Strategic Asia 2011–12
Asia Responds to Its Rising Powers—China and India
Strategic Asia 2011-12: Asia Responds to Its Rising Powers—China and India explores how Asian states are responding to the rise of China and India and the strategies these states are pursuing to preserve their national interests. In each chapter, a leading expert investigates how a country or region perceives China’s and India’s growth based on geopolitical, economic, cultural, military, and historical interactions and draws implications for U.S. interests and leadership in the Asia-Pacific.
The United States and Asia’s Rising Giants
International Order and the Rise of Asia: History and Theory
China Views India’s Rise: Deepening Cooperation, Managing Differences
India Comes to Terms with a Rising China
Japan, India, and the Strategic Triangle with China
Coping with Giants: South Korea’s Responses to China’s and India’s Rise
Grand Stakes: Australia’s Future between China and India
Challenges and Opportunities: Russia and the Rise of China and India
Great Games in Central Asia
India Next Door, China Over the Horizon: The View from South Asia
The Rise of China and India: Challenging or Reinforcing Southeast Asia’s Autonomy?
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.