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Asia: Rising or Falling? (Foreign Affairs Books)

Editors: , Editor, Foreign Affairs, and Peter G. Peterson Chair, Foreign Affairs, and James F. Hoge Jr.

Asia: Rising or Falling? (Foreign Affairs Books) - asia-rising-or-falling-foreign-affairs-books

Publisher Foreign Affairs

Release Date January 1999

Price Out of Print

182 pages
ISBN 0876092652

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Contents

ECONOMICS

The Myth of Asia's Miracle
Paul Krugman,  Foreign Affairs,  November/December 1994

Response to Krugman
W.W. Rostow,  Foreign Affairs,  January/February 1995

Asia's Reemergence
Steven Radlet and Jeffrey Sachs,  Foreign Affairs,  November/December 1997

Bursting China's Bubble
Richard Hornik,  Foreign Affairs,  May/June 1994

Asia's Empty Tank
Kent E. Calder,  Foreign Affairs,  March/April 1996

The Problem of Memory
Nicholas C. Kristof,  Foreign Affairs,  November/December 1998

POLITICS

The Myth of the Pacific Community
Robert A. Manning and Paula Stern,  Foreign Affairs,  November/December 1994

The Pacific Way
Kishore Mahbubani,  Foreign Affairs,  January/February 1995

Americanizing Asia?
Donald K. Emmerson,  Foreign Affairs,  May/June 1998

CULTURE

The Asianization of Asia
Yoichi Funabashi,  Foreign Affairs,  November/December 1993

A Conversation with Lee Kuan Yew
Fareed Zakaria,  Foreign Affairs,  March/April 1994

Is Culture Destiny?
Kim Dae Jung,  Foreign Affairs,  November/December 1994

U.S. IN ASIA

The Case for Deep Engagement
Joseph S. Nye, Jr.,  Foreign Affairs,  July/August 1995

The Pentagon's Ossified Strategy
Chalmers Johnson and E.B. Keehn,  Foreign Affairs,  July/August 1995

Roiling Asia
Ted Galen Carpenter,  Foreign Affairs,  November/December 1998

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