Michael Green

Center for Strategic and International Studies / Georgetown University

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Associate Professor of Asian Studies at Georgetown University and Senior Vice President for Asia at the Center for Strategic and International Studies; former staffer on the National Security Council (2001-2005), two of those years as Senior Specialist on Asia

Michael Green on KCRW

After Hawaii, the Midway Atoll and Hangzhou, China, Mr. Obama is now in Laos — the first sitting president to visit that country.

Mixed Reviews for President Obama's Last Personal "Pivot" to Asia

After Hawaii, the Midway Atoll and Hangzhou, China, Mr. Obama is now in Laos — the first sitting president to visit that country.

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After creating high expectations three years ago, President Obama is finally getting around to the so-called "pivot to Asia."

America's Balancing Act in Asia

After creating high expectations three years ago, President Obama is finally getting around to the so-called "pivot to Asia."

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Bill Clinton tried to establish relations with Kim Jong Il. George W. Bush called that “appeasement,” and made North Korea part of his “axis of evil.”

The Sudden Death of Kim Jong Il

Bill Clinton tried to establish relations with Kim Jong Il. George W. Bush called that “appeasement,” and made North Korea part of his “axis of evil.”

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