Book Reviews – Asia Policy 9

Book Reviews - Asia Policy 9

by Scott Kennedy, Edward Friedman, Michael Smitka, Tun-jen Cheng, Robert M. Hathaway, and David J. Karl
January 6, 2010

Reviews of six recent books.

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Democracy is a Good Thing, But…
Tun-jen Cheng

    • A review of Yu Keping, Democracy Is a Good Thing: Essays on Politics, Society, and Culture in Contemporary China

China 2020: A Call For Minor Reform, Not Radical Change
Scott Kennedy

    • A review of Michael A. Santoro, China 2020: How Western Business Can—and Should—Influence Social and Political Change in the Coming Decade

Chinese Politics as a Source of China’s Foreign Policy
Edward Friedman

    • A review of Nancy Bernkopf Tucker, Strait Talk: United States–Taiwan Relations and the Crisis with China

Japanese Business Strategies: Evolution or Revolution?
Michael Smitka

    • A review of Ulrike Schaede, Choose and Focus: Japanese Business Strategies for the 21st Century

Finding the U.S.-India Sweet Spot
Robert M. Hathaway

    • A review of Teresita C. Schaffer, India and the United States in the 21st Century: Reinventing Partnership

India’s Diplomacy: Many Challenges but Where’s the Strategy?
David J. Karl

    • A review of Rajiv Sikri, Challenge and Strategy: Rethinking India’s Foreign Policy

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