U.S. Jobs (USA Today, 8/3/2017)

Biotechnology: The U.S.-China Dispute over Genetic Data (Financial Times, 8/2/2017)

Expert: Major Cities Including Seattle in Range of North Korea Missile (7/28/2017)

U.S. Must Act Now to Stop Iranian ICBM Development and Testing (Iran Focus, 7/23/2017)

Call for U.S. and India to Build Stronger Defence Industrial Ties (IHS Jane’s 360, 6/27/2017)

Why Does China Want to Revive the Silk Road? (BBC World Service, 6/22/2017)

China Pushes Belt And Road Despite Domestic Concerns – Analysis (Eurasia Review, 6/20/2017)

Chinese Cash Blunts Europe’s Criticism of Beijing’s Human-Rights Record (Wall Street Journal, 6/19/2017)

Why the Belt & Road Initiative? (Indian National Interest, 6/8/2017)

Saying No to Beijing’s US$1 Trillion Belt and Road Promise (The News Lens, 6/8/2017)

All aboard the Belt and Road Initiative? Not so fast… (Lowy Institute, 6/7/2017)

Fitting Into Beijing’s New World Order (Wall Street Journal, 5/30/2017)

Retaliation Nation: The case for a don’t-tread-on-me trade policy (Weekly Standard, 5/29/2017)

US patrol sends signal to Beijing’s claims in South China Sea – but how strong? (Christian Science Monitor, 5/25/2017)

Melody Meyer elected to BP board (The Financial, May 19, 2017)

South Korea’s Moon Seen Bringing ‘Inflection Point’ in Korean Peninsula Diplomacy (Radio Free Asia, 5/9/2017)

Is a second Korean War imminent? (Deutsche Welle, 4/27/2017)

Is Seattle a target for a North Korean nuclear attack? Well, not quite yet, insiders say (Seattle Times, 4/26/2017)

Protect intellectual property rights on World IP Day – and every day (The Hill, 4/23/2017)

Unpredictable Trump unsettles China as N. Korea policy wobbles (AFP, 4/14/2017)

Seattle the ‘ultimate target’ for North Korea nuclear bomb, expert says (Q13 Fox News, 4/14/2017)

China’s “Belt and Road Initiative”: Underwhelming or Game-Changer? (Washington Quarterly, 4/12/2017)

Trump Nominates 2 South Asians to Administration Posts (NBC News, 4/11/2017)

China can’t live with a unified Korean Peninsula with US at their doorstep (Radio Sputnik, 4/5/2017)

Team Trump: The serious gaps in Koreas portfolio (NKnews, 3/31/2017)

Bilateral trade talks with Trump could prove costly for Abe at home (South China Morning Post, 2/11/2017)

China Ignores Risks as Oil Imports Rise (Radio Free Asia, 2/6/2017)

Will Tillerson back up tough talk on the South China Sea? (DW, 2/2/2017)

US alliances in East Asia are weathering Trump’s first days (DW, 2/1/2017)

Donald Trump’s strategy may dampen Indo-US ties: Ashley Tellis (Economic Times, 1/21/2017)

Asian Risks Respond to Energy Shifts (Radio Free Asia, 1/9/2017)

Ashley Tellis could be Donald Trump’s man in New Delhi, but how much do you know about the Mumbai lad? (International Business Times, 1/8/2017)

Would North Korea ever nuke Seattle? (KUOW.org, 1/5/2016)

Taiwan calling – Trump’s first signal to China (Deutsche Welle, 12/12/2016)

Trade Secret Protection Under President-Elect Trump (Mondaq, 11/18/2016)

China-US Ties May Bring Unexpected Yield under Trump (Sputnik News, 11/19/2016)

World Insight 11/07/2016 Interpretation of HKSAR Basic Law; Interview with Roy Kamphausen (CCTV News, 11/7/2016)

German Delegation Lands in Beijing Amid Spat Over Deals (Wall Street Journal, 11/1/2016)

The Big Story: Interview with Roy Kamphausen (Bloomberg TV Philippines, 10/26/2016)

US on edge over new powder keg in the South China Sea (CNBC, 10/21/2016)

Peace possible between US, China (The Daily Evergreen, 10/19/2016)

Japan’s Naval Chief Rules Out Joint-US Freedom of Navigation Patrols (Voice of America, 9/29/2016)

Brazilian admiral: Work continues on carrier Sao Paulo (IHS Jane’s 360, 9/28/2016)

Ex-CSIS official backs Canada’s attempt to get cyber promise from China (IT World Canada, 9/28/2016)

Navy Leaders Face Common Challenges in Face of Aggressive China (Seapower, 9/26/2016)

Amid Tensions, Japan Navy Chief Wants Exchanges with China (Associated Press, 9/26/2016)

To curb North Korea’s nuclear program, follow the money (The Conversation, 9/20/16)

Rule of Three (Duke Chronicle, 9/12/2016)

The government is unprepared for a cyber attack (CNBC, 9/9/2016)

BP Deepens Shale Ties with China (Oil & Gas 360, 9/1/2016)

Damjan DeNoble – Why Chinese drugmakers are looking overseas (Nikkei Asian Review, 8/31/2016)

To Protect U.S. National Security Interests, More Should Be Done to Combat International Financial Crime (International Affairs Review, 8/30/2016)

Ashley Tellis Among Members of Hillary for America’s ‘Together for America’ Coalition (India West, 8/25/2016)

Former Top Navy Official Expresses Worries over East China Sea, Potential for Conflict Higher than South China Sea (Japanese language) (Jiji Dot Com News, 8/24/2016)

Challenges Seen In Asian Nuclear “Multipolarity” (Aviation Week, 8/16/2016)

Could a Clinton administration pass the Trans-Pacific Partnership? (Christian Science Monitor, 7/22/2016)

PLA reforms short-term boon for Taiwan: expert (Taipei Times, 7/21/2016)

Energy Security in the Asia Pacific (Channel News Asia, 7/20/2016)

Chine Méridionale: bras de fer pour un bras de mer [Arm Wrestling in the South China Sea] (French Language) (Libération, 7/8/2016)

The United States and China Can Get Along in the South China Sea (War on the Rocks, 7/6/2016)

U.S. Experts: It is difficult to imagine nuclear escalation between the United States and China over the Nansha and Diaoyu Islands (Chinese Language) (China Review News, 7/1/2016)If the Regional Security Environment Remains Unclear, South Korea and Japan May Turn to Developing Their Own Nuclear Arsenals Despite Growing U.S. Concerns (Korean Language) (Munhwa, 6/30/2016)

China Climate Adviser: Expect Big Cuts in Coal (Energy Intelligence, 6/30/2016)

Ambassador Kenichiro Sasae Speaks on East Asian Security Environment in Seattle (Jungle City, 6/28/2016)

At the 2016 Pacific Energy Summit (IEEJ Special Bulletin, 6/24/2016)

Damjan DeNoble — China’s life sciences quandary (Nikkei Asian Review, 6/15/2016)

China’s Oil Investment Falls, Raising Security Risks (Radio Free Asia, 6/6/2016

China’s New Silk Road Into Europe Is About More Than Money (Foreign Policy, 6/2/2016)

US to Lift Arms Embargo on Vietnam, Solidify Alliance With Japan (Sputnik News, 5/21/2016)

Slade Gorton heralded at Safeco Field for saving the Seattle Mariners 25 years ago (Puget Sound Business Journal, 5/12/2016)

Retired U.S. admiral urges Japan, others to join joint cruises in South China Sea (The Japan Times, 5/8/2016)

India-Pakistan Relations and Regional Stability (World Politics Review, 5/3/2016)

China Seen Changing U.S. Nuclear Strategy In Pacific (Aviation Week, 5/2/2016)

Clampdown on trade secret theft seen passing US Congress (Reuters, 4/27/2016)

What Are Mil-Mil Ties Between the US and China Good For? (War on the Rocks, 4/22/2016)

S. Korea, U.S., China should talk about how to handle N. Korea’s collapse: ex-U.S. commander (Yonhap News, 4/20/2016)

Former Seventh Fleet Commander Touts Navy’s Role as ‘De-escalator’ in Western Pacific (Seapower, 4/15/2015)

New Maritime Awareness Project Kicks Off With South China Sea Discussion (USNI News, 4/14/2016)

Made in China – Innovative Drugs? (Health Intel Asia, 4/5/2016)

Former U.S. Navy head backs freedom of navigation operations with Japan (<em>Japan Times</em>, 3/23/2016)

Trump’s positions on trade, alliances could roil Asia ties (The News & Observer, 3/10/2016)

China’s Silk Road Belt Outpaces Russia’s Economic Union (<em>Diplomat</em>, 3/10/2016)

Europe’s co-operation with China is not business as usual (Business Spectator, 3/7/2016)

Could China Use Force to Settle Taiwan Sovereignty Issue? (Real Clear Defense, 2/11/2016)

Atlantic Council Panel: China Likely Doesn’t Have the Ability to Invade Taiwan, Yet (USNI News, 2/102016)

Entering TPP ‘immensely advantageous’ for Taiwan (Taipei Times, 1/24/16)

What is the right response to North Korea’s fourth nuclear test? (The Conversation, 1/12/2016)

Beijing’s Boldest Plan Yet Faces West (National Interest, 1/12/2016)

Beyond the markets, China’s real economy is what matters (Marketplace.org, 1/7/2016)

China Security: The Inner Workings of Chinese Economic Espionage (The Epoch Times, 12/29/2015)

China Pipelines Sold Far Below Cost (Big News Network, 12/28/2015)

TPP can make Taiwan more competitive: study (Taipei Times, 12/25/2015)

ASEAN Economic Community Prepares for December launch (The Hill, 12/22/2015)

Panel Discusses How U.S. Exports Could Minimize Foreign Security Risks (Strata, 12/17/2015)

A Studied Approach to Policymaking (The Pioneer, 12/17/2015)

Baidu Joins Alibaba, Tencent In China E-Bank Fray (Investors.com, 12/17/2015)

U.S. trade complaint against China opens door to future clashes over airplane subsidies (Puget Sound Business Journal, 12/14/2015)

Looking for a Few Good Partners in Asia to Shore Up the International Order (War on the Rocks, 11/30/2015)

Indonesia’s renewable energy potential (Strategic Review, 11/29/2015)

Why China Got Excluded from the TPP (Law.com, 11/26/2015)

Geopolitical imperatives of South Asian nations (Financial Express, 11/25/2015)

North Korea’s Denuclearization: Is it Possible? (Forbes, 11/19/2015)

U.S. Policy Toward North Korea: Weighing the Urgent, the Important, and the Feasible (Council on Foreign Relations, (11/19/2015)

U.S. energy exports critical to strengthening security in Asia-Pacific: ACCF (World Oil, 11/16/2015)

What the TPP Means for LNG (Council on Foreign Relations, 11/17/2015)

U.S. Energy Exports Critical to Strengthening Security in Asia-Pacific (PR Newswire, 11/17/2015)

Preparing China for Paris (Asia & the Pacific Policy Society, 11/2015)

Exclusive Call on China-Taiwan Presidential Meeting (The Atlantic Council, 11/09/2015)

3 Things We Learned From Burma’s Election (USA Today, 11/09/2015)

Cooling Off the South China Sea (Bloomberg News, 10/29/2015)

China May Ban New Coal-Fired Power (Radio Free Asia, 10/26/2015)

Myanmar’s ‘nationwide ceasefire’; not nationwide, not a ceasefire, argues Rachel Wagley (Asia & the Pacific Policy Society, 10/2015)

China’s GDP Drives Economic Debate (Radio Free Asia, 10/13/2015)

China Lags on SOE Reform Goal (Radio Free Asia, 10/12/2015)

Younger generations in Japan should learn about history: Dennis Blair (Yonhap News Agency, 10/11/2015)

China Challenges Army With Realistic Training Scenarios (Defense News, 10/10/2015)Albright Stonebridge Group Continues Strategic Growth (PR Newswire, 10/8/2015)

US not living up to TRA: US House Asia chair (Taipei Times, 10/2/2015)

China’s President Pledges $1 Billion To United Nations For ‘Peace And Development’ (The World Post, 9/29/2015)

Deliberations were Made Around the Agenda of Manufacturing at the India’s National Competitiveness Forum (The Financial Express, 9/29/2015)

Addressing Strategic Domain Issues in U.S.-China Relations (China-U.S. Focus, 9/25/2015)

Interview with NBR President Rich Ellings and UW Professor David Bachman (Voice of America, China, 9/24/15)

National Bureau of Asian Research President on Chinese President Visit (KING 5 News, 9/23/2015)

The Surprising Reason The Chinese President’s First U.S. Visit Could Be Huge (A Plus, 9/22/2015)

Diplomacy and Big Business from Washington State to Washington, DC (KCRW, 9/22/2015)

Clean tech a top priority as Chinese president lands in US (SFGate, 9/22/2015)

China Seeks Out Unlikely Ally: U.S. Tech Firms (Wall Street Journal, 9/21/2015)

Ewart: BRICs on the brink reflect changing fortunes at Global Business Forum (Calgary Herald, 9/19/2015)

Why Chinese presidents visit Seattle: “It’s a soft landing” (Puget Sound Business Journal, 9/9/2015)

China Sets Its Sights on Life Science (GuruFocus, 9/7/2015)

China Military Parade: Face Time With Xi a Hot Commodity for Oil Producers (Wall Street Journal, 9/3/2015)

Russia Presses China for New Gas Deal (Radio Free Asia, 8/31/2015)

Stop worrying about China (Marketplace, 8/24/2015)

How the collapse of ‘Chimerica’ will affect South Asia (The Express Tribune, 8/16/2015)

Why the Chinese currency matters to the U.S. economy (WBFO, 8/13/2015)

Democracy Lab Weekly Brief, August 10, 2015 (Foreign Policy, 8/10/2015)

ASEAN Impact: Ideas, Identities and Integration (The Diplomat, 8/6/2015)

Is hacking back a cyber-theft deterrent option? (FCW.com, 8/4/2015)

World first as UCLan launches new course (Lancashire Evening Post, 7/30/2015)

If China sneezes, does the U.S. catch a cold? (Marketplace, 7/27/2015)

Legislators Talk Indonesian Energy Security in Washington (Indonesian Language) (Antara News, 7/26/2015)

Commission VII Chairman Discusses Energy Security in US (Malay Language) (Inilahcom, 7/26/2015)

Coast Guard Foundation to Honor HII’s Petters (Marinelink.com, 7/21/2015)

Kamphausen Appointed Director of NBR’s Washington, D.C. Office (Northwest Asian Weekly, 7/20/2015)

U.S., China, India Could Find Accord in Cybersecurity, Regional Analyst Says (Aviation Week Network, 7/9/2015)

India’s INS Viraat, World’s Longest-Serving Aircraft Carrier, Set for Decommissioning (The Diplomat, 7/8/2015)

Situation Report: Iraq First; or Syria; Moves at the Pentagon; Top Yemen Jihadist Identified; Bomb-blasting Lasers for U.S. Planes; and Lots More (Foreign Policy, 7/7/2015)

U.S. Promotes Pro-Taiwan Adviser (Taipei Times, 7/7/2015)

Battleground Burma (Wall Street Journal, 6/23/2015)

China’s Gas Use Takes Slower Track (Radio Free Asia, 6/22/2015)

S. Korea urges closer regional ties on energy security (Yonhap News Agency, 6/16/15)

S. Korea to hold forum on regional energy security (Yonhap News Agency, 6/15/15)

What the OPM Hack Means for the Future of Warfare (Defense One, 6/14/2015)

Bottled Water Is a Trend in US, China, and India—but for Different Reasons (Epoch Times, 6/12/15)

US ‘microphone diplomacy’ hampers co-operation, says China (The Guardian, 6/10/2015)

Stop games assets from walking out the door (Develop, 6/1/2015)

China completely indefensible against Philippines, Vietnam in Spratlys – retired US admiral (Ang Malaya Net, 6/1/2015)

ADB, AIIB only able to provide ‘fraction’ of Asia’s energy investment needs (South China Morning Post, 5/31/2015)

Experts seek to balance development & environment at Pacific Energy Summit (CCTV.com, 5/29/2015)

Low Oil Prices Challenge China’s Fight Against Pollution (Voice of America, 5/28/2015)

China faces sharp slowdown in natural gas demand (The Globe and Mail, 5/28/2015)

Washington Playing ‘Whack-a-Mole’ in South China Sea, Says Ex-U.S. Official (Wall Street Journal, 5/28/2015)

Myanmar considers LNG to meet growing energy demand (Myanmar Times, 5/26/2015)

From afar, an optimistic view of America (Boston Globe, 5/25/2015)

Supporting The Asian Innovation Renaissance (Asian Scientist, 5/21/2015)

Strong IP Protections Are Good for Workers, Good for the Economy (Industry Week, 5/21/2015)/p>The Morning Risk Report: Managing Industrial Espionage Risk (The Wall Street Journal, 5/20/2015)

ASPI suggests (The Strategist, 5/15/15)

La Chine fabrique-t-elle un surhomme? (Le Echos, 5/12/15)

North Korea’s new diplomacy (The Interpreter, 4/28/2015)

NavWeek: Ready, Willing and Abe (Aviation Week, 4/27/15)

Abe Visit Hails New Phase in U.S. Japan Relations (The ChosunIlbo, 4/28/2015)

China Government Lowers Coal-fired Power Rates as Economy Slows (Radio Free Asia, 4/27/2015)

Why Pakistan Is Staying Out of Yemen (Asian Correspondent, 4/27/2015)

In-depth: China’s land reclamation in the South China Sea (Asian Correspondent, 4/24/2015)

Abe Visit Hails New Phase in US Japan Relations (VOA News, 4/23/15)

Feature: Govt stimulus, market forces fuel U.S. solar boom (Shanghai Daily, 4/5/15)

A Fiber-Optic Silk Road (The Diplomat, 4/2/15)

Assistant Secretary for East Asian and Pacific Affairs Daniel R. Russel Travels to Seattle, WA and Tokyo, Japan from April 1-7, 2015 (U.S. Department of State, 3/31/15)

Foreign companies wary of India’s intellectual property regime (Hindustan Times, 3/28/2015)

The U.S. Energy Pivot: A New Era for Energy Security in Asia? (New Security Beat, March 26, 2015)

China’s Antigraft Drive Exposes Military Risks (Wall Street Journal, 3/11/2015)

Bureau urges ‘rekindling’ of Taiwan-US relations (Taipei Times, 3/11/2015)

India Offers Huge Market for U.S. Products: Ami Bera Tells Hearing (India West, 3/10/2015)

Should we hack the hackers? (The Guardian, 3/9/2015)

Les noves ‘rutes de la seda’ (Ara News, 3/8/15)

Asian Affairs Expert Abraham Denmark Talks To Sky News About China’s Military Spending (Sky News, 3/3/2015)

US, India have ‘historic opportunity’ to enhance ties: Experts (Zee News, 2/27/15)

Con đuong to lua moi cua Trung Quoc (Vietnam News (2/26/2015)

Trans-Pacific Partnership: House Representatives Concerned About US Trade Deficit, Opportunities And Challenges In Asia (International Business Times, 2/26/15)

Obama’s executive order to beef up defense of our cyber domain (Crosscut, 2/24/15)

Hopes for a new, more open India aren’t dead yet (CNBC, 2/24/15)

Adapting to regional trends in health economics and supporting investment (Financial Times, 2/23/15)

Russia’s campaign to win friends and influence in Asia is not as successful as it looks (The Economist, February 21, 2015)

Democracy Lab Weekly Brief (Foreign Policy, February 16, 2015)

Protecting our intellectual property is a must for America (Seattle Times, February 11, 2015)

Democracy Lab Weekly Brief (Foreign Policy, February 9, 2015)

Global Energy Forecast 2015 (International Investor, January 28, 2015)

China Boosts Buying For Oil Reserves Amid Drop in Global Prices (Radio Free Asia, 1/26/15)

Review expected in new China buy (China Daily, 1/23/2015)

Foreign Policy’s Situation Report (Foreign Policy, 1/20/2015)

What the Ukraine Crisis Means for Asia (The Diplomat, 1/19/2015)

U.S. to shift focus to air and sea for Korea defense (Korea Herald, 1/14/2015)

The coal dilemma (Devex, 1/9/2015)

US-Vietnam Relations in 2015: Weapons, TPP, and Obama (RFI Vietnam, 1/6/2015)

Local Flavor: What Asia’s Hedging Trend Tells Us about Asia, and Strategy (War on the Rocks, 1/5/2015)

Smoking Out Coal’s China Question (Wall Street Journal, 12/26/2014)

Experts: China May Fail To Meet CO2 Emissions Pledge (Daily Caller, 12/19/2014)

Cuba Reality Check: Can You Really Do Business There? (Businessweek, 12/22/2014)

US Missing out on Coal Export Growth as Global Demand Rises (Inside Sources, 12/17/2014)

Washington Think Tank: “US-China Joint Statement on Climate Change” Reflects The Great Power Model (Sinovision, 12/17/2014)

China’s Coal Demand May Peak Before 2020 (Businessweek, 12/17/2014)

3D Printing and Industrial Espionage: Former United Technologies Corp. employee arrested (Print.com, 12/11/2014)

Will Kim Jong Un ever face a war crimes court? (CNBC, 12/10/2014)

New U.S.-ROK Alliance Challenges: Internal Tensions and China’s Rise (Forbes, 12/8/2014)

Thailand Monarchy Crisis 2014: Sickly King And Unpopular Heir Makes For An Uncertain Future (International Business Times, 12/5/2014)

Evan Medeiros Discusses the Rebalance, Calls For US-China Cooperation (CNA, 12/3/2014)

US defends Asian alliances against China criticism (Economic Times, 12/3/2014)

China Climate Pledge May Put Cap on Coal (Radio Free Asia, 12/1/2014)

Bipartisan House members see LNG exports as prelude to lifting crude ban (E&E Publishing, 11/21/2014)

Video Coverage of NBR Event “China’s Energy Crossroads” (Sinovision, 11/18/2014)

The search for 60 on Keystone XL (Politico, 11/18/2014)

This Week: Keystone Vote, Policy Outlook (Roll Call, 11/17/2014)

North America and Asia: Big Tech for Climate (The Hill, 11/15/2014)

Obama Visits Myanmar, a Success Story That Has Soured (Bloomberg Businessweek, 11/14/2014)

On the Line: Obama Foreign Policy (Voice of America, 11/11/2014)

Banking on your executive’s compliance with the trade secrets law (Lexology, 11/4/2014)

Interview: Melody Meyer, President, Chevron Asia Pacific exploration and production (Oil and Gas Technology, 10/28/2014)

While PLA attempting for expeditionary status, says expert (Observer Research Foundation Report, 10/28/2014)

While China Waits on Shale Gas, Soaring Energy Demands Create Regional Tensions (New Security Beat, 10/15/2014)

As Western markets shut doors, Russia looks east (Anadolu Agency Energy News Terminal, 10/5/2014)

US Watches Hong Kong Protests, Weighs Approach (Voice of America, 10/3/2014)

China’s Demand Growth May Make It Globally Dominant (Oil & Gas Journal, 9/29/2014)

U.S. Natural Gas Exports Could Change Market (Roll Call, 9/9/2014)

China’s Pursuit of a Domestic Life Science Sector (HealthIntelAsia, 8/29/2014)

Transitions: Democracy Lab Weekly Brief (Foreign Policy, 7/28/2014)

New Report Weighs Challenges and Opportunities for Improved Trade with India (Alliance for Fair Trade with India, 7/25/2014)

For Japan, What Comes After Collective Self-Defense? (The Diplomat, 7/4/2014)

Chevron: Gorgon LNG and Asia-Pacific demand (LNG Industry, 7/2/2014)

S. Korean vice FM urges energy cooperation in Northeast Asia (Yonhap News Agency, 6/30/2014)

S. Korean vice FM urges energy cooperation in Northeast Asia (Global Post, 6/30/2014)

Foreign Ministry to Host the 2014 Pacific Energy Summit (MK Business News, 6/26/2014)

Could Tensions in the South China Sea Spark a War? (The National Interest, 5/31/2014)

U.S. must do more to recognize cyberthreats, say Gorton and Dicks (among others) (The Oregonian, 5/29/2014)

China’s Leader, Seeking to Build Its Muscle, Pushes Overhaul of the Military (New York Times, 5/24/2014)

Decade of Sino-Russian Talks on Natural Gas Finally Yields Agreement (Caixin Online, 5/23/2014)

China’s Alleged Cybertheft Could Cost US Billions (Voice of America, 5/21/2014)The Contrasting Trajectories of China’s East Asia Policy (World Politics Review, 5/20/2014)

China/Vietnam Flare-Up Could Knock Obama’s Asia Strategy Off Balance
(KMBZ Kansas City, 5/16/2014)

Putin’s Hollowed-Out Homeland (Wall Street Journal, 5/7/2014)

China Pursues More Controls on Coal (Radio Free Asia, 4/28/2014)

U.S. LNG export can have large impact overseas (The Globe and Mail, April 27, 2014)

Northwest coal terminals could export 100 million tons yearly, expert says (Puget Sound Business Journal, April 25, 2014)

China health care reform poses risks and opportunities for foreign firms (South China Morning Post, April 8, 2014)

SDF needs more “flexibility” over security policy: ex-U.S. official (Kyodo News International, April 4, 2014)

China Runs Risk with New Gas Route Through Central Asia (Radio Free Asia, March 24, 2014)

U.S. Urges Action on Rohingya Discrimination (Myanmar Times/AFP, 3/26/2014)

Former Director of National Intelligence under President Obama Will Speak at Radisson Hotel, East Pennsboro Twp. (The Patriot News, 3/19/2014)

Political Clouds Darken over China Smog (Radio Free Asia, 3/3/2014)

President reiterates plan to reduce size of military force (Taipei Times, 2/14/2014)

The Chinese Military’s Toughest Opponent: Corruption (The Diplomat, 2/1/2014)

North to Pose Regional Threat in 2014 (Daily UK – Live from Seoul, 12/23/2013)

N. Korea expected to continue show of force next year (The Korea Times, 12/22/2013)

Regardez la garde rapprochée de Kim Jong-un rétrécir à vue d’oeil (Slate.fr, 12/16/2013)

Uncertainty Over China’s Coal Use Clouds Global Forecasts (Radio Free Asia, 12/13/2013)

N. Korea announces execution of leader’s ‘traitor’ uncle (AFP, 12/13/2013)

China wary of sourcing too much gas from the US (Sydney Morning Herald, 11/11/2013)

China Revises Efficiency Targets as Energy Campaign Lags (Radio Free Asia, 11/11/2013)

Santos, Origin, Oil Search, Woodside: Gas outlook paints a rosy picture (The Motley Fool, 11/11/2013)

U.S. gas boom to fracture Asia energy scene: study (Japan Times, 11/8/2013)

Gas boom to reshape US role in Asia (SKYNEWS.com.au, 11/8/2013)

China Hesitates as Washington OKs Natural-Gas Exports (Wall Street Journal, 11/7/2013)

Japanese Political Elite Divided over Country’s Nuclear Future (OilPrice.com, 10/31/2013)

U.S. Expert on Japan Says “Japanese Nukes May Be Possible” (Business Korea, 10/24/2013)

Can a Shriveled Japan Defend Itself? (National Interest, 10/23/2013)

Dams Will Ensure Safe Water Supply, Says India Caucus Report (IndiaWest, 10/20/2013)

China still one of places for growth: U.S. experts (English.news.cn, 9/27/2013)

Navy plans more people, new planes and ships for Washington (Kitsap Peninsula Business Journal, 9/25/2013)

Don’t abandon Taiwan for better China ties (CNN World, 9/12/2013)

Strategies for Improving U.S.-China Military Relations (CDNews.com, 9/4/2013)

China Faces Challenge Dodging US Sanctions Over Iranian Oil Imports (Radio Free Asia, 9/2/2013)

Is India a ‘Global Swing State’ in International Policy? (India West, 8/25/2013)

China’s GDP growth may be optimistic (Asia Times Online, 8/6/2013)

China’s Energy Use Lags With Economy (Radio Free Asia, 8/5/2013)

Snowden affair clouds U.S. attempts to press China to curb cyber theft (Reuters, 7/8/2013)

Promoting Trans-Pacific cooperation in a New Energy Era (Environmenal Expert, 6/25/2013)

Experts predict conflicting policies over Asian trade pacts (China Daily, 6/19/2013)

US lawmakers, businesses demand Indian trade reforms (Economic Times, 6/19/2013)

Period of benign drift may be best for Asia (Bangkok Post, 6/15/2013)

The cyber security recommendations of Blair and Huntsman’s report on China’s IP theft (Foreign Policy, 5/23/2013)

Chinese Cyberattacks Sore Spot In Relations With U.S. (The Huffington Post, 5/8/2013)

Counterterrorism: The Way Ahead – Analysis (Eurasia Review, 5/62013)

China Cuts Fuel Prices as Demand Wanes (Radio Free Asia, 5/6/2013)

MMRGlobal Patent Valuation Increases From Issuance of Japanese Patent (MMRGlobal Inc., 5/6/2013)

ASEAN Unity: From Word To Deed – Analysis (Eurasia Review, 5/2/2013)

A question for the NYTimes: If I don’t get in fights with my neighbors, am I a ‘loner’? (Washington Post, 4/30/2013)

Taiwan runs live-fire military exercise (Financial Times, 4/17/2013)

Getting Canadian Gas to Asian Markets (The Diplomat, 4/13/2013)

Ma calls for cooperation and peace in East Asia (Taipei Times, 4/10/2013)

Global demand expected to remain high enough for LNG development in B.C. (The Vancouver Sun, 4/5/2013)

Former Obama adviser Blair pushes diplomatic benefit of LNG exports (Platts, 4/5/2013)

Canada Taps LNG Export Market: While the U.S. Waits, Canada Makes Moves (Energy & Capital, 4/4/2013)

Canada’s close ties with Asia of little concern to United States (The Vancouver Sun, 4/3/2013)

Liquefied natural gas: Transforming US into global energy hub (The Hill, 4/2/2013)

The high-risk, high-stakes plan to export LNG from B.C. to Asia (The Globe and Mail, 4/2/2013)

Self-sufficiency will open doors in Asia-Pacific region (The Vancouver Sun, 4/1/2013)

How to Secure Our Energy Future: Lawmakers need to rethink energy and environmental security (U.S. News, 4/1/2013)Lynch and Woo: Canada must act before Asia finds energy supply (Calgary Herald, 3/19/2013)

Will Xi Jinping Be the Reformer China Needs? (Bloomberg Businessweek, 2/28/2013)

The U.S. Must Stop China’s Bullying Of Japan – OpEd (Eurasia Review, 2/26/2013)

China wants in on US-Japan relationship (The Christian Science Monitor, 2/22/2013)

Rescue highlights MARSOC’s role in Pacific (Marine Corps Times, 2/18/2013)

Chinese investment in US the key to better relations (ABC Radio Australia, 2/18/2013)

China Seeks Smog Cause (Radio Free Asia, 1/29/2013)

DIIFSD’s two day dialogue exchange on marriage and fertility in Arab world concludes with successful outcomes (AMEinfo.com, 1/29/2013)

On the Rack” China Brief (The Peking Review, 12/24/2012)

Partnering Across the Pacific: How a U.S.-Japan partnership can provide pharma potential (Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News, 12/17/2012)

Google goes shopping for The Next Big Thing, finds the cupboard bare thanks to US patent law (Quartz, 12/4/2012)Expert tells Alaska to get moving on pipeline if it wants to sell gas to Asia (Alaska Dispatch, 11/29/2012)

Asean: Soma, Exotica (Maylaya Business News, 11/22/2012)

U.S. Rethinks Security As Mideast Oil Imports Drop (NPR, 11/16/2012)

Taking tea with China is a natural appointment
(Gulf News, 11/3/2012)

Still-Vigorous Asian Budgets Focus on Naval, Air Forces (Defense News, 10/24/2012)

Analysis – Canada’s tough stance on foreign buyers won’t cut oil growth (Reuters, 10/24/2012)

Rising East Asian oil, gas demand poses US policy questions (Oil & Gas Journal, 10/8/2012)

US should move quickly to export LNG, experts say (Oil & Gas Journal, 10/8/2012)

U.S. Marines complete Australian tour (UPI, 10/5/2012)

US Deputy Secretary Defence Carter: “By 2020, we will have shifted 60 percent of our naval assets to the Pacific” (Shanghaiist, 10/4/2012)

Pentagon has resources to implement Asia strategy: Carter
(560WGAN News Radio, October 3, 2012)

Energy independence? For the U.S., it’s a pipe dream (Marketplace, October 3, 2012)

Energy Use Slides (Radio Free Asia, October 1, 2012)

North America’s Natural Gas Boom Comes to the Asia-Pacific (The Diplomat, September 27, 2012)

The Interview: Robert Kaplan (The Diplomat, September 21, 2012)

Green gloves must stay on (China Daily – USA, 9/14/2012)

Navy uses humanitarian aid to build relationships, boost US image in Asia-Pacific region (Minneapolis Star Tribune, 9/12/2012)

RI to strengthen public-private health partnership (The Jakarta Post, 9/4/2012)

Islands dispute rocks diplomatic relations between Japan and China (The Irish Times, 8/25/2012)

Nexen buy could aid CNOOC’s S. China Sea push (Upstream, 8/6/2012)

India’s infrastructure woes, in two charts (The Washington Post, 8/6/2012)

CNOOC-Nexen deal seen helping China’s South China Sea thrust (Reuters, 8/3/2012)

Pentagon’s Pacific pivot (KOMO.news, 8/3/2012)

The Power Gap Behind India’s Mass Blackouts (The New York Times, 7/31/2012)

Why India Just Suffered the World’s Biggest Blackout (LiveScience, 7/31/2012)

Will the US defend Philippines if China attacks? (ABS-CBN News, 7/25/2012)

Childhood obesity: Tips for parents (Yahoo News, 7/15/2012)

Clinton Warns of Sea Clashes as China Delays Talks Over Rules (Bloomberg, 7/11/2012)

US Military Faces Balancing Act in Asia (Voice of America, 7/5/2012)

Guam briefing held on Capitol Hill (KUAM News, 6/30/2012)

UPDATE: Bordallo outlines vision of economic development and defense strategy on Capitol Hill (Pacific Daily News, 6/30/2012)

Q&A: The Culture of Medicine Runs on People Power, Not Tech (The Atlantic, 6/27/2012)

The WHO Dealmakers: Sending Vaccine Technology To The Third World
(Asian Scientist, 6/27/2012)

Analysis: Healthcare sees emerging future in frugal innovation (Reuters, 6/20/2012)

Exploring disruptive innovations in health care: High impact networking and ideas exchange at the Pacific Health Summit (Center for Health Market Innovations, 6/19/2012)

New hope for women who need protection from HIV (The Guardian, 6/13/2012)

Dying for the Lack of a Simple Test (Huffington Post UK, 6/13/2012)

Thailand-US move to strengthen alliance (Bangkok Post, 6/8/2012)

Bo Xilai Just a Sideshow (China Business Watch, 4/27/2012)

Bo scandal ‘good’ for China, expert says (CNN, 4/23/2012)

US expert poses ‘dramatic question’ about Taiwan (Taipei Times, 4/20/2012)

What we know and don’t know about Bo
(Foreign Policy, 4/19/2012)

China Detains Allies of Ousted Official (The New York Times, 4/19/2012)

US experts say Taiwan a vital interest (Taipei Times, 4/19/2012)

U.S. will maintain ties with Taiwan, pivot toward Asia: scholars
(Focus Taiwan, 4/18/2012)

US, EU, Japan File WTO Complaint Against China Over Rare Earth Exports (International Business Times, 3/13/2012)

The Maldives are in political upheaval. Why do we care?
(Los Angeles Times, 2/10/2012)

India’s human wealth (The Pioneer, 1/5/2012)

Vietnam, China agree to boost ties (Thanhnien News, 12/22/2011)

Containing the Young Kim (Wall Street Journal, 12/20/2011)

Panetta’s Asian mission: difficult, but still possible (Daily Maverick, 10/26/2011)

U.S. Pivots Eastward to Address Uneasy Allies (The New York Times, 10/25/2011)

The Dying Bear: Russia’s Demographic Disaster (Foreign Affairs, November/December 2011)

South China Sea: It takes two to tangle (The Philippine Star, 10/14/2011)

Analysis: Last stand for Russia in China gas talks (CNBC, 10/13/2011)

In Russia, a Demographic Crisis and Worries for Nation’s Future (The Atlantic, 10/11/2011)

China and the Eurasian Union (The Diplomat, 10/7/2011)

Ten years after 9/11, Americans are safer but there is more to do (The Seattle Times, 9/06/2011)

Go-Playing Kan Loses With Resignation That Sparks Successor Race (BusinessWeek, 8/26/2011)

Japan Premier Naoto Kan Resigns After Backlash Over Handling of Earthquake
(Bloomberg, 8/26/2011)

Seth Berkeley: A lifetime search for equity through vaccines (The East African, 8/14/2011)

Right to know (Thanh Nien Daily, 8/12/2011)

Immunization is the most important health intervention (The Times of India, 8/3/2011)

US,India should co-develop weapons tech (ZEENEWS, 8/2/2011)

Coming soon: An improved, noiseless female condom by Esther Nakkazi, 2011 Pacific Health Summit participant
(The East African, 7/24/2011)

Why India Wouldn’t Buy American Fighter Jets (Wall Street Journal, 7/22/2011)

Mideast Oil Drives China Disputes (Radio Free Asia, 7/18/2011)

Haiti Refused Cholera Vaccine, Chief Says (Financial Times, 7/10/2011)

Made in China, Protected in Africa (Mail & Guardian – South Africa, 7/1/2011)

J&J to link up product marketing (Financial Times, 6/26/2011)

Merck’s Julie Gerberding, Former CDC Director, on the Future of Vaccines (Xconomy, 6/24/2011)

Microsoft Looks to Business Tools for Health Care (PCWorld, 6/23/2011)

Microsoft sees a role for Kinect in health care (CNET, 6/23/2011)

From the Pacific Health Summit: Vaccines Equity Could Be a Possibility (UN Dispatch, 6/22/2011)

‘U.S. needs Pakistan more than Pakistan needs US’ (The Express Tribune, 6/21/2011)

Oil Search Sparks Security Concerns (Radio Free Asia, 6/13/2011)

China Fears Fuel Shortage (Radio Free Asia, 5/23/11)

Seeking low-carbon energy security for Asia-Pacific (The Jakarta Post, 4/19/2011)

Kirk: Washington Wants Three Pending FTAs Put into Effect (airang, 4/01/11)

US military sees extended help for Japan (AFP, 3/30/2011)

Remarks by Ambassador Ron Kirk to the National Bureau of Asian Research (USTR Press Office, 3/30/11)

US puts Japan trade push on back burner (AFP, 3/30/11)

US-China wind turbine talks “very productive” – USTR (Reuters, 3/30/11)

PLN to spend $15b to build gas-fired power plants (The Jakarta Post, 2/24/11)

RI to import 4.5m tons of LNG starting in 2013 (The Jakarta Post, 2/24/11)

2013, Indonesia Impor 4,5 Juta Ton Gas Alam per Tahun (MediaIndonesia.com, 2/24/11)

Indonesia’s domestic gas price should give fair return: BPMigas (Platts, 2/23/11)

Domestic gas supply scarce despite huge reserves (The Jakarta Post, 2/22/11)

High oil prices pose serious risk to global recovery: Birol (Platts, 2/22/11)

Birol Says IEA Stockpiles Ready `If There Is A Need’ (Bloomberg, 2/22/11)

Australia, Indonesia, PNG to help drive ‘golden age’ of gas: Birol (Platts, 2/22/11)

Asia Kendalikan Pasar Gas Dunia (TEMPO interaktif, 2/22/11)

PLA drive targets Taiwan: US study (Taipei Times, 1/8/11)

Sea border a trigger for Korean peninsula tension (Los Angeles Times, 1/6/11)

Defending Korea Line Seen Contrary to Law by Kissinger Remains U.S. Policy (Bloomberg News, 12/16/10)

Hitting the North (Los Angeles Times, 11/29/10)

Slowing Down Population (Manila Bulletin, 11/22/10)

India-U.S. to build strong, strategic defence ties: report
(The Hindu, 11/4/10)

US talks up China factor ahead of Obama visit news (Domain-b, 11/4/10)

Strong India-US defense ties expected: NBR (Washington Bangla Radio, 11/4/10)

China’s massive commodities appetite moves markets (AFP, 10/23/10)

New N. Korean Leadership Must Honor Denuclearization Says US Assistant Secretary of State Kurt Campbell (Arirang, 9/30/10)

Notes on Asia’s Changing Demographics (Across the Aisle blog, 9/28/10)

Gates wants easing of restrictions on hi-tech exports to India (Business Standard, 9/24/10)

US hopes China, Japan resolve row peacefully (AFP, 9/17/10)

Демографический кризис – препятствие модернизации России (Voice of America, 8/13/10)

Beijing Disputes Energy Record (Radio Free Asia, 8/2/10)

New Wellesley College deans (Boston.com News, 7/6/10)

Can Medical Technology Solve the Health Care Problem? (New York Times, 7/2/10)

Dybul: ‘We need to be more efficient’ (Science Speaks: HIV & TB News, 6/25/10)

Wireless ICT for Maternal and Newborn Health (UN Dispatch, 6/24/10)

Live from the Pacific Health Summit (Global Health Magazine, 6/24/10)

Playing for high stakes at the G20 (The Guardian, 6/23/10)

Pentagon Official: China Showing New Assertiveness in Asia (Voice of America, 6/18/10)

China’s military secrecy damages trust: U.S. official (Focus Taiwan News Channel, 6/18/10)

Slade Gorton’s political legacy (Puget Sound Business Journal, 5/25/10)

North Korea makes everyone nervous, including China (Seattle Times, 5/24/10)

US Trade Representative Underscores Importance Of Southeast Asia (Bernama, 5/4/10)

China Sets Sights On Enhanced Air, Sea Power (NPR’s All Things Considered, 4/22/10)

China Thwarts Russian Goal (Radio Free Asia, 4/5/10)

Rousing China To Military Dominance (Newsweek, 3/19/10)

The Great Crash of 2008; Gravity Shift: How Asia’s New Economic Powerhouses Will Shape the Twenty-first Century; Strategic Asia 2009-10: Economic Meltdown and Geopolitical Stability (Foreign Affairs, March/April 2010)

Energy Shortfalls Prompt Elusive Reform (Radio Free Asia, 2/15/10)

RDI receives largest individual gift from philanthropist in Asia (The Seattle Times, 2/3/10)

The Director of national intelligence to give KSU Landon Lecture (KTKA, 1/22/10)

The new battle of Okinawa (The Economist, 1/14/10)

U.S. Announces $20 Million to Help Afghanistan Agriculture (The Epoch Times, 1/12/10)

Worthy Of Their Blurbs (Outlook India, 1/11/2010)

NBR Report Underscores Mutual Distrust Impeding South Asian CT Cooperation (MacArthur Foundation Asia Security Initiative blog, 1/6/10)

Korea’s troop deployment in Afghanistan serves Korea’s national interest: scholar (Yonhap News, 1/5/2010)

China’s Family Planning Goes Awry (Far Eastern Economic Report, 12/4/2009)

S Asia should address non-traditional security challenges, say experts (Financial Express, 11/21/09)

Secure Land Rights Will Boost China’s Rural Economy, Survey Says (PNN Online, 9/18/09)

A conversation with China, not a lecture (Seattle Times, 9/17/09)

India, Pakistan and Nuclear Power (KUOW, 9/16/09)

Special Report: Kamphausen on U.S.-China Military-to-Military Cooperation (Asian Security Initiative Blog, 9/16/09)

(Diamond Online, 11/5/09)

Waking up to a new alliance (Observing Japan blog, 11/4/09)

Asia-Pacific Must Invest Up to $9.7 Trillion by 2030 to Meet Energy Needs (Solomon Times, 11/3/09)

Vietnam attends Pacific Energy Summit in Japan (Vietnam+, 11/3/09)

Asia-Pacific must invest up to US$9.7tr by 2030 to meet energy needs (Environmental Expert, 11/3/09)

China Gas Deal Stalls (Radio Free Asia, 10/27/09)

Private US peacemakers: will Europe’s wealthy families follow this lead? (New Europe, 10/11/09)

Sanjaya Baru: India’s stake in the dollar’s future (Business Standard, 10/7/09)

Behind the Scenes on a New Vaccines Push in India (ScienceInsider, 9/17/09)

Poodle or Pekinese? Yukio Hatoyama has to clarify some contradictory messages to the world (The Economist, 9/17/09)

U.S. urged to prepare for new Japan challenges (Reuters, 9/1/09)

China Curbs False Data (Radio Free Asia, 7/7/09)

TB Anywhere is TB Everywhere! (Seattle PI, 6/18/09)

Sanofi-aventis to Donate 100 Million Swine Flu Vaccinations to WHO (OH&S News, 6/21/09)

Sanofi CEO Bets Outside U.S., Gears Up for Flu Pandemic, and Seeks To Learn From Biotech (Xconomy, 6/19/09)

TB Isn’t Going Away, and Pharma Isn’t Ignoring It
(Xconomy, 6/18/09)

TB Anywhere is TB Everywhere! (Seattle PI, 6/18/09)

Sanofi donates flu vaccine to developing countries (PharmaTimes, 6/18/09)

Sanofi-Aventis calls for action against swine flu (Hays Pharma News, 6/18/09)

UW Stem Cell Startup is Born, Global Health’s “Davos” Arrives, MDRNA Unloads Debt, & More Seattle-Area Life Sciences News (Seattle PI, 6/18/09)

Drug revives hope in battle against MDR-TB (IOL, 6/18/2009)

Tibotec, TB Alliance Join To Expedite Development Of Promising TB Drug (Kaiser Daily Global Health Policy Report, 6/18/09)

Companies work together on TB drugs (Seattle Times 6/18/09)

Deadly and Stubborn, TB Threat Rises (KPLU, 6/17/2009)

Sanofi to donate 100 million flu shots to WHO (Reuters, 6/17/09)

Accelerated Development of New Treatment for Multi Drug-Resistant Tuberculosis: TB Alliance and Tibotec Announce Unique Partnership to Develop TMC207 (Earthtimes 6/17/09)

Sanofi-Aventis Donates 100 Million Flu Vaccine Doses to WHO at Seattle Summit (Xconomy 6/17/09)

Johnson & Johnson, TB Alliance Form Partnership to Push New TB Drug Through Clinic (Xconomy 6/17/09)

Unique Collaboration Between TB Alliance and Tibotec To Accelerate Tuberculosis Drug Development (RX Times 6/17/09)

BD and FIND Achieve Milestone in Global Battle Against MDR-TB (PR Newswire 6/17/09)

Sanofi-Aventis Donating Swine Flu Vaccine To WHO (Manufacturing.net 6/17/09)

WHO welcomes sanofi-aventis’s donation of vaccine (World Health Organization 6/17/09)

Global health leaders gather for Seattle TB summit (Bellingham Herald 6/17/09)

Global-health stars converge on Seattle (The Seattle Times, 6/17/09)

Sanofi-Pasteur to Donate 100 Million Doses of Influenza H1N1 Vaccine to WHO (eNews Park Forest 6/17/09)

Seattle’s Pacific Health Summit, the “Davos” of Global Health, Zeroes in on Tuberculosis (Xconomy 6/16/09)

Also In Global Health News: Major Gatherings In Seattle (Medical News Today 6/16/09)

Sanofi Global Health Luminaries Descending on Seattle (KPLU Local News, 6/15/09)

Tuberculosis remains a threat in a global health city (Seattle Times, 6/15/09)

Asian think tank foresees a higher profile with new Seattle headquarters (Puget Sound Business Journal 6/12/09)

Renowned Global Health Figure Dr. Paul Farmer at UW Campus June 18 (Seattle Times 6/11/09)

Africa: U.S. Global Partnerships Key in Fighting Drug-Resistant TB (AllAfrica.com, 6/9/09)

And for Seattle’s next ‘World’s Fair,’…Puget Sound boosters are proposing to launch an annual Global Health Celebration in 2012 to re-brand Seattle for the new century (Crosscut, 6/5/09)

Washington Post Urges Regime to Free Suu Kyi’s Doctor (The Irrawaddy 5/13/09)

(Los Angeles Times, 4/26/20121)

Making Friends with Tyrants (The Irrawaddy 4/20/09)

Drunken Nation: Russia’s Depopulation Bomb (World Affairs Journal 4/20/09)

The CCP’s economic coercion to Taiwan and Australia Bo Ming calls for countermeasures with “Economic NATO” (Epoch Times, 4/16/21)

Taiwan’s pineapple becomes a victim of China’s economic bullying, US officials call for an “Economic NATO” countermeasure (Newtalk, 4/16/21)

Taiwan’s pineapple becomes a victim of China’s economic bullying, US officials call for an “Economic NATO” countermeasure (Newtalk, 4/16/21)

Taiwan’s pineapple becomes a victim of China’s economic bullying, US officials call for an “Economic NATO” countermeasure (Newtalk, 4/16/21)

US wants common Myanmar strategy with Asia (AFP 4/1/09)

特稿/美「中」在亞太地區的競合形勢 (China Defense News 3/18/09)