- Format: eBook
- ISBN: 978-1-5261-5077-6
- Publisher: Manchester University Press
- Published Date: March 2020
- BIC Category: Society & social sciences / Geopolitics, Society & social sciences / International relations, International Relations, HISTORY / United States / General, HISTORY / Asia / China, POLITICAL SCIENCE / Geopolitics, POLITICAL SCIENCE / International Relations / General, United States of America, USA, China
- Series: Manchester University Press
The definitive guide to the world's most contested region.
The Indo-Pacific is both a place and an idea. It is the region central to global prosperity and security. It is also a metaphor for collective action. If diplomacy fails, it will be the theatre of the first general war since 1945. But if its future can be secured, the Indo-Pacific will flourish as a shared space, the centre of gravity in a connected world.
What we call different parts of the world - Asia, Europe, the Middle East - seems innocuous. But the name of a region is totemic, guiding the decisions of leaders and the story of international order, war and peace. In recent years, the label 'Indo-Pacific' has suddenly gained wide use. But what does it really mean?
Written by a globally-renowned expert, Indo-Pacific Empire is the definitive guide to tensions in the region. It deftly weaves together history, geopolitics, cartography, military strategy, economics, games and propaganda to address a vital question: how can China's dominance be prevented without war?