Asia Policy 17.4
The role of Asia’s middle powers in a new era of great-power politics defined by U.S.-China rivalry is the focus of this special issue of Asia Policy, which includes a collection of essays, guest edited by Hoo Tiang Boon and Sarah Teo, on Australia, South Korea, Indonesia, Vietnam, Thailand, and Pakistan. It also features a roundtable on whether and how minilateral groupings can provide effective deterrence and maintain stability in the Indo-Pacific and an essay on U.S.-Japan cooperation in staving off the threats confronting the rules-based economic order. It concludes with a book review roundtable on Kevin Rudd’s The Avoidable War: The Dangers of a Catastrophic Conflict between the U.S. and Xi Jinping’s China.
Navigating the Great-Power Competition: Pakistan and Its Relationship with the United States and China
Book Review Roundtable
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