Number 15, January 2013

Table of Contents

Roundtables

Regional Perspectives on U.S. Strategic Rebalancing

Introduction

pp. 2-3
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Strategic Cooperation without Mutual Trust: A Path Forward for China and the United States

pp. 4-6
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A Japanese Perspective on U.S. Rebalancing toward the Asia-Pacific Region

pp. 7-12
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U.S. Strategic Rebalancing to Asia: South Korea's Perspective

pp. 13-17
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Taiwan in an Asian "Game of Thrones"

pp. 18-20
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India: Between "Strategic Autonomy" and "Geopolitical Opportunity"

pp. 21-25
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The Eagle and the Panda: An Owl's View from Southeast Asia

pp. 26-30
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The Implications of U.S. Strategic Rebalancing: A Perspective from Thailand

pp. 31-37
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The U.S. Rebalance to the Asia-Pacific: An Australian Perspective

pp. 38-44
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Northeast Asia’s New Leaders and the Challenges Ahead

Introduction

pp. 46-48
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Leadership Changes and Japan in 2012-13

pp. 49-55
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China's Leadership Change and Its Implications for Foreign Relations

pp. 56-61
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North Korean Exceptionalism and South Korean Conventionalism: Prospects for a Reverse Formulation?

pp. 62-68
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Articles

Balancing Rivals: India's Tightrope between Iran and the United States

pp. 69-88
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China's Participation in Global Governance from a Comparative Perspective

pp. 89-114
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Toward a Universal Japan: Taking a Harder Look at Japanese Soft Power

pp. 115-126
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Book Review Roundtable

Jing Sun: Japan and China as Charm Rivals: Soft Power in Regional Diplomacy

Who's the Most Charming in Asian Regional Diplomacy?

pp. 128-131
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Soft Power: Resonating with the Preferences of a Target Country?

pp. 132-134
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Soft Power and Leadership in East Asia

pp. 134-137
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China's Charm Offensive—Frustrations and Implications

pp. 138-141
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Same Bed, Different Dreams: China and Japan as Soft-Power Rivals

pp. 141-145
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Soft-Power Diplomacy: A New Perspective on the Study of Chinese and Japanese Foreign Policy

pp. 145-148
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The Journey Home: How to House Soft Power in Mainstream IR Scholarship

pp. 148-154
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