Asia Policy 17.1 (January 2022)

Asia Policy 17.1
January 2022

January 27, 2022

This issue of Asia Policy features a roundtable on small-state responses to Covid-19; articles examining the U.S. implications of India’s illiberalism, opportunities and obstacles to expanding Russia’s food exports to China, and prospects for U.S. relations with the Philippines given democratic decline there; a book review essay considering China’s grand strategy as presented in Rush Doshi’s The Long Game: China’s Grand Strategy to Displace American Order; and a book review roundtable discussing T.J. Pempel’s A Region of Regimes: Prosperity and Plunder in the Asia-Pacific.


Small-State Responses to Covid-19

John D. Ciorciari, Gregory V. Raymond, Tasnia Alam, Paul Schuler, Calvin Cheng, Azad Singh Bali, Björn Dressel, Benjamin Day, Rochelle Bailey, and Gemma Malungahu


The Strategic Implications of India’s Illiberalism and Democratic Erosion

Daniel S. Markey


Opportunities and Obstacles for Russia’s Food Exports to China

Stephen K. Wegren


The Future of the U.S.-Philippines Alliance: Declining Democracy and Prospects for U.S.-Philippines Relations after Duterte

Luke Lischin

Book Review Essay

China’s Grand Strategy

Oriana Skylar Mastro

Book Review Roundtable

T.J. Pempel’s A Region of Regimes: Prosperity and Plunder in the Asia-Pacific

Saori N. Katada, John Ravenhill, Thomas Pepinsky, David Leheny, Mary Alice Haddad, and T. J. Pempel

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Asia Policy is a peer-reviewed scholarly journal presenting policy-relevant academic research on the Asia-Pacific that draws clear and concise conclusions useful to today’s policymakers. Asia Policy is published quarterly in January, April, July, and October and accepts submissions on a rolling basis. Learn more