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China Reform Monitor - No. 1321
Bulletins - March 28, 2018
 

China's surveillance state gets bigger;
The dark side of the BRI

 
Russia Reform Monitor - No. 2187
Bulletins - February 15, 2018
 

How Russia hides the true cost of its foreign wars;
An expanding footprint in the Arctic

 
China Reform Monitor - No. 1311
Bulletins - January 9, 2018
 

New anti-terror restrictions foreshadow squeeze on foreigners;
The PLA deploys in Doklam

 
China Reform Monitor - No. 1295
Bulletins - August 10, 2017
 

Beijing cracks down on VPNs;
China secures lease for Hambantota port

 
Resource Security Watch - No. 6
Bulletins - July 18, 2017
 

China's quest for renewables;
Canada eyes the arctic;
India to craft national desalination plan;
Despite donor aid, rising food insecurity;
Slowly, a congressional focus on resource security

 
High Noon In The Himalayas
Articles - July 13, 2017
 

If you're struggling to make sense of the latest standoff between the Chinese and Indian militaries 10,000 feet in the Himalayas, don't fret: You're in good company. The showdown at Doka La is the product of a multi-layered, multi-party dispute steeped in centuries-old treaties and ambiguous territorial claims. Only recently have sufficient details emerged to piece together a coherent picture of the crisis and we're still left with more questions than answers. However, one thing is clear: While stare-downs at the disputed China-India border are a common affair, the episode now underway is an altogether different, potentially far more dangerous, beast.

 
Why Is India Excluding Australia From Naval Drills?
Articles - June 1, 2017
 

Over the past quarter-century, the Malabar naval exercises have blossomed from a relatively mundane, low-level Indo-U.S. naval drill into a robust demonstration of geopolitical force joining the Indo-Pacific's three most powerful democracies. The history and significance of Malabar, which Japan joined as a permanent participant in 2015, have received ample attention elsewhere. But let me focus this piece on the geopolitical context and significance of Australia's request to join the 2017 Malabar exercises and India's recent response.

 
Where Is India on the One China Policy?
Articles - March 6, 2017
 

On February 13, India hosted a three-member, all-female delegation of parliamentarians from Taiwan. The visit was free of any major announcements or headlines. Nonetheless, it carried an abundance of geopolitical context at a time Beijing’s “One China Policy” (OCP) has attracted greater scrutiny in both Washington and Delhi.

 
Resource Security Watch - No. 1
Bulletins - March 1, 2017
 

China makes plans to lead the renewable energy market;
The decline of Central Asia's "Water Tower";
Changing rainfall patterns and water security in India;
The security impact of overfishing in Africa
Mongolia's urban blight

 
China Reform Monitor - No. 1270
Bulletins - February 20, 2017
 

China tests "carrier-killer" missile;
Chinese military strategists identify China’s top security threats