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Examines the strategic goals of influential powers in the Eurasian region - in particular India, Pakistan, China, Russia and Japan, but also the USA .
The international political and military-strategic importance of the Asian continent has dramatically increased in recent years and it is conceivable that world affairs in this century will be significantly influenced by developments in Asia. This volume examines, on the one hand, the strategic goals of the most influential powers in the Eurasian region - in particular India, Pakistan, China, Russia and Japan, but also the USA that is strongly involved in the region, and on the other, the relations that these states have with each other. Special attention is paid to the subjective perceptions and thought patterns of the different players, for the perception that international political players have of the outside world is an important element that is frequently neglected in political and military analyses.
Europe in Eurasian Strategic ConsiderationsFlashpoint South and Central Asia: Strategic Aspects of a Historical Relationship.- Central Asia: The Great Game Revisited.- Pakistan: Self-Perception, Images of History, Concept of the State.- The USA and India: Mutual Perceptions and Political Actions.- Perception, Strategy and Interest: The State and Foreign Policy in India after Independence.- India: The New Global Power Changes the Strategic Situation in Asia and Eurasia.- Indo-Chinese Relations.- India and Russia: Revival of a Traditional Partnership.- India's Political Development and Its Impact on International Relations.- China's Strategic Objectives and Policies.- Future Impacts of Chinese and Asian Dependency upon Energy from the Middle East and Central Asia.- China and the Great Powers: Mutual Perceptions at the Dawn of the 21st Century.- Piecing Together a Comprehensive Foreign Policy Strategy for Russia: Where India Fits in.- Russian Policy toward India, Pakistan, and Afghanistan.- Japan: Strategic Goals and Their Implementation; Mentalities and Perceptions of the Outside World.