The Indian Journal of Asian Affairs (IJAA), launched in 1988, is a bi-annual, peer-reviewed journal, published in June and December.
Devoted to an objective analysis of important contemporary and current Asian affairs, it covers theoretical, empirical, historical and policy issues from a wide range of perspectives and critical appraisals within a multidisciplinary framework.
IJAA is committed to generating debate, dialogue and discourses in the field of foreign policy, defense, security, peace, conflict and development, bearing upon "Asia and the world." It welcomes articles, essays and short research notes from scholars engaged in multiple disciplines in order to offer new findings, new interpretations and innovative approaches to problems and issues confronting the Asian region.
Vol.29, No.1-2, June-December 2016
Upward Graph in Strategic Ties Between India and the United States:
Implications for Asian Security Architecture
B.M. Jain 1
India-Japan Relations and Asia’s Emerging Geopolitics
Vinay Kaura 17
The Obama Administration and Southeast Asia: Dynamics of
a New Engagement
Hang Nguyen 39
China's Compliance with the WTO: A Critical Examination
Romi Jain 57
South China Sea and India’s Geopolitical Interests
Nandini Jawli 85
Hong Kong and Bollywood in the Global Soft Power Contest
Satish Kolluri & Joseph Tse-Hei Lee 101
China Orders the World (eds.) by William A. Callahan
& Elena Barabantseva
B.M. Jain 113
The Politics of Counterterrorism in India
by Prem Mahadevan
B.M. Jain 114
Saving Capitalism from the Capitalists
by Hartmut Elsenhans
Hartmut Elsenhans and a Critique of Capitalism
by Neil Wilcock and Corina Scholz
Sebastian Hoppe 115
The Warrior State: Pakistan in the Contemporary World
by T.V. Paul
Romi Jain 118
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