Asia Policy 20
Asia Policy 20 features a roundtable on the future of China’s “rule according to law” initiative and articles on the value of trust between U.S. and Chinese military officers, the direction of the Australia-Japan strategic partnership, and the prospects for population movements inside North Korea after a governmental collapse. The issue also includes a book review roundtable on Nicholas R. Lardy’s book Markets over Mao: The Rise of Private Business in China.
From Strategic Partnership to Strategic Alliance? Australia-Japan Security Ties and the Asia-Pacific
Book Review Roundtable
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