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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:

  • Improving Mongolia's Labor Market and Enhancing Opportunities for Youth

    Aug 24, 2015

    Despite a recent slowdown, Mongolia has experienced dramatic economic growth in the 2000s. Youth labor-market success is important to Mongolia's economic future. Insights from the challenges young Mongolians face, as well as their achievements and aspirations, can help inform policy.

  • Strategic Rethink: Choices for America in a Turbulent World

    Jul 24, 2015

    In this July 2015 Congressional Briefing, Ambassador James Dobbins discusses the report he coauthored with Howard Shatz and David Ochmanek, Choices for America in a Turbulent World. This is the first paper in the "Strategic Rethink" project, in which RAND researchers examine the most consequential choices that are likely to face this president and the next.

  • The RAND Strategic Rethink Project

    Jul 23, 2015

    The RAND Strategic Rethink project explores important strategic questions facing the United States, producing a guide for policymakers, citizens, educators, and the media on the most critical global choices and challenges facing the country.

  • Choices for America in a Turbulent World

    Jul 23, 2015

    The first report in RAND's "Strategic Rethink" project examines the diverse array of foreign policy challenges facing America. Among them is whether to center and contain Chinese influence, collaborate with it for common purposes, or accommodate it in ways that minimize damage to U.S. interests.

  • Reforming Policies for SMEs in Indonesia

    Jul 20, 2015

    Small and medium-sized enterprises are critical for emerging economies like Indonesia but simultaneously challenging for policymakers looking to support their growth. Interviews with 192 firms in Indonesia investigate the constraints they face and how existing programs do — or do not — help.

  • Economic Growth Will Be the Main Driver of Mobility in China in 2030

    Jun 30, 2015

    Continued economic growth will be the main driver of future mobility and automobile use in China, but constraints on vehicle use and environmental regulations will be important issues as well.

  • CASI Advances Understanding of China Aerospace Capabilities

    Jun 22, 2015

    The China Aerospace Studies Institute (CASI) is a partnership of Headquarters U.S. Air Force, the Air University, and RAND to advance understanding of the capabilities, operating concepts, and limitations of China's aerospace forces.

  • Critical Materials and U.S. Import Dependence

    May 12, 2015

    The United States is vulnerable to export restrictions that limit access to raw materials that are critical to manufacturing. This can hinder the competitiveness of U.S. manufactures and create pressure to move manufacturing out of the country. But there are ways to address the potential for supply disruptions of critical materials.