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    • De-escalation on Korean Peninsula : The why and how 

      Sa, Harry (2017)
      While the nuclear crisis on the Korean peninsula may not result in war, the tensions are counterproductive for all parties involved. Installing a few pressure relief valves in the US-DPRK relationship keep crises from ...
    • Japan : Real Driver Behind the Indo-Pacific 

      Sa, Harry (2018)
      The Indo-Pacific has become the consensus term for the Trump administration to address the region widely known as the Asia-Pacific. However, the United States is not the principal driver behind this recently popularised ...
    • Reciprocal Salami-Slicing in East Asia 

      Sa, Harry; Resnick, Evan N. (2015)
      China’s land reclamation in the Spratly Islands has prompted critics to attack the Obama Administration for having been caught flat-footed yet again by cunning Chinese “salami-slicing” tactics. These critics fail to ...
    • The Rise of Trump and Its Global Implications - The Trump Doctrine Thus Far: Neither Rhyme Nor Reason 

      Sa, Harry (2017)
      President-elect Donald Trump uses the mantle of unpredictability to disguise his foreign policy intentions. However behind his missteps the incoming Trump administration has no consistent worldview from which to fashion a ...
    • A Trump Presidency: Valuable Lesson and Opportunity for ASEAN 

      Sa, Harry (2016)
      Donald Trump’s election victory left Southeast Asia feeling uncertain about the future. Rhetoric from his campaign trail suggests a future of isolationism and protectionism. ASEAN states, which have long depended on the ...