Asia Policy 17.3
This issue of Asia Policy features a roundtable offering African perspectives on Africa-China relations; a special essay on the United States’ and China’s dimmer view of globalization and the regional implications; an essay on the evolution of Japan’s security policy; articles on Japan’s security options in the event of a Taiwan Strait conflict and on the new middle-power diplomacy in the Indo-Pacific; and a book review roundtable on Timothy Frye’s Weak Strongman: The Limits of Power in Putin’s Russia.
The Evolving Geopolitics of Economic Interdependence between the United States and China: Reflections on a Deteriorating Great-Power Relationship
Japan’s Security Policy Evolution: The Interaction between Think Tank Proposals and Government Implementation
Middle-Power Alignment in the Free and Open Indo-Pacific: Securing Agency through Neo-Middle-Power Diplomacy
Book Review Roundtable
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