restricted access   Number 10, July 2010

Table of Contents


A New Stage for the U.S.-Japan Alliance?


p. 2

Troubled Alliance

pp. 3-9

Return to Basics: Recalibrating the U.S.-Japan Security Alliance

pp. 10-15

Redefining and Reaffirming the U.S.-Japan Alliance

pp. 16-20

Alliance Endangered? Challenges from the Changing Political-Economic Context of U.S.-Japan Relations

pp. 21-27

The 50th Anniversary: Time for a "Renewal of Vows"

pp. 28-34

A Short-Term Challenge to the U.S.-Japan Alliance Putting Its Long-Term Health at Risk

pp. 35-41

Chinese Foreign Policy and Domestic Decisionmaking

Introduction: Sixty Years of Foreign Policy in the PRC

pp. 44-47

An Unconventional Tack: Nontraditional Security Concerns and China's "Rise"

pp. 49-64

Shaping China's Foreign Policy: The Paradoxical Role of Foreign-Educated Returnees

pp. 65-85

China's Domestic Policy Fragmentation and "Grand" Strategy in Global Politics

pp. 87-101


The Maritime Boundary Dispute between Bangladesh and Myanmar: Motivations, Potential Solutions, and Implications

pp. 103-142

Policy Q&A

Reforming the Global Health System: Lessons from Asia

pp. 143-151

The Basics of Chinapol

pp. 153-162

Book Review Section


Guobin Yang, The Power of the Internet in China: Citizen Activism Online

Culture and Politics in China's Internet

pp. 164-166

A Revolutionary Technology for an Evolutionary Cause

pp. 167-171

The Power of the Internet in China: Looking Beyond People's Power

pp. 171-175

The Limited Power of the Chinese People over the Internet

pp. 175-178

The Limited Power of the Internet in China

pp. 179-182

Author's Response: The Growing Power of Internet Activism in China

pp. 182-188

Review Essay

Democracy, Security, and Regionalism in Asia

pp. 189-195


Is Asia the Last Bastion of Capital Punishment?

pp. 198-201

ASEAN: Where Process Has Priority

pp. 202-205

Confusing Confucius in Contemporary China

pp. 206-209

A Stimulating Analysis of China Present—and Past

pp. 210-212

Is It Too Late to Save Japan?

pp. 213-215

Explaining the Longevity of India's Open Economic Policy

pp. 216-218

The United States and Kashmir: When Less Is More

pp. 219-222