Asia Policy 19
Asia Policy 19 features a roundtable on nuclear multipolarity in Asia; a special essay on the normalization of Japan’s military; articles on Russia’s foreign policy turn toward Asia, India’s strategic response to the U.S. rebalance, and U.S.-South Korea civil nuclear negotiations; and a book review roundtable addressing three recent books on civil-military relations in Pakistan.
Approaching Critical Mass: Asia’s Multipolar Nuclear Future
The Development of Japanese Security Policy: A Long-Term Defensive Strategy
Russia’s Asia Pivot: Confrontation or Cooperation?
Indian Foreign Policy Responds to the U.S. Pivot
South Korea’s Search for Nuclear Sovereignty
Book Review Roundtable
Recent Books on Civil-Military Relations in Pakistan
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