- NewsletterBy Dennis HickeyMay 5, 2016
Following Ma Ying-jeou’s election as president of the Republic of China (Taiwan) in 2008, Taiwan endorsed the “1992 Consensus.” Under this arrangement, both Taiwan and the Chinese mainland accept the principle of “one China,” but each side holds its own interpretation of what that means.
- NewsletterMay 4, 2016
The CSIS Korea Chair will be featuring a series of Korea Platforms with remarks from the distinguished speakers at the annual JoongAng Ilbo-CSIS Forum took place in Washington D.C. on May 3. The third in the series is the welcoming remarks by Ambassador Hong Seok-Hyun, Chairman and CEO of the JoongAng Media Network.
Ambassador Hong Seok-Hyun
- PacNet #39 - The Asian Development Bank and the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank: conditional collaboration?NewsletterBy Robert M. OrrMay 4, 2016
Creation of the Chinese-sponsored Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB) has won considerable attention in many capitals, particularly in Washington and Tokyo. Some view the establishment of the AIIB as a challenge to the supremacy of the post-World War II Bretton Woods order. Others see it as a symbol of shifting regional power in Asia.
- NewsletterBy The Honorable Wendy R. ShermanMay 4, 2016
The CSIS Korea Chair will be featuring a series of Korea Platforms with remarks from the distinguished speakers at the annual JoongAng Ilbo-CSIS Forum took place in Washington D.C. on May 3. The second in the series is the featured luncheon address by the Honorable Wendy R. Sherman, Senior Counselor, Albright Stonebridge Group, and Former Undersecretary of State for Political Affairs, U.S.
- NewsletterMay 3, 2016
The CSIS Korea Chair will be featuring a series of Korea Platforms with remarks from the distinguished speakers at the annual JoongAng Ilbo-CSIS Forum took place in Washington D.C. on May 3, 2016. The first in the series is keynote address by the Honorable Daniel Russel, Assistant Secretary of State for East Asian and Pacific Affairs, U.S. Department of State.
- Southeast Asia from Scott Circle: The Overlooked Gap in the Southeast Asia Maritime Security InitiativeNewsletterBy By Conor Cronin (@ConorCroninDC ), Research Associate, Southeast Asia Program (@SoutheastAsiaDC), CSISApr 28, 2016
- NewsletterBy Daniel RemlerApr 28, 2016
South Korean president Park Geun-hye’s Saenuri Party suffered a surprise defeat in legislative elections held on April 13, failing to secure a majority in the National Assembly.
- Issues & Insights Vol. 16 - No. 8 - The Japanese-European security relationship during the second Abe administrationReportBy Jonathan A. MezaApr 27, 2016
During the second administration of Shinzo Abe, Japan has shifted away from its traditional postwar policies of limited international engagement and the maintenance of a strictly defensive military posture.
- ReportApr 25, 2016
The South Asia subregion presents a moderate overall risk within the strategic context of the Indian Ocean Region (IOR). Two key issues take precedent: 1) the standing risk of armed conflict between the nuclear-armed forces of India and Pakistan, and 2) India’s potential to emerge as a dominant regional sea-air power, as well as a rival of China’s in both military and economic terms, in light of Chinese military and economic expansion into the region.
- NewsletterBy John J. Hamre, Yun Duk-min and Ambassador Su GeApr 22, 2016
The Center for Strategic and International Studies hosted a Track 1.5 dialogue regarding U.S.-ROK-China cooperation and coordination on the Korean Peninsula.
The partner institutions were the Korean National Diplomatic Academy (KNDA) and the China Institute of International Studies (CIIS).