Strategic Asia 2020: U.S.-China Competition for Global Influence

Strategic Asia 2020
U.S.-China Competition for Global Influence

Edited by Ashley J. Tellis, Alison Szalwinski, and Michael Wills
January 21, 2019 ISBN 978-1-939131-59-1

The nineteenth volume in the Strategic Asia series—Strategic Asia 2020: U.S.-China Competition for Global Influence—will be published in January 2020. The new book will offer a forward-looking assessment of how the rivalry between China and the United States is playing out around the globe. Each chapter examines how a country or region (including Japan, South Korea, India, Taiwan, Russia, Oceania, Southeast Asia, Europe, and the Americas) is coping with the consequences of Sino-U.S. competition and draws implications for U.S. policymakers.

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Overview: The Return of U.S.-China Strategic Competition

Ashley J. Tellis


Sheila A. Smith
Senior Fellow for Japan Studies at the Council on Foreign Relations

South Korea

Ji-Young Lee
Associate Professor of International Relations at American University and the Korea Policy Chair at the RAND Corporation


Frédéric Grare
Nonresident Senior Fellow in the South Asia Program at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace


Syaru Shirley Lin
Compton Visiting Professor in World Politics at the Miller Center of Public Affairs at the University of Virginia

Russia and the Post-Soviet Space

Chris Miller
Assistant Professor of International History and Co-director of the Russia and Eurasia Program in the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts University


Michael Wesley
Deputy Vice-Chancellor International at the University of Melbourne in Australia

Southeast Asia

Joseph Chinyong Liow
Tan Kah Kee Chair in Comparative and International Politics and the Dean of the College of Humanities, Arts, and Social Sciences at Nanyang Technological University in Singapore

The Americas

Carol Wise
Associate Professor of International Relations at the University of Southern California


Liselotte Odgaard
Senior Fellow at the Hudson Institute in Washington, D.C