Strategic Asia 2008–09: Challenges and Choices
Ashley J. Tellis, Mercy Kuo, Andrew Marble
NBR, 2008 - History - 501 pages
The eighth volume in NBR’s Strategic Asia series assesses the major strategic choices on Asia facing the new U.S. president and administration as well as the broader policy community. Through a combination of country, regional, and topical studies, the book analyzes the impact of U.S. policy and geopolitical developments on Asia’s transformation over the past eight years.
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