Why War in Asia Remains Thinkable
For over 30 years, East Asia has been free of major wars. But East Asia's stable order is based on a unique and remarkable triangular relationship among the region's three biggest powers, and that relationship is now under pressure from China's growth. Asia's future peace will depend on the ability of the United States, China and Japan - and eventually India - to create a new regional order which reflects the emerging economic and power relativities of the Asian Century. Creating a stable new...[Show more]
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