Asia Policy 17.2 (April 2022)

Asia Policy 17.2
April 2022

April 28, 2022

This issue of Asia Policy features a roundtable on the geopolitics of external power involvement in the Mekong River subregion; an essay on lessons from Russia’s invasion of Ukraine for the U.S.-Japan alliance in a potential Taiwan crisis scenario; articles on Japan’s human rights diplomacy and on whether China treated Japan more preferentially during Donald Trump’s U.S. presidency; and a book review roundtable on China’s protection of its overseas interests.

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