Asia Policy 18.3
This issue of Asia Policy features a roundtable on the Indo-Pacific strategies and concepts of states active in the region; an article examining how U.S. semiconductor policy affects South Korea, where semiconductors are the leading export; an article on how the 2021 military coup in Myanmar was a foreseeable consequence of domestic political dynamics and international misperceptions; and a book review roundtable on U.S. and Chinese data governance discussing Aynne Kokas’s Trafficking Data: How China Is Winning the Battle for Digital Sovereignty.
U.S. Semiconductor Policy and South Korea: A Delicate Balancing Act between National Priorities and International Collaboration
Book Review Roundtable
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