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East Asian security
by Strategic Studies Institute, U.S. Army War College in [Carlisle, PA]
Written in English
A new framework for Northeast Asian security must cope with the legacy of six decades of frequent changes in the region"s great power relations. In order to realize the goals of the Joint Agreement in the Six-Party Talks, multilateralism is becoming more important. U.S. leadership faces challenges from: the Sino-U.S. rivalry that is better managed because of cooperation over North Korea; the Russo-U.S. rivalry that has intensified, although there is potential to stabilize it in this region; Sino-Russian partnership, which has drawn closer in response to the nuclear crisis but could be tested by progress that would reveal conflicting national interests; North Korean belligerence, which is unlikely to end even if the nuclear crisis is brought under control; South Korean balancing, which would remain even under a conservative president; and Sino-Japanese rivalry, which is somewhat under control in 2007 but remains the main barrier to regionalism. A U.S. regional strategy is needed that addresses all of these challenges in the context of the Six-Party Talks.
|Series||Global security challenges to U.S. interests|
|Contributions||Chu, Shulong., Rozman, Gilbert., Army War College (U.S.). Strategic Studies Institute.|
|LC Classifications||UA830 .E253 2007|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 56 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||56|
|LC Control Number||2008614427|
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The implications of the rapid growth of East Asian countries in the post-Cold War world. The future of East Asian security has become a critically important topic in the post-Cold War world. Virtually all of the Asia-Pacific countries are enjoying rapid economic growth, but many remain wary of their neighbors.
Unlike every other region of the world, East Asia's military spending continues to. The implications of the rapid growth of East Asian countries in the post-Cold War future of East Asian security has become a critically important topic in the post-Cold War world.
Virtually all of the Asia-Pacific countries are enjoying rapid economic growth, but many remain wary of their neighbors.4/5(4). East Asian Security addresses some of the most important strategic questions about the future of the region.
Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App. Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device : $ This book makes a case for a new theoretical approach (called “analytical eclecticism” by the authors) to the study of Asian security.
It informs the analysis in subsequent chapters of central topics in East Asian security, with specific reference to China, Japan, Korea, and Southeast Asia.3/5(1). ‘Provocative and innovative as always, David C. Kang has added another important book to his impressive list of contributions to the study of East Asian security.
By matching insights from bargaining theory to trends in regional security policies and military outlays, Kang offers a novel rethinking of the effects of American grand strategy in Cited by: 6. This book is one part study of historical grievances mixed with public opinion data, so that the novice to issues of East Asian relations won’t be confused, yet looks at the East Asian security development from a new by: Many of the challenges facing East Asia are generic food security issues that face people and governments across the world – for example, the implications of climate change and demographic changes on food supplies.
This book places the East Asian context in the wider discussion of food (in)security in global : Shaun Breslin, Christopher W. Hughes. Problems of internal and external security in South-East Asia have persisted as one set of competing global alignments has been succeeded by another, with major impact on regional relationships.
This book, first published inexamines how the states of The Association of South-East Asian Nations (ASEAN) have attempted to confront the. New Books in East Asian Studies New Books in National Security New Books in Peoples & Places New Books in Political Science New Books in Politics & Society New Books in World Affairs New Books Network Aug Susan P.
Liebell. While opinions on the details differ strongly, there seems to be a certain consensus that the East Asian region, roughly defined as Northeast Asia (Greater China, the two Koreas, Japan and the Russian Far East) plus Southeast Asia (the ten members states of ASEAN), will be globally significant in the years to come and see its role growing.
Such. East Asia is changing and students need to grasp the new dynamics that shape politics and society across the region. This collection of essays by respected scholars examines the impact of development at the societal, national, and international levels on the conduct of politics in East Asia.
The chapters in this unique comparative tool are organized in sections around the themes of security. Search within book. Front Matter. Pages i-viii. PDF. East Asia, the Pacific and the West: Strategic Trends and Implications: Part I Convergence and Divergence in East Asian and Western Security Interests: Part I.
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The conflict is real and the actual issue is far more complex and includes a wide range of factors that have an influence on policy decisions by all three actors. Further, the policies developed by the three powers have an impact on all East Asian countries and indeed the world. The topic of this book deals with a highly relevant empirical issue: East asian security and the dynamics of the respective governance structure or architecture are not only of regional but of global concern.
East Asian Security in the Post-Cold War Era book. DOI link for East Asian Security in the Post-Cold War Era. East Asian Security in the Post-Cold War Era book. By Sheldon W. Simon. Edition 1st Edition. First Published eBook Published 16 June Pub.
location New York. Imprint Routledge. 'Provocative and innovative as always, David C. Kang has added another important book to his impressive list of contributions to the study of East Asian security.
By matching insights from bargaining theory to trends in regional security policies and military outlays, Kang offers a novel rethinking of the effects of American grand strategy in Cited by: 6. 'Changing Security Dynamics is an excellent and timely contribution to the key debates surrounding the evolving regional security order in East Asia.
The volume brings together many of the established and now emerging thought leaders on these issues from North America, Asia and Europe. American Grand Strategy and East Asian Security in the Twenty-First Century - by David C.
Kang October Due to unplanned maintenance of the back-end systems supporting article purchase on Cambridge Core, we have taken the decision to temporarily suspend article purchase for.
East Asia is richer, more integrated and more stable than ever before, whilst East Asian defense spending is now roughly half of what it was in and shows no sign of increasing.
There is no evidence of any Asian arms race. All countries in the region are seeking diplomatic, not military solutions with each other. Yet this East Asia reality still runs counter to a largely Western narrative. Asian Security. Search in: Advanced search. Submit an article.
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"This book locates Northeast Asia at the core of East Asian regionalism through illustrating the integrative forces of economic, social and cultural cross-border interaction. Calder and Ye document intensifying interdependence and challenge the view of a Northeast Asia threatened by crisis and power competitionCited by: China's threat to East Asian security / Denny Roy --China's illusory threat to the South China Sea / Michael G.
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