Regime survival is what drives North Korea’s seemingly irrational behavior – and the rest of the world would do well to take notice.
Shinzo Abe’s insistence on rearmament does more harm than good to Japanese security.
Is China abandoning economic reform for good?
This year’s International Army Game was less of an exercise and more of a who’s who of the world’s best armies. Who won? Depends whom you ask.
As plans are finalized for the salvaging of the South Korean ferry Sewol, many are wondering whether it’s worth the price tag.
Once conflict erupted in Yemen, India and China wasted no time in evacuating civilians of all stripes. What does this moment mean for the future of Sino-Indian relations?
As South Korea draws closer to accepting the American-built THAAD missile defense system, China, Russia, and particularly North Korea remain on high alert.
It is no secret that China is aggressively staking out its claims in the South China Sea, but its campaign of island reclamation may lead to conflict in the region.
America’s record of engagement in Central Asia has been extensive during its post-9/11 era of adventurism. Yet with the continuing withdrawal from Afghanistan and its more recent commitment to an Asia-orientated foreign strategy, the U.S. is on track to dramatically decrease its investment in the region.