Asia Policy 18.4
This issue of Asia Policy features a roundtable on how constructive ambiguity can enable policy consensus and flexibility in Asian diplomacy and international relations; a special essay identifying trends and actors involved in illegal, unreported, and unregulated (IUU) fishing in Southeast Asia; an article on the strategic importance of mobile firepower for Taiwan that analyzes the geostrategic threats to Taiwan’s mobile surface-to-air missiles and standoff firepower; and a book review roundtable on Rajesh Basrur’s Subcontinental Drift: Domestic Politics and India’s Foreign Policy discussing why India often seems hesitant in its foreign policy and how this behavior fits into international relations theory.
Book Review Roundtable
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