East Asia: Geopolitique into the Twenty-First Century - A Chinese View

East Asia is a global geopolitical fault line, where historically great powers have interacted, collided, receded, and rebounded. Seen in the context of this long history, the end of World War II ushered in at least four paradigm changes of international and regional politics in Asia-Pacific.

This paper was published as part of the "America's Alliances with Japan and Korea in a Changing Northeast Asia" Research Project.