US Asia Pivot
The US-China bilateral relationship is too big to fail.
The summit’s only surprise came in the form of an unforced error from the US side.
A diplomatic incident over the dessert menu reflects just how hard it is for Washington to get its Asia allies on the same page on North Korea.
Reports suggest that China wants to build a military base in Australia’s backyard.
It’s time for US policy planners to deal with the China that exists, and not the imaginary one they have long hoped for.
The geopolitical world order is being remade under President Trump, but not necessarily in the way he intends. This series takes a region-by-region look at US foreign policy and asks: What does the decline of US power and influence mean for the world?
Before his departure was made official, Steve Bannon was floating the idea of tying a Korean nuclear deal to US troop withdrawals in the South.
Vietnam’s premier meets President Trump on the heels of the US administration’s first FONOP in the South China Sea.
China’s rise in the Asia-Pacific is bringing together two former enemies.
With the ‘Asia Pivot’ gone, and the TPP with it, Hanoi left to guess at what the Trump administration’s Asia Pacific policy will be.