The Troubled Triangle: Economic and Security Concerns for by Takashi Inoguchi; G John Ikenberry

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China has already grasped the utility of this strategy in recent years—and it is now actively seeking to reassure and co-opt its neighbors by offering to embed itself in regional institutions such as the ASEAN plus 3 and Asian Summit. This is, of course, precisely what the United States did in the decades after World War II, building and operating within layers of regional and global economic, political, and security institutions—thereby making itself more predictable and approachable, and reducing the incentives that other states would otherwise have to resist or undermine the United States by building countervailing coalitions.

The security alliance with the United States has been very adaptive to the changing configuration of power and wealth. 23 The Japan-US Security Treaty does not specify the aims and areas where the alliance is valid. Hence, it is sometimes called the alliance for all four seasons. It has weathered many wars and many crises. The Korean War and the Vietnam War would not have been waged more or less successfully by the United States without the supporting policy of Japan with regard to free use of military bases and repair and supply stations.

In Russia, the Putin government has rolled back democratic gains and appears increasingly autocratic. At the same time, relations between Russia and the West have deteriorated from the near amity of the early post–Cold War era. Relations between China and the West remain contentious with divisions over Taiwan, human rights, and oil access. And much less powerful autocratic states, such as Venezuela and Iran, are destabilizing revisionists in their regions. There even appear to be signs that these autocratic states may increasingly make common cause against the hegemonic Western states with nascent alliances such as the Shanghai Cooperation Council.

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