Asia Policy 14
Topics in this issue include domestic challenges facing China’s leadership, U.S. strategic rebalancing toward Asia, the case for a civil-military disaster-relief hub in Northeast Asia, Islamic education in Kazakhstan, India’s emergence since 1980, and China’s development strategy and the global financial crisis.
Asia Policy 14 is supported in part by a grant from the Ford Foundation.
Domestic Institutional Challenges Facing China’s Leadership on the Eve of the 18th Party Congress
Turning to the Pacific: U.S. Strategic Rebalancing toward Asia
The Case for Establishing a Civil-Military Disaster-Relief Hub in Northeast Asia
Islamic Education in Central Asia: Evidence from Kazakhstan
Book Review Roundtable
Sumit Ganguly & Rahul Mukherji’s India Since 1980
China’s Development Strategy and the Global Financial Crisis
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