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How the Next US President Should Handle the South China Sea
Beijing will test the mettle of the next U.S. administration in the South China Sea. At a minimum, China is determined to use “passive assertiveness” to exercise greater contr...
By Marcel Angliviel de la Beaumelle & Patrick M. Cronin
Dueling Narratives, Dueling Visions of ASEAN
China-U.S. relations retain a high degree of stability and do not operate within a zero-sum game. They do, however, operate against the background music of dueling narratives ...
By Cecilia Zhou & Patrick M. Cronin
Korea's Growing Security Dilemma
The Korean Peninsula remains the most dangerous flashpoint in East Asia. The decisions made in the Blue House over the next year or two may accelerate a growing security dile...
By Patrick M. Cronin