Daniel Twining

Daniel Twining is Director of the Asia Program at the German Marshall Fund of the United States and a former official of the George W. Bush administration.

  • Rivalry and illusion shape Asia's connectivity contest

    In era of 'Belt and Road' initiative, India and Japan seek to blunt China's expansion

  • Trump gears up to confront China

    Beijing's failure to deliver on North Korea and act on trade demands a response

  • Making sense of Trump's climate surprise

    Before the world condemns the president's move, vital points to consider

  • What the world has learned about Trump's foreign policy

    Unpredictable president may yet revert to traditional ideas

  • India's optimism a useful antidote to Western pessimism

    With a powerful new electoral mandate, Modi looks to engage with the world

  • Trump's address to congress portends looming budget battles

    Congress likely to demand spending restraint for president's agenda

  • How Japan can 'win' with Trump

    Tokyo must make itself relevant where it counts to the new US administration

  • Pros and cons of Trump's emerging Asia policy

    US attempts to reset regional relationships must be underwritten by diplomacy

  • Japan's early opportunity to shape Trump's emerging Asia policy

  • Making sense of America's election

  • China's South Asian conundrum

  • Brexit could undermine the global liberal order

  • China raises the stakes at Shangri-La Dialogue

  • After Brussels, time for West to change tack on terror

  • 10 ways to make sense of the US presidential campaign

  • Instead of aggression, Beijing should return to its 'smile diplomacy'

  • The People's Republic of uncertainty

  • Unhappy New Year -- 10 geopolitical risks in 2016