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1. US Trade Policy Options for Pacific Islands States Require Washington’s Political Commitment

2. Climate Change in the Federated States of Micronesia: Indicators and Considerations for Key Sectors

3. Sustaining Congressional Engagement with Southeast Asia

4. What the Compact Impact Fairness Act Means for Compact Host Governments and Migrants

5. Korea Matters for America/America Matters for Korea (2023)

6. Valuing Longer, Healthier Lives: Assessing the Productivity of Health Spending in South Korea

7. What North Korea Has Been Learning From Russia’s Invasion of Ukraine

8. Two Peripheries: The Ukraine War's Effect on North Korea-Russia Relations

9. United Kingdom Engagement with North Korea

10. North Korea-Germany Relations: An Ambassador's Perspective of Diplomacy with Pyongyang

11. From Coy to Cold Shoulder - The European Union and North Korea

12. From Close Allies to Distant Comrades: The Ups and Downs of the Vietnam-North Korea Relationship

13. North Korea-Guyana Relations in the Burnham Era

14. A Monumental Relationship: North Korea and Namibia

15. Japan Matters for America/America Matters for Japan (2023)

16. Abrogating the Visiting Forces Agreement: Its Effects on Philippines’ Security and Stability in Southeast Asia

17. Understanding the Rohingya Crisis

18. Economic Sanctions During Humanitarian Emergencies: The Case of North Korea

19. US-Korea Cooperation on Climate Change

20. Korean Soft Power Goals and US-Korea Relations

21. Resilient Industry Ecochains for the US-Taiwan Partnership

22. Taiwan’s Big and Clean Bets: Towards Green Cooperation

23. US-Taiwan Relations and the National Security vs. Human Rights Fallacy

24. Scholarly Ties, Cooperative Research, Academic Dialogue, and International Student Exchanges in US‒Taiwan Relations

25. India and the Indo-Pacific Economic Framework

26. Will the Partnership for Global Infrastructure and Investment be a Game-changer in the Indo-Pacific?

27. Ukraine Will Not Happen in Asia: America Seeks to Check China through Taiwan Visit and Quad Initiatives

28. The COVID-19 Pandemic in Oceania: Health Policy Decisions Matter

29. Clean Energy Transitions in the Pacific Islands Present Opportunities for Strategic US Economic Partnerships

30. Understanding the Political Anatomy of the “Forward Edge”: The Case of Guam

31. FSM Engagement with the United States and China: A Lesson Learned for the Pacific Islands

32. Elevating and Engaging Micronesian Expertise in Hawai‘i and Oceania

33. A Micronesian Perspective on Migration to the United States: Salty Feet Among Fellow People of the Sea

34. US-Korea Military-to-Military Relations: Past, Present, and Future

35. South Korean Foreign Policy: Changing Generational Priorities

36. From Strategic Ambiguity to Strategic Clarity? The Dynamics of South Korea’s Navigation of US-China Competition

37. A New Horizon for Korea-US Economic Relations under the Yoon Suk-yeol Administration

38. Creating Smarter & More Sustainable Cities in Southeast Asia: A Roadmap for United States-South Korea Cooperation

39. US-ROK Cooperation Can Improve IP Protection in Southeast Asia by a Strategic Focus on Online Counterfeiting

40. China’s Dilemmas in Bailing Out Debt-Ridden Sri Lanka

41. US-South Korea and the Philippines: Towards a Trilateral Security Initiative

42. US Southeast Asia Policy: Towards A Balance of Commitment Approach

43. NATO's Asia-Pacific Partners & Their Ukraine Response: Why Global Partnerships Matter for America

44. 75 Years of Philippines-US Relations: From Strategic Partnership to Multifaceted Relationship

45. Challenges and Gains in Military Relations between the Philippines and the United States

46. US-Philippine Defense Cooperation for Maritime Security

47. Philippine-United States Trade Relations: Looking Back and a Way Forward

48. A Proverbial Shot in the Arm: US Investment Is Key to Boost Philippine Economic Recovery and Resilience

49. Running Out of Gas in the Philippines: A Boon or Bane?

50. The Philippines-US Development Partnership

51. The Complex History of US-Philippine Health Partnerships

52. Consolidation, Contestation and Convergence: Revisiting American Influence on the Development of Philippine Social Sciences

53. Examining Philippine-US Cooperation Amid the Covid-19 Pandemic: Setting a Broader Agenda for Educating Filipino Children and Youth

54. No Time to Lose: Renew the Compacts of Free Association

55. US-Japan Development Cooperation for Stability and Prosperity in the Pacific Islands Region

56. The COVID-19 Pandemic in Oceania: Health Policy Decisions Matter

57. Asia’s Push For Monetary Alternatives

58. The Indian Farmer Makes Her Voice Heard

59. Strengthening Japan-ROK Relations: The Prime Time to Rebuild Relations Through Young Parliamentary Diplomacy

60. After Hegemony: Japan’s role and dilemma in maintaining the rules-based order

61. Taiwan Matters for America/America Matters for Taiwan

62. New Opportunities for the United States-Kingdom of Thailand Alliance in the Indo-Pacific

63. Forging a Bay of Bengal Community is the Need of the Hour

64. The Importance of the Bay of Bengal as a Causeway between the Indian and Pacific Oceans

65. Harnessing Inland Waterways for Inclusive Trade Among Bay of Bengal Countries

66. Making BIMSTEC a Regional Vehicle for Nepal’s Economic Growth

67. Dealing with Coronavirus Pandemic in the Bay of Bengal Region

68. Sri Lanka’s Asia‐Centric Focus in a Contested Bay of Bengal Region

69. Improving Land Connectivity Around the Bay of Bengal is Essential for Integration

70. Three Dilemmas Facing the Indo-Pacific’s Regional Order

71. Covid’s Impact on India’s Soft Power in the Indo-Pacific

72. Re-thinking Coalitions: The United States in a World of Great Power Competition

73. India’s Networking Response to the Chinese Threat

74. In Its Hour of Need: India’s Covid-19 Crisis and the Future of The Indo-Pacific

75. India’s Options in a Contested Environment: Constraints and Prospects

76. European Middle Powers in the Indo-Pacific amid GreatPower Strategic Competition

77. New Caledonia Prepares for Third and Final Referendum on Independence from France

78. Sustainable Infrastructure Offers Opportunities for U.S. – Thai Cooperation

79. Revitalize the Thai-U.S. Alliance by Tackling 21st Century Challenges: Let’s Start by Working Together to Address Marine Plastic Debris

80. How to Move the Thailand-U.S. Strategic Alliance Forward

81. The Prospects of Thailand-U.S. Economic Cooperation

82. Can U.S. Assistance Reinvigorate the U.S.-Thai Alliance?

83. Thai-U.S. Bilateral Relations: Benefits and Challenges

84. U.S.-Thai Economic Prospects–Turning A New Page

85. Old Ally, New Direction: Cobra Gold and Beyond

86. Legal Identity and Statelessness in Southeast Asia

87. Hun Sen's Mistake? The Domestic Political Ramifications of His Chinese Shelter

88. A Changing Climate and Its Implications for Health and Migration in the Pacific: Examples from the Marshall Islands

89. ASEAN Matters for America/America Matters for ASEAN

90. Climate Change in the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands: Indicators and Considerations for Key Sectors

91. Climate Change in American Sāmoa: Indicators and Considerations for Key Sectors

92. Timor‐Leste’s ASEAN Membership Prospects in a Time of Geopolitical Ambiguity

93. Partisan Biases in U.S.‐Japan Relations

94. Biden Must Assist Japan and South Korea with the History Issue

95. A U.S.‐Japan Dual‐Citizen Arrangement Can Benefit Both Countries

96. Increasing Support for U.S.‐Japan Alliance in Okinawa is Not a Pipedream

97. The United States and Japan Should Cooperate to Include India in Indo‐Pacific Economic Governance

98. Japan Can Remain an Important U.S. Ally Despite Demographic Challenges

99. Navigating the Rift Between Micronesia and the Pacific Islands Forum

100. The U.S.‐Japan Relationship: Modeling New Frontiers in Subnational Diplomacy