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RAND researchers often write commentaries for publications and testify before the U.S. Congress on a variety of topics. For a complete list of all commentaries by RAND staff, visit the RAND Newsroom. For a complete list of all congressional testimony by RAND staff, visit the Congressional Testimony page. The page below lists commentaries and congressional testimony on topics related to Asia. Also, you'll find citations to articles (and links if available) in which RAND researchers are quoted.

News and Commentaries:

  • China Faces Several Obstacles to Building Successful Domestic Commercial Aircraft Industry

    Apr 4, 2014

    China's investment of billions of dollars in a domestic commercial aviation industry has yet to result in a commercially viable aircraft and is unlikely to do so for the foreseeable future.

  • Chinese Engagement in Africa Is a Two-Way Dynamic

    Mar 12, 2014

    Most analyses of Chinese engagement in Africa present China's quest for oil and other natural resources as a single-minded focus that dominates the nation's policy toward the continent. But Chinese-African relations have a give-and-take dynamic in which Africans have driven China to change its approach.

  • Should the U.S. Move the Marines to Guam?

    Feb 28, 2014

    The option to permanently base Marines on Guam should hinge on the benefits of the location and the costs. Guam scores poorly on both counts and better options exist. However, previous guidance provided to the Marine Corps constrains consideration of such options.

  • 'Small Footprint' Counterinsurgency Strategies Work Best with Narrow Range of Partners

    Feb 26, 2014

    Future U.S. efforts should focus on finding areas of agreement with partner nations and possibly convening networks of people in those nations who can implement changes and then providing the necessary resources and technical expertise.

  • How Can Antiretroviral Therapy Prevent HIV/AIDS?

    Feb 10, 2014

    Many complex issues surround the use of antiretroviral therapy as HIV prevention. RAND Europe is partnering with several organisations on Mapping Pathways, a project that is exploring potential treatment regimes and conduct research, community engagement, and policy work in the U.S., India, and South Africa.

  • Happy 80th Birthday, 'GDP' — Is It Not Time to Retire?

    Feb 1, 2014

    While there are merits to using GDP, it is clear that it fails to measure several important potential externalities to economic growth, such as environmental damage, poor working conditions, or violations of privacy rights.

  • Preparing for the Possibility of a North Korean Collapse

    Jan 29, 2014

    If the North Korean government were to suddenly collapse, the consequences could jeopardize regional security in Northeast Asia and undermine U.S. interests. Preparation is needed now to convince the North Korean elites and others that South Korea-led unification in the aftermath of a collapse will be in their interests.

  • Failure to Learn: Reflections on a Career in the Post-Vietnam Army

    Jan 24, 2014

    In the aftermath of a decade of war, the Army must have an objective, serious debate — one that it never engaged in after Vietnam — to understand its experiences, both good and bad.