Most Recent Publications
The Case for U.S.-ROK-Japan Trilateralism: Strengths and Limitations
Roy Kamphausen, John S. Park, Ryo Sahashi and Alison Szalwinski
This report situates the U.S.-ROK-Japan relationship in the context of the scholarly literature on trilateralism and offers concrete recommendations for strengthening trilateral cooperation in four key areas: regional security, nontraditional security, energy security, and space and cybersecurity.
China and the Strategic Imperative for the United States
Charles W. Boustany Jr. and Richard J. Ellings
This essay examines the implications of China’s rise and calls on the U.S. to address the domestic bases for national power and to reassume a leadership role in Asia by executing a grand strategy that is fully cognizant of political, historical, economic, and strategic realities.
Publisher’s Note (January 2018)
This first issue of 2018 marks an exciting transition for the journal: a shift from biannual to quarterly publication. Beginning this year, Asia Policy will be published in January, April, July, and October.
The Strategic Implications of Russia-China Relations: Regional Perspectives
Brian Franchell, Angela Stent, Yu Bin, Alexander Lukin, Tomohiko Uyama, Hiroshi Yamazoe and Robert Sutter
This roundtable offers perspectives on the implications that heightened Sino-Russian cooperation might have for the global system and regional relations, including from the key states involved (China, Russia, and the United States), as well as on what closer Sino-Russian cooperation means for neighboring countries in Central and Northeast Asia.
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Ideas, Perceptions, and Power: An Examination of China’s Military Strategy
Oriana Skylar Mastro
Edited Volumes and Chapters
This chapter explains how a broad base of national power, the prevalence of perceived maritime threats, and national narratives about the “century of humiliation” and Chinese exceptionalism combine to make regional power projection the most attractive national military strategy to Chinese leaders.