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  Volume 32, Number 2, Summer-Fall 2012

Table of Contents


pp. 1-2


Can America “Lose” in the Globalization Game?

pp. 3-15

A Modest Approach for Effective Multilateral Institutions

pp. 17-25

Of Note

Russia in the G20: ‘Bearly’ Fitting In?

pp. 27-32

Towards Greater Fiscal Union?: The Context and Precedent for Joint European Bonds

pp. 33-40

A Transformed Turkey: What is the Role for Ankara as a Regional Power?

pp. 41-50

China’s Conflict between Economic and Political Liberalization

pp. 51-63

China Buys into Afghanistan

pp. 65-84

Suriname and the Chinese: Timber, Migration, and Less-Told Stories of Globalization

pp. 85-97

Rising Powers, Rising Tensions: The Troubled China-India Relationship

pp. 99-108

Engagement and Hedging: Japan’s Strategy toward China

pp. 109-119

Stress Test for the U.S.-Japan Alliance under the Democratic Party of Japan

pp. 121-135

Political Transition in Burma: Four Scenarios in the Run-Up to the 2015 Elections

pp. 137-149

Risky Politics: Repression and Resistance in Slavic Autocracies

pp. 151-162

Of Note

Autocrats Beat Anarchy

pp. 163-167

The Springboard to Dictatorship and the Arab Spring in the Context of Additive and Subtractive Globalization: A Psychological Assessment

pp. 169-182

Understanding Kyoto’s Failure

pp. 183-196

The Counter-Revolutionary Industrial Revolution Ahead

pp. 197-210

Book Reviews

Pacific Realliances and the Future of U.S. Interests in China and Japan

pp. 211-215

A Revolution in Communications: Democratization and the Growth of Cyberspace

pp. 217-220

No Silver Bullet in Sight: The Paths and Pitfalls of Police Reform in Mexico

pp. 221-224

Strategic Competition and the Next American Century

pp. 225-227

The SAIS Review Prize

Photo Essay

Many Chinas: An Excursion into the Heart of Xinjiang

pp. 229-240

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