Southeast Asia, the Great Powers, and Regional Security from the Cold War to the Present
In honor of Sheldon W. Simon, emeritus professor at Arizona State University, this roundtable features a collection of short, substantive essays on the dynamics between the great powers of Asia and the smaller Southeast Asian states. Authored by some of Simon’s colleagues, former students, and collaborators, these essays address a range of themes important to Simon’s work, including the great powers, interactions between the big and small states in the region, and Southeast Asian regionalism and security. In addition to their voices, Simon offers a retrospective reflection on the region.
Richard J. Ellings
Asia Watcher: Introduction to a Festschrift in Honor of Sheldon W. Simon
See Seng Tan
Sea Change or More of the Same? Trump’s Security Policies in Asia
William T. Tow
China and Southeast Asia: Strategic Interdependence in the Making?
No More Passing: Japan’s Foreign Policy in Interesting Times
Assessing Indonesia’s Foreign Policy under Jokowi
Asia’s “Tragic” Return to Great-Power Politics?
See Seng Tan
The Role of Middle Powers in Asian Multilateralism
ASEAN’s Tough Balancing Act
The ARF as a Strategic Waypoint: A Long View of the Forum’s 25-Year Journey
Track 2 Diplomacy in the Asia-Pacific: Lessons for the Epistemic Community
“No Sole Control” in the South China Sea?
Donald K. Emmerson
Fifty-Plus Years of Watching Asia: An American Perspective
Sheldon W. Simon
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