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Rodrigo Duterte’s Pivot to China

Rodrigo Duterte’s Pivot to China

For Duterte, it is better to solve an Asian geopolitical problem with “no foreign forces”, limiting talks from one “Asian neighbor to another”.

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Tsai Ing-wen and the Need to Balance Cross-Strait Relations

Tsai Ing-wen and the Need to Balance Cross-Strait Relations

President Tsai needs more creative ways to maneuver between Taiwan’s domestic calls for independence and Beijing’s pressures to endorse the 1992 Consensus.

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Why Obama Needs a Second Thought on “No First Use”

Why Obama Needs a Second Thought on “No First Use”

Maybe the U.S. is ready to adopt a “no first use” policy for its nuclear arsenal but its allies, dependent on America’s “nuclear umbrella”, are not.

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A Divided NATO: From Agenda To Budget

A Divided NATO: From Agenda To Budget

Deterring adversaries and assure peace in the transatlantic region will require more pronounce commitment from all of NATO members.

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Beijing Signals Through North Korean Defectors

Beijing Signals Through North Korean Defectors

Groups of North Korean workers in China successfully fled to the South in April and May, signaling that Beijing is losing patience with the Kim’s regime.

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About the Author

Wenjun Zeng
Wenjun Zeng

Wenjun Zeng is a Chinese national focusing on the regional security and trust-building in the Asia-Pacific. She has worked with Chinese, Japanese, Korean, and U.S. diplomats and scholars to create Track II dialogue platforms on Asia-Pacific security issues. She is also an analyst at Wikistrat, a crowdsourced consultancy that identifies and provides solutions to global risks.

Wenjun earned her Bachelor in Arts degree in Psychology and International Studies from University of Wisconsin-Madison, and her Master of Arts degree in Politics from New York University.

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