Sean Mirski is co-editor of Crux of Asia: China, India and the Emerging Global Order.
"What is happening is that the age-old logic of power politics is undermining the European project of transnational integration on equal terms..."
The TPP is not just about economics as it has the potential to be a pillar of American grand strategy in the Asia-Pacific for decades to come.
"The United States has not employed international law as effectively as it could to stop China’s scramble for mastery over the South China Sea."
Age-old rivalries will resurge. Is America prepared to mediate them?
Make no mistake: This is a contest for global supremacy.
Has Moscow overplayed its hand?
U.S. policy makers should recognize that the next crisis in the South China Sea could inadvertently start in the waters between a fishing trawler and a zealous coast-guard cutter.
"No one argues that China is about to make a mad grab at world domination. That doesn’t mean, though, that Beijing cannot erode elements of the current global dispensation and substitute its own over time."
"For Abe to prevail, he must present a clearer case to the Japanese public about the strategic importance of the right to collective self-defense."
"The strategy that once propelled ISIS to the heights of success will become the source of its downfall."
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