1. Introduction
  2. Zi Yang
  3. pp. 2-4
  4. DOI: 10.1353/asp.2021.0000
  5. restricted access
    • View HTML View
    • Download PDF Download
    contents
  1. China's Shift from Civil-Military Integration to Military-Civil Fusion
  2. Richard A. Bitzinger
  3. pp. 5-24
  4. DOI: 10.1353/asp.2021.0001
  5. restricted access
    • View HTML View
    • Download PDF Download
    contents
  1. China's Military-Civil Fusion and Military Procurement
  2. Yoram Evron
  3. pp. 25-44
  4. DOI: 10.1353/asp.2021.0002
  5. restricted access
    • View HTML View
    • Download PDF Download
    contents
  1. Opening Up While Closing Up: Balancing China's State Secrecy Needs and Military-Civil Fusion
  2. Zi Yang
  3. pp. 45-64
  4. DOI: 10.1353/asp.2021.0003
  5. restricted access
    • View HTML View
    • Download PDF Download
    contents
  1. Adapting or Atrophying? China's Belt and Road after the Covid-19 Pandemic
  2. Min Ye
  3. pp. 65-95
  4. DOI: 10.1353/asp.2021.0004
  5. restricted access
    • View HTML View
    • Download PDF Download
    contents
  1. Pyongyang's Failure: Explaining North Korea's Inability to Normalize Diplomatic Relations with the United States
  2. Ramon Pacheco Pardo
  3. pp. 97-127
  4. DOI: 10.1353/asp.2021.0005
  5. restricted access
    • View HTML View
    • Download PDF Download
    contents
  1. ASEAN's Limited Centrality in Connectivity: Managing Infrastructure Competition between China and Japan
  2. Barbora Valockova
  3. pp. 129-153
  4. DOI: 10.1353/asp.2021.0006
  5. restricted access
    • View HTML View
    • Download PDF Download
    contents
  1. Indonesia between the United States and China in a Post-Covid-19 World Order
  2. Yohanes Sulaiman, Mariane Delanova, Rama Daru Jati
  3. pp. 155-178
  4. DOI: 10.1353/asp.2021.0007
  5. restricted access
    • View HTML View
    • Download PDF Download
    contents
  1. A Race to the Bottom: Strong States and the Delusion of Proxy Warfare
  2. Tamanna Salikuddin
  3. pp. 180-184
  4. DOI: 10.1353/asp.2021.0008
  5. restricted access
    • View HTML View
    • Download PDF Download
    contents
  1. Outsourcing Violence in South Asia: More a Low-Risk Certitude Than a Gamble for the State
  2. Rashmi Singh
  3. pp. 185-189
  4. DOI: 10.1353/asp.2021.0009
  5. restricted access
    • View HTML View
    • Download PDF Download
    contents
  1. The Proxies That Countries Keep
  2. Samir Puri
  3. pp. 190-192
  4. DOI: 10.1353/asp.2021.0010
  5. restricted access
    • View HTML View
    • Download PDF Download
    contents
  1. Author's Response: Reconsidering How We Think about Proxies
  2. Yelena Biberman
  3. pp. 193-196
  4. DOI: 10.1353/asp.2021.0011
  5. restricted access
    • View HTML View
    • Download PDF Download
    contents