October 2009: SAGE Publications has released Power Realignments in Asia: China, India and the United States, co-edited by Alyssa Ayres, former deputy director of CASI (now with McLarty Associates in Washington), and C. Raja Mohan, Kissinger Chair in Foreign Policy at the U.S. Library of Congress. The collected essays emerged from the CASI-Observer Research Foundation (ORF) collaboration and conference held in December 2006 in New Delhi. The conference was sponsored by the Nand & Jeet Khemka Foundation.
Essays explore the impact of China’s rise on relations among China, India, and the United States, especially on the unfolding partnership between New Delhi and Washington. Topics span traditional security issues – political-military affairs and military modernization – to new challenges posed by rapid and deep economic integration, to global issues like energy security and environmental degradation accompanying rapid economic growth.
Alyssa Ayres, Vivek Bharati, Elizabeth Economy, Richard J. Ellings, Nicholas R. Lardy, Kenneth Lieberthal, Sudha Mahalingam, C. Raja Mohan, P.S. Ramakrishnan, David Shambaugh, Jasjit Singh, Vikram Sood, and Ashley J. Tellis