Robert D. Kaplan

Center for a New American Security

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Senior fellow at the Center for a New American Security, and contributing editor to the Atlantic; author, most recently, of Asia's Cauldron: The South China Sea and the End of a Stable Pacific

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The US is increasing naval forces in the western Pacific, where tensions are on the increase between China and neighboring countries.  Now China is building five artificial islands in…

China's Island Factory

The US is increasing naval forces in the western Pacific, where tensions are on the increase between China and neighboring countries.  Now China is building five artificial islands in…

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America's rapprochement with Cuba has changed international diplomacy and domestic politics.  Could Iran be next?

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America's rapprochement with Cuba has changed international diplomacy and domestic politics.  Could Iran be next?

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