- NewsletterJul 29, 2014
This month's edition of the International Security Program's electronic publication includes:
From the Director's Chair
By Kathleen Hicks
Update on the Budget
By David Berteau
Ballistic and Cruise Missile Defense Advances
By Tom Karako
- NewsletterBy Sarah HongJul 25, 2014
Kim Moo-sung, 62, is the newly elected chairman of the supreme council of the Saenuri Party. Currently, he is a member of the National Assembly of the Republic of Korea representing Yongdo District of Pusan and was a member of the Land and Transportation Committee in the National Assembly from April 2013 to May 2014.
- NewsletterJul 25, 2014
The Korea Chair team takes a biweekly look back at events of interest in Washington, Seoul, and the region from July 10 - July 23, 2014.
- NewsletterJul 24, 2014
China National Petroleum Corporation (CNPC) made a surprise announcement on July 16: it had decided to withdraw a drilling rig from waters claimed by Vietnam south of the Paracel Islands.
- NewsletterBy Ting XuJul 23, 2014
PacNet #60 - Don’t kill the goose that lays the golden eggs by Ting Xu
Ting Xu (firstname.lastname@example.org) is a non-resident Handa Fellow at the Pacific Forum CSIS and director of advisory at Aetos Strategy & Advisory in Hong Kong.
- NewsletterBy Brad Glosserman, Denny RoyJul 22, 2014
PacNet #59 - A new model of (old) leadership in China by Brad Glosserman and Denny Roy
- NewsletterBy Victor ChaJul 22, 2014
Unification - a perennial topic of discussion among political scientists - has now become an interest of investors. Undeniably this phenomenon is a reflection or outgrowth of the Park Geun-hye government’s labeling of “unification bonanza” or grand opportunity or jackpot in her famous speech in Dresden, Germany.
- NewsletterBy Robert SutterJul 21, 2014
PacNet #58 -- Dealing with America’s China Problem in Asia – Targeting China’s Vulnerabilities by Robert Sutter
Robert Sutter (email@example.com) is a professor at George Washington University.
- NewsletterBy Jonathan Berkshire MillerJul 17, 2014
PacNet #57 - Fresh Opportunities for Japan-Korea Cooperation
- NewsletterBy Sebastian MaslowJul 16, 2014
Sebastian Maslow (firstname.lastname@example.org) is research fellow at the German Institute for Japan Studies Tokyo (DIJ). Previously he was an assistant professor of Japanese international politics at Heidelberg University’s Centre for East Asian Studies. He is the co-editor of the forthcoming volume ‘Risk State: Japan’s Foreign Policy in an Age of Uncertainty’ published by Ashgate.