Strategic Asia 2015–16
Foundations of National Power in the Asia-Pacific
Strategic Asia 2015–16: Foundations of National Power in the Asia-Pacific examines how the region’s major powers are building their national power as geopolitical competition intensifies. In each chapter, a leading expert analyzes a country’s economic, technological, human, and natural resources and assesses how well its political system translates those capabilities into military and diplomatic power.
Assessing National Power in Asia
China’s National Power: A Colossus with Iron or Clay Feet?
Japan’s National Power in a Shifting Global Balance
Challenges to South Korean Power in the Early 21st Century
Russian Power Rising and Falling Simultaneously
India’s Unrealized Power
Indonesia: The Reluctant Giant
The United States: A Strong Foundation but Weak Blueprint for National Security
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.