Alliances and order in the "Asian Century"
This essay explores the relationship between alliances and the changing international order in Asia over the coming decades. It starts from two simple propositions. The ﬁrst is that economic growth in Asia, especially in China, marks a fundamental shift in the distribution of economic weight, which is driving an equally fundamental shift in strategic power, and that this, in turn, is putting great pressure on the international order that has prevailed in Asia since the end of the Vietnam War...[Show more]
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