Several national governments have recently taken substantial steps toward creating policies that apply to new, path-breaking activities at asteroids in outer space. Near-term activities on asteroids are likely to be various, including mining initiated by private firms and planetary defense activities pursued by public agencies.
The United States has long been a magnet for skilled immigrants, but its openness to these immigrants has varied considerably over time. Focusing on the H-1B visa program, this article explains why the program’s annual cap has risen and fallen from the mid-1990s to the present.
Opening Statements Chairman's Opening Statement Witnesses · Dan Blumenthal, American Enterprise Institute · Captain James E. Fanell (Ret.) Statement for the Record · Mr. Richard D Fisher Jr., International Assesment and Strategy Center Statement for the Record · Ms. Patricia M.
Maria Adele Carrai is a Harvard-Princeton China and the World Postdoctoral Fellow and Visiting Scholar at the Fairbank Center for Chinese Studies. Her research examines how China’s legal history affects the country’s foreign policy.
President Donald J. Trump announced today that his highly anticipated meeting with Kim Jong-un will take place in Singapore on June 12. The historic meeting will mark the first time a sitting U.S. president has ever met with the leader of North Korea.
As a seafaring state, America demands maximal access to the world’s oceans within the constraints of international law. Though seldom recognized, U.S. efforts to defend its interest in maritime freedom in the Western Pacific have been fairly successful.
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A growing chorus of observers has warned of threats to regime stability in China in recent years. In spite of these concerns, the party-state’s grip on power in many respects appears as strong today as at any time since 1989, making it a remarkable outlier in a shrinking pool of long-surviving authoritarian regimes.
In recent years, scholarship examining US and security allies’ responses to China's rapidly growing power and “assertive” policies towards its neighbours has proliferated. The English-language literature remains relatively one-sided, however.
For almost 40 years, since China’s well-known”reform and opening” movement beginning in the late 1970s, the economic relationship has been the solid bedrock of a stable and largely cooperative U.S.-China relationship.
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