Asia Policy 16.3
This issue of Asia Policy features a roundtable on future scenarios for Indian Ocean security; a special essay on the outlook for Afghanistan after the withdrawal of U.S. forces; articles on a U.S. and Japanese strategy for countering risks posed by China’s ICT and on dispute settlement procedures available to Vietnam in the South China Sea under UNCLOS; and a book review roundtable on Manjari Chatterjee Miller’s Why Nations Rise: Narratives and the Path to Great Power.
Winning the 5G Race with China: A U.S.-Japan Strategy to Trip the Competition, Run Faster, and Put the Fix In
Book Review Roundtable
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