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The End of the Asian Century
Michael Auslin | AEI
While largely peaceful on the surface, Asia is riddled with threats, including economic stagnation, political unrest, and growing military tensions. Michael Auslin’s latest AEIdeas blog teases one of the main conclusions of his new book The End of the Asian Century: “If we wish to avoid the catastrophic consequences of a war in Asia or a widespread economic collapse, we need to understand the diversity of risks the region faces and begin thinking about how to manage those risks.” Read more here.
But what if an economic or security crisis erupted in Asia? Auslin writes in an excerpt from The End of the Asian Century appearing in The National Interest that “it would reverberate around our increasingly interconnected world. . . . The number one priority for the countries of the Asia-Paciﬁc, and the rest of the world, over the coming decade is managing and mitigating the risks that threaten the Asian Century.” Read more here.
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