Asia Policy 15.2 (April 2020)

Asia Policy 15.2
April 2020

April 29, 2020 ISSN 1559-0968

This issue of Asia Policy features two roundtables, one on the space programs of key states and one on cybersecurity activities and policies in Indo-Pacific countries; an essay on Malaysia-China relations since 2018; an article on a way to address the territorialization of airspace over the East China and South China Seas; and a book review roundtable on Ian Hall’s Modi and the Reinvention of Indian Foreign Policy.


Asia in Space: The Race to the Final Frontier

John M. Logsdon, Kevin Pollpeter, James Clay Moltz, Saadia M. Pekkanen, Hyoung Joon An, Namrata Goswami, Kai-Uwe Schrogl, and Christina Giannopapa


The Future of Cybersecurity across the Asia-Pacific

Adam Segal, Valeriy Akimenko, Keir Giles, Daniel A. Pinkston, James A. Lewis, Benjamin Bartlett, Hsini Huang, and Elina Noor


Malaysia: Navigating between the United States and China

Zachary Abuza


The Territorialization of Airspace in the East and South China Seas: Unraveling the Security Dilemma

Scott Thornbury


Ian Hall’s Modi and the Reinvention of Indian Foreign Policy

Rajesh Rajagopalan, Paul Staniland, Manjari Chatterjee Miller, Constantino Xavier, and Ian Hall

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