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North America Politics

3 political risks to watch out for post-US election

We are less than 100 days away from US elections. How are regional tensions around the world likely to play out past the November 8th election?

Asia Pacific Politics

China-U.S. dialogue falls short on substance

In the midst of Asia-Pacific tensions, the recent China-U.S. summit failed to move beyond the rhetoric that has historically gridlocked relations.

Asia Pacific Security

The U.S.-China Strategic and Economic Dialogue: An Interview with Professor Wu Xinbo

In the context of the recent U.S.-China Strategic and Economic Dialogue, GRI sat down with Professor Wu Xinbo, a renowned expert on U.S.-China relations.

Asia Pacific Security

Beijing retains South China Sea as core interest

The booming expansion of China’s military forces into the South China Sea will give Beijing de facto control of the area at the expense of Washington and Southeast Asian countries. Beijing’s

Asia Pacific Economics

US seeks closer ASEAN ties, spelling conflict with China

President Obama stressed the United States’ commitment to ASEAN during a recent leaders summit in California. Deeper engagement over economic growth and regional security will be good news for investors,

Asia Pacific Economics

Yuan’s accession marks end to any containment of China

With the recent IMF decision to grant China’s currency the status of reserve currency, any attempts to “contain” China are over. China has taken a major step in confirming its