Asia Policy 15.4
This issue of Asia Policy features a roundtable of regional perspectives on the “free and open Indo-Pacific” concept, articles on China’s cybertheft of U.S. intellectual property and on the rise of Islamism in Indonesia, an essay on Russia–South Korea relations in the context of great-power tensions and U.S. Indo-Pacific strategy, and a book review roundtable on Japan’s New Regional Reality: Geoeconomic Strategy in the Asia-Pacific.
A Free and Open Indo-Pacific: Strengths, Weaknesses, and Opportunities for Engagement (Introduction)
Is It Time for Australia to Adopt a “Free and Open” Middle-Power Foreign Policy?
India and the Changing Dynamics of the Indo-Pacific
Indonesia’s Indo-Pacific Vision: Staying the Course in a Covid-19 World
Canada and the Free and Open Indo-Pacific: A Strategic Assessment
Opportunity Seldom Knocks Twice: Influencing China’s Trajectory via Defend Forward and Persistent Engagement in Cyberspace
Russia–South Korea Relations and the U.S. Indo-Pacific Strategy
The State of Political Islam in Indonesia: The Historical Antecedent and Future Prospects
Book Review Roundtable
Saori N. Katada’s Japan’s New Regional Reality: Geoeconomic Strategy in the Asia-Pacific
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