May 31, 2014
Center for Asia Pacific Policy
The RAND Center for Asia Pacific Policy (CAPP) is a nonprofit, nonpartisan, multidisciplinary research center within RAND. CAPP’s mission is to improve policy by providing decision-makers and the public with rigorous, objective, cutting-edge research on critical policy challenges facing Asia and U.S.-Asia relations.
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CAPP in the News
A selection of media reporting on critical RAND Center for Asia Pacific Policy research.
- Obama Visit Signals Progress for Asia ‘Pivot’ May 2, 2014 (The Wall Street Journal Blog)
- Japan’s Defense Minister Kept Busy as Obama Visits Asia Apr 24, 2014 (The Diplomat)
- Beijing's Flight of Fancy: A State-Driven Attempt to Build a Passenger Jet Risks Undermining Other Reforms Apr 9, 2014 (The Wall Street Journal)
- Korea, U.S. Urged to Forge Long-Term Goals March 13, 2014 (The Korea Herald)
- Should the U.S. Move the Marines to Guam? February 28, 2014 (The Diplomat)
- Abe’s Southeast Asia Push Adds to U.S. Ties Amid China Rift February 26th, 2014 (Bloomberg News)
- Scandal Tests Chinese President's Standing With Military February 5, 2014 (Wall Street Journal)
- Imagining China’s Military in 2020 January 31, 2014 (The Diplomat)