Strategic Asia 2020
U.S.-China Competition for Global Influence
The nineteenth volume in the Strategic Asia series—Strategic Asia 2020: U.S.-China Competition for Global Influence—offers 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.
Strategic Asia 2022–22
Navigating Tumultuous Times in the Indo-Pacific
Strategic Asia 2021–22: Navigating Tumultuous Times in the Indo-Pacific (forthcoming January 2022) assesses the impact of three major trends on the geopolitical environment of the Indo-Pacific region: intensifying strategic competition between China and the United States, growing pushback against globalization, and the Covid-19 pandemic. Each chapter examines how these challenges shape the security environment, grand strategy, and national and economic power for a country or in a region and analyzes the implications for U.S. interests.