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Routledge Handbook of Asian Regionalism

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Beeson, Mark (EDT)   Stubbs, Richard (EDT)

Routledge 2012/03
出版国: US
ISBN: 9780367864897
eISBN: 9781136634727
KNPID: EY00007753
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Full Description

The Routledge Handbook of Asian Regionalism is a definitive introduction to, and analysis of, the development of regionalism in Asia, including coverage of East Asia, Southeast Asia and South Asia. The contributors engage in a comprehensive exploration of what is arguably the most dynamic and important region in the world. Significantly, this volume addresses the multiple manifestations of regionalism in Asia and is consequently organised thematically under the headings of:

  • conceptualizing the region
  • economic issues
  • political issues
  • strategic issues
  • regional organizations

As such, the Handbook presents some of the key elements of the competing interpretations of this important and highly contested topic, giving the reader a chance to evaluate not just where Asian regionalism is going but also how the scholarship on Asian regionalism is analysing these trends and events.

This book will be an indispensable resource for students and scholars of Asian politics, international relations and regionalism.

Table of Contents

Introduction, Mark Beeson and Richard Stubbs   Part I: Conceptualizing the Asian region   1. Theories of Regionalism, Fredrik Söderbaum   2. East Asian Regionalism, Gilbert Rozman   3. The Shift to the Modern World in East Asia: War, Memory and Regional Identity, Peter Preston   4. A Non-Eurocentric Global History of Asia, John M. Hobson   5. East Asia when China was at the Center: The tribute system in early modern East Asia, David Kang   Part II: Economic issues   6. The Significance of the Overseas Chinese in East Asia, Gordon C. K. Cheung   7. The Developmental State and Asian Regionalism, Richard Stubbs   8. What is driving the internationalization of Asia’s Business Groups?   Michael Carney   9. Trade integration in Asia, Heribert Dieter   10. Regional Financial Cooperation, Saori N. Katada   11. China-ASEAN Relations: The Core of Asian Regionalism, Nicholas Thomas   Part III: Political issues   12. Asia, ASEAN and the Question of Sovereignty: The Persistence of Non-Intervention in the Asia Pacific, Shaun Narine   13. The ASEAN People’s Forum (APF) as Authentic Social Forum Regional Civil Society Networking for an Alternative Regionalism, Helen E. S. Nesadurai   14. Regulatory Regionalism in Asia, Shahar Hameiri and Kanishka Jayasuriya   15. Corruption in East Asia, Howard Dick   16. Social Policy in East Asia, M Ramesh   17. Asian Regionalism and Human Rights: The case of the ASEAN Intergovernmental Commission on Human Rights, Anthony J. Langlois   18. Asian Regionalism and Law: The Continuing Contribution of ‘Legal Pluralism’, Michael Dowdle   19. Democracy, Development and Authoritarianism, Mark Beeson   Part IV: Strategic issues   20. The Rise of China and East Asian Regionalism, Min Ye   21. Regional Leadership in East Asia: Japan and China as Contenders, Christopher M. Dent   22. Perspectives in Asia-Pacific Security Studies, Sorpong Peou   23. Comprehensive Security in East Asia, Ralf Emmers   24. Regionalising environmental security in Asia, Lorraine Elliott   25. Non-Traditional Security, Alan Collins   Part V: Organizations   26. ASEAN, Anja Jetschke   27. The ASEAN Regional Forum: Challenges and Prospects, Takeshi Yuzawa   28. APEC: Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation, Nick Bisley   29. ASEAN Plus Three Becoming more like a normal regionalism? Takashi Terada   30. The East Asia Summit: Pan-Asian Multilateralism rather than Intra-Asian Regionalism, David Camroux   31. Phases in the Development of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization, Chien-peng Chung   32. The Asia-Europe Meeting (ASEM), Julie Gilson   33. Dynamics of South Asian Regionalism, Kishore C. Dash   Conclusion: The Future of Asian Regionalism, Mark Beeson and Richard Stubbs