Chen, Dingding. "Sorry, America: China Is NOT Going to Collapse," The National Interest (March 10, 2015)

Dingding Chen & Katrin Kinzelbach (2015): Democracy promotion and China: blocker or bystander?, Democratization, DOI: 10.1080/13510347.2014.999322.   
Chen, Dingding. "After APEC, East Asia Summit, and G20, China Emerges a Global Leader," the Diplomat (November 17, 2014).
Chen, Dingding. "It's Still a Good Idea for China to Send Troops to Fight ISIS." the Diplomat (September 16, 2014).
Chen, Dingding. "China Should Send Troops to Fight ISIS." the Diplomat (September 12, 2014).
Chen, Dingding. “Debating China’s Assertiveness,” International Security, Winter 2014, 38(3): 176- 183. (with Xiaoyu Pu and Alastair Iain Johnston)
Chen, Dingding. "Images of the U.S.: Explaining the Attitudes of Chinese Scholars and Students in the U.S.", Chinese Journal of International Politics, Vol. 6, Issue 2, 2013, 183-207. (with Han Donglin and Fang Changping)
Chen, Dingding. "Domestic Politics, National Identity, and International Conflict: The Case of Koguryo Controversy", Journal of Contemporary China, Vol. 21, No. 74, (2012), pp. 227-241.
Chen, Dingding. "Why China Will Democratize", The Washington Quarterly, January, (2012), pp. 41-63. (with Liu Yu)
Chen, Dingding. "Lying Low No More? China’s New Thinking on the Tao Guang Yang Hui Strategy", China: An International Journal, September, (2011), pp. 195-216, (with Wang Jianwei).
Chong, Ja Ian, and Todd H. Hall, "The Lessons of 1914 for East Asia Today: Missing the Trees for the Forest," International Security, Vol. 39, No. 1 (Summer 2014), pp. 7–43, doi:10.1162/ISEC_a_00165
Chong, Ja Ian, "Popular Narratives versus Chinese History: Implications for Understanding an Emergent China," European Journal of International Relations, published online 27 November 2013, DOI: 10.1177/1354066113503480.
Chong, Ja Ian. Book Review, “Yong Deng. China’s Struggle for Status: The Realignment of International Relations. New York: Cambridge University Press, 2008. Pamela Kyle Crossley, Helen F. Siu, and Donald S. Sutton. Eds. Empire at the Margins: Culture, Ethnicity, and Frontier in Early Modern China. Berkeley: University of California Press, 2006”, Journal of East Asian Studies, Volume 11, Number 1 (Spring 2011).
Chong, Ja Ian. “Lost in Transition, or Why Non-Leading States should Concern Washington and Beijing”, East Asia Forum Quarterly 2, No. 2 (July-September 2010). 
Chong, Ja Ian. Book Review, “Michael Green and Bates Gill.    Asia’s New Multilateralism: Cooperation, Competition, and the Search for Community. New York: Columbia University Press, 2009”, Journal of East Asian Studies, Volume 10, Number 2 (Summer 2010), forthcoming
Chong, Ja Ian. Book Review, “Allen Carlson.  Unifying China, Integrating the World: Securing Chinese Sovereignty in the Reform Era.  Stanford: Stanford University Press, 2005”, China Review International, Volume 13, Number 1 (Spring 2006): 93-99.
Chong, Ja Ian. “Japan-Taiwan Relations: Between Affinity and Reality.” (with LAM Peng Er) Asian Affairs: An American Review, Vol. 30 No. 4 (Winter 2004): 249-267. (Note errata on authorship in next issue)
Chong, Ja Ian. “Testing Alternative Responses to Power Preponderance: A Look at the Asia-Pacific.” Institute of Defence and Strategic Studies Working Paper Series,  No. 60 (January 2004).
Chong, Ja Ian. “Revisiting Responses to Power Preponderance: Beyond the Balancing-Bandwagoning Dichotomy.” Institute of Defence and Strategic Studies Working Paper Series,  No. 54 (November 2003). 
Christensen, Thomas J. "The Meaning of Nuclear Evolution: China's Strategic Modernization and US-China Security Relations," Journal of Strategic Studies; Vol. 35, Issue 4 (August 2012).

Erickson, Andrew. 02/11/15 : Irregular Forces at Sea: “Not Merely Fishermen—Shedding Light on China’s Maritime Militia”

Erickson, Andrew. 01/11/15 : Insights on U.S. South China Sea FONOPS from Two Leading Maritime Law Experts

Erickson, Andrew. 01/11/15 : Maritime Militia, Dead Ahead!—Looks Like China’s Irregular Maritime Forces Were Operating in Pre-Planned Roles Near USS Lassen During its Recent FONOP

Erickson, Andrew. 30/10/15 : ChinaFile Conversation: “Making Waves in the South China Sea”

Erickson, Andrew. 29/10/15 : Installing a Safety on the “Loaded Gun”? China’s Institutional Reforms, National Security Commission and Sino-Japanese Crisis (In)Stability

Erickson, Andrew. 29/10/15 : China’s New YJ-18 Antiship Cruise Missile: Capabilities and Implications for U.S. Forces in the Western Pacific

Erickson, Andrew. 29/10/15 : Are you a Scholar of China, Russia, Greater Middle East, Nuclear, or Cyber Security Issues? Then Consider Applying for One of These Open Rank Professorships at Navy’s Senior Academic, Research, and Gaming Institution

Erickson, Andrew. 27/10/15 : China Scolds U.S. for South China Sea “Provocation”

Erickson, Andrew. 27/10/15 : Wall Street Journal Article—USS Lassen’s Patrol Near Subi Reef—Detailed Data Points & Quotes

Erickson, Andrew. 27/10/15 : Beijing Calls U.S. Warship’s Route in South China Sea a “Provocation”

Erickson, Andrew. 27/10/15 : U.S. Warship Sails within 12 Miles of Chinese-Built Island in South China Sea

Erickson, Andrew. 27/10/15 : Latest Edition: Ron O’Rourke’s Congressional Research Service (CRS) Report “China Naval Modernization: Implications for U.S. Navy Capabilities—Background and Issues for Congress”

Erickson, Andrew. 27/10/15 : Latest Edition—Ron O’Rourke’s Congressional Research Service (CRS) Report—“Maritime Territorial and Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ) Disputes Involving China: Issues for Congress”

Erickson, Andrew. 26/10/15 : Destroyer USS Lassen (DDG-82) Conducts Freedom of Navigation Operation within 12 Nautical Miles of Subi Reef (a Low-Tide Elevation)

Erickson, Andrew. 26/10/15 : CCTV Dialogue at the 6th Xiangshan Forum: “New Thinking on World Order”

Erickson, Andrew. 26/10/15 : Discussion of China’s A2/AD Approach and “Island” Construction on NHK World

Erickson, Andrew. 26/10/15 : Dreaming Big, Acting Big: Xi’s Impact on China’s Military Development

Erickson, Andrew. 07/10/15 : Evaluating China’s Conventional Military Power: The Naval and Air Dimensions

Erickson, Andrew. 07/10/15 : China Scholar Prof. Jae Ho Chung, Seoul National University, Publishes Forward-Looking Edited Volume “Assessing China’s Power”

Erickson, Andrew. 05/10/15 : China’s Main Mission: South China Sea, Not Syria

Erickson, Andrew. 03/10/15 : China Maritime Studies Institute (CMSI) at Naval War College Seeks Top-Caliber Scholar for Highly-Desirable Professorship

Erickson, Andrew. 02/10/15 : Important Article from Foreign Policy: “In South China Sea, a Tougher U.S. Stance”

Erickson, Andrew. 01/10/15 : China’s First Domestic Aircraft Carrier Almost Certainly Under Construction

Erickson, Andrew. 30/09/15 : “Observations on PLA Studies”—Great New Addition to Series on China Military Methodology by Peter Mattis

Erickson, Andrew. 28/09/15 : New Congressional Research Service Report—“The Chinese Military: Overview and Issues for Congress”

Erickson, Andrew. 26/09/15 : Xi Jinping’s Inner Circle Offers Cold Shoulder to Western Officials

Erickson, Andrew. 25/09/15 : China Completes Runway on Fiery Cross Reef

Erickson, Andrew. 25/09/15 : Sean O’Connor, IHS Jane’s: “China May Be Building First Indigenous Carrier”

Erickson, Andrew. 24/09/15 : H.R. McMaster Reviews “Rebalancing U.S. Forces” in Survival

Erickson, Andrew. 24/09/15 : “Peaches and Plums Do Not Talk, Yet a Path Is Formed Beneath Them”—Greg Kulacki Explains What Xi May Really Have Meant in Seattle Speech

Erickson, Andrew. 24/09/15 : Science: “China’s Island Building Is Destroying Reefs”

Erickson, Andrew. 24/09/15 : Full Text: President Xi’s Speech on China-US Ties

Erickson, Andrew. 23/09/15 : Perception and Misperception in American and Chinese Views of the Other

Erickson, Andrew. 23/09/15 : Camerashy: Closing the Aperture on China’s Unit 78020

Erickson, Andrew. 20/09/15 : Xi Jinping’s U.S. Visit: What You Need to Know

Erickson, Andrew. 20/09/15 : Does China’s New Missile Threaten US Power in the Pacific?

Erickson, Andrew. 19/09/15 : The Chinese People’s Liberation Army in 2025

Erickson, Andrew. 17/09/15 : China’s Island Building Campaign Could Hint toward Further Expansions in Indian Ocean

Erickson, Andrew. 16/09/15 : South China Sea: Satellite Imagery Shows China’s Buildup on Fiery Cross Reef

Erickson, Andrew. 14/09/15 : The U.S.-China Military Scorecard: Forces, Geography, and the Evolving Balance of Power, 1996-2017

Erickson, Andrew. 12/09/15 : “Decoding China’s Maritime Decision-making”—CSIS Asia Maritime Transparency Initiative’s 10 September 2015 Issue

Erickson, Andrew. 12/09/15 : Chinese Activity in South China Sea Poses Complications for Obama

Erickson, Andrew. 12/09/15 : China’s Great Balancing Act Unfolds: Enforcing Maritime Rights vs. Stability

Erickson, Andrew. 12/09/15 : CFTNI Job Posting: Senior Fellow, U.S.-China Relations

Erickson, Andrew. 12/09/15 : PLA Influence on China’s National Security Policymaking

Erickson, Andrew. 11/09/15 : Directing China’s “Little Blue Men”: Uncovering the Maritime Militia Command Structure

Erickson, Andrew. 10/09/15 : South China Sea: Satellite Imagery Makes Clear China’s Runway Work at Subi Reef

Erickson, Andrew. 10/09/15 : China’s DF-21D Anti-Ship Ballistic Missile (ASBM)—Officially Revealed at 3 September Parade—Complete Open Source Research Compendium

Erickson, Andrew. 09/09/15 : U.S. Office of Naval Intelligence 2015 Report—“The PLA Navy: New Capabilities and Missions for the 21st Century”—Complete Links to Report, Videos & Graphics

Erickson, Andrew. 09/09/15 : Foreign Investors and China’s Naval Buildup

Erickson, Andrew. 07/09/15 : Runway Construction at Subi Reef—China Building 2nd ~3km Airstrip in Spratlys, 3rd in South China Sea (ex-Hainan)

Erickson, Andrew. 04/09/15 : China’s Parade Puts US Navy on Notice

Erickson, Andrew. 03/09/15 : Showtime: China Reveals Two “Carrier-Killer” Missiles

Erickson, Andrew. 03/09/15 : 5 Takeaways from China’s Military Parade

Erickson, Andrew. 03/09/15 : Is China’s “Carrier-Killer” Really a Threat to the U.S. Navy?

Erickson, Andrew. 03/09/15 : Missile March: China Parade Projects Patriotism at Home, Aims for Awe Abroad

Erickson, Andrew. 02/09/15 : China Military Parade—3 September 2015—Your Complete Hardware & Logistics Guide (Updated Version)

Erickson, Andrew. 02/09/15 : Sweeping Change in China’s Military: Xi’s PLA Restructuring

Erickson, Andrew. 31/08/15 : China Military Parade—3 September 2015—Your Complete Hardware Guide (Earlier Version)

Erickson, Andrew. 31/08/15 : Inside the Design of China’s Yuan-class Submarine

Erickson, Andrew. 31/08/15 : Prof. William Murray Reviews “Fire on the Water: China, America and the Future of the Pacific” by Robert Haddick

Erickson, Andrew. 31/08/15 : Washington Post China Newsletter—A Re-evaluation of China

Erickson, Andrew. 28/08/15 : Chinese Airlines Are in It for the Long Haul

Erickson, Andrew. 27/08/15 : Tracking China’s “Little Blue Men”—A Comprehensive Maritime Militia Compendium

Erickson, Andrew. 26/08/15 : Obama and Asia: Confronting the China Challenge

Erickson, Andrew. 26/08/15 : Follow the Dragon Tracks: China’s Emerging Presence From the South China Sea to Facilities Access in the Indian Ocean

Erickson, Andrew. 25/08/15 : Dredging Under the Radar: China Expands South Sea Foothold

Erickson, Andrew. 24/08/15 : New U.S. Security Strategy Doesn’t Go Far Enough on South China Sea

Erickson, Andrew. 21/08/15 : United States Issues Asia-Pacific Maritime Security Strategy

Erickson, Andrew. 14/08/15 : Latest Edition—Ron O’Rourke’s Congressional Research Service (CRS) Report—“Maritime Territorial and Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ) Disputes Involving China: Issues for Congress”

Erickson, Andrew. 12/08/15 : Dredging Fleet Shores up Beijing’s Position in South China Sea and Beyond

Erickson, Andrew. 11/08/15 : “This the Chinese Navy!”—PLAN Ad Video Recruits Millennials with Patriotic Appeal

Erickson, Andrew. 07/08/15 : Latest Version: Ron O’Rourke’s Congressional Research Service (CRS) Report “China Naval Modernization: Implications for U.S. Navy Capabilities—Background and Issues for Congress”

Erickson, Andrew. 03/08/15 : Malaysia’s “Special Relationship” with China and the South China Sea: Not So Special Anymore

Erickson, Andrew. 02/08/15 : China SignPost™ (洞察中国) #93: “The Type 054/054A Frigate Series: China’s Most Produced and Deployed Large Modern Surface Combatant”

Erickson, Andrew. 29/07/15 : People’s Daily Online: China’s new generation 12000 ton coast guard ship can “destroy a 5000 ton ship and sink it to the sea floor”

Erickson, Andrew. 27/07/15 : Right Over Might: Keeping the South China Sea a Peaceful Part of the Global Commons

Erickson, Andrew. 27/07/15 : China SignPost™ (洞察中国) #92: “Peaking Prematurely? China Commodity Peaks May Emerge Sooner Than Expected”

Erickson, Andrew. 27/07/15 : NWC Expert Warns U.S. House of South China Sea Challenges

Erickson, Andrew. 25/07/15 : Chairman Salmon’s Opening Statement—Committee on Foreign Affairs, Subcommittee on Asia and the Pacific Hearing: “America’s Role in Ensuring Stability and Security in the South China Sea”

Erickson, Andrew. 24/07/15 : 12:00 Noon, Capitol Hill Forum 24 July (Today): “Follow the Dragon Tracks: China’s Emerging Presence from the South China Sea to Facilities Access in the Indian Ocean”

Erickson, Andrew. 23/07/15 : My Testimony before the House Committee on Foreign Affairs Subcommittee on Asia and the Pacific, Hearing on “America’s Security Role in the South China Sea”

Erickson, Andrew. 23/07/15 : House Committee on Foreign Affairs Subcommittee on Asia-Pacific Hearing: “America’s Security Role in the South ‪China‬ Sea”

Erickson, Andrew. 19/07/15 : Trolling for History from China's New Purpose-Built Ship: Archaeology and the South China Sea

Erickson, Andrew. 19/07/15 : Six Years at Sea… and Counting: Gulf of Aden Anti-Piracy and China’s Maritime Commons Presence

Erickson, Andrew. 19/07/15 : Michael Raska Reviews “Rebalancing U.S. Forces” in Contemporary Southeast Asia

Erickson, Andrew. 11/07/15 : China SignPost™ (洞察中国) #91: “Djibouti Likely to Become China’s First Indian Ocean Outpost”

Erickson, Andrew. 09/07/15 : CMSI Conference—“China’s Naval Shipbuilding: Progress and Challenges”—My Personal Summary of Discussion

Erickson, Andrew. 09/07/15 : Asahi Shimbun Op-Ed: “Japan-China Crisis Management--The Urgent Need for Air-Sea Contact Mechanism”

Erickson, Andrew. 09/07/15 : Time to “Freak Out” About Chinese Stocks? Depends on Who You Ask

Erickson, Andrew. 07/07/15 : Daniel Drezner in Washington Post’s PostEverything on “The Politics of China’s Stock Market Collapse”

Erickson, Andrew. 07/07/15 : Pentagon Appoints Abraham Denmark, NBR Senior Vice President, as Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for East Asia

Erickson, Andrew. 06/07/15 : Stock Slump Casualty: The Myth of Chinese Exceptionalism

Erickson, Andrew. 06/07/15 : China SignPost™ (洞察中国) #90: “Three SignPosts to Guide You as China’s Stock Market Crisis Unfolds”

Erickson, Andrew. 05/07/15 : China SignPosts for PRC Economy and Broader Prospects: Short-Run Stock Market Volatility, Limited Reforms, Long-Run Overall S-Curve Trajectory

Erickson, Andrew. 04/07/15 : 朝日新聞 (Asahi Shimbun) Op-Ed: “日中間の危機管理--海空連絡メカニズム急げ” (Japan-China Crisis Management—Expedite an Air-Sea Contact Mechanism)

Erickson, Andrew. 03/07/15 : East Asian Security in the Age of the Chinese Mega-Cutter

Erickson, Andrew. 01/07/15 : “Rebalancing U.S. Forces” Reviewed by Dr. Clark Capshaw, Military Sealift Command, in Air & Space Power Journal

Erickson, Andrew. 01/07/15 : No Easy Task: The Right Way to Study China’s Military

Erickson, Andrew. 29/06/15 : Deep Blue Diplomacy: Soft Power and China’s Antipiracy Operations

Erickson, Andrew. 27/06/15 : China’s New Military Strategy: “Winning Informationized Local Wars”

Erickson, Andrew. 24/06/15 : China’s New Kid on the (M&A) Block: The Chinese Insurance Sector Has the Potential to Become a Major Driver of Outbound Investment

Erickson, Andrew. 23/06/15 : So You Want to Be an Indian Armed Forces Expert?

Erickson, Andrew. 19/06/15 : Dragon Tracks: Emerging Chinese Access Points in the Indian Ocean Region

Erickson, Andrew. 16/06/15 : Luconia Breakers: China’s New “Southernmost Territory” in the South China Sea?

Erickson, Andrew. 14/06/15 : China SignPost™ (洞察中国) #89—“China’s Stock Market Boom: Buckle Up for a Wild Ride!”

Erickson, Andrew. 12/06/15 : Latest Edition: Ron O’Rourke’s Congressional Research Service (CRS) Report “China Naval Modernization: Implications for U.S. Navy Capabilities—Background and Issues for Congress”

Erickson, Andrew. 09/06/15 : Two-part Excerpt from Thomas Christensen’s New Book “The China Challenge: Shaping the Choices of a Rising Power”

Erickson, Andrew. 05/06/15 : The Big Story Behind China’s New Military Strategy

Erickson, Andrew. 04/06/15 : Top White House Asia Policy Adviser--NSC Senior Director for Asian Affairs Evan Medeiros--to Step Down; Daniel Kritenbrink Will Replace

Erickson, Andrew. 04/06/15 : Elizabeth Economy Surveys China’s Multifarious Explanations for its Actions in the South China Sea

Erickson, Andrew. 03/06/15 : A Salt Water Perspective on China’s New Military Strategy

Erickson, Andrew. 02/06/15 : The China Challenge: Shaping the Choices of a Rising Power

Erickson, Andrew. 02/06/15 : So You Want to Be a PLA Expert?

Erickson, Andrew. 01/06/15 : William D. Bushnell Reviews “Rebalancing U.S. Forces” in Military Officer

Erickson, Andrew. 01/06/15 : China’s Missed Opportunity at the Shangri-La Dialogue

Erickson, Andrew. 31/05/15 : Speech by Admiral Sun Jianguo, Deputy Chief of PLA General Staff Department, at Shangri-La Dialogue--Full English & Chinese Texts Here

Erickson, Andrew. 30/05/15 : The 2015 Chinese Defense White Paper on Strategy in Perspective: Maritime Missions Require a Change in the PLA Mindset

Erickson, Andrew. 30/05/15 : Speech by U.S. Secretary of Defense Ash Carter at IISS Shangri-La Dialogue: 
“A Regional Security Architecture Where Everyone Rises”

Erickson, Andrew. 29/05/15 : ChinaFile Conversation: “Did the Game Just Change in the South China Sea? (And What Should the U.S. Do About It?)”

Erickson, Andrew. 28/05/15 : Analyzing the Chinese Military: A Review Essay and Resource Guide on the People's Liberation Army

Erickson, Andrew. 26/05/15 : State Council Information Office Issues “China’s Military Strategy”—Beijing’s 1st White Paper on Military Strategy

Erickson, Andrew. 24/05/15 : Chris Cavas of Defense News Offers Key Takeaways from CMSI’s Conference on “China’s Naval Shipbuilding: Progress and Challenges”

Erickson, Andrew. 20/05/15 : More Willing and Able: Charting China’s International Security Activism

Erickson, Andrew. 11/05/15 : What Does the Pentagon Think about China’s Rising Military Might?

Erickson, Andrew. 11/05/15 : Interviewed by Michael Forsythe in New York Times Sinosphere: Dispatches from China on “China’s Military Goals and Capabilities”

Erickson, Andrew. 09/05/15 : China’s Emerging Competitive Edge: Pentagon Report Reveals Regionally-Potent Military with Growing Reach Beyond

Erickson, Andrew. 09/05/15 : Clear Strengths, Fuzzy Weaknesses In China’s Massive Military Build-Up

Erickson, Andrew. 08/05/15 : Department of Defense Releases 2015 Report on China Military and Security Developments

Erickson, Andrew. 06/05/15 : Chinese Cooperation to Protect Sea-Lane Security: Antipiracy Operations in the Gulf of Aden

Erickson, Andrew. 06/05/15 : Tanmen Militia: China’s “Maritime Rights Protection” Vanguard

Erickson, Andrew. 01/05/15 : Review of Alan M. Wachman’s Landmark Book “Why Taiwan? Geostrategic Rationales for China’s Territorial Integrity”

Erickson, Andrew. 01/05/15 : China’s Global Maritime Presence: Hard and Soft Dimensions of PLAN Antipiracy Operations

Erickson, Andrew. 27/04/15 : Lengthening Chinese Airstrips May Pave Way for South China Sea ADIZ

Erickson, Andrew. 27/04/15 : South China Sea: China’s Unprecedented Spratlys Building Program

Erickson, Andrew. 24/04/15 : Runway to the Danger Zone? Lengthening Chinese Airstrips May Pave Way for South China Sea ADIZ

Erickson, Andrew. 24/04/15 : The 2015 US-Japan Guidelines for Defense Cooperation: toward “A More Balanced and Effective Alliance”

Erickson, Andrew. 20/04/15 : Confirmed: China to Receive 4-6 Battalions of Russian S-400 Air Defense Missile System in ~2017

Erickson, Andrew. 19/04/15 : Interviewed on CNN International (“Today Asia” Program) Regarding China’s Airstrip Construction in the South China Sea

Erickson, Andrew. 19/04/15 : China’s Maodun: A Free Internet Caged by the Chinese Communist Party

Erickson, Andrew. 16/04/15 : China Building Airstrip in Spratly Islands, Satellite Images Show

Erickson, Andrew. 16/04/15 : Revelations on China’s Maritime Modernization: The U.S. Office of Naval Intelligence Offers a Wealth of New Information on the PLA Navy

Erickson, Andrew. 13/04/15 : Office of Naval Intelligence Completes Posting of Reference Guides (Ships-Aircraft/Leadership/Equipment) Accompanying PLA Navy Report

Erickson, Andrew. 11/04/15 : How Will China View the New Maritime Strategy

Erickson, Andrew. 11/04/15 : Washington Free Beacon Becomes 1st Western Newspaper to Publish Likely Photo of China’s New YJ-18 Supersonic Anti-Ship Cruise Missile

Erickson, Andrew. 10/04/15 : U.S. Exposes China’s Growing Maritime Power

Erickson, Andrew. 10/04/15 : China Is Rapidly Adding Coast Guard Ships, U.S. Navy Says

Erickson, Andrew. 10/04/15 : How U.S. Navy Intel Sees China’s Maritime Forces

Erickson, Andrew. 10/04/15 : China’s Island Builders: The People’s War at Sea

Erickson, Andrew. 09/04/15 : Navy Intel Charts Chinese Sea Change: Office of Naval Intelligence Releases First Unclassified PLAN Report in Six Years

Erickson, Andrew. 06/04/15 : Cooperating in the South China Sea

Erickson, Andrew. 06/04/15 : China Moves Out: Stepping Stones toward a New Maritime Strategy

Erickson, Andrew. 05/04/15 : 19-20 May CMSI Conference on “China’s Naval Shipbuilding: Progress and Challenges”

Erickson, Andrew. 01/04/15 : Chinese Nationals Evacuate Yemen on PLA Navy Frigate

Erickson, Andrew. 01/04/15 : As China Expands Its Navy, the U.S. Grows Wary

Erickson, Andrew. 01/04/15 : China’s Second Navy

Erickson, Andrew. 01/04/15 : Rare Insights on One of the World’s Most Powerful Men: Evan Osnos Profiles Xi Jinping in The New Yorker

Erickson, Andrew. 31/03/15 : Shades of Gray: Technology, Strategic Competition, and Stability in Maritime Asia

Erickson, Andrew. 31/03/15 : Meet the Chinese Maritime Militia Waging a “People’s War at Sea”

Erickson, Andrew. 28/03/15 : Registration Open for 19-20 May 2015 CMSI Conference—“China’s Naval Shipbuilding: Progress and Challenges”

Erickson, Andrew. 28/03/15 : Minefields at Sea: From The Tsars to Putin

Erickson, Andrew. 26/03/15 : When Eagle Meets Dragon: Managing Risk in Maritime East Asia

Erickson, Andrew. 24/03/15 : Crowding the Waters: The Need for Crisis Management in the East China Sea

Erickson, Andrew. 18/03/15 : China (Finally) Admits to Hacking

Erickson, Andrew. 15/03/15 : China’s Military Modernization: Many Improvements, Three Challenges, and One Opportunity

Erickson, Andrew. 13/03/15 : Highlights from New U.S. Maritime Strategy: “A Cooperative Strategy for 21st Century Seapower: Forward, Engaged, Ready”

Erickson, Andrew. 13/03/15 : U.S. Sea Services Release Revised Maritime Strategy

Erickson, Andrew. 13/03/15 : U.S. Maritime Services to Roll Out New Maritime Strategy from 11:30-12:30 at CSIS Today

Erickson, Andrew. 11/03/15 : Room for Debate: What Sort of Navy America Needs

Erickson, Andrew. 10/03/15 : Touchdown! Scores are in for Debate on What Sort of Navy America Needs—McGrath: 7, Easterbrook: 0

Erickson, Andrew. 07/03/15 : Must-Watch “Silent Spring” Chinese Air Pollution Documentary “Under the Dome” Sadly Silenced

Erickson, Andrew. 05/03/15 : China’s Military Spending Swells Again Despite Domestic Headwinds

Erickson, Andrew. 04/03/15 : Making Sense of 10.1% Increase to $144.2 Billion: One-Stop Shopping for China Military Budget Analysis

Erickson, Andrew. 04/03/15 : China to Boost Military Budget by 10.1%: Economic Slowdown Has Little Impact on Beijing’s Military Modernization Plans

Erickson, Andrew. 02/03/15 : China’s “Facts of Ground”: Putting Neighbors Between a Rock and a Hard Place

Erickson, Andrew. 02/03/15 : Harvard Weatherhead Seminar on “Sino-Japanese Crisis (In)Stability in the East China Sea,” Tues. 3 March 12:30-2:00 pm

Erickson, Andrew. 26/02/15 : Congressional Research Service Report on “China’s Air Defense Identification Zone (ADIZ)”

Erickson, Andrew. 26/02/15 : Puppies Who Climbed Out of the River: The Roles and Influence of Chief Commanders and Designers

Erickson, Andrew. 26/02/15 : “Sino-Japanese Crisis (In)Stability in the East China Sea” Seminar at Weatherhead Center for International Affairs, Harvard University, Tues. 3 March 12:30-2:00 pm

Erickson, Andrew. 22/02/15 : Sand Fight: China’s Island-Building Spree is About More Than Just Military Might

Erickson, Andrew. 20/02/15 : Trouble Ahead? Chinese-Korean Disputes May Intensify

Erickson, Andrew. 20/02/15 : Ten Reasons Why China Will Have Trouble Fighting a Modern War

Erickson, Andrew. 20/02/15 : The New Strategic Realities of U.S. Carrier Operations

Erickson, Andrew. 16/02/15 : Dennis Blasko Offers Long-Sought Insights on PLA Corruption

Erickson, Andrew. 16/02/15 : Efforts to Improve China’s Love-Hate Relationship With U.S. Yet to Meet Great Expectations

Erickson, Andrew. 13/02/15 : China’s Incomplete Military Transformation: Assessing the Weaknesses of the People’s Liberation Army (PLA)

Erickson, Andrew. 12/02/15 : Ashton Carter Wins Senate Approval as Defense Secretary

Erickson, Andrew. 09/02/15 : Chinese Communist Party Vows to Fulfill Dreams of 1.3 Billion in Promotional Video

Erickson, Andrew. 09/02/15 : Major China UAV Development & Export Survey by Shephard Media Asia-Pacific Editor Gordon Arthur in Unmanned Vehicles

Erickson, Andrew. 07/02/15 : CMSI Director Peter Dutton’s Pioneering Testimony on China’s Maritime Sovereignty Claims, Development, and Regional/Global Efforts

Erickson, Andrew. 07/02/15 : China’s Diplomatic School Ranks “Top 20” American China Experts Using Complex Quantitative Metrics

Erickson, Andrew. 03/02/15 : MOUs: The Secret Sauce to Avoiding a U.S.-China Disaster?

Erickson, Andrew. 28/01/15 : The Challenge of Maintaining American Security Ties in Post-Authoritarian East Asia

Erickson, Andrew. 28/01/15 : Under Secretary of Defense Frank Kendall, Senior Pentagon Weapons Developer, Describes Rapid Chinese Ballistic & Cruise Missile Advances--Even “Going Beyond What [the U.S. Has] Done”

Erickson, Andrew. 27/01/15 : “Rebalancing U.S. Forces” Rated “Very Good Book, Yet a Very Easy Read” on

Erickson, Andrew. 27/01/15 : NDU Publishes China Strategic Perspectives Monograph by Jonathan Ray: “Red China’s ‘Capitalist Bomb’: Inside the Chinese Neutron Bomb Program”

Erickson, Andrew. 27/01/15 : Fmr. Japanese Ambassador to the U.S. Ichiro Fujisaki Responds to Claims Concerning “the Abe Government’s Expansionist View” and “Territorial Revisionism” by Prof. Alexis Dudden

Erickson, Andrew. 26/01/15 : China’s New “Bling Dynasty” Portrayed in 1 Article & 2 Videos (Warning: Major Conspicuous Consumption)

Erickson, Andrew. 26/01/15 : Jinglue Haiyang: The Naval Implications of Xi Jinping’s New Strategic Concept

Erickson, Andrew. 26/01/15 : China SignPost™ (洞察中国) #88: “China’s Public Hospital Governance Reforms are Setting the Stage for Corporatization”

Erickson, Andrew. 17/01/15 : New Edition of Ron O’Rourke’s Congressional Research Service Report China Naval Modernization: Implications for U.S. Navy Capabilities—Background and Issues for Congress

Erickson, Andrew. 11/01/15 : Directory of Foreign Aviation Companies in China: Commercial and Defense

Erickson, Andrew. 10/01/15 : “Rebalancing U.S. Forces: Basing and Forward Presence in the Asia-Pacific” Assessed in Warships: International Fleet Review

Erickson, Andrew. 09/01/15 : Work Boat World Reviews “Rebalancing U.S. Forces”

Erickson, Andrew. 18/12/14 : Beijing Projects Power through Cooperation, Intimidation

Erickson, Andrew. 18/12/14 : China SignPost™ (洞察中国) #87: “Volkswagen’s China Dealership Expansions Suggest Substantial Upside for Continued Growth in Car Sales—and Gasoline Consumption”

Erickson, Andrew. 18/12/14 : CMSI’s Ryan Martinson & Lowy Institute’s Linda Jakobson Debate the Agency of China’s Civil Maritime (Coast Guard) Agencies

Erickson, Andrew. 17/12/14 : The World Hot Spots You’ve Never Heard of That Could Ruin 2015

Erickson, Andrew. 13/12/14 : China SignPost™ (洞察中国) #86: “Gasoline, Natural Gas, and Aluminum are Bright Spots for China Commodity Demand in 2014 as Steel and Coal Weaken”

Erickson, Andrew. 06/12/14 : Have We Just Glimpsed China’s Vision of Future Aircraft Carrier Designs?

Erickson, Andrew. 05/12/14 : The Militarization of China’s Coast Guard

Erickson, Andrew. 04/12/14 : CNAS Releases Amy Chang’s Report on China’s Cyber Strategy

Erickson, Andrew. 01/12/14 : China’s New CX-1 Supersonic Anti-Ship Cruise Missile—Wendell Minnick’s After-Action Report from Zhuhai Airshow

Erickson, Andrew. 27/11/14 : China SignPost™ (洞察中国) #85: “Mapping China’s Gas Pipeline Buildout: Follow Lights and Railroads”

Erickson, Andrew. 24/11/14 : China SignPost™ (洞察中国) #84: “Tank Watch: What Do China’s November 2014 SPR Data Tell Us?”

Erickson, Andrew. 24/11/14 : Racing toward Tragedy?: China's Rise, Military Competition in the Asia Pacific, and the Security Dilemma

Erickson, Andrew. 21/11/14 : UPENN China Scholars Jacques deLisle & Avery Goldstein Publish Interdisciplinary Edited Volume on “China’s Challenges”

Erickson, Andrew. 21/11/14 : China’s Growing Naval Capability: A View from the United States

Erickson, Andrew. 21/11/14 : 2014 Annual Report to Congress Released by U.S.-China Economic & Security Review Commission

Erickson, Andrew. 17/11/14 : China’s Blue Soft Power: Antipiracy, Engagement, and Image Enhancement

Erickson, Andrew. 17/11/14 : Writing to Think: The Intellectual Journey of a Naval Career

Erickson, Andrew. 17/11/14 : Dennis Gormley: What 10th Zhuhai Airshow Reveals About China’s Military Capabilities

Erickson, Andrew. 17/11/14 : China Shows Off New Stealth Fighter

Erickson, Andrew. 09/11/14 : China SignPost™ (洞察中国) #83: “China’s First Cold Snap Will Once Again Expose Serious Natural Gas Shortages and Drive Historically High LNG Import Demand”

Erickson, Andrew. 09/11/14 : Obama, Xi to Meet in Beijing Amid Political and Economic Strains

Erickson, Andrew. 05/11/14 : Col. Steve Hagel, USAF (Ret.), Air Force Research Institute, Reviews “Rebalancing U.S. Forces” in Strategic Studies Quarterly

Erickson, Andrew. 05/11/14 : Time to Make Lemonade: Dan Twining Explains How President Obama Can Work With Congress to Secure Asia-Pacific Rebalance Legacy

Erickson, Andrew. 05/11/14 : Lead-Up to Beijing APEC Summit: The National Interest Hosts Great Debate on U.S.-China Strategic Relations

Erickson, Andrew. 05/11/14 : China’s Recent Submarine Development & Deployment: Two Great Articles

Erickson, Andrew. 05/11/14 : “China Naval Modernization: Implications for U.S. Navy Capabilities—Background and Issues for Congress”: Latest Version of Ronald O’Rourke’s Congressional Research Service (CRS) Report

Erickson, Andrew. 03/11/14 : China SignPost™ (洞察中国) #82: “Gasoline Alley: How Much Gasoline Demand Are Each Million Cars Sold in China Worth?”

Erickson, Andrew. 23/10/14 : China SignPost™ (洞察中国) # 81: “Physician, Heal Thyself: Modest Expectations in Order for China’s Reforms as Third Plenum Anniversary Approaches”

Erickson, Andrew. 18/10/14 : “Not an Idea We Have to Shun”: Chinese Overseas Basing Requirements in the 21st Century

Erickson, Andrew. 18/10/14 : Here Comes China’s Great White Fleet

Erickson, Andrew. 17/10/14 : Naval War College Seeking Sharp Analyst for Highly-Desirable Position in Newport

Erickson, Andrew. 16/10/14 : “Energy Nationalism Goes to Sea in Asia,” in NBR’s Energy Security and the Asia-Pacific: Course Reader

Erickson, Andrew. 10/10/14 : Not-So-Empty Talk: The Danger of China’s “New Type of Great-Power Relations” Slogan

Erickson, Andrew. 06/10/14 : Highlights of Dr. Jonathan Pollack’s China/Asia-Watching Career

Erickson, Andrew. 06/10/14 : James Bosbotinis Evaluates “Rebalancing U.S. Forces” in The Naval Review

Erickson, Andrew. 01/10/14 : A Potent Vector: Assessing Chinese Cruise Missile Developments

Erickson, Andrew. 30/09/14 : Hong Kong Protests: Live Blogging & Latest Reports via Wall Street Journal’s China Real Time Report (中国实时报)

Erickson, Andrew. 30/09/14 : Hong Kong Protests: Who’s Who

Erickson, Andrew. 30/09/14 : A Drone’s-Eye View of Teeming Hong Kong Protests

Erickson, Andrew. 29/09/14 : Hong Kong Protests: Latest News, Images & Maps

Erickson, Andrew. 29/09/14 : Asahi Shimbun Profiles CMSI and its Four Core Scholars

Erickson, Andrew. 28/09/14 : Hong Kong—Now What?

Erickson, Andrew. 28/09/14 : Does Global Times/环球时报 Provide Reliable Coverage of Hong Kong Protest Issues?

Erickson, Andrew. 28/09/14 : Hong Kong’s Unprecedented Protests and Police Crackdown, Explained

Erickson, Andrew. 23/09/14 : China’s Naval Modernization: The Implications of Seapower

Erickson, Andrew. 23/09/14 : Now Published in Chinese by China’s Top Maritime Press: “China, the United States, and 21st Century Sea Power” (CMSI Vol. 4) 中国, 美国与21世纪海权

Erickson, Andrew. 22/09/14 : Admiral Harry B. Harris, Jr. to become Commander, U.S. Pacific Command

Erickson, Andrew. 22/09/14 : Military Basing Scholar Dr. Robert Harkavy Reviews “Rebalancing U.S. Forces: Basing and Forward Presence in the Asia-Pacific”

Erickson, Andrew. 22/09/14 : Should America Fear China’s “Carrier-Killer” Missile?

Erickson, Andrew. 22/09/14 : Naval War College Museum Book Lecture: “Rebalancing U.S. Forces: Basing and Forward Presence in the Asia-Pacific”

Erickson, Andrew. 17/09/14 : Making History in Newport: Head of China’s Navy Admiral Wu Shengli Leads First-Ever Delegation to Naval War College’s International Seapower Symposium

Erickson, Andrew. 11/09/14 : Summary Report from Latest Carlisle PLA Conference: The Chinese People’s Liberation Army in 2025

Erickson, Andrew. 11/09/14 : Power to the Provinces: The Devolution of China’s Maritime Rights Protection

Erickson, Andrew. 11/09/14 : The Challenge of Responding to Maritime Coercion

Erickson, Andrew. 09/09/14 : Fascinating Photos & Videos of Chinese Island Building in South China Sea from BBC

Erickson, Andrew. 05/09/14 : “Rebalancing U.S. Forces” Reviewed by Nathan Albright, Naval Historical Foundation

Erickson, Andrew. 04/09/14 : Review of “Rebalancing U.S. Forces” in Proceedings by Dr. Patrick Cullen, Norwegian Institute of International Affairs

Erickson, Andrew. 01/09/14 : China’s Space Development History: A Comparison of the Rocket and Satellite Sectors

Erickson, Andrew. 01/09/14 : Harry Kazianis Reviews “Fire on the Water: China, America and the Future of the Pacific”

Erickson, Andrew. 25/08/14 : Going Maverick: Lessons from China’s Buzzing of a U.S. Navy Aircraft

Erickson, Andrew. 22/08/14 : Pentagon Says Chinese Air Force J-11B Fighter Jet Confronted American Navy Plane in Dangerously Close Proximity

Erickson, Andrew. 18/08/14 : Can America “Just Say No” to China?

Erickson, Andrew. 07/08/14 : The Recruitment, Education, and Training of PLA Navy Personnel

Erickson, Andrew. 01/08/14 : PRC National Defense Ministry Spokesman Sr. Col. Geng Yansheng Offers China’s Most-Detailed Position to Date on Dongdiao-class Ship’s Intelligence Collection in U.S. EEZ during RIMPAC Exercise

Erickson, Andrew. 01/08/14 : A “New Situation”: China’s Evolving Assessment of its Security Environment

Erickson, Andrew. 01/08/14 : China’s RIMPAC Spying: Having Your Cake and Eating It Too

Erickson, Andrew. 28/07/14 : China’s RIMPAC Maritime-Surveillance Gambit

Erickson, Andrew. 23/07/14 : China’s Space Development History: A Comparison of the Rocket and Satellite Sectors

Erickson, Andrew. 19/07/14 : Crashing Its Own Party: China’s Unusual Decision to Spy on Joint Naval Exercises

Erickson, Andrew. 18/07/14 : China Sends Uninvited Spy Ship to RIMPAC

Erickson, Andrew. 17/07/14 : In China’s Sights: A New Missile Threatens the U.S. Navy’s Biggest Warships—And Stability in the Pacific

Erickson, Andrew. 17/07/14 : China’s Strategic Rocket Force: Upgrading Hardware and Software (Part 2 of 2)

Erickson, Andrew. 16/07/14 : Outcomes of Strategic Track of 6th Round of U.S.-China Strategic & Economic Dialogue

Erickson, Andrew. 14/07/14 : Pandora’s Sandbox: China’s Island-Building Strategy in the South China Sea

Erickson, Andrew. 13/07/14 : Chinese Fleet Participating in RIMPAC Drill Leaves for Exercise Area

Erickson, Andrew. 13/07/14 : China Issues 2nd Foreign Aid White Paper

Erickson, Andrew. 08/07/14 : China Thinks It Can Defeat America in Battle, But It Overlooks One Decisive Factor

Erickson, Andrew. 05/07/14 : Chinese Engagement in Africa: Drivers, Reactions, and Implications for U.S. Policy

Erickson, Andrew. 04/07/14 : Chinese Military Modernization and Force Development: Chinese and Outside Perspectives

Erickson, Andrew. 04/07/14 : Dr. Shi Yinhong: Territorial Dispute-Related “Tension Between China and the US and U.S. Allies Will Deteriorate Rather Than Improve”

Erickson, Andrew. 03/07/14 : China’s Strategic Rocket Force: Sharpening the Sword (Part 1 of 2)

Erickson, Andrew. 02/07/14 : China’s RIMPAC Debut: What’s in It for America?

Erickson, Andrew. 02/07/14 : After China: The Proliferation of Cruise Missiles

Erickson, Andrew. 02/07/14 : China’s Space Development History: A Comparison of the Rocket and Satellite Sectors

Erickson, Andrew. 02/07/14 : What Explains China’s Comprehensive but Uneven Aerospace Development?

Erickson, Andrew. 01/07/14 : Beyond RIMPAC: 3 Ways to Engage China on Security

Erickson, Andrew. 01/07/14 : Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel Welcomes Japan’s New Collective Self-defense Policy

Erickson, Andrew. 01/07/14 : Japan’s Article 9 Challenge

Erickson, Andrew. 27/06/14 : National Committee on U.S.-China Relations Public Intellectuals Program Now Accepting 4th Round Applications

Erickson, Andrew. 26/06/14 : Congressman J. Randy Forbes Praises CMSI’s Open Source Research & Publication

Erickson, Andrew. 24/06/14 : Could Iraq Be Another Libya for China?

Erickson, Andrew. 23/06/14 : Latest Version of Ronald O’Rourke’s Congressional Research Service (CRS) Report: “China Naval Modernization: Implications for U.S. Navy Capabilities—Background and Issues for Congress”

Erickson, Andrew. 23/06/14 : Bradley Perrett Reviews “A Low-Visibility Force Multiplier” in Aviation Week

Erickson, Andrew. 23/06/14 : NYT Editorial Board Expresses Concern, Describes China as “The Lion Now Roaring over the Waters of the South China Sea”

Erickson, Andrew. 23/06/14 : Is This a Model of China’s Next [3rd Total, 2nd Domestically-Constructed] Aircraft Carrier?

Erickson, Andrew. 20/06/14 : Chinese Navy’s First Participation in RIMPAC Exercise Draws International Attention

Erickson, Andrew. 20/06/14 : China Must See Past Its Own Hype of An America in Decline

Erickson, Andrew. 19/06/14 : A Work in Progress: China’s Development of Carrier Strike

Erickson, Andrew. 15/06/14 : 5-Star Rating for “Rebalancing U.S. Forces” on

Erickson, Andrew. 15/06/14 : Worth Revisiting on Eve of RIMPAC 2014: General Karl Eikenberry on “The Possibilities and Limits of Sino-American Military Relations”

Erickson, Andrew. 15/06/14 : Latest Congressional Research Service Report on “U.S.-China Military Contacts: Issues for Congress”

Erickson, Andrew. 14/06/14 : Chinese Fleet Joins Others for RIMPAC Exercise

Erickson, Andrew. 14/06/14 : Beijing Continues S. China Sea Expansion

Erickson, Andrew. 05/06/14 : J. Scott Shipman Evaluates NDU China Cruise Missile Study

Erickson, Andrew. 05/06/14 : Authors Say U.S. Military Not Giving Enough Attention to China’s A2AD Capabilities

Erickson, Andrew. 05/06/14 : Pentagon Releases "Military and Security Developments Involving the People’s Republic of China 2014"

Erickson, Andrew. 02/06/14 : Report: Chinese Cruise Missiles Could Pose Biggest Threat to U.S. Carriers

Erickson, Andrew. 01/06/14 : PLA LtGen Wang Guanzhong’s Remarks—Scripted & “Unscripted”—at Shangri-La Dialogue

Erickson, Andrew. 31/05/14 : Shangri-La Dialogue 2014: Links, Full Text of Speeches, and Q&A

Erickson, Andrew. 30/05/14 : Rising Tide, Dispersing Waves: Opportunities and Challenges for Chinese Seapower Development

Erickson, Andrew. 30/05/14 : On-Record Book Launch—“China’s Cruise Missile Ambitions”—Center for a New American Security (CNAS), Washington, DC, Thurs. 5 June 12:00-1:30

Erickson, Andrew. 29/05/14 : China Strongly Pushing Cruise Missile Capability

Erickson, Andrew. 29/05/14 : Contested Primacy in the Western Pacific: China’s Rise and the Future of U.S. Power Projection

Erickson, Andrew. 28/05/14 : The Hindu Surveys “The Fearful Asymmetries of Modi’s World”

Erickson, Andrew. 27/05/14 : Tea Leaf Nation & Foreign Policy Examine China’s Military Enthusiast Websites

Erickson, Andrew. 23/05/14 : IHS Jane’s Highlights CMSI “Chinese Mine Warfare” Study

Erickson, Andrew. 19/05/14 : Dr. Carl Rehberg, Headquarters, US Air Force, reviews “A Low-Visibility Force Multiplier: Assessing China’s Cruise Missile Ambitions” for Air Force Research Institute

Erickson, Andrew. 19/05/14 : Bases, Places and Boots on the Ground: A Review of “Rebalancing US Forces”

Erickson, Andrew. 19/05/14 : U.S. Charges Five Chinese Military Hackers for Cyber Espionage against U.S. Corporations and a Labor Organization for Commercial Advantage

Erickson, Andrew. 18/05/14 : America’s Military Bases in the Asia-Pacific: Strategic Asset or Vulnerability?

Erickson, Andrew. 16/05/14 : Vietnam’s Largest Newspaper Offers Details & Photos: “China Uses Vessels, Fighter Jet to Bully Vietnam in Oil Rig Tension”

Erickson, Andrew. 15/05/14 : FMPRC Spokesperson: the Paracel/Xisha and Senkaku/Diaoyu Islands claims issues “are so different that nothing can link these two together. That no dispute exists over the Xisha islands is a fact.”

Erickson, Andrew. 15/05/14 : Philippines Says Photos Show China Airstrip Work--Major Chinese Reclamation of Disputed Johnson South Reef Creates Not Just Facts on the Ground, But Facts of Ground

Erickson, Andrew. 14/05/14 : Rebalancing U.S. Forces: Basing and Forward Presence in the Asia-Pacific

Erickson, Andrew. 14/05/14 : PLA’s ‘Long Sword’ Missiles Deadly to US, Japan, Taiwan: Report

Erickson, Andrew. 13/05/14 : China’s Anti-Piracy Mission in the Gulf of Aden: Implications for Anti-Piracy in the South China Sea

Erickson, Andrew. 12/05/14 : A Low-Visibility Force Multiplier: Assessing China’s Cruise Missile Ambitions

Erickson, Andrew. 11/05/14 : China’s Cruise Missiles: Flying Fast Under the Public’s Radar

Erickson, Andrew. 10/05/14 : The Budget This Time: Taking the Measure of China’s Defense Spending

Erickson, Andrew. 06/05/14 : Bases for America’s Asia-Pacific Rebalance (Part 2 of 2)

Erickson, Andrew. 06/05/14 : China’s Maritime Disputes in the East and South China Seas

Erickson, Andrew. 02/05/14 : Bases for America’s Asia-Pacific Rebalance (Part 1 of 2)

Erickson, Andrew. 29/04/14 : Assessing the People’s Liberation Army in the Hu Jintao Era

Erickson, Andrew. 25/04/14 : Statement of Admiral Samuel J. Locklear, U.S. Navy Commander, U.S. Pacific Command before the Senate Committee on Armed Services on U.S. Pacific Command Posture

Erickson, Andrew. 24/04/14 : China Army Targets Students for Officers to Match Weapons

Erickson, Andrew. 23/04/14 : New Edition of Ronald O’Rourke’s Congressional Research Service (CRS) Report: “China Naval Modernization: Implications for U.S. Navy Capabilities—Background and Issues for Congress”

Erickson, Andrew. 22/04/14 : Watching China’s Carrier Dream Materialize--Via Music Video!

Erickson, Andrew. 22/04/14 : Parallel Progress, Positive Potential: Sino-American Cooperation to Further Sea Lane Security in the Gulf of Aden

Erickson, Andrew. 21/04/14 : China Goes Ballistic

Erickson, Andrew. 20/04/14 : Far Eastern Promises: Why Washington Should Focus on Asia

Erickson, Andrew. 17/04/14 : Mearsheimer’s Big Question: Can China Rise Peacefully?

Erickson, Andrew. 12/04/14 : Bryan McGrath Highlights Must-Read Goldstein-Knight Proceedings Article on Chinese ASW Development

Erickson, Andrew. 12/04/14 : Session Videos Now Available: Asan China Conference 2014, “Assessing China’s Power”

Erickson, Andrew. 10/04/14 : The US Navy and the Pivot: Less Means Less

Erickson, Andrew. 29/03/14 : Keeping the Near Seas Peaceful: American and Allied Mission, Asia-Pacific Interest

Erickson, Andrew. 18/03/14 : Eight Bells Book Lecture on Chinese Antipiracy Operations Reviewed by John Kennedy in Newport Navalog

Erickson, Andrew. 14/03/14 : China Insights from DIA Director LtGen Flynn’s SASC Testimony

Erickson, Andrew. 13/03/14 : China’s Military Spending: At the Double

Erickson, Andrew. 13/03/14 : Washington Post Editorial: “Beijing’s Breakneck Defense Spending Poses a Challenge to the U.S.”

Erickson, Andrew. 12/03/14 : Eight Bells Book Lecture: “No Substitute for Experience: Chinese Anti-Piracy Operations in the Gulf of Aden”

Erickson, Andrew. 12/03/14 : Latest Edition of “China Naval Modernization: Implications for U.S. Navy Capabilities—Background and Issues for Congress” by Ronald O’Rourke, Congressional Research Service (CRS)

Erickson, Andrew. 08/03/14 : China’s Defense Budget: A Mixed Bag

Erickson, Andrew. 05/03/14 : China Announces 12.2% Increase in Military Budget

Erickson, Andrew. 05/03/14 : Full Steam Ahead: China’s Ever-Increasing Military Budget

Erickson, Andrew. 04/03/14 : It’s Official: China’s Official Defense Budget to Increase 12.2% in 2014 to ~$132 Billion (808.2 Billion Yuan)

Erickson, Andrew. 04/03/14 : Chinese Air- and Space-Based ISR: Integrating Aerospace Combat Capabilities over the Near Seas

Erickson, Andrew. 04/03/14 : China’s Near Seas Combat Capabilities (CMSI China Maritime Study #11)

Erickson, Andrew. 25/02/14 : Forthcoming Naval Institute Press Volume “Rebalancing U.S. Forces: Basing and Forward Presence in the Asia-Pacific” Reviewed in Defense & Foreign Affairs

Erickson, Andrew. 20/02/14 : China SignPost™ (洞察中国) #80—“King Coal Reigns: North America’s Shale Gas Boom Will Force China to Continue Relying on Coal”

Erickson, Andrew. 17/02/14 : China SignPost™ (洞察中国) #79—“ China Car Sales: New Pockets of Opportunity”

Erickson, Andrew. 13/02/14 : Scholars Highlight Sino-Japanese Security Dynamics, Defense Infrastructure in Stanford China Program

Erickson, Andrew. 10/02/14 : It Changed My (Professional) Life: The National Committee on U.S.-China Relations’ Public Intellectuals Program

Erickson, Andrew. 10/02/14 : Registration Open for Summer Training Workshop on the Relationship Between National Security and Technology in China, 4-10 August 2014

Erickson, Andrew. 10/02/14 : NSC Senior Director for Asian Affairs Evan Medeiros Quoted Extensively on East China Sea ADIZ & Related Issues

Erickson, Andrew. 10/02/14 : Full Text of Assistant Secretary Daniel Russel’s Testimony on “Maritime Disputes in East Asia”

Erickson, Andrew. 10/02/14 : Jeffrey Bader: “The U.S. and China’s Nine-Dash Line: Ending the Ambiguity”

Erickson, Andrew. 06/02/14 : Research, Development, and Acquisition in China’s Aviation Industry: J-10 and Pterodactyl UAV

Erickson, Andrew. 06/02/14 : China’s Nuclear Weapons Program and the Chinese Research, Development, and Acquisition System

Erickson, Andrew. 04/02/14 : Chinese Views and Commentary on the East China Sea Air Defense Identification Zone (ECS ADIZ)

Erickson, Andrew. 01/02/14 : The Chinese Military’s Toughest Opponent: Corruption

Erickson, Andrew. 31/01/14 : Take Heed of China’s Security Commission

Erickson, Andrew. 29/01/14 : Remarks as Delivered by Director of National Intelligence James R. Clapper on the 2014 Worldwide Threat Assessment & Full Text of Report

Erickson, Andrew. 29/01/14 : USCC Hearing: “China’s Military Modernization and its Implications for the United States”—Thurs. 30 January 2014, 9 AM-3 PM, Rayburn House Office Building, Room 2118 (updated location & agenda)

Erickson, Andrew. 27/01/14 : U.S. Navy Sees Chinese HGV as Part of Wider Threat

Erickson, Andrew. 25/01/14 : USCC Hearing: “China’s Military Modernization and its Implications for the United States”—Thurs. 30 January 2014, 9 AM-3 PM, Dirksen Senate Office Building, Room 608

Erickson, Andrew. 24/01/14 : It’s Official: Xi Jinping to Lead National Security Commission

Erickson, Andrew. 21/01/14 : Ripples of Change in Chinese Foreign Policy? Evidence from Recent Approaches to Nontraditional Waterborne Security

Erickson, Andrew. 19/01/14 : Transcript of Admiral Locklear’s Speech at the Surface Navy Association Conference

Erickson, Andrew. 18/01/14 : Wishlist for a New Naval Cooperative Strategy

Erickson, Andrew. 16/01/14 : PACOM Chief: Uncontested U.S. Control of Pacific is Ending

Erickson, Andrew. 16/01/14 : China Daily: “China Seeks to Calm US fears over Missile”

Erickson, Andrew. 14/01/14 : (Re)Defining the “New Type of Major Country Relationship” between the United States and China

Erickson, Andrew. 10/01/14 : China and the Far Seas: China’s Far Seas Presence Enables it to Escort Syria’s Chemical Weapons Marked for Destruction

Erickson, Andrew. 08/01/14 : U.S. State Department Asia-Pacific Rebalance Fact Sheet

Erickson, Andrew. 07/01/14 : Why China’s Gulf Piracy Fight Matters

Erickson, Andrew. 05/01/14 : Xinhua: PLA to Establish Joint Operational Command System; Experts Expect Naval Prioritization

Erickson, Andrew. 04/01/14 : Capability Surprise for U.S. Naval Forces: Initial Observations and Insights: Interim Report

Erickson, Andrew. 02/01/14 : No Substitute for Experience

Erickson, Andrew. 01/01/14 : China’s Near-Seas Challenges

Erickson, Andrew. 23/12/13 : China SignPost™ “Greatest Hits” #6: Mining & Minerals

Erickson, Andrew. 23/12/13 : China SignPost™ “Greatest Hits” #5: Industrial & Technical Development

Erickson, Andrew. 23/12/13 : China SignPost™ “Greatest Hits” #4: Macro and Strategic Assessments

Erickson, Andrew. 23/12/13 : China SignPost™ “Greatest Hits” #3: Agricultural & Consumer Markets

Erickson, Andrew. 23/12/13 : China SignPost™ “Greatest Hits” #2: Military and Security Developments

Erickson, Andrew. 23/12/13 : China SignPost™ “Greatest Hits” #1: Energy & Transportation

Erickson, Andrew. 21/12/13 : Towards the Same End, With Considerable Potential: Considering Future Sino-American Cooperation Regarding Sea Lane Security in the Gulf of Aden

Erickson, Andrew. 19/12/13 : “China’s Naval Modernization: Implications and Recommendations”--Full HASC Oral & Written Testimony

Erickson, Andrew. 17/12/13 : 97th Iteration of CRS Report by Ronald O’Rourke, “China Naval Modernization: Implications for U.S. Navy Capabilities—Background and Issues for Congress”

Erickson, Andrew. 16/12/13 : Deterrence by Denial: How to Prevent China From Using Force

Erickson, Andrew. 15/12/13 : Just Out in December 2013 China Quarterly: “Demystifying China’s Defence Spending: Less Mysterious in the Aggregate”

Erickson, Andrew. 15/12/13 : Chinese President, Premier Arrive in Aerospace Control Center

Erickson, Andrew. 15/12/13 : Contradictions in China’s Foreign Policy

Erickson, Andrew. 15/12/13 : Chinese Warship Nearly Collided With USS Cowpens

Erickson, Andrew. 14/12/13 : U.S.-China Security Perceptions Survey: Findings and Implications

Erickson, Andrew. 14/12/13 : Chang’e-3 (姮娥) Lander and Yutu “Jade Rabbit” (玉兔) Moon Rover Reach Lunar Surface—China’s 1st Soft-Landing on Extraterrestrial Body

Erickson, Andrew. 12/12/13 : China’s Naval Modernization: Implications and Recommendations

Erickson, Andrew. 12/12/13 : Rep. Forbes: Make China Bleed $$$; Budget Deal Stops “Hemorrhaging”

Erickson, Andrew. 12/12/13 : 2013 Annual Report to Congress Released by U.S.-China Economic and Security Review Commission

Erickson, Andrew. 12/12/13 : No Clear Strategy on China, Experts Say

Erickson, Andrew. 11/12/13 : Witness Statements, Bios & Archived Webcast Now Available—HASC Subcommittee on Seapower & Projection Forces Hearing: “U.S. Asia-Pacific Strategic Considerations Related to PLA Naval Forces Modernization”

Erickson, Andrew. 11/12/13 : Today from 3:30-5:30 PM in 2118 RHOB & Webcast Live—House Armed Services Committee Hearing: “U.S. Asia-Pacific Strategic Considerations Related to P.L.A. Naval Forces Modernization”

Erickson, Andrew. 09/12/13 : Piracy’s Next Frontier: A Role for China in Gulf of Guinea Security?

Erickson, Andrew. 09/12/13 : House Armed Services Committee Hearing Wed. 11 December 3:30-5:30 PM, 2118 RHOB: “U.S. Asia-Pacific Strategic Considerations Related to P.L.A. Naval Forces Modernization”

Erickson, Andrew. 08/12/13 : China SignPost™ (洞察中国) #72—“China Natural Gas Shortage Poised to Drive Record LNG Imports”

Erickson, Andrew. 30/11/13 : China Bolstering Civil, Defense Space Spending

Erickson, Andrew. 29/11/13 : China’s Space Program Is Taking Off

Erickson, Andrew. 29/11/13 : China Sends Warplanes to New Air Defense Zone After U.S., Japan, S. Korea Incursions

Erickson, Andrew. 28/11/13 : Decoding China’s New “National Security Commission”

Erickson, Andrew. 27/11/13 : What’s Wrong With China’s Air Defence Identification Zone (And What’s Not)

Erickson, Andrew. 27/11/13 : How to Think About the Chinese Air-Defense News

Erickson, Andrew. 25/11/13 : Watch This Space: China’s New Air Defense Zone

Erickson, Andrew. 24/11/13 : PLA Air Force Conducts 1st Patrol in ECS ADIZ, Chinese Experts Discuss Zone’s Significance

Erickson, Andrew. 23/11/13 : Extensive Chinese-Language Articles & Graphics Regarding Beijing-Designated East China Sea ADIZ

Erickson, Andrew. 23/11/13 : Statements by Secretary of State John Kerry and Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel on the East China Sea Air Defense Identification Zone

Erickson, Andrew. 23/11/13 : Defense Spokesman Yang Yujun’s Response to Questions on the Establishment of The East China Sea Air Defense Identification Zone

Erickson, Andrew. 23/11/13 : China’s Government Announces Aircraft Identification Rules for PRC East China Sea Air Defense Identification Zone (ADIZ)

Erickson, Andrew. 22/11/13 : Chinese UCAV Takes Maiden Flight

Erickson, Andrew. 15/11/13 : Taipei Conference Examines Evolving Chinese Strategic Doctrine

Erickson, Andrew. 15/11/13 : China’s Far Seas “Five-Year Plan”

Erickson, Andrew. 13/11/13 : US Report: 1st Sub-launched Nuke Missile among China’s Recent Strides

Erickson, Andrew. 13/11/13 : China’s Search for Renewable Energy: Pragmatic Techno-nationalism

Erickson, Andrew. 05/11/13 : “No Substitute for Experience: Chinese Anti-Piracy Operations in the Gulf of Aden” (CMSI China Maritime Study #10)

Erickson, Andrew. 01/11/13 : China and the International Antipiracy Effort

Erickson, Andrew. 24/10/13 : Learning by Doing: PLAN Operational Innovations in the Gulf of Aden

Erickson, Andrew. 24/10/13 : Pragmatic Partners, the Unsung Story of U.S.-China Anti-Piracy Coordination

Erickson, Andrew. 23/10/13 : Lifting the Veil on China’s “Carrier-Killer”

Erickson, Andrew. 23/10/13 : China’s Naval Modernization and Implications for the United States

Erickson, Andrew. 23/10/13 : Ronald O’Rourke, Congressional Research Service (CRS), “China Naval Modernization: Implications for U.S. Navy Capabilities—Background and Issues for Congress” -- Latest Edition

Erickson, Andrew. 21/10/13 : Diego Garcia: Anchoring America’s Future Presence in the Indo-Pacific

Erickson, Andrew. 17/10/13 : China’s Air Force Comes of Age

Erickson, Andrew. 10/10/13 : The Relevant Organs: Institutional Factors behind China’s Gulf of Aden Deployment

Erickson, Andrew. 01/10/13 : Risks for U.S. in Asia with Shut-Down Soap Opera

Erickson, Andrew. 01/10/13 : Lee Kuan Yew’s Wisdom for Washington: Asian Geopolitics Won’t Shut Down with U.S. Government

Erickson, Andrew. 01/10/13 : Sunk Costs: China and the Pirates

Erickson, Andrew. 09/09/13 : Spring Training for the Big Leagues

Erickson, Andrew. 09/09/13 : China’s ‘Carrier-Killer’ Was Born in the Balkans: The DF-21D is China’s Answer to America’s Carriers, With an Unusual Origin in the Kosovo War

Erickson, Andrew. 23/08/13 : Updated Congressional Research Service (CRS) Report—Ronald O’Rourke, “Maritime Territorial and Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ) Disputes Involving China: Issues for Congress”

Erickson, Andrew. 22/08/13 : Latest Congressional Research Service (CRS) Report—Ronald O’Rourke, “China Naval Modernization: Implications for U.S. Navy Capabilities—Background and Issues for Congress”

Erickson, Andrew. 06/08/13 : China Carrier Demo Module Highlights Surging Navy

Erickson, Andrew. 01/08/13 : The Influence of Airpower Upon Asian History

Erickson, Andrew. 19/07/13 : China Issues its Own “Report on U.S. Military Power 2012” & “Report on Japanese Military Power 2012”

Erickson, Andrew. 19/07/13 : More Signs that China May Be Facing an S-Curved Trajectory

Erickson, Andrew. 12/07/13 : Simplified Chinese Translation Now Available: “Chinese Mine Warfare: A PLA Navy ‘Assassin’s Mace’ Capability”

Erickson, Andrew. 12/07/13 : Latest Congressional Research Service (CRS) Report—Ronald O’Rourke, “China Naval Modernization: Implications for U.S. Navy Capabilities—Background and Issues for Congress”

Erickson, Andrew. 11/07/13 : Chinese Translation Now Available: “Chinese Mine Warfare: A PLA Navy ‘Assassin’s Mace’ Capability”

Erickson, Andrew. 11/07/13 : National Air and Space Intelligence Center (NASIC) Issues 2013 “Ballistic and Cruise Missile Threat” Report

Erickson, Andrew. 07/07/13 : The Dragon Extends its Reach: Chinese Military Power Goes Global

Erickson, Andrew. 23/06/13 : China SignPost™ (洞察中国) #71—“Counting Cars: Rising Private Automobile Ownership in Chinese Cities Paves Road for Gasoline Demand”

Erickson, Andrew. 20/06/13 : Latest Congressional Research Service (CRS) Report—Ronald O’Rourke, “China Naval Modernization: Implications for U.S. Navy Capabilities—Background and Issues for Congress”

Erickson, Andrew. 10/06/13 : A Statement before the U.S.-China Economic and Security Review Commission, Panel III: “China’s Political and Security Challenges in the Middle East,” “China and the Middle East” hearing, Washington, DC, 6 June 2013

Erickson, Andrew. 07/06/13 : How China Got There First: Beijing’s Unique Path to ASBM Development and Deployment

Erickson, Andrew. 07/06/13 : How Obama and Xi Can Avoid California Dreaming

Erickson, Andrew. 06/06/13 : Hearing: “China and the Middle East”—Live Webcast, Statements, and Bios Now Available

Erickson, Andrew. 03/06/13 : U.S.-China Economic and Security Review Commission to Hold “China and the Middle East” Hearing, Thursday 6 June 2013

Erickson, Andrew. 30/05/13 : Chinese Anti-Ship Ballistic Missile Development: Drivers, Trajectories, and Strategic Implications

Erickson, Andrew. 24/05/13 : China Has Drones. Now What? When Beijing Will—and Won’t—Use Its UAVs

Erickson, Andrew. 22/05/13 : China’s Military and the U.S.-Japan Alliance in 2030: A Strategic Net Assessment

Erickson, Andrew. 16/05/13 : Lifting the Shroud on China’s Defense Spending: Trends, Drivers, and Implications—An Interview with Andrew S. Erickson and Adam P. Liff

Erickson, Andrew. 16/05/13 : India’s Steady Progress in Rockets and Satellites

Erickson, Andrew. 13/05/13 : Xi’s War Drums

Erickson, Andrew. 13/05/13 : Overseas Basing of U.S. Military Forces: An Assessment of Relative Costs and Strategic Benefits

Erickson, Andrew. 13/05/13 : Toward “Land” or Toward “Sea”? The High-Speed Railway and China’s Grand Strategy

Erickson, Andrew. 13/05/13 : Authoritarian Signaling, Mass Audiences, and Nationalist Protest in China

Erickson, Andrew. 07/05/13 : Pentagon Report Reveals Chinese Military Developments

Erickson, Andrew. 07/05/13 : Unpacking the Riches of the Pentagon’s China Report

Erickson, Andrew. 06/05/13 : DoD "Military and Security Developments Involving the People’s Republic of China 2013" Report Just Released

Erickson, Andrew. 15/04/13 : China’s 2013 Defense White Paper (“The Diversified Employment of China’s Armed Forces”/“中国武装力量的多样化运用”) Just Released

Erickson, Andrew. 14/04/13 : China SignPost™ (洞察中国) #70--Playing with Fire, Round 2: North Korea’s Potential Missile Threat to Asian Oil Refining Infrastructure

Erickson, Andrew. 12/04/13 : March: China’s Month of Mistakes

Erickson, Andrew. 08/04/13 : Inaugural Presentation in CSIS “China Reality Check” Speaker Series: “China’s Defense Budget: A Richer Nation Builds a Stronger Army”

Erickson, Andrew. 02/04/13 : Aviation Week & Space Technology Award-Winner Marc Szepan Reviews “Chinese Aerospace Power” in Royal Aeronautical Society Journal

Erickson, Andrew. 01/04/13 : Learning the Ropes in Blue Water: The Chinese Navy’s Gulf of Aden Deployments Have Borne Worthwhile Lessons in Far-Seas Operations—Lessons that Go Beyond the Antipiracy Mission

Erickson, Andrew. 25/03/13 : “Demystifying China’s Defence Spending: Less Mysterious in the Aggregate”--FirstView Version of Article Now Available on The China Quarterly Website

Erickson, Andrew. 25/03/13 : Latest Congressional Research Service (CRS) Report—Ronald O’Rourke, “China Naval Modernization: Implications for U.S. Navy Capabilities—Background and Issues for Congress”

Erickson, Andrew. 11/03/13 : China’s Military Development, Beyond the Numbers

Erickson, Andrew. 11/03/13 : New Fleet on the Block: China’s Coast Guard Comes Together

Erickson, Andrew. 07/03/13 : A Player, but No Superpower

Erickson, Andrew. 04/03/13 : China’s Military Budget Bump: What it Means

Erickson, Andrew. 04/03/13 : China’s 2013 Military Budget to Rise 10.7% to US $114.3 Billion--What it Means, and Why it Matters

Erickson, Andrew. 04/03/13 : China’s Xi Courts Military

Erickson, Andrew. 04/03/13 : China Channels Billy Mitchell: Anti-Ship Ballistic Missile Alters Region’s Military Geography

Erickson, Andrew. 01/03/13 : Demystifying China’s Defense Spending: Less Mysterious in the Aggregate

Erickson, Andrew. 01/03/13 : Killer Apps: Is China Working on a Nuclear Reactor For Aircraft Carriers?

Erickson, Andrew. 04/02/13 : Registration Open for Fourth Summer Training Workshop on the Relationship Between National Security and Technology in China, 21 July-2 August 2013

Erickson, Andrew. 04/02/13 : “China and Its Military” Library Guide--A Contribution from Naval War College Librarian Alice K. Juda

Erickson, Andrew. 03/02/13 : Missile Defense’s Real Enemy: Math

Erickson, Andrew. 31/01/13 : Of Growing Naval Concern

Erickson, Andrew. 31/01/13 : The “Malacca Dilemma”: Leading to Conflict with China or Dialogue and Cooperation?

Erickson, Andrew. 28/01/13 : The Y-20: China Aviation Milestone Means New Power Projection

Erickson, Andrew. 24/01/13 : Robert L. Worden Reviews “Chinese Aerospace Power” in Washington Journal of Modern China

Erickson, Andrew. 24/01/13 : “China Goes to Sea” Reviewed by Diana Sweet in Washington Journal of Modern China

Erickson, Andrew. 22/01/13 : Gray Matter for Gray Hulls: The Intellectual Software Powering the U.S. Navy’s Asia-Pacific Rebalance

Erickson, Andrew. 17/01/13 : This Simple Ship Could Let the Chinese Navy Circle the Globe

Erickson, Andrew. 12/01/13 : Chinese Statesmen and the Use of Air Power

Erickson, Andrew. 07/01/13 : Limited Liftoff Looming: Y-20 Transport Prepares for 1st Test Flight

Erickson, Andrew. 04/01/13 : Eye on China: 10 Key Trends to Watch in the Year of the Snake

Erickson, Andrew. 31/12/12 : Latest Congressional Research Service (CRS) Report—Ronald O’Rourke, “China Naval Modernization: Implications for U.S. Navy Capabilities—Background and Issues for Congress”

Erickson, Andrew. 29/12/12 : Transatlantic Security Cooperation in the Asia Pacific

Erickson, Andrew. 25/12/12 : China SignPost™ (洞察中国) #69--Elephant in the Room? Are mining companies on target as they look to India to help compensate for China’s lost commodity demand growth?

Erickson, Andrew. 19/12/12 : China SignPost™ (洞察中国) #68--China Military Jet Engine Development Overview: An eReader

Erickson, Andrew. 19/12/12 : Learning by Doing: The PLA Trains at Home and Abroad

Erickson, Andrew. 19/12/12 : The Chinese Air Force: Evolving Concepts, Roles, and Capabilities

Erickson, Andrew. 19/12/12 : What Does J-31 Tell Us About China

Erickson, Andrew. 06/12/12 : “The Long Pole in the Tent”: China’s Military Jet Engines

Erickson, Andrew. 27/11/12 : China Aircraft Carrier Style! Assessing the First Takeoff and Landing

Erickson, Andrew. 21/11/12 : “Death by Blue Water Navy” Distracts from China’s Real Military Focus

Erickson, Andrew. 07/11/12 : The Future of Chinese Nuclear Policy and Strategy

Erickson, Andrew. 04/11/12 : Taking Off: Implications of China’s Second Stealth Fighter Test Flight

Erickson, Andrew. 31/10/12 : U.S. Navy Take Notice: China is Becoming a World-Class Military Shipbuilder

Erickson, Andrew. 30/10/12 : Chinese Aircraft Carrier Update

Erickson, Andrew. 27/10/12 : The Meaning of the Nuclear Evolution: China’s Strategic Modernization and US-China Security Relations

Erickson, Andrew. 26/10/12 : Examining the New Aircraft Carrier through the PLA’s Revolution in “Organizational” Affairs

Erickson, Andrew. 25/10/12 : The Chinese Army Today: Tradition and Transformation for the 21st Century, 2nd ed.

Erickson, Andrew. 23/10/12 : Latest Congressional Research Service (CRS) Report—Ronald O’Rourke, “China Naval Modernization: Implications for U.S. Navy Capabilities—Background and Issues for Congress”

Erickson, Andrew. 17/10/12 : Delicate Touch: Flight Operations Begin on China’s First Aircraft Carrier

Erickson, Andrew. 08/10/12 : New Destroyer a Significant Development for Chinese Sea Power

Erickson, Andrew. 06/10/12 : Flightglobal’s Greg Waldron Reviews “Chinese Aerospace Power”

Erickson, Andrew. 04/10/12 : Webcast Available of “Strategic Asia 2012-13: China’s Military Challenge” Book Launch Event

Erickson, Andrew. 01/10/12 : National Bureau of Asian Research to Launch “Strategic Asia 2012-13: China’s Military Challenge” on Wednesday 3 October

Erickson, Andrew. 28/09/12 : China SignPost™ (洞察中国) #67--“Central and Southwest China: The Key Battleground for Shale Gas and New Low-Cost Coal Supplies from Xinjiang, Mongolia, and Wyoming”

Erickson, Andrew. 28/09/12 : Feng, Information Dissemination: “Liaoning and Future Carriers”

Erickson, Andrew. 27/09/12 : China’s Navy and Air Force: Advancing Capabilities and Missions—An Interview with Andrew S. Erickson

Erickson, Andrew. 26/09/12 : The Calm Before the Storm: China’s About to Find Out How Hard it is to Run an Aircraft Carrier

Erickson, Andrew. 26/09/12 : An Aircraft Carrier of One’s Own—After Much Struggle, China Finally Has the Massive Naval Vessel it Always Wanted

Erickson, Andrew. 26/09/12 : Who Left Skidmarks on the Flight Deck of China’s New Aircraft Carrier?

Erickson, Andrew. 26/09/12 : China: First Aircraft Carrier Entering Service

Erickson, Andrew. 25/09/12 : Introducing the “Liaoning”: China’s New Aircraft Carrier and What it Means

Erickson, Andrew. 25/09/12 : China’s Ministry of National Defense: 1st Aircraft Carrier “Liaoning” Handed Over to PLA Navy

Erickson, Andrew. 24/09/12 : Global Times: PLA National Defense University Professor States China’s 1st Aircraft Carrier Not Yet Delivered to Navy; Flag-Raising Ceremony Only a Rehearsal

Erickson, Andrew. 23/09/12 : China’s Navy Receives 1st Aircraft Carrier

Erickson, Andrew. 22/09/12 : China SignPost™ (洞察中国) #66--“Kings of Coal to Barons of Bling? Xinjiang’s Coal Boom will Drive Sales of Bentleys, BMWs, and other ‘Bling’”

Erickson, Andrew. 21/09/12 : China SignPost™ (洞察中国) #65--Xinjiang Poised to Become China’s Largest Coal Producer: Will Move Global Coal, Natural Gas, and Crude Oil Markets

Erickson, Andrew. 18/09/12 : Engine Woes Could Ground China’s Stealth Armada

Erickson, Andrew. 18/09/12 : Double Vision: Making Sense of China’s Second “Stealth” Fighter Prototype

Erickson, Andrew. 15/09/12 : China’s Modernization of Its Naval and Air Power Capabilities

Erickson, Andrew. 15/09/12 : Ashley Tellis: “Uphill Challenges: China’s Military Modernization and Asian Security”

Erickson, Andrew. 15/09/12 : “Strategic Asia 2012-13: China’s Military Challenge” Available for Pre-Order: e-version out 25 Sept., paperback release 3 Oct.

Erickson, Andrew. 15/09/12 : The Revenge of Geography: What the Map Tells Us About Coming Conflicts and the Battle Against Fate

Erickson, Andrew. 15/09/12 : Abraham Denmark Interviews Robert Kaplan on His New Book “The Revenge of Geography”

Erickson, Andrew. 15/09/12 : New Ships Give China’s Navy a Stronger Punch

Erickson, Andrew. 10/09/12 : Building an Active, Layered Defense: Chinese Naval and Air Force Advancement—An Interview with Andrew S. Erickson

Erickson, Andrew. 10/09/12 : China Will Name its First Aircraft Carrier ex-Varyag “Liaoning”: PRC State Media Portal

Erickson, Andrew. 08/09/12 : Coasting: Was the U.S. Navy Really Better in 1917?

Erickson, Andrew. 07/09/12 : Christopher Hughes reviews “China, the United States, and 21st Century Sea Power” in China Review International

Erickson, Andrew. 06/09/12 : Geography Rules: Why Mongolia’s China Mining Strategy is a Mistake

Erickson, Andrew. 05/09/12 : Deep-Water Oil Rigs as Strategic Weapons

Erickson, Andrew. 04/09/12 : China SignPost™ (洞察中国) #64: “Wyoming and Montana Could Become Major New Coal Suppliers to China and the Asian Market—If They Can Obtain Port Access”

Erickson, Andrew. 04/09/12 : Strategic Studies Quarterly Reviews “Chinese Aerospace Power: Evolving Maritime Roles”

Erickson, Andrew. 31/08/12 : Latest Congressional Research Service (CRS) Report—Ronald O’Rourke, “China Naval Modernization: Implications for U.S. Navy Capabilities—Background and Issues for Congress”

Erickson, Andrew. 31/08/12 : Strategic Asia 2012-13: China’s Military Challenge Book Launch Event

Erickson, Andrew. 31/08/12 : Cultivating Tomorrow’s Asia Hands

Erickson, Andrew. 29/08/12 : China’s Real Blue Water Navy

Erickson, Andrew. 29/08/12 : China and the Emerging Strategic Competition in Aerospace Power

Erickson, Andrew. 29/08/12 : Thomas Mahnken’s Conclusion to “Competitive Strategies for the 21st Century: Theory, History, and Practice”

Erickson, Andrew. 29/08/12 : China’s Strategic Forces in the 21st Century: The People’s Liberation Army’s Changing Nuclear Doctrine and Force Posture

Erickson, Andrew. 29/08/12 : The State of the U.S.-China Competition

Erickson, Andrew. 29/08/12 : Changing the Rules of the Game: The Commercial Aircraft Industry in China

Erickson, Andrew. 28/08/12 : Asia’s New Arms Race: Missiles, Missile Defenses

Erickson, Andrew. 24/08/12 : China’s Ballistic Missiles: A Force to be Reckoned With

Erickson, Andrew. 24/08/12 : China’s Maritime Salient: Competitive Strategies on the Oceanic Front for the 21st Century

Erickson, Andrew. 23/08/12 : Japan’s Competitive Strategies at Sea: A Preliminary Assessment

Erickson, Andrew. 22/08/12 : Asia in the Balance: Transforming U.S. Military Strategy in Asia

Erickson, Andrew. 22/08/12 : Developing a Strategy for Long-term Sino-American Competition

Erickson, Andrew. 21/08/12 : Cultural Barriers to Implementing a Competitive Strategy

Erickson, Andrew. 21/08/12 : Steady as She Goes: Aircraft Appear Aboard China’s Varyag

Erickson, Andrew. 21/08/12 : China SignPost™ (洞察中国) #63: “North-Central China Offers Massive Market Opportunity for Mongolian Coal Miners”

Erickson, Andrew. 20/08/12 : Assessing the Undersea Balance between the United States and China

Erickson, Andrew. 17/08/12 : A Competitive Strategy with Chinese Characteristics? The Second Artillery’s Growing Conventional Forces and Missions

Erickson, Andrew. 17/08/12 : China SignPost™ (洞察中国) #62: “Spaceplane Development Becomes a New Dimension of Emerging U.S.-China Space Competition”

Erickson, Andrew. 13/08/12 : China SignPost™ (洞察中国) #61: “Can Inland Consumption Soften Coastal Industrial Slump? China’s Weak Earthmover Sales and Poor Coal Demand Point to More Economic Turbulence, But Second and Third Tier Property Markets Show Flashes of Life”

Erickson, Andrew. 13/08/12 : Leading Expert Scott Truver Endorses Conclusions of CMSI’s China Maritime Study #3 on Chinese Mine Warfare

Erickson, Andrew. 06/08/12 : External Intervention and the Politics of State Formation - China, Indonesia, and Thailand, 1893–1952

Erickson, Andrew. 02/08/12 : China SignPost™ (洞察中国) #60: “Downturn to ‘New Normal’? China’s Consumer Economy is Rolling Over and Sales of Chicken, Cars, and Shoes Are Taking a Hit”

Erickson, Andrew. 27/07/12 : “Selfish Superpower” No Longer? China’s Anti-Piracy Activities and 21st-Century Global Maritime Governance

Erickson, Andrew. 26/07/12 : Twenty-First Century Seapower: Cooperation and Conflict at Sea

Erickson, Andrew. 26/07/12 : China Defense Blog’s Recommended Read: Asian Security Article on 2nd Arty Conventional Capabilities

Erickson, Andrew. 23/07/12 : The Conventional Missile Capabilities of China’s Second Artillery Force: Cornerstone of Deterrence and Warfighting

Erickson, Andrew. 23/07/12 : Richard Halloran Reviews CMSI Vol. 4--“China, the United States & 21st Century Sea Power”--in Parameters

Erickson, Andrew. 23/07/12 : CMSI China Maritime Study #9--“Not Congruent but Quite Complementary: U.S. and Chinese Approaches to Nontraditional Security”

Erickson, Andrew. 16/07/12 : Mutually Assured Destruction or Dependence? U.S. and Chinese Perspectives on China’s Military Development

Erickson, Andrew. 15/07/12 : Regional Implications for China’s Newest Oil Rig

Erickson, Andrew. 12/07/12 : Latest Congressional Research Service (CRS) Report—Ronald O’Rourke, “China Naval Modernization: Implications for U.S. Navy Capabilities—Background and Issues for Congress”

Erickson, Andrew. 12/07/12 : China Awaits Fighter Export Breakthrough

Erickson, Andrew. 28/06/12 : “Chinese Aerospace Power” & “China, The United States and 21st-Century Sea Power” Reviewed in Warship 2012’s “Naval Books of the Year”

Erickson, Andrew. 28/06/12 : Recommended Reading: A Plain Sailorman in China

Erickson, Andrew. 27/06/12 : Kindle Editions of 4 CMSI Volumes Now Available; 5th to Follow

Erickson, Andrew. 19/06/12 : Chinese Crew Works in Tiangong after 1st Manned Shenzhou Docking

Erickson, Andrew. 18/06/12 : China’s Rendezvous in Space

Erickson, Andrew. 16/06/12 : Making History in the Heavens: Liu Yang Becomes 1st Female Chinese Astronaut in Orbit as 3-Person Shenzhou-9 Mission Heads for Docking with Tiangong-1 Space Laboratory Module

Erickson, Andrew. 16/06/12 : David Axe, Danger Room--“Video: Secret Space Plane Shatters Orbital Record as Chinese Rival Looms”

Erickson, Andrew. 15/06/12 : Galrahn Discusses Recent Posts from Information Dissemination’s 5th Anniversary “Virtual Conference: Celebrating Seapower Online”

Erickson, Andrew. 14/06/12 : Are China’s Near Seas “Anti-Navy” Capabilities Aimed Directly at the United States?

Erickson, Andrew. 13/06/12 : James Fallows Quotes China SignPost™ (洞察中国) #47 Aeroengine Study in His New Book “China Airborne”

Erickson, Andrew. 13/06/12 : The Shi Lang, A Vehicle for Regional Change?

Erickson, Andrew. 13/06/12 : PRC Area-Denial Capabilities and American Power Projection, Part 2

Erickson, Andrew. 13/06/12 : PRC Area-Denial Capabilities and American Power Projection, Part 1

Erickson, Andrew. 11/06/12 : Microsatellites: A Bellwether of Chinese Aerospace Progress?

Erickson, Andrew. 07/06/12 : Like it or Not: State Oil Company Becomes ‘Flag’ in South China Sea

Erickson, Andrew. 04/06/12 : Joan Johnson-Freese: Space Code Key to Protecting U.S. Space Interests

Erickson, Andrew. 04/06/12 : How Will New Submarine Sensors and Payloads Influence Naval Warfare in the 21st Century?

Erickson, Andrew. 04/06/12 : Information Dissemination Marks 5th Anniversary with “Virtual Conference: Celebrating Seapower Online”

Erickson, Andrew. 04/06/12 : Gabe Collins: 12 Things Missing from China Report

Erickson, Andrew. 25/05/12 : More Signs of an S-Curved Trajectory?

Erickson, Andrew. 24/05/12 : 5 Things the Pentagon Isn’t Telling Us About the Chinese Military

Erickson, Andrew. 23/05/12 : How Denmark Sees Asia

Erickson, Andrew. 23/05/12 : Military Deliveries Continue: Minesweepers

Erickson, Andrew. 18/05/12 : Press Briefing on 2012 DOD Report to Congress on “Military and Security Developments Involving the People’s Republic of China”

Erickson, Andrew. 18/05/12 : Department of Defense 2012 China Report Just Released

Erickson, Andrew. 15/05/12 : The Aegis BMD Global Enterprise: A ‘High End’ Maritime Partnership

Erickson, Andrew. 15/05/12 : China’s Aerospace Power Trajectory in the Near Seas

Erickson, Andrew. 15/05/12 : Chinese and Indian Strategic Behavior: Growing Power and Alarm

Erickson, Andrew. 14/05/12 : Closing the Tech Gap: China’s Spaceplane

Erickson, Andrew. 14/05/12 : Is China About to Get Its Military Jet Engine Program Off the Ground?

Erickson, Andrew. 13/05/12 : Kindle Editions of 3 CMSI Volumes Now Available; Others to Follow

Erickson, Andrew. 12/05/12 : China SignPost™ (洞察中国) #59--“China’s Rising Seaborne Food and Fuel Imports: Propelling Naval Expansion?”

Erickson, Andrew. 12/05/12 : China and the Politics of Oil – Analysis

Erickson, Andrew. 12/05/12 : China’s Divine Space Plane?

Erickson, Andrew. 06/05/12 : China: Icebreaking in the Arctic

Erickson, Andrew. 04/05/12 : China SignPost™ (洞察中国) #58--“Shenlong ‘Divine Dragon’ Takes Flight: Is China developing its first spaceplane?”

Erickson, Andrew. 01/05/12 : Dr. Phillip C. Saunders, Testimony before the U.S.-China Economic and Security Review Commission, “Hearing: Developments in China’s Cyber and Nuclear Capabilities”

Erickson, Andrew. 27/04/12 : China’s Evolving Space Capabilities: Implications for U.S. Interests

Erickson, Andrew. 27/04/12 : CMSI’s Development of “Chinese Aerospace Power: Evolving Maritime Roles” Explained in The Diplomat’s Author Spotlight

Erickson, Andrew. 26/04/12 : More Signs of an S-Curved Trajectory for China’s Economy?

Erickson, Andrew. 25/04/12 : How Effective Will China’s Carrier-Based Fighters Be?

Erickson, Andrew. 24/04/12 : The Future is Now

Erickson, Andrew. 24/04/12 : American Perceptions of China’s Anti-Access and Area-Denial Capabilities: Implications for U.S. Military Operations in the Western Pacific

Erickson, Andrew. 20/04/12 : Benefits of Joining the Law of the Sea Convention

Erickson, Andrew. 20/04/12 : Photo Essay: The U.S. Pivot and China Relations

Erickson, Andrew. 19/04/12 : “Addressing U.S.-China Strategic Distrust”--A Must-Read!

Erickson, Andrew. 19/04/12 : China’s 10 Killer Weapons: Comprehensive Strategy Targets U.S. Presence in Asia-Pacific

Erickson, Andrew. 19/04/12 : Chinese Naval Strategy in the South China Sea: An Abundance of Noise and Smoke, but Little Fire

Erickson, Andrew. 19/04/12 : The Maritime Strategy of the United States: Implications for Indo-Pacific Sea Lanes

Erickson, Andrew. 18/04/12 : China, Seeking a Voice in Arctic Affairs, Says it Has Swedish Support for Arctic Council Role

Erickson, Andrew. 18/04/12 : Monocle Magazine Quotes China SignPost™ (洞察中国) #52 on GDP Growth Indicators

Erickson, Andrew. 16/04/12 : World’s 1st Single-Ship Circumnavigation by Chinese Navy Training Vessel Commences

Erickson, Andrew. 12/04/12 : “U.S. ‘Pivot’ to the Pacific: U.S./China Relations” panel sponsored by Harvard Extension International Relations Club and The Diplomat, Harvard University, Friday 13 April 2012, 7-9 PM.

Erickson, Andrew. 12/04/12 : Alexandre Sheldon-Duplaix Reviews Chinese Aerospace Power in Marine Technology

Erickson, Andrew. 05/04/12 : Indigenous Weapons Development in China’s Military Modernization

Erickson, Andrew. 02/04/12 : China’s Navy on the Horizon

Erickson, Andrew. 01/04/12 : China’s Navigation in Space: What New Approaches will China’s Space Tracking Take?

Erickson, Andrew. 29/03/12 : Latest Congressional Research Service (CRS) Report Just Released—Ronald O’Rourke, “China Naval Modernization: Implications for U.S. Navy Capabilities—Background and Issues for Congress”

Erickson, Andrew. 28/03/12 : China SignPost™ (洞察中国) #57--“Tilling Foreign Soil: New Farmland Ownership Laws Force Chinese Agriculture Investors to Shift Strategies in Argentina and Brazil”

Erickson, Andrew. 28/03/12 : Troubled Waters: the Implications of China’s First Aircraft Carrier

Erickson, Andrew. 28/03/12 : China’s Anti Access Future is Here

Erickson, Andrew. 23/03/12 : The People’s Liberation Army’s Selective Learning: Lessons of the Iran-Iraq ‘War of the Cities’ Missile Duels and Uses of Missiles in Other Conflicts

Erickson, Andrew. 23/03/12 : Sinica Rules the Waves? The People’s Liberation Army Navy’s Power Projection and Anti-Access/Area Denial Lessons from the Falklands/Malvinas Conflict

Erickson, Andrew. 23/03/12 : Asia Connect Reprints China SignPost™ (洞察中国) #45 “Tango for Trade, Samba for Sales: Strategic Implications of China’s Growing Investment and Commercial Ties in Latin America”

Erickson, Andrew. 21/03/12 : Robert Farley and Andrew Erickson Discuss “Chinese Aerospace Power” on

Erickson, Andrew. 21/03/12 : China Quarterly Reviews “China, the United States, and 21st Century Sea Power: Defining a Maritime Security Partnership” (CMSI Vol. 4)

Erickson, Andrew. 14/03/12 : China SignPost™ (洞察中国) #56--China’s Economic Environment: Implications for Military Development

Erickson, Andrew. 14/03/12 : Sunday Book Review: Chinese Aerospace Power

Erickson, Andrew. 13/03/12 : The European Union and the Modernisation of the People’s Liberation Army Navy: The Limits of Europe’s Strategic Irrelevance

Erickson, Andrew. 13/03/12 : Big Sticks: China’s and America’s Global Strike Weapons

Erickson, Andrew. 06/03/12 : China SignPost™ (洞察中国) #55--Near Seas “Anti-Navy” Capabilities, not Nascent Blue Water Fleet, Constitute China’s Core Challenge to U.S. and Regional Militaries

Erickson, Andrew. 04/03/12 : China’s Defense Spending Dilemma

Erickson, Andrew. 04/03/12 : China's Defense Spending to Rise 11.2% to 670.2 billion RMB (US$106.4 billion) in 2012

Erickson, Andrew. 03/03/12 : 5th Annual Tufts China-US Symposium (塔夫兹大学中美关系年会), 9-10 March

Erickson, Andrew. 02/03/12 : Benefits for China in New East African Resource Rush

Erickson, Andrew. 28/02/12 : China’s Military Modernizes, Declares Regional Strength—Robust Investments in Hardware, Technology, and Modern Operational Concepts Yield Benefits

Erickson, Andrew. 21/02/12 : Enter China’s Security Firms

Erickson, Andrew. 10/02/12 : China’s New Challenge: Protecting Its Citizens Abroad

Erickson, Andrew. 09/02/12 : China SignPost™ (洞察中国) #54--Supersize Me: Rising Fast Food Sales Suggest China Will Keep Driving a Global Farm Commodity Boom

Erickson, Andrew. 08/02/12 : Taking Mines Seriously: Mine Warfare in China’s Near Seas

Erickson, Andrew. 07/02/12 : China SignPost™ (洞察中国) #53--Cornering Commodities Markets: For China, Xstrata/Glencore deal would have larger impact than Facebook IPO

Erickson, Andrew. 07/02/12 : Captain Gordon A. Andrew, RAN, Reviews “Chinese Aerospace Power” in Australian Defence Force Journal

Erickson, Andrew. 02/02/12 : Chinese Aerospace Power Listed in Survival

Erickson, Andrew. 30/01/12 : Chinese Aerospace Power Highlighted in Special Selections

Erickson, Andrew. 30/01/12 : Hu Jintao: A Man With A PLAN?

Erickson, Andrew. 29/01/12 : Steve LeVine Highlights China Real Time Report Post on Iran Oil Embargo on His Foreign Policy Blog

Erickson, Andrew. 29/01/12 : China: Digger Sales in the Ditch

Erickson, Andrew. 26/01/12 : Chinese Traders Poised to Profit From Iran Oil Embargo

Erickson, Andrew. 26/01/12 : Domestic Politics will Buffet US-China Relations in 2012

Erickson, Andrew. 23/01/12 : Year of The Water Dragon: 12 Chinese Maritime Developments to Look for in 2012

Erickson, Andrew. 18/01/12 : China’s New Strategic Target: Arctic Minerals

Erickson, Andrew. 17/01/12 : The U.S. Security Outlook in the Asia-Pacific Region

Erickson, Andrew. 17/01/12 : China SignPost #52--Digging In: Earthmover Sales Reflect Risks to China’s Economic Growth

Erickson, Andrew. 13/01/12 : Important Article Posted on PRC Ministry of National Defense Website: “PLA should foster offensive defense thinking in developing long-range strike weapons”

Erickson, Andrew. 12/01/12 : Dr. M. Taylor Fravel, MIT, Establishes New China Research Blog

Erickson, Andrew. 11/01/12 : DF-21D ASBM Deployed, but China Daily Probably Incorrect in Claiming “2,700km Range”; Gen. Chen Bingde Never Said That

Erickson, Andrew. 09/01/12 : China’s 2012 Challenges

Erickson, Andrew. 05/01/12 : Paradox of Power: Sino-American Strategic Restraint in an Age of Vulnerability

Erickson, Andrew. 04/01/12 : Buy, Build, or Steal: China’s Quest for Advanced Military Aviation Technologies

Erickson, Andrew. 04/01/12 : Third Summer Training Workshop on the Relationship Between National Security and Technology in China, 9-20 July 2012--Now Accepting Applications

Erickson, Andrew. 04/01/12 : China’s Century? Why America’s Edge Will Endure

Erickson, Andrew. 02/01/12 : Ronald O’Rourke, Congressional Research Service: “China Naval Modernization: Implications for U.S. Navy Capabilities—Background and Issues for Congress”

Erickson, Andrew. 02/01/12 : Tom Barnett Showcases “China’s S-Curve Trajectory”

Erickson, Andrew. 02/01/12 : China SignPost™ (洞察中国) #51: China’s Growing Meat Consumption is Driving Corn Imports and Creating a New Strategic Dependency

Erickson, Andrew. “China Sets Sail,” with Lyle Goldstein and Carnes Lord, The American Interest,Vol. 5, No. 5 (May/June, Summer 2010), pp. 27-34.
Erickson, Andrew. “Chinese Defense Expenditures: Implications for Naval Modernization,” Jamestown China Brief, Vol. 10, No. 8 (April 16, 2010).
Erickson, Andrew. “Eyes in the Sky,” U.S. Naval Institute Proceedings, Vol. 136, No. 4 (April 2010), pp. 36-41.
Erickson, Andrew. “China’s Oil Security Pipe Dream: The Reality, and Strategic Consequences, of Seaborne Imports,” Naval War College Review, Vol. 63, No. 2 (Spring 2010), pp. 88-111.
Erickson, Andrew. “Take China’s ASBM Potential Seriously,” U.S. Naval Institute Proceedings, Vol. 136, No. 2 (February 2010), p. 8.
Erickson, Andrew. “Ballistic Trajectory—China Develops New Anti-Ship Missile,” Jane’s Intelligence Review, China Watch, Vol. 22 (February 2010).
Erickson, Andrew. “Changing Beijing’s Approach to Overseas Basing?” with Michael Chase, Jamestown China Brief, Vol. 9, No. 19 (September 24, 2009),
Erickson, Andrew. "Chinese Mine Warfare: A PLA Navy ‘Assassin’s Mace’ Capability," with Lyle Goldstein and William Murray, Naval War College China Maritime Study 3 (June 2009).
Erickson, Andrew. “Using the Land to Control the Sea? Chinese Analysts Consider the Anti-Ship Ballistic Missile,” with David Yang, Naval War College Review, Vol. 62, No. 4 (Autumn 2009), pp. 53-86.
Erickson, Andrew. “U.S.-China Security Relations,” with Wei He, in Task Force Report—U.S.-China Relations: A Roadmap for the Future, Center for Strategic and International Studies Pacific Forum Issues & Insights, Vol. 9, No. 16 (August 20, 2009), pp. 7-12, Chinese version.
Erickson, Andrew. “Pipe Dream—China Seeks Land and Sea Energy Security,” Jane’s Intelligence Review, China Watch, Vol. 21, No. 8 (August 2009), pp. 54-55.
Erickson, Andrew. “Chinese ASBM Development: Knowns and Unknowns,” Jamestown China Brief, Vol. 9, No. 13 (June 24, 2009), pp. 4-8.
Erickson, Andrew. “China’s SSBN Force: Transitioning to the Next Generation,” with Michael Chase, Jamestown China Brief, Vol. 9, No. 12 (June 12, 2009), .
Erickson, Andrew. “An Undersea Deterrent? China’s Emerging SSBN Force,” with Michael Chase, U.S. Naval Institute Proceedings, Vol. 135, No. 4 (June 2009), pp. 36-41.
Erickson, Andrew. “On the Verge of a Game-Changer,” with David Yang, U.S. Naval Institute Proceedings, Vol. 135, No. 5 (May 2009), pp. 26-32.
Erickson, Andrew. “Gunboats for China’s New ‘Grand Canals’? Probing the Intersection of Beijing’s Naval and Energy Security Policies,” with Lyle Goldstein, Naval War College Review, Vol. 62, No. 2 (Spring 2009), pp. 43-76 .
Erickson, Andrew. “International Rescue—China Looks After its Interests Abroad,” Jane’s Intelligence Review, China Watch, Vol. 21, No. 4 (April 2009), pp. 50-52 .
Erickson, Andrew. “The Future of Chinese Deterrence Strategy,” with Michael Chase and Christopher Yeaw, Jamestown China Brief, Vol. 9, No. 5 (March 4, 2009), pp. 6-9.
Erickson, Andrew. “Welcome China to the Fight Against Pirates,” with Justin Mikolay,U.S. Naval Institute Proceedings, Vol. 135, No. 3 (March 2009), pp. 34-41.
Erickson, Andrew. “Chinese Theater and Strategic Missile Force Modernization and its Implications for the United States,” with Michael Chase and Christopher Yeaw, Journal of Strategic Studies, Vol. 32, No. 1 (February 2009), pp. 67-114.
Erickson, Andrew. “The Growth of China’s Navy: Implications for Indian Ocean Security,”Strategic Analysis, Vol. 32, No. 4 (July 2008), pp. 655-76.
Erickson, Andrew. “Information Technology and China’s Naval Modernization,” with Michael Chase, Joint Force Quarterly Issue 50, No. 3 (2008), pp. 24-30.
Erickson, Andrew. “National Security Challenges and Competition: Defense and Space R&D in the Chinese Strategic Context,” with Kathleen Walsh, Technology in Society: An International Journal, Special Issue “Science and technology in China, India, and the United States: Assessments and Comparisons,” Vol. 30, No. 3-4 (August-November 2008), pp. 349-61.
Erickson, Andrew. “PLA Navy Modernization: Preparing for ‘Informatized’ War at Sea,” with Michael Chase, Jamestown China Brief, Vol. 8, No. 5 (February 29, 2008), pp. 2-5.
Erickson, Andrew. “Chinese Evaluations of the U.S. Navy Submarine Force,” with Gabriel Collins, Lyle Goldstein, and William Murray, Naval War College Review, Vol. 61, No. 1 (Winter 2008), pp. 68-86.
Erickson, Andrew. “New U.S. Maritime Strategy: Initial Chinese Responses,” China Security, Vol. 3, No. 4 (Autumn 2007), pp. 40-61.
Erickson, Andrew. “Beijing’s Energy Security Strategy: The Significance of a Chinese State-Owned Tanker Fleet,” with Gabriel Collins, Orbis, Vol. 51, No. 4 (Fall 2007), pp. 665-84.
Erickson, Andrew. “China’s Maritime Evolution: Military and Commercial Factors,” with Gabriel Collins, Pacific Focus, Vol. 22, No. 2 (Fall 2007), pp. 47-75.
Erickson, Andrew. “Tanking Up: The Commercial and Strategic Significance of China’s Growing Tanker Fleet,” with Gabriel Collins, Geopolitics of Energy, Vol. 29, No. 8 (August 2007), pp. 2-11.
Erickson, Andrew. “China’s ‘Undersea Sentries’: Sea Mines Constitute Lead Element of PLA Navy’s ASW,” with Lyle Goldstein and William Murray, Undersea Warfare, Vol. 9 (Winter 2007), pp. 10-15.
Erickson, Andrew. "China's Future Nuclear Submarine Force: Insights from Chinese Writings," with Lyle Goldstein, Naval War College Review, Vol. 60, No. 1 (Winter 2007), pp. 54-79.
Erickson, Andrew. "Combating a Truly Collective Threat: Sino-American Military Cooperation Against Avian Influenza,"  Global Health Governance: The Scholarly Journal for the New Health Security Paradigm , Vol. 1, Issue 1 (January 2007) .
Erickson, Andrew. “Hoping for the Best, Preparing for the Worst: China’s Response to U.S. Hegemony,” with Lyle Goldstein, Journal of Strategic Studies, Vol. 29, No. 6 (December 2006), pp. 955-86.
Erickson, Andrew. “China’s Aircraft Carrier Dilemma,” with Andrew Wilson, Naval War College Review, Vol. 59, No. 4 (Autumn 2006), pp. 13-45.
Erickson, Andrew. “Combating a Collective Threat: Protecting U.S. Forces and the Asia-Pacific from Pandemic Flu,” An Avian Flu Pandemic: What Will It Mean, And What Can We Do? (Seattle: National Bureau of Asian Research, June 2006), pp. 11-20.
Erickson, Andrew. “A Geotechnological Balancer: The Emerging China-EU Space Partnership,” with Joan Johnson-Freese, Space Policy: An International Journal, Vol. 22, No. 1 (Spring 2006), pp. 12-22.
Erickson, Andrew. “‘Gate Crashing’: China’s Submarine Force Tests New Waters,” with Lyle Goldstein and William Murray, Chinese Military Update, Vol. 2, No. 7 (April 2005), pp. 1-4.
Erickson, Andrew. “Anchoring America’s Asian Assets: Why Washington Must Strengthen Guam,” with Justin Mikolay, Comparative Strategy, Vol. 24, No. 2 (April-June 2005), pp. 153-71. 
Fravel, M. Taylor. The PLA and National Security Decisionmaking: Insights from China’s Territorial and Maritime Disputes,” in Philip Saunders and Andrew Scobell, eds., The PLA’s Role in National Security Policy-Making (Palo Alto: Stanford University Press 2015, forthcoming).

Fravel, M. Taylor. Projecting Strategy: The Myth of Chinese Counter-Intervention,” The Washington Quarterly Vol. 37, No. 4 (Winter 2015) (with Christopher P. Twomey)

Fravel, M. Taylor. Things Fall Apart: Maritime Disputes and China’s Regional Diplomacy,” in Jacques deLisle and Avery Goldstein, eds., China’s Challenges: The Road Ahead (Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2015)

Fravel, M. Taylor. Territorial and Maritime Boundary Disputes in Asia,” in Saadia Pekkanen, Rosemary Foot, and John Ravenhill, The Oxford Handbook of the International Relations of Asia (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2014)

Fravel, M. Taylor. The Challenge of Maritime Disputes,” in China Association for Military Science, ed., Asia-Pacific Security: New Issues and New Ideas (Beijing: Junshi kexue chubanshe, 2014)

Fravel, M. Taylor. Growing Competition in the South China Sea,” in Michael McDevitt, ed., The Long Littoral Project: South China Sea (Washington, DC: Center for Naval Analysis, March 2013)

Fravel, M. Taylor. Maritime Security in the South China Sea and the Competition over Maritime Rights,” in Patrick Cronin and William Rogers, eds., Cooperation from Strength: The United States, China and the South China Sea (Center for New American Security: Washington, DC, 2012)

Fravel, M. Taylor. China’s Strategy in the South China Sea,” Contemporary Southeast Asia, Vol. 33, No. 3 (December 2011)

Fravel, M. Taylor. Economic Growth, Regime Insecurity, and Military Strategy: Explaining the Rise of Non-Combat Operations in China,” Asian Security, Vol. 7, No. 2 (Fall 2011)

Fravel, M. Taylor. Beyond the Moat: The PLAN’s Evolving Interests and Potential Influence,” in Phillip Saunders et al., eds., The Chinese Navy: Expanding Capabilities, Evolving Roles (National Defense University Press, 2011) (with Alex Liebman)

Fravel, M. Taylor. China Views India’s Rise: Deepening Cooperation, Managing Differences,” in Ashley Tellis, Travis Tanner, and Jessica Keough ed., Strategic Asia 2011–12: Asia Responds to Its Rising Powers—China and India (Seattle: National Bureau of Asian Research, 2011) [email me for an off-print]

Fravel, Taylor. “China’s Assertive Behavior – Part Two: The Maritime Periphery,” China Leadership Monitor, No. 35 (Summer 2011) (with Michael D. Swaine).

Fravel, Taylor. “China’s New Diplomacy.” (with Evan S. Medeiros) Foreign Affairs, Vol. 82, No. 6 (November/December 2003): 22-35.

Fravel, Taylor. “China’s Search for Assured Retaliation: Explaining the Evolution of China’s Nuclear Strategy,” International Security, Vol. 35, No 2 (Fall 2010) (with Evan S. Medeiros)
Fravel, Taylor. "China's Search for Miliary Power." The Washington Quarterly, Vol. 33, No. 3 (Summer 2008).
Fravel, M. Taylor. “China’s Strategy in the South China Sea,” Contemporary Southeast Asia, Vol. 33, No. 3 (December 2011)
Fravel, Taylor. “International Relations Theory and China’s Rise: Assessing China’s Potential for Territorial Expansion,” International Studies Review, Vol. 12, No. 4 (December 2010)
Fravel, Taylor. "The Limits of Diversion: Rethinking Internal and External Conflict,"Security Studies, Vol. 19, No. 2 (May 2010), pp. 307-341
Fravel, Taylor. "Living with Vulnerability: Explaining the Evolution of China’s Nuclear Strategy," International Security, forthcoming 2010 (with Evan S. Medeiros)
Fravel, Taylor. “Online and On China: Research Sources in the Information Age.” The China Quarterly, No. 163 (September 2000): 821-842.
Fravel, Taylor. "Power Shifts and Escalation: Explaining China's Use of Force in Territorial Disputes." International Security, Vol. 32, No. 3 (Winter 2007/08): 44-83.
Fravel, Taylor. “Regime Insecurity and International Cooperation: Explaining China’s Compromises in Territorial Disputes.” International Security, Vol. 30, No. 2 (Fall 2005): 46-83.
Fravel, Taylor. "Securing Borders: China's Doctrine and Force Structure for Frontier Defense." Journal of Strategic Studies, Vol 30, No. 4-5 (August 2007).
Fravel, Taylor. "Zhongguo junshi jueqi chutan [A Preliminary Analysis of China’s Military Rise]," Zhongguo Guoji Zhanlue Pinglun, No. 2, 2009, pp. 292-311
Hall, Todd H. and Ja Ian Chong, "The Lessons of 1914 for East Asia Today: Missing the Trees for the Forest," International Security, Vol. 39, No. 1 (Summer 2014), pp. 7–43, doi:10.1162/ISEC_a_00165

Hall, Todd H. "Sympathetic States:  Explaining the Russian and Chinese Responses to September 11,Political Science Quarterly, Fall 2012, 369-400.

Hall, Todd H. "The Personal Touch: Leaders’ Impressions and Sincerity Judgments," (co-authored with Keren Yarhi-Milo at Princeton University), International Studies Quarterly, 3(56), 560-573.

Hall, Todd H. "We Will Not Swallow This Bitter Fruit: Theorizing a Diplomacy of Anger,Security Studies, 20(4): 521-555.

Hall, Todd H. "An Unclear Attraction: A Critical Examination of Soft Power as an Analytical Category,The Chinese Journal of International Politics, 2010 3(2):189-211.

Hall, Todd H. "反复性紧张局势的后果研究", [Researching the Consequences of Repeated Tensions], (co-authored with Ja Ian Chong of National University of Singapore),  世界经济与政治 [World Economics and Politics, Beijing China], 2014(9): 50-74.

Hall, Todd H. "情感转向:情感的类型及其国际关系影响," [The Affective Turn: Varieties of Affect and Their Influence on International Relations], (co-authored with Andrew Ross of Ohio University), 外交评论 [Foreign Affairs Review, Beijing China], 2011, 4: 40-56.

Han, Donglin and David Zweig. "Images of the World: Studying Abroad and Chinese Attitudes towards International Affairs," The China Quarterly 202 (June, 2010).
Han, Donglin, David Zweig, and Chung Siu-Fung. "Redefining the 'Brain Drain': China's Diaspora Option," Science, Technology and Society 13:1 (January-June 2008): 1-33.
Han, Donglin. "Why China's Agriculture Survived WTO Accession?Asian Survey 45:6 (November-December 2005): 931-48.

Han, Enze (2014) 'Hong Kong Democracy Protesters Care about Their Own Future, Not the Mainland’s.'The Conversation .

Han, Enze (2014) 'Domestic and International Sources of Uyghurs’ Conflict with the Chinese State.' E-International Relations .

Han, Enze (2014) 'China’s Uighur Muslims are trapped in a cycle of violence.' The Conversation .

Han, Enze (2014) 'Reflections on a Post-Coup Thailand.' The Diplomat .

Han, Enze and Paik, Christopher (2014) 'Dynamics of Political Resistance in Tibet: Religious Repression and Controversies of Demographic Change.' The China Quarterly, 217 . pp. 69-98.

Han, Enze and O'Mahoney, Joseph and Paik, Christopher (2014) 'External Kin, Economic Disparity, and Minority Ethnic Group Mobilization.' Conflict Management and Peace Science, 31 (1). pp. 49-69.

Han, Enze and Mylonas, Harris (2014) 'Interstate Relations, Perceptions, and Power Balance: Explaining China’s Policies toward Ethnic Groups, 1949-1965.' Security Studies, 23 (1). pp. 148-181.

Han, Enze and O'Mahoney, Joseph (2014) 'British Colonialism and the Criminalization of Homosexuality.'Cambridge Review of International Affairs, 27 (2). pp. 268-288.

Han, Enze (2013) 'External Cultural Ties and the Politics of Language in China.' Ethnopolitics, 12 (1). pp. 30-49.

Han, Enze (2013) 'Transnational Ties, HIV/AIDS Prevention and State-Minority Relations in Sipsongpanna, Southwest China.' Journal of Contemporary China, 22 (82). pp. 594-611.

Han, Enze (2013) 'The Changing Dynamic of China's Foreign Policy Towards Its Neighboring Countries.'Dialogue (6). pp. 55-56.

Han, Enze.  "From Domestic to International: The Politics of Ethnic Identity in Xinjiang and Inner Mongolia," Nationalities Papers, Vol. 39, No 6, November 2011, 941-962.

Han, Enze. “The Dog That Hasn’t Barked: Assimilation and Resistance in Inner Mongolia, China,” Asian Ethnicity 12, no. 1 (2011): 55-75.

Han, Enze. "Boundaries, Discrimination, and Inter-Ethnic Conflict in Xinjiang, China,"International Journal of Conflict and Violence 4, no. 2 (2010): 172-184.

He, Kai and Feng, H. (2015). America in the Eyes of America Watchers:: Survey Research in Beijing in 2012. Journal of Contemporary China24(91), 83-100.  10.1080/10670564.2014.918404

He, K. (2015). Contested Regional Orders and Institutional Balancing in the Asia Pacific.International Politics52(2), 208-222. 10.1057/ip.2014.46

He, Kai. A Strategic Functional Theory of Institutions and Rethinking Asian Regionalism: When Do Institutions Matter?. Asian SurveyVol. 54, No. 6, 2014, p. 1184-1208.

He, Kai and Feng, Huiyun. China’s Bargaining Strategies after the Cold War : Successes and Challenges. Asian SecurityVol. 10, No. 2, 2014, p. 168-187.

He, Kai.  Facing the Challenges : ASEAN’s Institutional Responses to China’s Rise. Issues & Studies, Vol. 50, No. 3, 2014, p. 137-168.

He, Kai.  Prospect Theory and China’s Crisis Behaviour under Hu Jintao. Singapore : S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies, 2014.

He, Kai.  Transcending Rationalism and Constructivism: Chinese Leaders’ Operational Codes, Socialization Processes, and Multilateralism after the Cold War. European Political Science Review, 11.2014.

He, Kai. 2013. “Hazard Rate Determinants of Efficient and Successful Crisis Management: An Event History Analysis of Foreign Policy Crises, 1918-2007.” Cooperation and Conflict 48 (1): 51-79.

He, Kai. Xi Jinping's Operational Code Beliefs and China's Foreign Policy. Chinese Journal of International Politics, Vol. 6, No. 3, 01.2013, p. 209-231.

He, Kai. “A Realist’s Ideal Pursuit.” The Chinese Journal of International Politics, Vol. 5, No.2 (2012): 183-197.

He, Kai and Feng, Huiyun. Debating China's assertiveness: Taking China's power and interests seriously. International Politics, Vol. 49, No. 5, 09.2012, p. 633-644.

He, Kai. “Undermining Adversaries: Unipolarity, Threat Perception, and Negative Balancing Strategies after the Cold War,” Security Studies, Vol. 21, No. 2 (2012): 154-191.

He, Kai, and Huiyun Feng, “ ‘Why is There No NATO in Asia’ Revisited: Prospect Theory, Balance of Threat, and U.S. Alliance Strategies”, European Journal of International Relations, May 29, 2012.

He, Kai. “Dynamic Balancing: China’s Balancing Strategies towards the United States, 1949-2005.” Journal of Contemporary China, Vol. 18, No. 58 (2009): 113-136.

He, Kai. “The Hegemon’s Choice between Power and Security: Explaining U.S. Policy toward Asia after the Cold War.” Review of International Studies (UK), Vol. 36, No. 4 (2010):1121-1143.

He, Kai, and Huiyun Feng. “If Not Soft Balancing, Then What? Reconsidering Soft Balancing and U.S. Policy towards China.” Security Studies, Vol. 17, No.2 (2008): 363-395.

He, Kai. “Institutional Balancing and International Relations Theory: Economic Interdependence and Balance of Power Strategies in Southeast Asia.” European Journal of International Relations, Vol. 14, No.3 (2008): 489-518. -Reprinted in The International Relations of the Asia-Pacific edited by Shaun Breslin and Richard Higgott (SAGE Publications Ltd, 2010), pp. 489-518.

He, Kai. “Indonesia’s Foreign Policy After Suharto—International Pressure, Democratization, and Policy Change.” International Relations of the Asia-Pacific, Vol. 8, No.1 (2008): 47-72.

He, Kai, and Huiyun Feng. “A Path to Democracy: In Search of China’s Democratization Model.” Asian Perspective, Vol. 32, No. 3 (2008): 139-169.

He, Kai. “Does ASEAN Matter? International Relations Theories, Institutional Realism, and ASEAN.” Asian Security, Vol. 2, No. 3 (2006) 189-214.

He, Yinan, "Identity Politics and Foreign Policy: Taiwan’s Relations with China and Japan, 1895-2012," Political Science Quarterly (2014).

He, Yinan, “Forty Years in Paradox: Post-normalisation Sino-Japanese Relations," China Perspectives No. 2013/4: 7-16.

He, Yinan. “Comparing Postwar (West) German-Polish and Sino-Japanese Reconciliation: A Bridge Too Far?” Europe-Asia Studies 63, No. 7 ( September 2011): 1157-1194.

He,Yinan. “Competing Narratives, Identity Politics, and Cross-Strait Reconciliation,”Asian Perspective 34.4 (2010): 45-83.

He,Yinan. "Ripe for Cooperation or Rivalry? Commerce, Realpolitik, and War Memory in Contemporary Sino-Japanese Relations." Asian Security (2008)

He, Yinan. “History, Chinese Nationalism and the Emerging Sino-Japanese Conflict.Journal of Contemporary China, Vol. 16, No. 50 (February 2007): 1-24.

He, Yinan. "Remembering and Forgetting the War: Elite Mythmaking, Mass Reaction, and Sino-Japanese Relations, 1950-2006." History and Memory, Vol. 19, No. 2 (Fall 2007): 43-74.

He, Yinan. “Ripe for Cooperation or Rivalry? Commerce, Realpolitik, and War Memory in Contemporary Sino-Japanese Relations.” Asian Security, Vol. 4, No. 2 (2008): 162-197.

Kastner, Scott. “Ambiguity, Economic Interdependence, and the US Strategic Dilemma in the Taiwan Strait.” Journal of Contemporary China 15, No. 49 (November 2006): 651-669.

Kastner, Scott L., and Phillip C. Saunders, “Bridge over Troubled Water? Envisioning a China-Taiwan Peace Agreement.” International Security 33, no. 1 (Spring 2009): 87-114.

Kastner, Scott. “Does Economic Integration across the Taiwan Strait Make Military Conflict Less Likely?” Journal of East Asian Studies 6, No. 3 (Fall 2006): 319-346. 

Kastner, Scott L. “Does Economic Integration Augur Peace in East Asia?” Current History, Vol 110, Issue 737 (September 2011). 

Kastner, Scott. “International Regimes, Domestic Veto-Players, and Capital Controls Policy Stability.” (with Chad Rector) International Studies Quarterly 47 (2003): 1-22.

Kastner, Scott L., and Phillip C. Saunders, “Is China a Status Quo or Revisionist State? Leadership Travel as an Empirical Indicator of Foreign Policy Priorities.” International Studies Quarterly, Vol 56, Issue 1 (March 2012), 163-177.

Kastner, Scott. “Legislative Foundations of US-Taiwan Relations: A New Look at the Congressional Taiwan Caucus.” (with Douglas Grob) Foreign Policy Analysis(forthcoming, 2009).

Kastner, Scott. “National Unification and Mistrust: Bargaining Power and the Prospects for a PRC/Taiwan Agreement.” (with Chad Rector) Security Studies 17, No. 1 (January 2008): 39-71.

Kastner, Scott. “Partisanship and the Path to Financial Openness.” (with Chad Rector)Comparative Political Studies 38 (June 2005): 484-506.

Kastner, Scott. “Sleeping with the (Potential) Enemy: Assessing the U.S. Policy of Engagement with China.” (with Paul Papayoanou) Security Studies 9 (1999/2000): 157-187.

Kastner, Scott. “Strategic Uses of Economic Interdependence: Engagement Policies on the Korean Peninsula and across the Taiwan Strait.” (with Miles Kahler) Journal of Peace Research 43, No. 5 (September 2006): 523-541.

Kastner, Scott. “When Do Conflicting Political Relations Affect International Trade?Journal of Conflict Resolution 51, No. 4 (August 2007): 664-688.

Kaufman, Alison. "Xi Jinping as Historian: Marxist, Chinese, Nationalist, Global". The Asan Forum. Published October 15, 2015.

Kaufman, Alison Adcock, “In Pursuit of Equality and Respect: China’s Diplomacy and the League of Nations.” Modern China. Prepublished Sept. 15, 2013, DOI: 0.1177/0097700413502616.

Kaufman, Alison, "The 'Century of Humiliation,' Then and Now: Chinese Perceptions of the International Order". Pacific Focus. Published April 2010.

Kennedy, Andrew. China and the Free Rider Problem: Exploring the Case of Energy Security,” Political Science Quarterly Vol. 130, No. 1 (Spring 2015): 27-50.

Kennedy, Andrew. Powerhouses or Pretenders? Debating China and India’s Emergence as Technological Powers,” The Pacific Review Vol. 28, No. 2 (2015): 281-302.

Kennedy, Andrew. “China’s Search for Oil Security: A Critique,” in David Steven, Emily O’Brien, and Bruce Jones (eds.), The New Politics of Strategic Resources: Energy and Food Security Challenges in the 21st Century (Washington: Brookings Institution Press, 2014), pp. 23-39.

Kennedy, Andrew. China’s Search for Renewable Energy: Pragmatic Techno-nationalism,” Asian Survey Vol. 53, No. 5 (September/October 2013): 909-930.

Kennedy, Andrew. “India’s Nuclear Odyssey: Implicit Umbrellas, Diplomatic Disappointments, and the Bomb,” International Security Vol. 36, No. 2 (Fall 2011).

Kennedy, Andrew. “China's New Energy Security Debate,” Survival: Global Politics and Strategy, Vol. 52, No. 3 (June-July 2010), 137-158.

Kennedy, Andrew. “Can the Weak Defeat the Strong? Mao’s Evolving Approach to Asymmetric Conflict in Yan’an.” The China Quarterly, No. 196 (December 2008): 1-16.

Kennedy, Andrew. “China’s Perceptions of US Intentions toward Taiwan: How Hostile a Hegemon?” Asian Survey vol. 47, No. 2 (March/April 2007): 268-87.

Kennedy, Andrew, Jorge Dominguez et al., "China’s Relations with Latin America: Shared Gains, Asymmetric Hopes," Working Paper, Inter-American Dialogue, June 2006.

Kennedy, Andrew. “Curbing Chinese Missile Sales: From Imposing to Negotiating China's Compliance with the MTCR,” The Journal of Northeast Asian Studies, Vol. 15, No. 1 (Spring 1996): 57-66.

Kuik Cheng-Chwee (2015). “Introduction: Decomposing and Assessing South Korea’s Hedging Options”, in “Special Forum: South Korea’s Foreign Policy Options”, The Asan Forum: An Online Journal, Vol. 3, No. 3 (May-June).

Kuik Cheng-Chwee (2015). “An Emerging 3rd Pillar in Asian Architecture? AIIB and Other China-led Initiatives”, Asia-Pacific Bulletin, Number 305, March 26 (Washington, DC: East-West Center).

Kuik Cheng-Chwee (2015). “Malaysia-China Relations: Three Enduring Themes”, in Meredith Weiss, ed., Routledge Handbook of Contemporary Malaysia (London & New York: Routledge), pp. 417-427.

Kuik Cheng-Chwee (2014). 《中国参与东盟主导的机制:东南亚的视角》[China’s Participation in the ASEAN-led Institutions after the U.S. Rebalancing], in Men Honghua and Pu Xiaoyu, eds., 全球精英眼中的中国战略走向 [China’s Strategic Directions in the Eyes of Global Elites] (Beijing: Renmin Publisher).

Kuik, Cheng-Chwee.  "美国战略再平衡后中国在东盟主导机制的参与:一个东南亚的视角." 中国战略报告. 2014.

Kuik Cheng-Chwee (2014). “Malaysia-China Relations after MH370: Policy Change or Business as Usual?” The Asan Forum: An Online Journal, October 15.

Kuik Cheng-Chwee (2013). “Making Sense of Malaysia’s China Policy: Asymmetry, Proximity, and Elite’s Domestic Authority,” Chinese Journal of International Politics (Oxford University Press), Vol. 6, pp. 429-467.

Kuik Cheng-Chwee (2013). “Malaysia’s U.S. Policy under Najib: Structural and Domestic Sources of a Small State’s Strategy,” Asian Security, Vol. 9, No. 3, pp. 143-164.

Kuik Cheng-Chwee (2012). “Malaysia’s China Policy in the Post-Mahathir Era: A Neoclassical Realist Explanation,” RSIS Working Paper No. 244(Rajaratnam School of International Studies).

Kuik Cheng-Chwee, Nor Azizan Idris and Abd Rahim Md Nor (2012). “The China Factor in the U.S. ‘Reengagement’ with Southeast Asia: Drivers and Limits of Converged Hedging,” Asian Politics and Policy, Vol. 4, No. 3 (July), pp. 315-344.

Kuik Cheng-Chwee (2011). “Book Review: Ian Storey’s Southeast Asia and the Rise of China: The Search for Security,” International Journal of China Studies, Vol. 2, No. 3 (December), pp. 701-705

Kuik Cheng-Chwee (2011). “China’s Evolving Strategic Profile in East Asia: A Southeast Asian Perspective,” in China and East Asian Strategic Dynamics: The Shaping of a New Regional Order, edited by Mingjiang Li and Dongmin Lee (Lantham: Lexington-Rowman & Littlefield), pp. 127-149.

Kuik, Cheng-Chwee. "Smaller States’ Alignment Choices: A Comparative Study of Malaysia and Singapore’s Hedging Behavior in the Face of a Rising China". Johns Hopkins University. 2010

Kuik Cheng-Chwee (2010). "Analyzing Malaysia’s Changing Alignment Choice, 1971-89,” Jebat: Malaysian Journal of History, Politics and Strategic Studies, Vol. 37, pp. 41-74.

Kuik Cheng-Chwee (2009). “Shooting Rapids in a Canoe: Singapore and Great Powers,” in Impressions of the Goh Chok Tong Years in Singapore, edited by Bridget Welsh, James Chin, Arun Mahizhnan, and Tan Tarn How (Singapore: National University of Singapore Press), pp. 156-167.

Kuik Cheng-Chwee (2008). “The Essence of Hedging: Malaysia and Singapore’s Response to a Rising China,” Contemporary Southeast Asia, Vol. 30, No. 2 (August), pp. 159-185.

Kuik Cheng-Chwee (2008). “China’s Evolving Multilateralism in Asia: The Aussenpolitik and Innenpolitik Explanations,” in East Asian Multilateralism, edited by Kent E. Calder and Francis Fukuyama (Baltimore, MD: The Johns Hopkins University Press), pp. 109-142.

Kuik Cheng-Chwee (2005). “Multilateralism in China’s ASEAN Policy: Its Evolution, Characteristics, and Aspiration,” Contemporary Southeast Asia, Vol. 27, No. 1 (April), pp. 102-122.

Kuik Cheng-Chwee and Bridget Welsh (2005). “Brunei: Multifaceted Survival Strategies of a Small State,” in Asian Security Handbook: Terrorism and the New Security Environment, 3rd ed., edited by William M. Carpenter and David G. Wiencek (London & New York: M. E. Sharpe), pp. 56-69

Kuik Cheng-Chwee (2005). “China’s Participation in the ASEAN Regional Forum: The Exogenous and Endogenous Effects of International Institutions,” in China and Southeast Asia: Changing Political and Strategic Ties, edited by James K. Chin and Nicholas Thomas (Hong Kong: University of Hong Kong), pp. 141-169.

Kuik Cheng-Chwee (2004). 《 中国参与东盟主导的地区机制的利益分析》 [An Interest-based Analysis on China’s Participation in the ASEAN-led Regional Institutions], 世界经济与政治 [World Economics and Politics] (Beijing) No. 9 (September), pp. 53-59.

Kuik Cheng-Chwee (2001). “The Ideational Sources of Chinese Foreign Policy: A Framework for Analysis,” Journal of Diplomacy and Foreign Relations (Kuala Lumpur), Vol. 3, No. 2 (December), pp. 21-44.

Li, Xiaojun. “Understanding China's Behavioral Change in the WTO Dispute Settlement System: Power, Capacity and Normative Constraints in Trade Adjudication", Asian Survey 52(6): 1111-1137[download] (2012)

Li, Xiaojun. “U.S. Military Aid and Recipient Country Cooperation” (with Patricia Sullivan) and Brock Tessman), Foreign Policy Analysis 7(3): 275-294. [download] [online appendix] [replication] (2011)

Li, Xiaojun. “Social Rewards and Socialization Effects: an Alternative Explanation to the Motivation behind China’s Participation in International Institutions”. Chinese Journal of International Politics 3(3): 347-377. [Best Doctoral Paper Award, Association of Chinese Political Studies, 2009] [download] (2010)

Liff, Adam P. “Searching for the Security Dilemma.” International Security [with G. John Ikenberry] (Forthcoming).

Liff, Adam P. “Installing a Safety on the ‘Loaded Gun’? China’s Institutional Reforms, National Security Commission and Sino-Japanese Crisis (In)Stability.” Journal of Contemporary China 25, no. 98 (2016) [with Andrew S. Erickson] (Forthcoming).

Liff, Adam P. “Whither the Balancers? Reconsidering Methods and Metrics in Contemporary Security Studies and Balancing Responses to China’s Rise.” Security Studies (2016) (Forthcoming).

Liff, Adam P. “Japan’s Defense Policy: Abe the Evolutionary.” The Washington Quarterly 38, no. 2 (2015): 79-99.

Liff, Adam P. “Racing Toward Tragedy?: China’s Rise, Military Competition in the Asia-Pacific, and the Security Dilemma.” International Security 39, no. 2 (2014): 52-91. [with G. John Ikenberry]

Liff, Adam P. “The Budget This Time: Taking the Measure of China’s Defense Spending.” ASAN Forum 2, no. 2 (2014). [with Andrew S. Erickson]

Liff, Adam P. “Demystifying China’s Defence Spending: Less Mysterious in the Aggregate.” The China Quarterly 216 (2013): 805-830. [with Andrew S. Erickson]. (lead article)

Liff, Adam P. “The Proliferation of Cyberwarfare Capabilities and Interstate War, Redux.” Journal of Strategic Studies 36, no. 1 (2013).

Liff, Adam P. “Cyberwar: A New ‘Absolute Weapon’? The Proliferation of Cyberwarfare Capabilities and Interstate War.” Journal of Strategic Studies 35, no. 3 (2012): 401–428.

Liff, Adam P. “POINT OF VIEW/ Adam P. Liff and Andrew S. Erickson: Japan-China Crisis Management–the Urgent Need for Air-Sea Contact Mechanism.” AJW by The Asahi Shimbun, July 9, 2015. [with Andrew S. Erickson]

Liff, Adam P. “日中間の危機管理–海空連絡メカニズム急げ” [Japan-China Crisis Management—Expedite an Air-Sea Contact Mechanism](私の視点)[Our Perspective (Op-Ed)], 朝日新聞 [Asahi Shimbun], July 4, 2015. [with Andrew Erickson]

Liff, Adam P. The 2015 US-Japan Guidelines for Defense Cooperation: Toward ‘A More Balanced and Effective Alliance.'” PacNet [No. 27]. Honolulu, HI: Pacific Forum CSIS, April 23, 2015.

Liff, Adam P. “Crowding the Waters: The Need for Crisis Management in the East China Sea“, Foreign Affairs, March 23, 2015.  [with Andrew S. Erickson]

Liff, Adam P. “China’s Military Spending Swells Again Despite Domestic Headwinds.”ChinaRealTime (The Wall Street Journal), March 5, 2015. [with Andrew S. Erickson]

Liff, Adam P. “Calm in the East China Sea?: What to Make of Shinzo Abe and Xi Jinping’s Recent Meeting.” The National Interest, November 12, 2014.

Liff, Adam P. “Not-So-Empty Talk: The Danger of China’s ‘New Type of Great-Power Relations’ Slogan.” Foreign Affairs, October 9, 2014. [with Andrew S. Erickson]

Liff, Adam P. Watch This Space: ‘Collective Self-defense,’ Constitutional Reinterpretation, and Japan’s Security Policy.” PacNet [No. 48]. Honolulu, HI: Pacific Forum CSIS, June 26, 2014.

Liff, Adam P. “Full Steam Ahead: China’s Ever-Increasing Military Budget.” ChinaRealTime (The Wall Street Journal), March 5, 2014. [with Andrew S. Erickson]

Liff, Adam P. “Lifting the Shroud on China’s Defense Spending: Trends, Drivers, and Implications.” Policy Q&A. Seattle, Wash.: National Bureau of Asian Research, May 16, 2013. [with Andrew S. Erickson; Interviewer: Nathaniel Austin]

Liff, Adam P. “China’s Military Development, Beyond the Numbers.” The Diplomat, March 12, 2013. [with Andrew S. Erickson]

Liff, Adam P. “A Player, but No Superpower.” Foreign Policy, March 7, 2013. [with Andrew S. Erickson]

Miller, Manjari Chatterjee. "Foreign Policy a la Modi", Foreign Affairs, 3 April 2014

Miller, Manjari Chatterjee. "The Un-Argumentative Indian?: Ideas about the Rise of India and Their Interaction with Domestic Structures", India Review 13(1), 2014

Miller, Manjari Chatterjee. "The Trauma of Colonialism", The New York Times, 14 August 2013

Miller, Manjari Chatterjee. "India’s Feeble Foreign Policy", Foreign Affairs May/June 2013

Miller, Manjari Chatterjee. "Re-collecting Empire", in Kanti Bajpai and Harsh Pant (eds.), India’s Foreign Policy: A Reader, New Delhi: Oxford University Press, 2013

Miller, Manjari Chatterjee. "Re-collecting Empire: ‘Victimhood’ and the 1962 Sino-Indian War", Asian Security5(3), 2009

Miller, Manjari Chatterjee. "India’s Global Ambition and the Nuclear Deal", Op-Ed, The Christian Science Monitor, 25 July 2008

Norris, William. "Explaining Recent Senkaku/Diaoyu Tensions: The Domestic Dimension", Education About Asia 19 (2), 43-44 (2014)

Norris, William. "China’s Economic Statecraft in Sino-American Relations(link is external)", Harvard Asia Quarterly 16 (1), 28-35. (2014)

Norris, William. "Thinking Clearly About China’s Economic Statecraft(link is external)", Precis, 6-9. (2009)

Pu, Xiaoyu. "Socialisation as a Two-way Process: Emerging Powers and the Diffusion of International Norms," The Chinese Journal of International Politics, (Vol 5, Issue 4, Winter 2012), pp.341-367.

Randall L. Schweller and Xiaoyu Pu, "After Unipolarity: China's Visions of International Order in an Era of U.S. Decline," International Security, Vol. 36, No. 1 (Summer 2011), pp. 41-72. Reprinted in Essential Readings in World  Politics.  Karen A. Mingst and Jack Snyder  eds. (New York: W.W. Norton, 2013)

Bin Xu and Xiaoyu Pu, “Dynamic Statism and Memory Politics: A Case Analysis of the Chinese War Reparations Movement,” The China Quarterly,Vol 201. (March 2010), pp. 156-175.

Xiaoyu Pu, “China and International Order Revisited: A Political Sociology Perspective,” [In Chinese], World Economics and Politics, (January 2010), pp.23-36. Reprint in East Asian Order: Ideas, Institutions, and Strategies, Zhou Fangying and Gao Chen eds., Beijing: Social Sciences Academic Press, 2012).

Steven Hook and Xiaoyu Pu, “Framing Sino-American Relations Under Stress: A Reexamination of News Coverage of the 2001 Spy Plane Crisis,” Asian Affairs: an American Review, Volume 33, Number 3 (Fall 2006), pp. 167-183.

Xiaoyu Pu and Randall Schweller,  “Status Signaling, Multiple Audiences, and China’s Bluewater Naval Ambition.” In T.V. Paul, Deborah Larson, and William Wohlforth eds.Status in World Politics (Cambridge University Press, forthcoming,  2014).

Xiaoyu Pu, “Potências Emergentes, Legitimidade e mudanças Normativas Internacionais [Emerging Powers, Legitimacy, and International Normative Change],” in Oliver Stuenkel, ed., Potências Emergentes e Desafios Globais[Emerging Powers and Global Challenges] (São Paulo, Brazil: Fundação Getulio Vargas, and the Konrad Adenauer Foundation, translated in Portuguese, 2012)

Xiaoyu Pu and Guang Zhang, “China Rising and Its Foreign Policy Orientations: Perspectives from China’s Emerging Elite,” in Sujian Guo and Shiping Hua, eds., New Dimensions of Chinese Foreign Policy (Lanham, MD:Lexington Books-Rowman & Littlefield, 2007).

Xiaoyu Pu, “Rightful Resistance and The Rise of China,” [in Chinese] in Sun Xuefeng ed. International Legitimacy and Emergence of Great Powers: A Chinese Perspective (Beijing: Social Sciences Academic Press, 2012)

Xiaoyu Pu, “Introduction,” in Introduction to Political Psychology [in Chinese] Yin Jiwu ed.(Beijing: Higher Education Press, 2012)

Fung, Courtney. "China and the United Nations: Chinese UN Policy in the Areas of Peace and Development in the Era of Hu Jintao". JANKA OERTEL. London: Bloomsbury, 2014. 287 pp. £65.00. ISBN 978-3-8487-1129-1

Richardson, Courtney. "Global South solidarity? China, regional organisations and intervention in the Libyan and Syrian civil wars," Third World Quarterly (September 23, 2015)

Courtney J. Richardson, "A Responsible Power? China and the UN Peacekeeping Regime," International Peacekeeping 18, 3 (June 2011): 288 - 299.

Sohn, Injoo. “After Renaissance: China’s Multilateral Offensive in the Developing World,”European Journal of International Relations 18-1 (March 2012).

Sohn, Injoo. "Asian Financial Cooperation: The Problem of Legitimacy in Global Financial Governance.Global Governance: A Review of Multilateralism and International Organizations 11 (2005): 487-504.

Sohn, Injoo. “Between Confrontation and Assimilation: China and the Fragmentation of Global Financial Governance,” Journal of Contemporary China (forthcoming).

Sohn, Injoo. "East Asia's Counterweight Strategy: Asian Financial Cooperation and Evolving International Monetary Order." G-24 Discussion Paper Series, No. 44, United Nations (New York and Geneva), March 2007.

Sohn, Injoo. "Learning to Cooperate: China's Multilateral Diplomacy toward Asian Financial Cooperation." The China Quarterly 194 (June 2008). 

Sohn, Injoo. “Politics of Détente: Comparing Korea and Taiwan”(coauthored with Steve Chan and Richard Hu), Pacific Review Volume 26, Issue 2, 2013.

Stalley, Phillip. “An Emerging Environmental Movement in China.” The China Quarterly 186 (July 2006): 333-356. 

Phillip Stalley (2009) Can Trade Green China? Participation in the global economy and the environmental performance of Chinese firms, Journal of Contemporary China, 18:61, 567-590. 

Weiss, Jessica Chen. "Nationalist Protests, Government Responses, and The Risk of Escalation in Interstate Disputes." Forthcoming, Security Studies 25:4 (December 2016) (with John D. Ciorciari) 

Weiss, Jessica Chen. "Circumstances, Domestic Audiences, and Reputational Incentives in International Crisis Bargaining." Journal of Conflict Resolution (with Alexandre Debs), forthcoming and OnlineFirstUngated version

Weiss, Jessica Chen. "The Political Geography of Nationalist Protest in China: Cities and the 2012 Anti-Japanese Demonstrations." 
The China Quarterly 222 (June 2015): 403-29 (with Jeremy Wallace). Ungated version

Weiss, Jessica Chen. "Authoritarian Signaling, Mass Audiences and Nationalist Protest in China." International Organization 67(1): 1-35 (2013).

Weiss, Jessica Chen. "The Sino-Vietnamese Standoff in the South China Sea,Georgetown Journal of International Affairs, Winter/Spring 2012. (with John D. Ciorciari). (2012)

Weiss, Jessica C. “The Need for Liberalization in China: Electoral Reform and the People’s Congress System.” Stanford Journal of East Asian Affairs (2003): 39-44.

Weiss, Jessica C. “Stability, Development, and Democracy: Conflicting Objectives? U.S. Aid to Egypt, 1975-2000.” Stanford Journal of International Relations, Vol. IV, No. 1, (2002): 48-57.

Wuthnow, Joel, "Chinese Diplomacy and the UN Security Council(link is external)" Routledge 2013

Wuthnow, Joel, "Diverse Multilateralism: Four Strategies in China’s Multilateral Diplomacy" Journal of Chinese Political Science. September 2012, Volume 17, Issue 3, pp 269-290

Wuthnow, Joel, "China and the Processes of Cooperation in UN Security Council Deliberations," Chinese Journal of International Politics 3:1 (March 2010), pp. 55-77.

Wuthnow, Joel, "The Concept of Soft Power in China's Strategic Discourse," Issues & Studies 44:2 (June 2008), pp. 1-28.

Wuthnow, Joel, The Impact of Missile Threats on the Reliability of Overseas Bases(Carlisle Barracks, PA: US Army War College, Strategic Studies Institute, 2005).

Wuthnow, Joel, "The Integration of Cooptation and Coercion: China's Taiwan Strategy Since 2001," East Asia: An International Quarterly 23:3 (Fall 2006), pp. 22-45.

Xu, Xin. “Harmonization of NTS Securitization in U.S.-China Security Cooperation.Ritsumeikan Journal of Asia Pacific Studies, Vol.19 (December 2005): 1-28.

Xu, Xin. “Multilateralism and Three Visions of Regional Security Order in the Asia Pacific: International Systemic Change in the Post-Cold War Era.” Ritsumeikan Journal of Asia Pacific Studies, Vol.16 (February 2005): 83-107.

Xu, Xin. “Coercion Against Foregone Losses: Beijing’s Strategy During the 1995-1996 Taiwan Strait Crisis.” Ritsumeikan Journal of Asia Pacific Studies, Vol.9 (September 2002): 15-43.

Xu, Xin. “The Dynamics of the Taiwan Question in Chinese Foreign Policy: Dialectics of National Identity and International Constraints.” Ritsumeikan Journal of Asia-Pacific Studies, Vol. 7 (April 2001): 163-176.

Ye, Min. “China Invests Overseas: Regulation and Representation,” Modern China Studies, 21 (1), 2014: 173-204.

Ye, Min. “Policy Learning or Diffusion: China’s FDI Liberalization in the Shadow of Japanese Developmental State,” Journal of East Asian Studies 9, 2009: 399-432.

Ye, Min. “External Networks and China’s Open Door Policy,” Excellent Theses Collection on China’s International Relations, 46, 2006, Tokyo, Japan.

Ye, Min. “Developmental State—China’s Government’s Role in China’s Electronics Industry,” The Waseda Journal of Political Science and Economics, 35, 2005: 63-82.

Ye, Min. “U.S Hegemony and Its Implications for China,” Chinese Public Affairs Quarterly, 1 (1), 2004: 23-31.

Kent Calder and Min Ye, “Critical Juncture and Comparative Regionalism,” The Journal of East Asian Studies, 2004: 1-43.

Ye, Min. “How the Strong State Weakens China’s Outbound Direct Investment?” in Lynn White and Kate Zhou (eds.), Democracy and Development in China and Southeast Asia, National and Local Perspectives, Rutledge, 2014.

Ye, Min. “Overseas Chinese and Late Industrialization in China,” in Susan Eckstein and Adil Najam (eds.), How Immigrants Impact Their Homelands, Duke University Press, 2013.

Ye, Min. “The Rise of China and Asian Regionalism,” in Mark Beeson and Richard Stubs (eds.), Handbook of Asian Regionalism, Rowman & Littlefield, 2011.

Ye, Min. “Diasporas and Foreign Investment in China,” in Joseph Fewsmith (ed.), China Today and China Tomorrow, Rowman & Littlefield, 2010.

Ye, Min. “Constructing Northeast Asia’s Security Institutions,” in Vinod Aggarwal and Min Gyo Koo (eds.), Asia’s New Institutional Architecture, Springer, 2007.

Zheng, Yu. “Accountability and Inequality in Single-Party Regimes: A Comparative Analysis of Vietnam and China,” with Edmund Malesky and Regina Abrami. Comparative Politics, July 2011.

Zheng, Yu. “Credibility and Flexibility: Political Institutions, Governance, and Foreign Direct Investment,” International Interactions, September 2011 (Forthcoming)

Zheng, Yu. "The New Face of Chinese Industrial Policy: Making Sense of Anti-Dumping Cases in Petrochemical and Steel Industries,” with Regina Abrami. Journal of East Asian Studies, 2011. (Forthcoming).

Zheng, Yu. “Taiwan Public Opinion Trends, 1992-2008: Exploring Attitudes on Cross-Strait Issues,” with Richard Sobel and William-Arthur Haynes, Public Opinion Quarterly, 2010, 74(4): 782-813.