Asia Policy 16.1
This issue of Asia Policy features a roundtable on China’s Military-Civil Fusion strategy; articles on China’s Belt and Road Initiative and support for globalization after Covid-19, North Korea–U.S. diplomacy, and ASEAN’s role in guiding China’s and Japan’s regional infrastructure development; an essay on Southeast Asia and Indonesia at the center of U.S.-China competition worsened by the Covid-19 pandemic; and a book review roundtable on Yelena Biberman’s Gambling with Violence: State Outsourcing of War in Pakistan and India.
Pyongyang’s Failure: Explaining North Korea’s Inability to Normalize Diplomatic Relations with the United States
ASEAN’s Limited Centrality in Connectivity: Managing Infrastructure Competition between China and Japan
Book Review Roundtable
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