Essays

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The New Asian Order: And How the United States Fits In

Foreign Affairs

February 3, 2015

Why America No Longer Gets Asia

The Washington Quarterly

Spring 2011

Trump and China

The National Interest

January/February 2017

China, Reluctant Stakeholder

Foreign Affairs

January/February 2017

A Tale of Two Asias

Foreign Policy

October 31, 2012

The Problem with Two Asias

East Asia Forum

January 25, 2013

Lenin’s Chinese Heirs

Foreign Affairs

October 14, 2015

Federalism, Chinese-Style

Foreign Affairs

May 6, 2014

After the Plenum: Why China Must Reshape the State

Foreign Affairs

December 16, 2013

The Rise of China’s Reformers?

Foreign Affairs

April 17, 2013

Pacific Partnership: Strengthening U.S.-India Relations

Foreign Policy

April 28, 2015

Ten Trends That Will Shape Asia in 2014

Carnegie Endowment for International Peace

December 30, 2013

Kerry’s Visit to India: Preparing for Modi’s Pivotal Visit

South Asia Monitor

July 30, 2014

U.S.-India Ties in the Age of Xi Jinping

Foreign Policy

September 11, 2015

China’s Pakistan Conundrum

Foreign Affairs

December 4, 2011

India’s Rise, America’s Interest

Foreign Affairs

March/April 2010

Modi’s China Visit: Asia’s New Strategic Quadrangle

South Asia Monitor

May 15, 2015

In Asia’s Season of Summits, India Needs to Show Interest and Capability

South Asia Monitor

September 9, 2014

Obama Should Confront Xi on the South China Sea

Newsweek

August 24, 2015

After the Election: The Economic Challenge to India’s Foreign Policy

Foreign Policy

May 6, 2014

Building, Not “Pivoting,” on American Interests in Asia

U.S. News and World Report

April 28, 2014

Understanding China’s Economic Challenge and Why It Matters

The Atlantic

February 28, 2012

12 Trends to Watch for in Asia in 2012

The Atlantic

January 6, 2012

Reluctant Warriors

Foreign Policy

October 19, 2010

Beijing’s Billions

Foreign Policy

May 20, 2010

The Problem with Two Asias

World Politics Review

January 17, 2013

America Risks Being Left Behind in Asia

Financial Times

November 11, 2009

Can India and the U.S. Up Their Investment Game?

Business Standard

October 3, 2011

China’s Great Rebalancing Act

Business Standard

September 5, 2011

Who Will Win As China’s Economy Changes?

Business Standard

July 25, 2011

Are Multilateral Groups Missing the Point?

Business Standard

June 27, 2011

Can India and the United States Cooperate in Central Asia?

Business Standard

May 30, 2011

Time for a U.S.-India Investment Treaty

Business Standard

May 2, 2011

Could America Fade in Asia?

Business Standard

April 4, 2011

Is China “Eating Out Lunch”?

Business Standard

March 7, 2011

Why U.S.-China Relations Will Get Tougher

Business Standard

February 7, 2011

Out With the Old in Asia?

Business Standard

January 3, 2011

Why We Aren’t China

Business Standard

December 6, 2010

Continental and Maritime in U.S.-India Ties

Business Standard

November 1, 2010

A More Global U.S.-India Partnership?

Business Standard

October 4, 2010

Challenge of a Changing Asia

Business Standard

September 6, 2010

Henry Paulson’s Five Ideas for U.S.-China Relations

The Atlantic

October 29, 2011

Strengthening the U.S. Role in Asia

Council on Foreign Relations

November 16, 2011

President Obama’s Asian Agenda

Council on Foreign Relations

November 4, 2010

A Weighty U.S.-China Dialogue

Council on Foreign Relations

May 21, 2010

Obama’s India Problem

Council on Foreign Relations

April 9, 2010

Halting Steps in New Delhi

Council on Foreign Relations

February 25, 2010

Clinton’s Challenge in India

Council on Foreign Relations

July 16, 2009

India’s National Elections and Improved U.S.-India Relations

Council on Foreign Relations

April 15, 2009

Watch Out for Rising U.S.-China Competition

Harvard Business Review

April 1, 2011

Kazakhstan and the United States in a Changed World

China and Eurasia Forum Quarterly

Fall 2006

Global Insider: Shanghai Cooperation Organizaton Expansion

World Politics Review

July 6, 2010

China’s Challenge to Pax Americana

Survival

Summer 2001

Who’s Behind China’s High-Technology “Revolution”: How Bomb-Makers Remade Beijing’s Priorities, Policies, and Institutions

International Security

Summer 1999

China’s Military Posture and the New Economic Geopolitics

Survival

Summer 1999

Soldiers, Weapons, and Chinese Development Strategy: The Mao Era Military in China’s Economic and Institutional Debate

The China Quarterly

June 1999

Patterns of Chinese Policies on Technology Transfer

Journal of American-East Asian Relations

March 2000

The U.S.-India Strategic Partnership: Catalyzing Entrepreneurship and Growth

Speech at the Indian School of Business

June 6, 2009

The Shanghai Cooperation Organization and the Future of Central Asia

Speech at the Nixon Center

September 6, 2007

Central Asian Economic Integration: An American Perspective

Speech at the Central Asia-Caucasus Institute, Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies

February 6, 2007

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