1. India and China at Sea: A Contest of Status and Legitimacy in the Indian Ocean
  2. David Brewster
  3. pp. 4-10
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  1. China’s Emerging Indo-Pacific Naval Strategy
  2. You Ji
  3. pp. 11-19
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  1. The Maritime Silk Road and India: The Challenge of Overcoming Cognitive Divergence
  2. Zhu Li
  3. pp. 20-26
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  1. New Delhi at Sea: The China Factor in the Indian Ocean Policy of the Modi and Singh Governments
  2. Pramit Pal Chaudhuri
  3. pp. 27-34
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  1. India’s Strategic Imperatives in the Asian Commons
  2. Abhijit Singh
  3. pp. 35-40
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  1. India’s Response to China’s Naval Presence in the Indian Ocean
  2. Raja Menon
  3. pp. 41-48
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  1. Expanding India’s Maritime Domain Awareness in the Indian Ocean
  2. Darshana M. Baruah
  3. pp. 49-55
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  1. Diverging Perceptions of China’s Emergence as an Indian Ocean Power
  2. John W. Garver
  3. pp. 56-60
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  1. The Western Indo-Pacific: India, China, and the Terms of Engagement
  2. Rory Medcalf
  3. pp. 61-67
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  1. The ADMM-Plus: Regionalism That Works?
  2. See Seng Tan
  3. pp. 70-75
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  1. ASEAN and the ADMM-Plus: Balancing between Strategic Imperatives and Functionality
  2. Siew Mun Tang
  3. pp. 76-82
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  1. A Pragmatic Partner: Australia and the ADMM-Plus
  2. Brendan Taylor
  3. pp. 83-88
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  1. ASEAN’s Defense Diplomacy and China’s Military Diplomacy
  2. Penghong Cai
  3. pp. 89-95
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  1. The Significance of the ADMM-Plus: A Perspective from India
  2. Udai Bhanu Singh
  3. pp. 96-101
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  1. Anchoring Diversified Security Cooperation in the ADMM-Plus: A Japanese Perspective
  2. Ken Jimbo
  3. pp. 102-106
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  1. New Zealand’s Interests in the ADMM-Plus: Multilateralism, Practical Cooperation, and a Rules-Based Regional Order
  2. David Capie
  3. pp. 107-113
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  1. A Russian Perspective on the Relevance and Challenges of the ADMM-Plus
  2. Victor Sumsky
  3. pp. 114-116
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  1. A South Korean Perspective on the Potential Contributions and Limitations of the ADMM-Plus
  2. Lee Jaehyon
  3. pp. 117-122
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  1. The ADMM-Plus and the U.S. Department of Defense: Beyond the “Talk Shop” Paradigm
  2. Kurt Leffler
  3. pp. 123-129
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  1. A Global People’s Liberation Army: Possibilities, Challenges, and Opportunities
  2. Kristen Gunness, Oriana Skylar Mastro
  3. pp. 131-155
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  1. China’s Evolving Approach to Economic Diplomacy
  2. Timothy R. Heath
  3. pp. 157-191
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  1. Securitizing the TPP in Japan: Policymaking Structure and Discourse
  2. Aurelia George Mulgan
  3. pp. 193-221
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  1. Putin’s Ideology of Multipolarism
  2. Kimberly Marten
  3. pp. 224-226
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  1. A New Russia Framework for the New Order
  2. Agnia Grigas
  3. pp. 226-230
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  1. Bringing Order Out of Chaos: Russia’s Aspirations to Greatness
  2. Charles E. Ziegler
  3. pp. 230-234
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  1. The Russia We Have
  2. Olga Oliker
  3. pp. 234-237
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  1. The Russian Dream: Power without Substance
  2. Michael Kofman
  3. pp. 237-241
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  1. Author’s Response: Russia and the New World Disorder—One Year Later
  2. Bobo Lo
  3. pp. 241-248
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  1. Introduction
  2. pp. 2-3
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