Asia Policy 19.1
This issue of Asia Policy features a roundtable examining China’s tech development in the U.S.-China competition for technological supremacy; a special essay on the changing modes of labor regulation in apparel supply chains; articles on Japan’s pursuit of missile-warning satellites and the logistical challenges associated with resupplying Taiwan in a future conflict; and a roundtable on Ramon Pacheco Pardo’s book South Korea’s Grand Strategy: Making Its Own Destiny that discusses Seoul’s foreign policy objectives and whether South Korea, and middle powers more broadly, can have a grand strategy.
“Professionals Talk Logistics”: Why Resupplying Taiwan in a Future War Will Be Harder Than Resupplying Ukraine
Book Review Roundtable
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