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US Asia Relations

Why the U.S. and Japan Should Lead in the Pacific

安倍晋三 (Shinzō Abe) | Posted 05.04.2015 | World
安倍晋三 (Shinzō Abe)

Our predecessors' actions brought great suffering to Asia's peoples, and we must never avert our eyes from that. Today the U.S. and Japan must spread and nurture their shared values: the rule of law, democracy and freedom.

U.S. Urges Allies To Think Twice Before Joining China-Led Bank

Reuters | Matthias Sobolewski and Jason Lange | Posted 05.18.2015 | World

By Matthias Sobolewski and Jason Lange BERLIN/WASHINGTON, March 17 (Reuters) - The United States has urged countries to t...

The Sino-Russia Partnership Is Stronger Than the West Thinks

Gilbert Rozman | Posted 01.11.2015 | World
Gilbert Rozman

Anti-imperialism has survived as a pillar of ideology, as has Sinocentrism and Russocentrism, which focus overwhelmingly on resistance to the United States and its allies.

Will ISIS Battle Force U.S. to Pivot Away From Asia?

Wang Wenfeng | Posted 11.29.2014 | World
Wang Wenfeng

The Asia-Pacific is about America's future and Obama believes this must be reflected in the U.S. government's global strategy. So, even as the threat of a more chaotic Middle East has loomed, people from America's two political camps still want to make sure that the strategic gravity of the country remains in Asia.

China's President To America: Leave Asia To Asians

Arirang News | Posted 05.22.2014 | World

President Xi Jinping at an international security summit in Shanghai on Wednesday said that the problems facing Asia today should be handled by the na...

Top Chinese Strategist: Will U.S.-China Relations Turn Into 'True Rivalry Between False Friends?'

The Asahi Shimbun | Koichi Furuya | Posted 05.14.2014 | World

Restoring China’s national pride is a primary concern for President Xi Jinping as he seeks to establish a "new type of great power relationship" wit...

The Philippine-U.S. New Security Pact: Good Bargain, or a Lopsided Deal?

Richard Javad Heydarian | Posted 07.02.2014 | Politics
Richard Javad Heydarian

Filipino officials have emphatically announced a new era in Philippine-U.S. bilateral alliance. Critics, however, believe the administration has offered Americans precious access to Philippine bases in exchange for marginal tactical advantages.

Dispelling Discord between Japan and the U.S. Is an Urgent Task

Fumio Matsuo | Posted 06.25.2014 | World
Fumio Matsuo

President Obama has just completed a two-day visit to Japan for high-level meetings, including an unprecedented "three-star sushi shop conference" with Prime Minister Shinzo Abe. Now that the two nations have reaffirmed their longstanding alliance, including a commitment by the U.S. to Japan's defense of the Senkaku Islands, I would like even more strongly to press for my suggestion that Mr. Abe to pay his respects at the U.S.S. Arizona Memorial in Hawaii. This is because the gap in understanding between Japan and the U.S. remains a deep one, despite Mr. Obama's visit.

Watch: Henry Kissinger On Cooperation And Power In U.S.-Asia Relations

Asia Society | Joshua Rosenfield | Posted 12.19.2014 | World

Originally posted to asiasociety.org. NEW YORK — Although the use of force is “not excluded” from relations among Asian countries, larg...