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All Hopes On Us | The Weekly Wonk

  • By
  • Jenny Lu Mallamo,
  • New America Foundation
February 27, 2014 |
The “little emperors” of China’s post-80’s generation have come of age, and they are dreaming big.
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Francis Fukuyama: End of History Still in Sight Despite China's Rise | The Huffington Post

  • By
  • Francis Fukuyama,
  • New America Foundation
July 9, 2014 |
This interview [with Francis Fukuyama] is part of The Stanford Daily's "Ideas of an International Order" series which explores the potential for evolving and contrasting concepts of an international system in the 21st century, and what America can or should do in response.
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Boots on the Ground or Robots in the Sky

  • By
  • Evelyn Crunden,
  • New America Foundation
January 22, 2014 |
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Experts Converge on Beijing to Discuss Lifelong Asset Building

January 28, 2013
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By Katie Stalter, Center for Social Development

This was originally posted on The Center for Social Development's site.

Ecological Cooperation in South Asia: The Way Forward

  • By Saleem H. Ali, University of Vermont and University of Queensland, Australia
January 14, 2013

The greatest loss of human life and economic damage suffered by South Asia since 2001 has not been due to terrorism and its ensuing conflicts, but rather due to natural disasters ranging from the 2005 Kashmir earthquake and the Indus floods of 2010 to seasonal water shortages and drought.  Although such calamities themselves might not be preventable, their human impact can certainly be mitigated. This report argues that such mitigation of environmental stresses is possible only through regional approaches to ecological cooperation.

Does Norway Hold Key to Solving South China Sea Dispute?

  • By
  • Parag Khanna,
  • New America Foundation
  • and John Gilman
November 13, 2012 |

The South China Sea has returned to the geopolitical spotlight, eclipsing the Taiwan Straits as the region's most volatile flashpoint.

But quite unlike the Taiwan or the associated Quemoy/Matsu dispute, the South China Sea's claimant nations are at least as interested in developing the region's economic potential as they are in asserting sovereignty and building military bases.

This opens a window to resolving the dispute in a way that looks beyond the traditional frame of sovereignty and towards a win-win economic benefit.

The New Silk Road is Made of Iron-And Stretches from Scotland to Singapore

  • By
  • Parag Khanna,
  • New America Foundation
September 30, 2012 |

At some point in the next 200 million years, according to Yale University scientists, the North American and Eurasian tectonic plates will collide at the North Pole. When they are eventually joined by Africa, the singular super-continent will re-emerge, reminiscent of the Pangea that existed hundreds of millions of years ago.

The Sidebar: The World Doth Protest

September 28, 2012
Romesh Ratnesar considers the future of American strategy in the Middle East after regional protests and President Obama's remarks at the U.N. General Assembly. Emily Parker explains the global implications of recent uprisings in China. Elizabeth Weingarten hosts.
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Why China’s Slowdown May Get Permanently Worse

  • By
  • Steve LeVine,
  • New America Foundation
September 27, 2012 |

For years, global economists have forecast a slowdown in China’s breakneck growth. Now that the deceleration is actually here, rich-world investors, companies and government officials, reliant on the Chinese juggernaut for their financial well-being, seem impatient for the revelry to resume, and are hoping that the Chinese government will follow up its stimulus of package of 2008-2009 with another generous injection of capital. (On Sept.

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