Policy Briefs

Policy Briefs of the Rising Powers Initiative are supported by a grant from the Carnegie Corporation of New York.

chinese nationalism11/2014- Nationalism and Chinese Foreign Policy by Winnie Nham, Resarch Manager, Rising Powers Initiative, GWU

 

nukefreezone10/2014- Can ASEAN Sell Its Nuclear Free Zone to the Nuclear Club? by Catharin Dalpino, Contract Course Chair in Southeast Asian Studies, the Foreign Service Institute, and Adjunct Professor at Seton Hall University’s Washington program

 

pussyriot110/2013- U.S.-Russia Relations Back from the Brink by Andrew Kuchins, Senior Fellow and Director, CSIS Russia and Eurasia Program

 

Tokyo-Night-Photography10/2013- Japan Debates the Right to Collective Self-Defense by Satoru Mori, Professor,Department of Global Politics, Hosei University, Japan

 

pakistanflag09/2013- How the Pakistan Military Learned to Love the Bomb by Christopher Clary, Stanton Nuclear Security Fellow, RAND Corporation and Ph.D. Candidate, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

 

pbchina_left08/2013- China’s Energy Outlook and the Shale Revolution by Julia Coym, Ph.D. Candidate, Free University of Berlin and Visiting Scholar, Sigur Center for Asian Studies

 

india-globe07/2013- Indian Debates on America’s Rebalance to Asia by Deepa M. Ollapally, GWU and Yogesh Joshi, Jawaharlal Nehru University

 

japan_flag06/2013- Japan as a Global Power: Contending Views from Japan by Timothy Westmyer, Research and Program Assistant, Rising Powers Initiative, and Samuel Porter, Research Assistant to Mike Mochizuki

 

kremlin
04/2013- Russia as a Global Power: Contending Views from Russia by Amy Hsieh, PhD Candidate, Department of Political Science, The George Washington University

 

01/2013- Japan’s Shifting Strategic Discourse by Richard Samuels, Ford International Professor of Political Science & Director, Center for International Studies, MIT

 

12/2012- China as a Global Power: Contending Views from China by Amy Hsieh, PhD Candidate, Department of Political Science, The George Washington University

 

11/2012- The Rocky Road Ahead in U.S.-China Relations by David Shambaugh, Professor of Political Science and International Affairs & Director, China Policy Program, The George Washington University

 

05/2012- Asia Identities and Their Implications for U.S. Foreign Policy by Amy Hsieh, PhD Candidate, Department of Political Science, The George Washington University

 

04/2012- ASEAN and Burma/Myanmar: Past and Prologue by Amitav Acharya, UNESCO Chair in Transnational Challenges  and Governance, American University

 

02/2012-Indian and U.S. Experts Exchange Mixed Views on India as a Global Power by Amy Hsieh, PhD Candidate, Department of Political Science, The George Washington University

 

04/2011- Worldviews of Rising Powers: What Does Their Policy on the Libyan Intervention Tell Us? by Amy Hsieh, PhD Candidate, Department of Political Science, The George Washington University

 

03/2011- Conference Report on Identity and Asian Powers, by the Institute of Peace and Conflict Studies

 

02/2011- Tehran’s Hardliners Effectively Declare Nuclear Talks Dead  by Farideh Farhi, Affiliate Graduate Faculty, University of Hawai’i-Manoa

 

12/2010- Russia’s Foreign Policy Debates: Perspectives on Rising Powers by Anna Lowry, Ph.D. Candidate, Department of Political Science, Indiana University – Bloomington

 

11/2010- Back to the Future? A Revival of Realpolitik in Asia and Eurasia by Nikola Mirilovic, Research Associate, Sigur Center for Asian Studies, The George Washington University

 

07/2010- Rising Powers and Domestic Attitudes on Hard Power by Dawn Murphy, Ph.D. Candidate, Department of Political Science, The George Washington University

 

03/2010- Exploring India’s Foreign Policy Debates by Nikola Mirilovic, Research Associate, Sigur Center for Asian Studies, The George Washington University