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Edited Volumes and Chapters

November 2016

The Pursuit of Autonomy and South Korea's Atypical Strategic Culture

David C. Kang and Jiun Bang

Edited Volumes and Chapters

This chapter argues that South Korea exhibits a relatively undisputed and enduring strategic culture based on autonomy that only partially corresponds to its relative power, economic wealth, and political system.

November 2016

Realpolitik with Chinese Characteristics: Chinese Strategic Culture and the Modern Communist Party-State

Christopher A. Ford

Edited Volumes and Chapters

This chapter examines the official narrative and ongoing scholarly debates about Chinese strategic culture and assesses the influence of this strategic culture on China’s international behavior.

November 2016

Understanding Strategic Cultures in the Asia-Pacific

Ashley J. Tellis

Edited Volumes and Chapters

This chapter explains the theoretical evolution of the concept of strategic culture and how it can be utilized to understand national decision-making in the United States and selected Asian nations.

November 2016

Russian Strategic Culture in the 21st Century: Redefining the West-East Balance

Isabelle Facon

Edited Volumes and Chapters

This chapter examines the influence of key features of Russia’s strategic culture on its international behavior and discusses the potential for Russia to focus more attention on Asia.

November 2016

Two Strategic Cultures, Two Japans

Alexis Dudden

Edited Volumes and Chapters

This chapter examines the divisions in Japan’s strategic culture and assesses the implications for U.S. security interests.

November 2016

Indonesia's Strategic Culture: The Legacy of Independence

Yohanes Sulaiman

Edited Volumes and Chapters

This chapter analyzes Indonesian strategic culture by examining its origin and underlying logic and assesses the impact on Indonesian foreign policy and civil-military relations.

November 2016

U.S. Strategic Culture: Liberalism with Limited Liability

Colin Dueck

Edited Volumes and Chapters

This chapter analyzes the central components of U.S. strategic culture, considers the historical and contemporary sources of tension in that culture, and assesses their foreign policy implications.

November 2016

The Persistence of Nehruvianism in India's Strategic Culture

Ian Hall

Edited Volumes and Chapters

This chapter analyzes India’s strategic culture in terms of the cultural resources on which its strategic elite draws, the main traditions of strategic thought, and their influence on India’s behavior.

November 2015

Japan’s National Power in a Shifting Global Balance

Michael Auslin

Edited Volumes and Chapters

This chapter argues that Japan has the economic strength, political cohesiveness, and state infrastructure to develop and deploy comparatively significant military capabilities in Asia.

November 2015

Challenges to South Korean Power in the Early 21st Century

Chung Min Lee

Edited Volumes and Chapters

This chapter provides a comprehensive analysis of the national capabilities of the Republic of Korea (ROK), assesses the outlook for its future development, and draws implications for the region and the U.S.

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