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  Number 18, July 2014

Table of Contents


Polar Pursuits: Asia Engages the Arctic

Polar Pursuits: Asia Engages the Arctic

pp. 2-4

The Changing Arctic: New Realities and Players at the Top of the World

pp. 5-13

Asian States in U.S. Arctic Policy: Perceptions and Prospects

pp. 14-21

Canada and the Asian Observers to the Arctic Council: Anxiety and Opportunity

pp. 22-29

Asian Interests in the Arctic: Risks and Gains for Russia

pp. 30-38

The Nordic Embrace: Why the Nordic Countries Welcome Asia to the Arctic Table

pp. 39-45

Beyond the Dragon and the Panda: Understanding China’s Engagement in the Arctic

pp. 46-51

Future-Proofing Japan’s Interests in the Arctic: Scientific Collaboration and a Search for Balance

pp. 52-58

South Korea’s Interests in the Arctic

pp. 59-65

The Arctic Novice: Singapore and the High North

pp. 66-72

India’s Arctic Engagement: Challenges and Opportunities

pp. 73-79


Hajime!—The Causes and Prospects of the New Start in Russian-Japanese Relations

pp. 81-110

Canada’s Role in the Asia-Pacific Rebalance: Prospects for Cooperation

pp. 111-130

Regional Cybersecurity: Moving Toward a Resilient ASEAN Cybersecurity Regime

pp. 131-159

Book Review Roundtable

Elizabeth C. Economy and Michael Levi’s
By All Means Necessary:
How China’s Resource Quest Is Changing the World

Don’t Panic! China and the Second Energy Revolution

pp. 161-165

How China’s Resource Quest Is Changing China

pp. 166-168

Resources for Change

pp. 169-173

Shedding Light on the Study of Energy Security

pp. 174-176

Authors’ Response: The Continuing Evolution of China’s Resource Quest

pp. 177-180

Book Review Essay

Ending the Strategic Holiday: U.S. Grand Strategy and a “Rising” China

pp. 181-189


Index, 2012–14

pp. 191-201

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