Northeast Asia's Stunted Regionalism: Bilateral Distrust in the Shadow of Globalization / Edition 1by Gilbert Rozman
Pub. Date: 01/28/2014
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Although Northeast Asia could be on the verge of becoming the world's third great region, expanding economic ties have not been supported by security cooperation and trust. Gilbert Rozman traces the problems in establishing regionalism over 15 years. Relying on many sources in the languages of the region, he offers a detailed picture of conflicting strategies in China, Japan, Russia, and South Korea. While covering U.S. globalization policies, he draws attention to debates about bilateral relations in the four countries, along with shifting outcomes over six periods.
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Table of Contents1. Introduction: the challenge of the NEA region; 2. Exiting the 1980s: cold war logic and national aspirations; 3. 1991–3: border fever and cross-border duplicity; 4. 1994–6: civilization bridges and historical distrust; 5. 1997–8: strategic partnerships and national rivalries; 6. 1999–2000: sunshine policies and security dilemmas; 7. 2001–3: unilateralism and irrepressible regionalism; 8. Conclusion: lessons for constructing regionalism in NEA.
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