US in Asia Pacific
Southeast Asia: A Three-Pronged US Strategy
Vivek Mishra · 27 May, 2014 · 4465
The intertwined nature of the post-Cold War geopolitics that comprises economics and strategy, rise of a competitive-cum-aggressive China, and a regional involvement riveted on multilateralism has transformed the US’ role in the Sou ...
Rebalancing: Implications of Japan’s Response
Md Farijuddin Khan · 21 May, 2014 · 4462
Unlike the US or other great powers that focus on maintaining the ideological status quo or promoting an alternative world order, Japan’s interests in advancing the rebalancing strategy mainly focuses on the Japanese foreign policy ...
Rebalancing: Part of its Grand Strategy?
Simi Mehta · 16 May, 2014 · 4443
In order to bolster the role of the US in the Asia-Pacific, the Obama administration has identified the region as part of its geostrategic priority by announcing its ‘pivot to Asia’ strategy. The ‘pivot to Asia’ wa ...
Rebalancing: A Complex Triangle
Kimberley Anne Nazareth · 14 May, 2014 · 4440
The recent crises that have engulfed the international community such as in Syria and now Crimea have raised questions regarding the US commitment to its rebalance in the Asia-Pacific. The visits of Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel and Pr ...
Rebalancing: Australia's Middle Way Approach
Obja Borah Hazarika · 14 May, 2014 · 4439
The US ...
Rebalancing: China’s Concerns and Responses
Gaurav Kumar Jha · 14 May, 2014 · 4438
The US, which is currently winding up its operations from Afghanistan, calls the restructuring and reallocation of its resources towards the Asia Pacific as the ...
Rebalancing: Nature of New Alliances
Amrita Banerjee · 14 May, 2014 · 4437
The post-War order in Asia has rested on the presence and predictability of the US power anchored in a network of military alliances and partnerships. While the countries in the region welcomed this originally, today, these equations have ...
Rebalancing: An Instrument of Economic Diplomacy
Urbi Das · 14 May, 2014 · 4436
After prolonged engagements in Afghanistan and Iraq, the US has finally made a move to renew its commitment towards Asia, which has always been an arena of US strategic and economic interest. The Asian rebalancing strategy highlights the ...
Rebalancing: Where Does India Figure?
Monish Tourangbam · 14 May, 2014 · 4435
Although the US government has tried to soften the China element in its rebalancing strategy, it remains ubiquitous, with Beijing undoubtedly seeing it as a ‘China containment’ policy. The centrality of India’s role in t ...
India-US: DTTI and India's Quest for Self Reliance
Shreya Upadhyay · 30 Apr, 2014 · 4417
A recent SIPRI report states that India continues to be the world’s largest arms importer while the US, the biggest supplier. Though it does not paint a happy picture about the ‘patron-client’ relati ...