Strategic Asia 2006–07
Trade, Interdependence, and Security
Strategic Asia 2006–07: Trade, Interdependence, and Security, the sixth volume in NBR’s Strategic Asia series, examines how trade and interdependence fit into the grand strategies of various Asian states and how changing economic relationships could affect regional stability in Asia. Through a combination of country, regional, and topical studies, the book assesses trade and investment dynamics in the region, the rise of new powers, the ongoing processes of globalization, and the impact of economic interdependence on security, and evaluates how these trends are altering Asia’s strategic environment.
Trade, Interdependence, and Security in Asia
The Superpower as Super-Debtor: Implications of Economic Disequilibria for U.S.-Asian Relations
Rising China: The Search for Power and Plenty
Back to Normal? The Promise and Pitfalls of Japan’s Economic Integration
South Korea’s Embrace of Interdependence in Pursuit of Security
Russia’s Economic Role in Asia: Toward Deeper Integration
Trade, Energy, and Security in the Central Asian Arena
The Limits of Integration in Improving South Asian Security
Strategic Dimensions of Economic Interdependence in Southeast Asia
China: Can Economic Growth Continue without Political Reform?
Will Economic Interdependence Encourage China’s and India’s Peaceful Ascent?
When the Flu Comes: Political and Economic Risks of Pandemic Disease in Asia
The Strategic Asia annual edited volume incorporates assessments of economic, political, and military trends and focuses on the strategies that drive policy in the region. Learn more about Strategic Asia.