Mike Green

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China Is Overreaching — Does the U.S. Have a Plan?

Dan Twining's excellent post-mortem on the Shangri-La security summit in Singapore accurately captured China's isolation in Asia on both security and values issues. There is ...

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America Is Not Isolationist in the Pacific

"America is isolationist as to continental Europe, but it has never been and is not now isolationist in the region of the Caribbean or the ...

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Japan and China: Not Yet 1914, but Time to Pay Attention

The growing tensions between Japan and China are coinciding menacingly with the 100th anniversary of the First World War. Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe evoked ...

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China’s ADIZ Escalation: Brace for the New Normal

China's unilateral declaration of an air defense identification zone (ADIZ) over waters and islands claimed and administered by both Japan and South Korea has prompted ...

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The NSA Leaks Are Bad, but Syria Hurt U.S. Credibility More

For an administration that built its foreign policy strategy around "restoring our reputation abroad" (and the media that played along with that narrative), it is ...

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The biggest victim of the Bush legacy? The left’s capacity for strategic thought

In his excellent critique of the critics of the Bush foreign policy legacy, Peter Feaver spotlighted Water Russell Mead's advice to Republicans to reflect "openly ...

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About Mike Green

Michael Jonathan Green is senior vice president for Asia and Japan Chair at the Center for Strategic and International Studies and chair in modern and contemporary Japanese politics and foreign policy at the Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service at Georgetown University.

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