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Routledge Handbook of Asia in World Politics

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Chang, Teh-Kuang (EDT)   Chang, Angelin (EDT)

Routledge 2017/10
出版国: GB
ISBN: 9780367581084
eISBN: 9781317404262
KNPID: EY00199885
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Full Description

Asia is a complex and diverse continent, which has seen the scope and pace of transformation increase rapidly over the past 30 years. In turn, the economic growth and social change seen in the region, combined with new global security profiles and environmental challenges, have contributed to placing Asia at the forefront of international affairs.

This Handbook brings together leading scholars of different disciplines, including Politics and International Relations, Security Studies and Law, to provide a comprehensive analysis of both the prospects and problems which have emerged from Asia’s rise. Examining how developments across the continent have influenced global politics and how the region has responded to the international community in the modern era, the sections cover:

  • Major actors in Asian politics, especially China, Japan and India,
  • International relations in Asia and intra-Asian tensions
  • Special issues of world politics in Asia including modern conflicts in and attitudes towards the Middle East

The Routledge Handbook of Asia in World Politics will be useful to students and scholars of Global Politics, International Relations and Asian Studies.

Table of Contents

Introduction and Overview, Teh-Kuang Chang and Angelin Chang

PART I  Major Actors in Asian Politics 

1. China in the Global Political Economy, Thomas G. Moore

2. The Evolution of China’s Political Ideology from Mao Zedong to Xi Jinping, Winberg Chai and May-lee Chai

3. Broken Ties: Japan’s Semi-Official Diplomacy towards China under the DPJ Government, Karol Zakowski

4. Developmental States in Asia: Change and Transformation, Darryl Stuart Jarvis and Toby Carroll

5. Mongolian Foreign Relations under 25 Years of Democracy, Alicia Campi

6. National Development of Singapore, Chua Beng Huat

7. Politics of Regional Integration in South Asia: India, China, and other Actors, Arunoday Bajpai

PART II International Relations in Asia

8. ASEAN and the Challenge of Multilateralism in the Asia Pacific, Shaun Narine

9. Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC): Challenges and Prospects, Steven Ratuva

10. The United States and the Taiwan Time Bomb, Ted Galen Carpenter

11. America’s Response to Xi Jinping’s Challenges in Asia, Robert Sutter

PART III Special Issues of World Politics in Asia

12. The European Union and the People’s Republic of China’s Attitudes Towards the Middle East: Convergent and Divergent Political Interests, Przemyslaw Osiewicz

13. Gender and Conflict in East Asia, Erik Melander and Elin Bjarnegård

14. The Sources of South Asian Doctrine: Offensive Biases in Organizational Culture, Brent Thomas Gerchicoff

15. Sanctions and Emerging Powers: Examining the Indian and Chinese Stance, Rishika Chauhan

16. Globalization and Government Effectiveness in Asia, Haroon Khan

17. Pyongyang-Tehran-Damascus: The Unshaken Alliance, Alon Levkowitz