The South China Sea dispute can be apprehended as a convergence of power politics and political economy with overlapping sovereignty claims.
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The “Freedom Convoy:” How an anti-vax trucker movement devolved into white supremacy
Tensions are rising as trucker protests radicalize.
North Korean hypersonic missile tests rattle East Asia
As Pyongyang ramps up its program, should Washington be worried?
The 21st century space race is heating up, and the United States must prepare to handle the heat
Beijing shoots for the moon. Can Washington keep up?
Sino-Indian border clashes are driving India and the United States closer together
An increasingly assertive and aggressive China will only drive India and the United States closer together.
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Fellows Ryan and Matt debate increasing tension within the bloc and what it means for Ankara.
Under Trump, the Department of Homeland Security overstepped its authority in Central America
DHS played an outsized role in Central American foreign policy and violated international human rights agreements under Trump.
Trump’s new refugee cap is an attack on asylum seekers
The administration's refugee cap for 2021 endangers the lives of people fleeing violence and persecution across the world.
Thousands of Tibetans coerced into mass labor camps
New labor programs in the region show alarming similarities to internment camps in Xinjiang.
Suspected sabotage at Iranian nuclear facility reveals possible shift in U.S.-Israeli strategy
Recent escalation comes after sanctions failed to deter nuclear behavior or bring about regime change.