Asia Policy 16.4
This issue of Asia Policy features roundtables on what role trade and FDI play in sustainable development and how Southeast Asian states perceive their relationships with the United States; a special essay on lessons from South Korea’s efforts in data governance and protection; and articles on how security-dependent states like Japan can reduce their U.S. alliance dilemmas and how U.S. leadership changes since 2008 have affected foreign policy decision-making toward Southeast Asia. The issue concludes with a roundtable on Kathryn Stoner’s Russia Resurrected and James Reilly’s Orchestration: China’s Economic Statecraft Across Asia and Europe.
The New Geopolitics of Trade and Investment in Asia: Multilateralism, Regionalism, Protectionism, or All of the Above?
How Can South Korea Teach, Lead, and Better Engage with the Asia-Pacific in Shaping Data Governance for the 5G Era?
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