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Yun Sun quoted in Japan Times on China Joining U.S.-Led Naval Exercises

In a rare move that analysts say could ease soaring tensions between Washington and Beijing, five warships from China’s navy have taken part in training exercises with U.S.

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Anna Wheeler op-ed in The Hill on Overseas Contingency Operations

While the House and Senate quickly approach the July 4th recess, work on the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) and the controversial use of the Overseas Contingency Operations (OCO) designation is far from done. The Senate has passed its version of the NDAA, which, similar to the presiden

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Gordon Adams quoted in The Washington Times on the British Pound Reaching a 31-Year Low

The Brexit fallout continued to unsettle Britain and theEuropean Union on Monday, as another leading credit rating agency sla

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Yun Sun interviewed by CCTV on Putin's Visit to China

On the heels of the summit of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization, Chinese President Xi Jinping welcomed Russian President Vladimir Putin to Beijing Saturday. To watch the video click here. 

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Michael Krepon quoted in Yahoo! News India on Pakistan

Recent developments signal the need for change in Pakistan’s strategic outlook. There is alarm over India’s recent moves in Afghanistan and Iran, two of its neighbours that feel threatened by Pakistan.

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Nate Olson and William Reinsch quoted in American Journal of Transportation on Brexit and Trade Implications

In light of the U.K.‘s vote to leave the EU, experts from the nonpartisan Stimson Center released the following statements and are available for comment on the implications that the Brexit vote could have on trade — including the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) between the U

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William Reinsch quoted in Politico on Future U.S.-U.K. Trade Deal After Brexit

A new two-way trade deal between the U.S.

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William Reinsch quoted in Bloomberg on Brexit and U.S. Exporters

For U.S. exporters already dealing with multiple sets of regulations, duties and tariffs across the globe, the post-Brexit world is a mess that will take years to sort out.

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Alan Romberg quoted in Forbes on Possible China-U.S. Relations After the 2016 Presidential Election

China and the United States need each other as the world’s two superpowers. They trade, they invest in each other’s economies, they work together on global security matters. Then again they fight sometimes.

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Michael Krepon op-ed in Arms Control Wonk on India's Bid to Join the NSG

India tried hard to join the Nuclear Suppliers Group with strong backing from the Obama Administration. It was a bridge too far. There was no consensus at the NSG meeting in Seoul to accept India’s candidacy, which was muddied by China’s advancement of Pakistan’s cause.

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