Tag Archives: Pivot

Shangri La Dialogue 2015: Setting the agenda for Asia Pacific

by Darshana M. Baruah. She is a Junior Fellow at the New Delhi based think tank, Observer Research Foundation, is working on the South China Sea and has completed her Masters in International Relations from Cardiff University in 2012. The … Continue reading

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ISIS: Here to Stay! – Part 1/3

by Sascha Bruchmann. Sascha Bruchmann studied International Law and International Politics in Germany and in the US. He worked as an analyst, covering the MENA region. A geopolitical analysis of the larger situation in the Middle East reveals that the … Continue reading

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Can the United States Retain its Hegemony in the Asia-Pacific?

by Jeong Lee, a freelance writer. This article was originally published on the Georgetown Journal of International Affairs on February 24th, 2014. Last Monday, I spoke on South Korea’s air strategy at the 7th Asia-Pacific Security Conference (APSEC) in Singapore, where the participants discussed the … Continue reading

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“Inconsistent” Asia Pivot Could Exacerbate Sino-American Tension

If the United States fail to adequate communicate their “pivot” or “rebalancing” to East Asia and emphasize its military component at the expense of necessary economic cooperation, it risks heightening Chinese fears of encirclement, the nation’s former ambassador to China … Continue reading

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