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First US Oil Exports in 40 Years Headed for South Korea

by Alex Forster
A shipment of US crude oil worth $40 million left a Texas port on July 30th, bound for South Korea - an important US ally and a resource-poor country with an energy-hungry economy.

US Should Help Vietnam Counter China’s Coercion

by Alex Forster
Patrick M. Cronin, Senior Director of the Asia-Pacific Security Program at the Center for a New American Security, explains that "China's tailored coercion is aimed not just at its neighbors but also at the United States."

US Should Help Vietnam Counter China’s Coercion

by Alex Forster
Patrick M. Cronin, Senior Director of the Asia-Pacific Security Program at the Center for a New American Security, explains that "China's tailored coercion is aimed not just at its neighbors but also at the United States."
The Mongolia-Alaska State Partnership Program was launched in 2003, when the Alaska National Guard agreed to share its expertise in peace support operations, disaster management, and military reserves with the Mongolian military. The Alaska National Guard-Mongolia partnership is also...

Congressional Delegation Travels to Asia, Republican Members Issue Op-Ed

by Alex Forster
Concurrent to President Obama's recent trip, nine members of the US House of Representatives also traveled to Japan, South Korea, and China. The eight Republicans on the trip jointly authored a CNN Op-Ed calling for strong engagement with Asia.
U.S. President Barack Obama started off his four-nation, eight-day Asia-Pacific trip in Tokyo on April 23, 2014, as Japan’s state guest. The bilateral talks with Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe covered a wide range of topics including security, economy, and global challenges. Though...

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