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  • June 2012
    Vol.7 No.2
    Russia Looks East:
    What Does It Mean for Asia?
    Letter to Readers
  • Cover Story
    Russia Looks East: What Does It Mean for Asia?

    Long thought of as a ‘distant neighbor’ by Asian nations, Russia under the leadership of President Vladimir Putin is engaged in an effort to turn the country Eastward to engage Asia’s fast-growing economies. The move presents great opportunities to the region, but could also reshape the geopolitics of Asia.

  • The Debate
    Should the US Consider Redeploying Tactical Nukes in South Korea?
    • Seongwhun Cheon
      A Tactical Step That Makes Sense for South Korea

      For more than two decades now, South Koreans have watched as negotiations repeatedly failed to end North Korea's development of nuclear weapons. Redeploying US tactical nukes would change the strategic dynamics entirely and at last enable a breakthrough.

    • Peter Hayes
      Loose Lips Sink Ships, So Cut the Nuke Talk

      Frustration at North Korea fuelled a recent attempt by US lawmakers to secure support to redeploy US nukes in South Korea. But the plan is out of touch with political and military realities, and it runs the grave risk of making the situation worse.

  • Features
  • Book Reviews
    • Emily Parker
      Pulling the Curtain Back on the Kremlin

      Former BBC correspondent Angus Roxburgh's The Strongman: Vladimir Putin and the Struggle for Russia dissects Putin's remarkable emergence and his administration's inner workings. Reviewed by Emily Parker.

    • Mihoko Kato
      Russia Looks South As Well As East

      ASEAN-Russia: Foundations and Future Prospects is the third in a series of volumes to emerge from the ASEAN-Russia Conference. Reviewed by Mihoko Kato

    • John Delury, Chung-in Moon
      A Roundup of Recent Titles

      Short Reviews of Pakistan on the Brink: The Future of America, Pakistan and Afghanistan by Ahmed Rashid; No One's World: The West, The Rising Rest, and the Coming Global Turn by Charles A. Kupchan, etc.

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