Strategic Asia 2002-03: Asian aftershocksAuthor: Ellings, Richard J. ; Friedberg, Aaron L. ; Wills, MichaelPublisher: National Bureau of Asian Research, 2002.Language: EnglishDescription: 430 p. : Graphs/Maps ; 23 cm.ISBN: 0971393826Type of document: BookBibliography/Index: Includes bibliographical references and index
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Strategic Asia 2002-03 Asian Aftershocks Contents Preface vii Overview Introduction / Richard J. Ellings and Aaron L. Friedberg America's Stakes in Asia 4; Major Challenges Ahead 6; September 11--Asian Aftershocks 8 3 United States / Aaron L. Friedberg Early Innovations of the Bush Administration 18; September 11: Impact and Response 28; Reverberations and Aftershocks 30; Looking Ahead Risks and Opportunities 39 17 Regional Studies China / Thomas J. Christensen Beijing's Strategic Priorities 53; Understanding the PRC's Response to September 11 54; Potential Roadblocks to Long-term PRC Cooperation with the United States 61; Arms Control, Proliferation, and the Danger to U.S.-China Relations 67; Long-term Trends across the Strait and the Pacific 68; Challenges for China's Economy 75; Will Succession Politics, Political Reform, or Economic Interdependence Solve the Taiwan Issue? 78; Conclusion 81 51 Japan / Eric Heginbotham and Richard J. Samuels Change at Last or Change at Least? 96; Baseline: Comprehensive Security and the Dual Hedge 98; September 11 and the Afghan War 101; Continuing Asian Developments 107; Japan and the "Axis of Evil" 116; Domestic Politics and the Long-term Prospects for Foreign Policy Change 120; Conclusion: Baseline Revisited 122 95 Korea / Nicholas N. Eberstadt Korea's Current Season of Calm 131; Northeast Asian Security Relations after September 11: The Doughnut and the Hole 135; Pyongyang's Waiting Game 145; Seoul's Sunshine Policy: Tom Between Washington and Pyongyang 152; Washington: Korea Policy on Hold 164; Pressures for Change 169 131 Russia / William C. Wohlforth 183 The Realities Behind Russia's Asia Policy 184; The Baseline: Russia's " Multipolar" Policy 191; The Turn: September 11 in Context 198; Russia in Asia after the Turn 207; Conclusion 216 Central Asia / Martha Brill Olcott Central Asia's Second Chance 224; Creating Nations in Central Asia: The First Decade 227; The Geopolitics of Central Asia before September 11 239; The Geopolitics of Central Asia after September 11 248; Conclusion: Whither Central Asia? 253 223 South Asia / Stephen P. Cohen Before September 11: A Strategic Snapshot 264; Consequences for South Asia 268; The Compound Crisis of 2002 281; U.S. Policy: Old Problems, New Opportunities 299 263 Southeast Asia / S hel don W . S imon 309 Southeast Asia and the War on Terrorism 311; Radical Islam: The Region's New Security Challenge 314; The Core ASEAN States, U.S. Actions, and the Security Challenge of Islamist Radicalism 319; Prospects for Regional Cooperation in the War against Terrorism 333; Major External Actors and Southeast Asian Security 337; Conclusion 340 Special Study Islam and Asian Security / Robert W. Hefner Legacy 354; Religious Reform and Resurgence 356; Radicalization 358; Central Asia 361; China--Xinjiang 367; Pakistan and India 370; Muslim Southeast Asia 373; Prospects and Policy 382 351 Indicators Strategic Asia by the Numbers Long-term Trends and Short-term Indicators: Major Asian Powers 396; Northeast Asia 400; Central Asia 404; South Asia 408; Southeast Asia 412 395 Index About the Authors About NBR 417 427 431
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