Regionalism and Globalization in East Asia: Politics, Security and Economic Development
This book examines the distinctive evolution of the political and economic relationships of East Asia. It does this by placing East Asian development in the unique historical circumstances that have underpinned its rise to power over the last few decades. This detailed analysis provides the basis for an assessment of a unified East Asian region.
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Chapter 2 Northeast Asia and the Weight of History
Chapter 3 Southeast Asias Dependent Development
Chapter 4 The Evolving Security Agenda
Chapter 5 Regional Security1
Chapter 6 Nationalism and Domestic Politics
Chapter 7 East Asias Developmental States1
Chapter 8 The China Model?1
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