1. Dealing with China: Tough Engagement and Managed Competition
  2. David Shambaugh
  3. pp. 4-12
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  1. U.S.-Japan Relations in a Trump Administration
  2. Sheila A. Smith
  3. pp. 13-20
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  1. Hazards on the Road Ahead: The United States and the Korean Peninsula
  2. Sue Mi Terry
  3. pp. 21-28
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  1. U.S.-Taiwan Relations in the Trump Administration: No Big Fixes Needed
  2. Richard C. Bush
  3. pp. 29-35
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  1. Trump and Putin, Through a Glass Darkly
  2. Kimberly Marten
  3. pp. 36-42
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  1. Avoiding the Labors of Sisyphus: Strengthening U.S.-India Relations in a Trump Administration
  2. Ashley J. Tellis
  3. pp. 43-48
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  1. Pakistan and the United States: A More Turbulent Ride?
  2. Teresita C. Schaffer
  3. pp. 49-56
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  1. U.S.–Southeast Asia Relations: Raised Stakes and Renewed Importance
  2. Brian Harding
  3. pp. 57-62
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  1. The U.S.-Australia Alliance in an Era of Change: Living Complacently?
  2. Michael Clarke
  3. pp. 63-69
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  1. Managing North Korean Nuclear Threats: In Defense of Dialogue and Negotiations
  2. Chung-in Moon
  3. pp. 74-82
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  1. Old Wine in a New Bottle?: China’s Korea Problem
  2. Ren Xiao
  3. pp. 83-89
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  1. Acting on the North Korea Playbook: Japan’s Responses to North Korea’s Provocations
  2. Yasuhiro Izumikawa
  3. pp. 90-96
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  1. Deterring a Nuclear-Armed Adversary in a Contested Regional Order: The “Trilemma” of U.S.–North Korea Relations
  2. Van Jackson
  3. pp. 97-103
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  1. Why Nothing Can Really Be Done about North Korea’s Nuclear Program
  2. Andrei Lankov
  3. pp. 104-110
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  1. Japan’s Coast Guard and Maritime Self-Defense Force in the East China Sea: Can a Black-and-White System Adapt to a Gray-Zone Reality?
  2. Céline Pajon
  3. pp. 111-130
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  1. The Failure of Maritime Sanctions Enforcement against North Korea
  2. Robert Huish
  3. pp. 131-152
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  1. China’s Crony Capitalism: More Than Property Rights
  2. Yan Sun
  3. pp. 154-158
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  1. China Is Corrupt, but There Is More to the Story
  2. David Bachman
  3. pp. 158-162
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  1. A Partial View of China’s Governance Trajectory
  2. Nicholas Calcina Howson
  3. pp. 162-166
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  1. Author’s Response: A Corruption Market More Sophisticated Than You Think
  2. Minxin Pei
  3. pp. 166-173
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  1. Introduction
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  1. Introduction
  2. pp. 72-73
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