Saudi Arabia Reaches Its Moment of Reckoning, the Quad Keeps Things...

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The Predictive Power of Demography

History suggests the conventional wisdom about demographics and national power may be wrong.

The Coral Sea: The Mirror Image of the South China Sea

Australia, like China, is militarizing the waters off its eastern coast.

A Sea Change in the Security of the South Pacific

Small countries have been caught in the current of great power politics.

America’s Global Engagement

The myth of disengagement derives from American rhetoric and not American actions.

The Fallout From a Currency Crunch

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Daily Memo: Taiwan’s Allies, US Interest Rates

All the news worth knowing today.

Tonga, a New Ally in the Fight Against China’s Debt Trap

The small island nation doesn’t want to pay back the money it owes Beijing. Nor do its neighbors.

On NAFTA, US Engagement in the Middle East, and the China-Japan...

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Articulating Australia’s Interests

The prime minister’s recent speech was not so kind to China, despite reports to the contrary.

Global Shipping Is Collateral Damage in the Coming Trade Wars

Yet the industry has proved highly adaptable in past crises.