Category: Geopolitical Perspectives

Bridge Colby quoted in The New York Times article, “State Dept. Moves to Ease Restrictions on Meeting with Taiwan Officials”

“With Beijing cracking down on democratic movements and asserting itself globally, it is critical to strengthen ties with Taiwan, Mr. Colby said. “‘We need Taiwan to increase its resilience, its defensibility, its economic strength, because there’s a real possibility that China will take aggressive action against it,’ he said…” Read

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Matt Waxman publishes book with Nobuhisa Ishizuka and Masahiro Kurosaki: Strengthening the U.S.-Japan Alliance: Pathways for Bridging Law and Policy

“The U.S.-Japan alliance is a cornerstone of American foreign and defense policy in East Asia. ‘It’s critical to the security of the region,’ says Matthew Waxman, Liviu Librescu Professor of Law and faculty chair of the Law School’s National Security Law Program. ‘To understand how the U.S.-Japan alliance operates in

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Jamie Fly writes in The Washington Post: “How Biden Can Undo Damage to U.S.-Backed News Outlets That Counter Authoritarian Propaganda”

“Authoritarians have long practiced the cynical art of manipulating information to stifle dissent and shape international perceptions of their regimes. But in the digital age, they are armed as never before, reaching into other countries to influence political discourse and spread conspiracy theories…” Read the full article here: Full Article

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