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Yun Sun quoted in Voice of America on China-Vietnam Relations

Historic rivals China and Vietnam are working on substantive agreements that could cover trade, investment and maritime resource sharing despite a bitter sovereignty dispute that had snarled relations less than a year ago. -snip-

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Sally Yozell quoted in Voice of America on Overfishing

A high school dropout turned seafood entrepreneur is leading Indonesia’s crackdown on illegal fishing, winning plaudits from conservationists and awards as far away as Washington despite her explosive methods. -snip-

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Sally Yozell quoted in Voice of America on Alaska and the Arctic Council

The foreign ministers of the eight Arctic Council nations will meet to discuss climate change this week, amid news last month that temperatures in the pristine region are warming at twice the rate of the rest of the world. -snip-

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Yun Sun quoted in Japan Times on South Korea and China

Chinese President Xi Jinping congratulated new South Korean leader Moon Jae-in on Wednesday amid soaring tensions on the Korean Peninsula, saying Beijing is willing to work with Seoul to “properly handle differences.” -snip-

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Alan D. Romberg quoted in Yonhap News on Moon Jae-in and Trump

WASHINGTON, May 9 (Yonhap) -- A series of thorny issues will test the Korea-U.S. alliance under the leadership of South Korea's new President Moon Jae-in and U.S.

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Ellen Laipson's Op-ed in World Politics Review on Rex Tillerson and State Department

Last week, U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson finally met with the State Department’s workforce to outline how President Donald Trump’s “America First” agenda applies to foreign policy. In his remarks, Tillerson focused on the core mission of national security.

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Yuki Tatsumi's Op-ed in The Diplomat on Abe and Japan Constitution

Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has finally spoken up about revising Japan’s Constitution.

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Yun Sun quoted in Newsweek on North Korea Relations with China and Russia

Russia has strategically grown closer to North Korea as the reclusive, militarized state feuds with its greatest ally, China, over Pyongyang's nuclear weapons program, a recent analysis has found.

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Brian Eyler quoted in Financial Times on China Infrastructure Initiatives

When Najib Razak visited Qinzhou in south-western China, the Mal

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