タイトルAsia (IISS) (Critical Themes in Contemporary Security)
著者・編者;IISS 編集
出版社;Routledge
出版年;2015年
ISBN;9781138119086
テキストリンクamazon

内容紹介

Asia: Critical Themes in Contemporary Security is new four volume collection featuring the key articles on the region published in Survival, the International Institute for Strategic Studies’ bi-monthly journal, one of the world’s leading forums for analysis and debate of international and strategic affairs.

Covering both East Asia and South Asia this is an ambitious and wide-ranging collection, covering a vast region of pivotal importance that continues to be a theatre for the power-plays of grand strategy. Articles by key and influential figures including, Coral Bell, Robert Scalpino and Robert Zoelllick, explore the shifts in the global order, including anxiety about the role of the United States and the rise of China, look at resources and energy supply in the region as well as nuclear weapons and the arms race. Including an introduction and a full index, this collection will provide provocative, thoughtful and expert insight for both the student and scholar alike.

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Asia: Critical Themes in Contemporary Security
Volume 1
Contents
Acknowledgements
Introduction
Part 1: China
  1. David Shambaugh, ‘Growing strong: China's challenge to Asian security’, Survival, 36, 02, 1995, pages 43-59. 
  2. David S. G. Goodman, ‘Are Asia's ‘Ethnic Chinese’ a regional‐security threat?’, Survival, 39, 04, 1997, pages 140-155. 
  3. Joseph S. Nye, ‘China's re‐emergence and the future of the Asia‐Pacific’, Survival, 39, 04, 1997, pages 65-79. 
  4. J. Miles, ‘Chinese nationalism, US policy and Asian security’, Survival, 42, 04, 2000, pages 51-72. 
  5. Lanxin Xiang, ‘China's Eurasian Experiment’, Survival, 46, 02, 2004, pages 109-121. 
Part 2: Country 
  1. Focus J. D. B. Miller, ‘Australia and Asia’, Survival, 11, 08, 1969, pages 250-258. 
  2. Shahram Chubin, ‘Iran: Between the Arab West and the Asian East’, Survival, 16, 04, 1974, pages 172-182. 
  3. M. Reiss and K. Campbell, ‘Korean changes, Asian challenges and the US role’, Survival, 43, 01, 2001, pages 53-70. 
  4. Vicken Cheterian, ‘Kyrgyzstan: Central Asia’s Island of Instability’, Survival, 52, 05, 2010, pages 21-27. 
  5. Yogesh Joshi and Frank O’Donnell, ‘India’s Submarine Deterrent and Asian Nuclear Proliferation’, Survival, 56, 04, 2014, pages 157-174. 
Part 3: Economic Focus 
  1. Robert B. Zoellick, ‘Economics and Security in the Changing Asia‐Pacific’, Survival, 39, 04, 1997, pages 29-51. 
  2. S. Sharma, ‘Asia's economic crisis and the IMF’, Survival, 40, 02, 1998, pages 27-52. 
  3. P. Dibb and D. Hale and P. Prince, ‘The strategic implications of Asia's economic crisis’, Survival, 40, 02, 1998, pages 5-26. 
Volume 2 Contents Acknowledgements 
 Part 4: Russia and Eurasia 
  1. ‘Russia and Asia’, Survival, 11, 08, 1969, pages 249-250. 
  2. Paul Dibb, ‘Soviet capabilities, interests and strategies in East Asia in the 1980s’, Survival, 24, 04, 1982, pages 155-162. 
  3. Roland Dannreuther, ‘Russia, Central Asia and the Persian Gulf’, Survival, 35, 04, 1993, pages 92-112. 
  4. S. Mikoyan, ‘Russia, the US and regional conflict in Eurasia’, Survival, 40, 03, 1998, pages 112-126. 
  5. A. Friedberg, ‘Will Europe's past be Asia's future?’, Survival, 42, 03, 2000, pages 147-160. 
  6. Lyle Goldstein and Vitaly Kozyrev, ‘Eurasian Pipelines and Russian Power’, Survival, 48, 01, 2006, pages 163-178. 
  7. Jonathan Holslag, ‘The Eurasian Sea’, Survival, 55, 04, 2013, pages 155-176. 
  8. Alexander Lukin, ‘Eurasian Integration and the Clash of Values’, Survival, 56, 03, 2014, pages 43-60. 
Part 5: South East Asia  
  1. Denis Warner, ‘A line in S.E. Asia?’, Survival, 06, 06, 1964, pages 266-270. 
  2. Prince Norodom Sihanouk, ‘Cambodia, China and S.E. Asia’, Survival, 06, 05, 1964, pages 242-243. 
  3. Henry Brandon, ‘The dilemma of S.E. Asia’, Survival, 07, 01, 1965, pages 38-40. 
  4. Neville Brown, ‘Disengaging in South‐East Asia’, Survival, 08, 08, 1966, pages 256-260. 
  5. Coral Bell, ‘South‐East Asia minus Britain’, Survival, 10, 03, 1968, pages 73-75. 
  6. Soedjatmoko, ‘South‐East Asia and security’, Survival, 11, 10, 1969, pages 302-306. 
  7. Richard Harris, ‘How the Chinese view South‐East Asia’, Survival, 12, 11, 1970, pages 369-371. 
  8. ‘South‐East Asia peace talks’, Survival, 12, 12, 1970, pages 423-424. 
  9. Peter Polomka, ‘Indonesia and the stability of South‐East Asia’, Survival, 15, 03, 1973, pages 111-118. 
  10. Michael Leifer, ‘The security of sea‐lanes in South‐East Asia’, Survival, 25, 01, 1983, pages 16-24. 
  11. Sumit Ganguly, ‘Ethno‐religious conflict in South Asia’, Survival, 35, 02, 1993, pages 88-109. 
  12. Sandy Gordon, ‘Resources and instability in South Asia’, Survival, 35, 02, 1993, pages 66-87. 
  13. Brahma Chellaney, ‘The challenge of nuclear arms control in South Asia’, Survival, 35, 03, 1993, pages 121-136. 
  14. Raju G. C. Thomas, ‘Secessionist movements in South Asia’, Survival, 36, 02, 1994, pages 92-114. 
  15. Malcolm Chalmers, ‘Openness and security policy in South‐East Asia’, Survival, 38, 03, 1996, pages 82-98. 
  16. David Dewitt and Brian Bow, ‘Proliferation management in South‐East Asia’, Survival, 38, 03, 1996, pages 67-81. 
  17. Tim Huxley, review of ‘Militant Islam in Southeast Asia. Crucible of Terror Zachary Abuza. Boulder, CO and London: Lynne Rienner Publishers, 2003. £14.50. 279 pp.’, Survival, 46, 03, 2004, page 184. 
  18. Bruce Riedel, ‘South Asia’s Nuclear Decade’, Survival, 50, 02, 2008, pages 107-126. 
  19. Christian Le Mière, ‘Rebalancing the Burden in East Asia’, Survival, 55, 02, 2013, pages 31-41. 
Volume 3 Contents Acknowledgements 
 Part 6: Security Focus 
  1. Chalmers Johnson, ‘Guerrilla warfare in Asia’, Survival, 10, 10, 1968, pages 318-326. 
  2. Soedjatmoko, ‘The role of the major powers in the east Asian‐pacific region’, Survival, 14, 01, 1972, pages 28-38. 
  3. Rajan Menon and Henri J. Barkey, ‘The transformation of Central Asia: Implications for regional and international security’, Survival, 34, 04, 1992, pages 68-89. 
  4. Barry Buzan and Gerald Segal, ‘Rethinking East Asian security’, Survival, 36, 02, 1994, pages 3-21. 
  5. Denny Roy, ‘Assessing the Asia‐Pacific ‘power vacuum’’, Survival, 37, 03, 1995, pages 45-60. 
  6. Ken Ross, ‘Asia and the security of the South Pacific's Island states’, Survival, 38, 03, 1996, pages 129-143. 
  7. Yoichi Funabashi, ‘Bridging Asia's economics‐security gap’, Survival, 38, 04, 1996, pages 101-116. 
  8. Rajan Menon, ‘Japan‐Russia relations and North‐east Asian security’, Survival, 38, 02, 1996, pages 59-78. 
  9. Susan Willett, ‘East Asia's changing defence industry’, Survival, 39, 03, 1997, pages 107-134. 
  10. Paul Stares and Nicolas Regaud, ‘Europe's role in Asia‐Pacific security’, Survival, 39, 04, 1997, pages 117-139. 
  11. Dong‐Ik Shin and Gerald Segal, ‘Getting serious about Asia‐Europe security cooperation’, Survival, 39, 01, 1997, pages 138-155. 
  12. Michael Green, ‘How dangerous is Asia's future?’, Survival, 39, 03, 1997, pages 167-171. 
  13. Paul Dibb, ‘The revolution in military affairs and Asian security’, Survival, 39, 04, 1997, pages 93-116. 
  14. T. Delpech, ‘Nuclear weapons and the 'new world order': early warning from Asia?’, Survival, 40, 04, 1998, pages 57-76. 
  15. R. Bronson and R. Bhatty, ‘NATO's mixed signals in the Caucasus and Central Asia’, Survival, 42, 03, 2000, pages 129-146. 
  16. Brendan Taylor, review of ‘Bare Branches: The Security Implications of Asia's Surplus Male 
  17. Population Valerie M. Hudson and Andrea M. den Boer, BCSIA Studies in International Security, Cambridge, MA: The MIT Press, 2004. 400pp. £22.95/$35.’, Survival, 46, 04, 2004, page 198 
  18. Tim Huxley, ‘The tsunami and security: Asia's 9/11?’, Survival, 47, 01, 2005, pages 123-132. 
  19. Richard A. Bitzinger and Barry Desker, ‘Why East Asian War is Unlikely’, Survival, 50, 06, 2008, pages 105-128. 
  20. Hugh White, ‘Why war in Asia remains thinkable’, Survival, 50, 06, 2008, pages 85-104. 
  21. Yukio Okamoto, ‘Great-Power Relations in Asia: A Japanese Perspective’, Survival, 51, 06, 2009, pages 29-35. 
  22. Christian Le Miere, ‘Policing the Waves Maritime Paramilitaries in the Asia-Pacific’, Survival, 53, 01, 2011, pages 133-146. 
  23. Pierre Noël, ‘Asia’s Energy Supply and Maritime Security, Survival, 56, 03, 2014, pages 201-216. 
  24. Oriana Skylar Mastro, ‘The Problems of the Liberal Peace in Asia’, Survival, 56, 02, 2014, pages 129-158. 
Volume 4 Contents Acknowledgements 
 Part 7: Study of Asia  
  1. The Economist, ‘Asia for the Asians’, Survival, 08, 10, 1966, pages 313-326. 
  2. Coral Bell, ‘Towards a stable Asia’, Survival, 08, 06, 1966, pages 188-194. 
  3. David P. Mozingo, ‘Containment in Asia’, Survival, 09, 07, 1967, pages 227-236. 
  4. The Economist, ‘The Balkans of Asia’, Survival, 10, 09, 1968, pages 292-293. 
  5. David Housego, ‘Central Asia: The implications of domestic change’, Survival, 21, 01, 1979, pages 30-32. 
  6. ‘Crises in Asia’, Survival, 22, 04, 1980, pages 176-179. 
  7. ‘Crises in Asia’, Survival, 23, 03, 1981, pages 127-129. 
  8. Chris Patten, ‘Asian values and Asian success’, Survival, 38, 02, 1996, pages 5-12. 
  9. Alan Dupont, ‘Is there an ‘Asian way'?’, Survival, 38, 02, 1996, pages 13-34. 
  10. Mark J. Valencia, ‘Energy and insecurity in Asia’, Survival, 39, 03, 1997, pages 85-106. 
  11. Kyung‐Won Kim, ‘Maintaining Asia's Current Peace’, Survival, 39, 04, 1997, pages 52-64. 
  12. Amitav Acharya, ‘A Concert of Asia?’, Survival, 41, 03, 1999, pages 84-101. 
  13. Paul Dibb, David D. Hale and Peter Prince, ‘Asia's Insecurity’, Survival, 41, 03, 1999, pages 5-20. 
  14. Robert A. Manning and James J. Przystup, ‘Asia's Transition Diplomacy: Hedging Against Futureshock’, Survival, 41, 03, 1999, pages 43-67. 
  15. R. Manning, ‘The Asian energy predicament’, Survival, 42, 03, 2000, pages 73-88. 
  16. Y. Funabashi, ‘Asia's Digital Challenge’, Survival, 44, 01, 2002, pages 135-144. 
  17. Rajan Menon, ‘The New Great Game in Central Asia’, Survival, 45, 02, 2003, pages 187-204. 
  18. Brahma Chellaney, ‘Asia’s Worsening Water Crisis’, Survival, 54, 02, 2012, pages 143-156. 
  19. Christian Le Mière, ‘The Spectre of an Asian Arms Race’, Survival, 56, 01, 2014, pages 139-156. 
Part 8: The United States and Asia Richard 
  1. Lowenthal, ‘America's Asian commitment’, Survival, 07, 08, 1965, pages 278-295. 
  2. Patrick Gordon Walker, ‘Has the West a place in Asia?’, Survival, 07, 08, 1965, pages 301-304. 
  3. Robert A. Scalapino, ‘The US and East Asia: Views and policies in a changing era’, Survival, 24, 04, 1982, pages 146-155. 
  4. Thomas P. Thornton, ‘The United States and south Asia’, Survival, 35, 02, 1993, pages 110-128. 
  5. Stephen A. Cambone, ‘The United States and theatre missile defence in North‐East Asia’, Survival, 39, 03, 1997, pages 66-84. 
  6. C. Johnstone, ‘Strained alliance: US-Japan diplomacy in the Asian financial crisis’, Survival, 41, 02, 1999, pages 121-138. 
  7. Michael Yahuda, review of ‘The United States in the Asia-Pacific since 1945’, Roger Buckley. Cambridge University Press, 2002. £16.95. 258 pp’, Survival, 45, 02, 2003, pages 211-212. 
  8. Phillip C. Saunders, ‘The United States and East Asia after Iraq’, Survival, 49 , 01, 2007, pages 141-152. 
  9. Christian Le Miere, ‘America’s Pivot to East Asia: The Naval Dimension’, Survival, 54, 03, 2012, pages 81-94. 
  10. Nick Bisley and Andrew Phillips, ‘A Rebalance To Where?: US Strategic Geography in Asia’, Survival, 55, 05, 2013, pages 95-114.