Regional Perspectives on U.S. Strategic Rebalancing

Regional Perspectives on U.S. Strategic Rebalancing

by Yan Xuetong, Barry Desker, Kitti Prasirtsuk, Peter Jennings, Noboru Yamaguchi, C. Raja Mohan, Chaesung Chun, Abraham M. Denmark, and Alexander Chieh-cheng Huang
January 10, 2013

This Asia Policy roundtable brings together experts in Australia, China, India, Japan, Singapore, South Korea, Taiwan, and Thailand to offer regional perspectives on the U.S. policy of strategic rebalancing toward the Asia-Pacific.


Abraham M. Denmark

Strategic Cooperation without Mutual Trust: A Path Forward for China and the United States
Yan Xuetong

A Japanese Perspective on U.S. Rebalancing toward the Asia-Pacific Region
Noboru Yamaguchi

U.S. Strategic Rebalancing to Asia: South Korea’s Perspective
Chaesung Chun

Taiwan in an Asian “Game of Thrones”
Alexander Chieh-cheng Huang

India: Between “Strategic Autonomy” and “Geopolitical Opportunity”
C. Raja Mohan

The Eagle and the Panda: An Owl’s View from Southeast Asia
Barry Desker

The Implications of U.S. Strategic Rebalancing: A Perspective from Thailand
Kitti Prasirtsuk

The U.S. Rebalance to the Asia-Pacific: An Australian Perspective
Peter Jennings

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