Asia Policy 14.2
This issue includes a roundtable on the security challenges of China’s Belt and Road Initiative in South Asia, a special essay on the deterioration of U.S.-China relations, an article on whether Japan should acquire a conventional strike missile capability as part of its defense, and a roundtable on Brian D. Taylor’s book The Code of Putinism.
Where the Belt Meets the Road: Security in a Contested South Asia
Reconsidering U.S.-China Relations: From Improbable Normalization to Precipitous Deterioration
Should Japan Adopt Conventional Missile Strike Capabilities?
Book Review Roundtable
Brian D. Taylor’s The Code of Putinism
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