United States Engagement in the Asia Pacific: Perspectives from Asia

by Yoichiro Sato and See Seng Tan

Table of Contents

Chapter 1: Introduction: Engaging the United States—Asian Perspectives

Chapter 2: The Pivot and America’s Creeping Containment of China

Chapter 3: From Cooperation for Competition to Non-Confrontational Assertiveness: China’s Changing Responses to U.S. Regional Policy in Asia Pacific

Chapter 4: Clashing Expectations: Strategic Thinking and Alliance Mismanagement in Japan

Chapter 5: The Weakest Link? Explaining the Absence of Hedging in Taiwan’s Security Policy

Chapter 6: The U.S. Foreign Policy towards the Korean Peninsula: Bring Worldviews Back In

Chapter 7: North Korea and U.S. Engagement

Chapter 8: Minilateral Alignment: The Development of U.S.-Japan-ROK Trilateral Security Cooperation

Chapter 9: Is America (Still) Indispensable? Singapore’s View of the United States in the Contemporary Asia-Pacific

Chapter 10: Not Being Caught between Two Giants—A Vietnamese View on the U.S. Pivot to Asia

Chapter 11: Myanmar's Rapprochement with the United States: Is it a Warning for China in Mainland Southeast Asia?

Chapter 12: Engaging the United States of America: India’s Responses and Reservations

Chapter 13: Australia Debates American Primacy in Asia

Chapter 14: Conclusion

Bibliography and Index


 

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