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  • Managing Great Power Politics: ASEAN, Institutional Strategy and the South China Sea

    In his book, Managing Great Power Politics: ASEAN, Institutional Strategy and the South China Sea, Kei Koga examines the role of non-great powers in regional security institutions. He does so by exploring the ‘institutional strategies that ASEAN and ASEAN-led institutions have employed to manage great power politics in the South China Sea’ (SCS) (p.vii).

    May-June 2023

    India–China relations: politics of resources, identity and authority in a multipolar world order

    Jagannath P. Panda’s India–China Relations: Politics of Resources, Identity and Authority in a Multipolar World Order is a welcome addition among the plethora of scholarship available on India–China relations, by bringing analysis of the bilateral relationship into the second decade of the 21st century.

    May 2017

    India–South Korea Relations and the Emerging Regional Architecture

    South Korean president Park Geun-hye visited India in January 2014 after India and South Korea marked 40 years of diplomatic relations the previous year.1 These developments symbolise a burgeoning relationship between two of Asia’s leading economies and democracies. However, they have added significance as Asia undergoes a shift in the strategic balance of power.

    July 2014

    Embedding India in Asia: Reaffirming the Indo-Pacific Concept

    The emergence of the Indo-Pacific as a new geopolitical frame of reference is embedded in the growing strategic importance of the maritime domain and the rise of states that have demonstrated the ability to ‘transcend’ their respective subregions. However, the Indo-Pacific remains a concept in its infancy, as evidenced by the fact that it continues to compete with alternative conceptions of regional space in Asia.

    October 2014