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Interview – Joseph Chinyong Liow

Interview – Joseph Chinyong Liow

Dr Joseph discusses the Trump administration’s foreign policy strategy for East and Southeast Asia, growing conservatism in Indonesia, and the 50th anniversary of ASEAN.

Is China the New Hegemon of East Asia?

Is China the New Hegemon of East Asia?

China, despite its aspirations for renewed dominance in East Asia, is not yet in a position to challenge the United States’ military pre-eminence in the Western Pacific.

Beyond the Asia-Pacific: China’s Next Geo-Strategic ‘Stepping Stone’

Beyond the Asia-Pacific: China’s Next Geo-Strategic ‘Stepping Stone’

There is no reason to believe China will not approach its ambitions in a multilateral way in the future, as this is what the West has embarked upon for decades.

Review – Taiwan Straits: Crisis in Asia and the Role of the U.S. Navy

Review – Taiwan Straits: Crisis in Asia and the Role of the U.S. Navy

The strategic and operational value of the Taiwan Strait reaffirms that the continuation of cross-Strait peace and stability is vital to U.S. national interests.

Strategic Uncertainty and the Regional Security Order in East Asia

Strategic Uncertainty and the Regional Security Order in East Asia

Chinese and American intentions constitutes the two fundamental uncertainties that will shape regional security in East Asia.

Thinking About Developmental States Beyond East Asia

Thinking About Developmental States Beyond East Asia

The experience of East Asian states cannot be easily replicated, as the ability of a state to undergo structural transformation is limited by the existing conditions.

Review – The Long Peace of East Asia

Review – The Long Peace of East Asia

Although Kivimäki neglects regional interaction his book is a must-read for any student of East Asia, because it masterfully combines data with theoretical insight.

China’s Response to a Post-Pacificist Japan

China’s Response to a Post-Pacificist Japan

Although escalating tensions with Japan is not desirable, the Asian security order has changed in ways that should cause China to reconsider its strategy in the region.

The Rise of East Asian Higher Education and Science

The Rise of East Asian Higher Education and Science

With a growing proportion of new knowledge coming from Asia, the world will soon realise that the dragon has arrived to reshape the knowledge economy.

Geopolitical Insecurities and Territorial Grievances in East Asia

Geopolitical Insecurities and Territorial Grievances in East Asia

The roots of the South China Sea disputes originate in the results of the UN Convention on the Law of the Sea. Coming to terms with China as it exerts its power will be pricey, yet necessary.

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