Indo-Pacific Security: Us-China Rivalry and Regional States' Responses (Hardcover)

Indo-Pacific Security: Us-China Rivalry and Regional States' Responses By Nicholas Kay Siang Khoo (Editor), Germana Nicklin (Editor), Alexander C. Tan (Editor) Cover Image

Indo-Pacific Security: Us-China Rivalry and Regional States' Responses (Hardcover)

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Following the 2008 Beijing Olympics and Global Financial Crisis, China's foreign policy shifted to become more assertive, effecting a systematic deterioration in the US-China relationship. In 2017, the US' China policy shifted from that of 'engagement' to 'strategic competition' under Trump - a policy which has remained under the Biden administration.


Indo-Pacific Security: US-China Rivalry and Regional States' Responses explores how states in the Indo-Pacific region have had to adjust to the reality and implications of this growing great power rivalry. In the process, this book fills a gap in the area studies, international relations, and security studies literature. It provides a compelling account of the trajectory of US-China relations while illuminating the varied responses of regional states: from Australia, India and Japan, to South Korea, Thailand, Taiwan, and Pacific Island states.

Product Details ISBN: 9781800614840
ISBN-10: 1800614845
Publisher: World Scientific Publishing Europe Ltd
Publication Date: January 18th, 2024
Pages: 192
Language: English