Dispatches: October 2018
Dispatches is the monthly newsletter of the Wilson Center's Asia Program, looking at highlights, news stories, publications, and more.
Welcome to Dispatches, the monthly newsletter of the Wilson Center's Asia Program.Highlights
The China Challenge: Security and Military Developments
What's Next for the Haqqani Network?
In the News
The American Ship that Spied on North Korea / Declassified on CNN
The Case Against Doing Nothing on North Korea / Omaha World-Herald
Trump Charges China-Not Russia-With Meddling in U.S. Elections / The New Yorker
Pathways to Change: Pakistan Policy Symposium / October 17 & 18
Fears of the Fourth Estate: Current Challenges for the Pakistani Press
Can the Indo-Pacific Open Doors for Taiwan? / Shihoko Goto
The Future of the Quad is in Southeast Asia / Abraham M. Denmark
The First Crisis for Pakistan's New Government / Michael Kugelman
The Quetta Experience: Attitudes and Values Within Pakistan's Army / David O. Smith
ASEAN's Role in a U.S. Indo-Pacific Strategy / Prashanth Parameswaran
The Asia Program welcomed new fellows and scholars for fall 2018.
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