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Alexander Vuving

Former Research Fellow, International Security Program, 2005-2007; Former Associate, International Security Program, 2007-2008

 

 

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December 11, 2007

"U.S. Primacy, Eurasia's New Strategic Landscape, and the Emerging Asian Order"

Working Paper

By Alexander Vuving, Former Research Fellow, International Security Program, 2005-2007; Former Associate, International Security Program, 2007-2008

This paper argues that the current structure of international power in Asia is transitional. But neither hegemony nor multipolarity will likely be the next Asian order. The paper then assesses the prospects of the emerging regional order in Asia in terms of four options: bipolarity, the East Asian Community, U.S.-China condominium, and shared leadership. The paper concludes by discussing how Southeast Asian countries should prepare for the future strategic environment.

 

December 11, 2007

"U.S. Primacy, Eurasia's New Strategic Landscape, and the Emerging Asian Order"

Working Paper

By Alexander Vuving, Former Research Fellow, International Security Program, 2005-2007; Former Associate, International Security Program, 2007-2008

This paper argues that the current structure of international power in Asia is transitional. But neither hegemony nor multipolarity will likely be the next Asian order. The paper then assesses the prospects of the emerging regional order in Asia in terms of four options: bipolarity, the East Asian Community, U.S.-China condominium, and shared leadership. The paper concludes by discussing how Southeast Asian countries should prepare for the future strategic environment.

 

 

November / December 2006

"Strategy and Evolution of Vietnam's China Policy: Changing Mixture of Pathways"

Journal Article, Asian Survey, issue 6, volume 46

By Alexander Vuving, Former Research Fellow, International Security Program, 2005-2007; Former Associate, International Security Program, 2007-2008

This article examines Vietnam's strategy toward China since 1990. The study suggests that Vietnam's China policy has been informed by a changing mix of four different pathways, whose salience depends on the interplay of interest and balance of power among China, America, ASEAN, and Vietnam's two grand strategic camps and supreme leader.

 

 

October 15, 2005

"Vietnam's Geopolitical Resources"

Magazine or Newspaper Article, The Saigon Times Weekly

By Alexander Vuving, Former Research Fellow, International Security Program, 2005-2007; Former Associate, International Security Program, 2007-2008

Vietnam’s Geopolitical Resources in Today’s World Politics

 

November / December 2006

"Strategy and Evolution of Vietnam's China Policy: Changing Mixture of Pathways"

Journal Article, Asian Survey, issue 6, volume 46

By Alexander Vuving, Former Research Fellow, International Security Program, 2005-2007; Former Associate, International Security Program, 2007-2008

This article examines Vietnam's strategy toward China since 1990. The study suggests that Vietnam's China policy has been informed by a changing mix of four different pathways, whose salience depends on the interplay of interest and balance of power among China, America, ASEAN, and Vietnam's two grand strategic camps and supreme leader.

 

November / December 2006

"Strategy and Evolution of Vietnam's China Policy: Changing Mixture of Pathways"

Journal Article, Asian Survey, issue 6, volume 46

By Alexander Vuving, Former Research Fellow, International Security Program, 2005-2007; Former Associate, International Security Program, 2007-2008

This article examines Vietnam's strategy toward China since 1990. The study suggests that Vietnam's China policy has been informed by a changing mix of four different pathways, whose salience depends on the interplay of interest and balance of power among China, America, ASEAN, and Vietnam's two grand strategic camps and supreme leader.

 

 

October 15, 2005

"Vietnam's Geopolitical Resources"

Magazine or Newspaper Article, The Saigon Times Weekly

By Alexander Vuving, Former Research Fellow, International Security Program, 2005-2007; Former Associate, International Security Program, 2007-2008

Vietnam’s Geopolitical Resources in Today’s World Politics

 

December 11, 2007

"U.S. Primacy, Eurasia's New Strategic Landscape, and the Emerging Asian Order"

Working Paper

By Alexander Vuving, Former Research Fellow, International Security Program, 2005-2007; Former Associate, International Security Program, 2007-2008

This paper argues that the current structure of international power in Asia is transitional. But neither hegemony nor multipolarity will likely be the next Asian order. The paper then assesses the prospects of the emerging regional order in Asia in terms of four options: bipolarity, the East Asian Community, U.S.-China condominium, and shared leadership. The paper concludes by discussing how Southeast Asian countries should prepare for the future strategic environment.

 

December 11, 2007

"U.S. Primacy, Eurasia's New Strategic Landscape, and the Emerging Asian Order"

Working Paper

By Alexander Vuving, Former Research Fellow, International Security Program, 2005-2007; Former Associate, International Security Program, 2007-2008

This paper argues that the current structure of international power in Asia is transitional. But neither hegemony nor multipolarity will likely be the next Asian order. The paper then assesses the prospects of the emerging regional order in Asia in terms of four options: bipolarity, the East Asian Community, U.S.-China condominium, and shared leadership. The paper concludes by discussing how Southeast Asian countries should prepare for the future strategic environment.

 

 

November / December 2006

"Strategy and Evolution of Vietnam's China Policy: Changing Mixture of Pathways"

Journal Article, Asian Survey, issue 6, volume 46

By Alexander Vuving, Former Research Fellow, International Security Program, 2005-2007; Former Associate, International Security Program, 2007-2008

This article examines Vietnam's strategy toward China since 1990. The study suggests that Vietnam's China policy has been informed by a changing mix of four different pathways, whose salience depends on the interplay of interest and balance of power among China, America, ASEAN, and Vietnam's two grand strategic camps and supreme leader.

 

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