Muthiah Alagappa, Distinguished Senior Fellow, East-West Center
"An important contribution to understanding the security politics of the Asia-Pacific. This volume succeeds in its core objective of analyzing 'how Asian security politics will affect international security or will, in turn, be influenced by global events and structures'. An excellent panel of authors who combine penetrating analysis of existing international relations theories on the global-regional nexus with a firm grasp of the regional environment."
Barry Desker, Dean of the S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies
"A truly innovative work on Asian security. Readers will be convinced that Asian security has now become 'autonomous' enough to be an 'integral' component of an evolving world order."
Yoshihide Soeya, Professor of Political Science, Faculty of Law and Director, Institute of East Asian Studies, Keio University
"Security Politics in the Asia-Pacific provides a timely and well-balanced consideration of the multidimensional problems and challenges facing states and sub-national actors within the region. ... Tow has produced a tightly edited, wide-ranging work that deserves a broad audience to debate the myriad complex issues it raises.... Security Politics in the Asia-Pacific "gets Asia right"."
Remy Davison, Australian Journal of International Affairs
"... this volume is one of the most comprehensive studies on Asia- Pacific security politics in recent years. It is appropriate for advanced undergraduate and graduate courses on Asian security politics, global security, or international relations, or anyone interested in security issues. Finally, policymakers in concerned countries will also benefit from a better understanding of the dynamic intersection between the Asian-Pacific regional security and global security."
Shiping Zheng, Journal of Chinese Political Science