Asia Policy 13.2 (April 2018)
Asia Policy 13.2 includes a roundtable on the U.S. and Chinese visions of order in East Asia from the perspectives of regional countries; a special essay that examines Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s shift to a more proactive and independent Japanese foreign policy, an article on the growing rivalry between the United States and China that offers recommendations on how to adjust U.S. foreign policy toward China, an essay discussing Kazakhstan’s initiatives to modernize the country, and a roundtable on Frédéric Grare’s new book India Turns East: International Engagement and U.S.-China Rivalry.
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Table of Contents
Contending Visions of the Regional Order in East Asia
Bhubhindar Singh, Yuen Foong Khong, Feng Zhang, Takashi Terada, Xinquan Tu, Yue Lyu, Hideshi Tokuchi, Rajeswari Pillai Rajagopalan, Andrew Carr, Thitinan Pongsudhirak, Dewi Fortuna Anwar and Tran Viet Thai
Japan’s Return to Great Power Politics: Abe’s Restoration
Kenneth B. Pyle
Avoiding U.S.-China Competition Is Futile: Why the Best Option Is to Manage Strategic Rivalry
Timothy R. Heath and William R. Thompson
Kazakhstan at a Crossroads
Charles J. Sullivan
Book Review Roundtable
Frédéric Grare’s India Turns East: International Engagement and U.S.-China Rivalry
Aparna Pande, Sunil Dasgupta, Deepa M. Ollapally, Andrew Small and Frédéric Grare