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Books on key security issues
With a clear-sighted, and much-needed, analysis of the fraught balance of power in the South China Sea, Sarah Raine and Christian Le Mière make a compelling case that the course of these disputes will determine whether the regional order in Southeast Asia is one of cooperation, or one of competition and even conflict.
Toby Dodge delves into Iraq's precarious security situation, tangled political settlement and weak institutions to ask if this strategically important country can avoid sliding back to authoritarian rule or civil war.
Sharp and timely analysis of the major Asia-Pacific powers: the US, China, India and Japan.
How real is the risk of inter-state conflict in this volatile region?
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