Asia-Pacific

Strategic partnerships: Helping or hindering security?

Strategic partnerships are more flexible and potentially less destabilizing for Asian security than formal alliances. Yet, as David Envall and Ian Hall ask, does such flexibility come with a cost?

Security Politics in the Asia-Pacific: A Regional-Global Nexus?

William T. Tow, ed., Security Politics in the Asia-Pacific: A Regional-Global Nexus? Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2009.

Bilateral Perspectives on Regional Security Australia, Japan and the Asia-Pacific Region

William T. Tow and Rikki Kersten, eds, Bilateral Perspectives on Regional Security Australia, Japan and the Asia-Pacific Region, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2012.

Pursuing US Strategic Interests in the Asia-Pacific: Pivoting Away From Disorder?

Published in John R. Deni, ed., Augmenting Our Influence: Alliance Revitalization and Partner Development, Carlisle, PA: United States Army War College Press, 2014, pp. 9-51.

America's Emerging Choices in Asia

William T. Tow, ‘America’s Emerging Choices in Asia’, ISEAS Perspective, 2016(45), 16 August 2016.

US Public Diplomacy in the Asia-Pacific: Opportunities and Challenges in a Time of Transition

Sarah Ellen Graham, ‘US Public Diplomacy in the Asia-Pacific: Opportunities and Challenges in a Time of Transition’, IR Working Paper 2007/6, Canberra: Department of International

Obstinate or Obsolete? The US Alliance Structure in the Asia-Pacific

William T. Tow and Amitav Acharya, ‘Obstinate or Obsolete?

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