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The Delusions of Counterinsurgency

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By David Martin Jones and Michael L.R. Smith The theory and practice of counterinsurgency, ‘COIN’, preoccupied Western military thinking after 9/11. In the Political Impossibility...

Ukraine Crisis: What it Means for the West

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By Andrew Wilson Andrew Wilson discusses his latest book: Ukraine Crisis: What it means for the West. He contends that the book is actually about...

Philippines 2016: Navigating Between the US and China

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By Dan Steinbock               In the past six years, Washington and Manila have been cementing a military alliance, which is reassuring to many Filipinos but leaves...

The Trans-Pacific Divisions

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By Dan Steinbock The White House’s effort to hammer the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) agreement in Maui failed. As time is running out for President Obama’s...

Venezuela – US Attack Imminent?

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By Peter Koenig Imagine, the President of the self-declared, exceptional and unique Superpower, Donald Trump of the United States of America, has the audacity to...

The Trump-Xi Summit Paves the Way to New Realism in US-Chinese Trade

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By Dan Steinbock                  Despite preliminary pessimism, the Trump-Xi Summit showed greater trade pragmatism than initially expected, even though it was overshadowed by a raw...

People Are Likening the Next Philippine President to Donald Trump. Here’s Why.

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By Walden Bello A hapless elite, an angry electorate, and a brash front-runner with little regard for democratic norms: The latest Philippine election sounds a...

The Failure of U.S.-North Korean Summit and the Future of U.S. Global Leadership

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By Timo Kivimäki The author discusses the implications brought about by the failure of the U.S.-North Korea summit and its correlation to the actions that will...

Cities in a Global Order

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By Simon Curtis The remarkable transformation of the world’s major cities over recent decades has been widely noted as being driven by a restructuring of...

How China’s Simultaneous Carrots and Sticks Work in Southeast Asia

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By Huong Le Thu China’s applies simultaneously dual tactics of coercion and inducement to assert its position regionally and globally. Demonstrations in Vietnam and the...

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