The podcast snares its hardest-to-get guest: host Misha Auslin!  John Yoo interviews Misha on his new book, Asia’s New Geopolitics: Essays on Reshaping the Indo-Pacific, just out from Hoover Institution Press. John and Misha discuss Misha’s striking view comparing the Pacific to the Mediterranean, the sources of Chinese and Japanese foreign policy, and how a future historian might view a US-China military conflict.

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  1. colleenb Member
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    Great info on Japan and China and geo-political strategy. I was born in Japan so always have a soft spot for them but the empire-building of the 1900s definitely makes them persona non grata in so many parts of Asia. Luckily for the Japanese, the Chinese are not behaving much better and acting like big bullies.  It’s an interesting dynamic between the 2 of them in more ways than one.

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