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TAY
ISBN: 978-0-470-82582-2
Paperback
256 pages
July 2010
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“The geopolitics of Asia will play an increasingly central role in global affairs. Simon Tay is one the most intelligent and reliable guides to the region.”
Fareed Zakaria, Editor, Newsweek International; Host of CNN’s Fareed Zakaria GPS

“In this thoughtful book, Simon Tay, a distinguished Singaporean, argues that the relationship between Asia and the United States must become more equal. The United States must change and so, too, must Asia: the former must eschew past hubris and present isolationism, while the latter must overcome present hubris and past divisions. I found Asia Alone to be thought-provoking.”
Martin Wolf, Associate Editor and Chief Economics Commentator, The Financial Times

“Nowhere are the changes taking place in the world more evident than in Asia, where the United States has vital security interests and faces a rising China. Simon Tay’s stimulating book expertly frames the issues in ways that will be helpful to policy makers and informed readers alike.”
J. Stapleton Roy, U.S. Ambassador to Singapore (1984-86), China (1991-95) and Indonesia (1996-99); Director, Kissinger Institute on China and the United States

“Asia Alone is a welcome addition to the growing literature on Asia’s rise and America’s decline as it uniquely makes a strong case for a new form of partnership among Asian countries and the US. Tay is not only a clear thinker, but also a lucid writer who makes complex trends highly readable.”
Vishaka Desai, President, Asia Society (New York)

“Tay’s thoughtful analysis and unique perspective make this book a necessary read for anyone studying or interested in the relationship between Asia and the United States. I highly recommend this book for those searching for greater understanding of regional dynamics and the changing nature of relations between Asia and the U.S.”
Han Sung-Joo, Foreign Minister of the Republic of Korea (1993-94); Ambassador to the United States (2003-05)

“In his wonderfully-written new book Asia Alone, Simon Tay captures the essence of America’s Asia challenge—a United States that stands outside Asia, while the region increasingly looks within for its future. While Tay’s book is bound to become an essential read for every Asia hand, it will be equally compelling to anyone interested in how America can thrive as a global power in the twenty-first century.”
Elizabeth Economy, C.V. Starr Senior Fellow and Director for Asia Studies, Council on Foreign Relations

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