restricted access   Number 12, July 2011

Table of Contents


U.S. Re-engagement in Asia

The United States, Southeast Asia, and Asia-Pacific Security

pp. 2-7

The U.S.-Asia Relationship: Questions Going Forward

pp. 8-12

The Four Mutations of Violent Muslim Extremism in Southeast Asia: Some Implications for a Cognitive Immunization Policy

pp. 13-19

China's Rise and the Passing of U.S. Primacy: Australia Debates Its Future

pp. 20-26

American Conspiracy: Strategic Suspicion and U.S. Re-engagement in Asia

pp. 27-31


Human Resources and China's Long Economic Boom

pp. 33-78

Exploring Regime Instability and Ethnic Violence in Kyrgyzstan

pp. 79-98

The New Asianism: Japanese Foreign Policy under the Democratic Party of Japan

pp. 99-129

Policy Q&A

Political Change in the DPRK

pp. 131-139

Book Review Section

Book Review Roundtable

The Influence of Sea Power on China, or the Influence of Mahan on Yoshihara and Holmes?

pp. 142-146

Right Arguments, Wrong Ocean?

pp. 146-148

Is the PLA Navy Channeling Mahan? And Does it Matter?

pp. 149-153

Does Mahan Help Us Understand China's Maritime Strategy?

pp. 153-157

Understanding China's Military Strategy: The Challenge to Researchers

pp. 157-160

Authors' Response: Varieties of Mahanian Experience

pp. 161-168

Review Essay

Is India Ready for Prime Time?

pp. 169-178


Index, 2009–11

pp. 179-190