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International relations and Asia's southern tier : ASEAN, Australia, and India, Gilbert Rozman, Joseph Chinyong Liow, editors

Label
International relations and Asia's southern tier : ASEAN, Australia, and India
Title
International relations and Asia's southern tier
Title remainder
ASEAN, Australia, and India
Statement of responsibility
Gilbert Rozman, Joseph Chinyong Liow, editors
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Dewey number
327.5905
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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1972-
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  • Rozman, Gilbert,
  • Liow, Joseph Chinyong
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  • ASEAN
  • Southeast Asia
  • Asia
  • Southeast Asia
  • Australia
Label
International relations and Asia's southern tier : ASEAN, Australia, and India, Gilbert Rozman, Joseph Chinyong Liow, editors
Instantiates
Publication
Copyright
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Color
multicolored
Contents
  • International Relations and Asia's Southern Tier; Acknowledgments; Contents; List of Figures; List of Tables; Asia's Southern Tier; Comparison of Centrality in Asia's Southern and Northern Tiers; Asia's Southern Tier; Reimagining Asia: From Asia-Pacific to Indo-Pacific; Defining the Indo-Pacific; The Indo-Pacific and Its Limitations; A Brief History of the Indo-Pacific; To the Asia-Pacific and Back Again; China's Indo-Pacific: Follow the Maritime Silk Road?; Some Principles and Parameters for Managing Indo-Pacific Tensions; Notes; ASEAN and Asian Multilateralism
  • Multilateralism in East Asia: The Good, the Bad, and the UglyMultilateralism in Europe and Asia: Two Different Worlds?; Scope Conditions of Multilateralism in East Asia; Great Power Management: China, Japan, and the United States; Layered Hierarchy of States; Global-Regional Nexuses; Informal/Tacit Understandings Underlying Regional Cooperation; Historical Memory; Reasserting the State as a Market Actor; Pathways to Study Multilateralism in East Asia; Multilateralism as Governance: The Formal-Informal Continuum; Conclusions; Notes
  • ASEAN-Led Multilateralism and Regional Order: The Great Power Bargain DeficitMultilateralism, ASEAN-Led Institutions, and Regional Order; ASEAN's Achievements in Regional Multilateralism; Adaptation and Innovation; Inclusivity; Legitimizing Great Power Roles; Institutionalizing Small State Voices; Limitations of ASEAN-Led Institutions in Creating Regional Order; Restricted Scope and Domain; Minimalist Norms; Institution-Racing; The Great Power Bargain Deficit; Notes; Southeast Asia's Developing Divide; The Cold War Divide; The China Factor; Southeast Asia Undividing; The China Factor
  • The Developing DivideThe China Factor; Developing, but Not Crystallized; ASEAN Rebalancing; Notes; Doomed by Dialogue: Will ASEAN Survive Great Power Rivalry in Asia?; What Kind of Rivalry?; A Chinese Monroe Doctrine?; ASEAN and the Balance of Power; ASEAN and "Europe's Past"; ASEAN's Predicament and Options; Notes; Rethinking ASEAN in Light of the South China Sea Tensions; ASEAN is Neither the Problem Nor the Solution to South China Sea Disputes; Assessments of ASEAN's Purpose, Challenges, and Prospects; Assessing the SCS's Centrality to ASEAN
  • Assessing ASEAN's Coherence vis-à-vis South China Sea DisputesConclusion; Notes; ASEAN's Failing Grade in the South China Sea; Flawed Declaration, Uncertain Code; The Ebb and Flow of ASEAN Unity; Indonesia and Singapore: Non-claimants but Key Players; Upcoming Tests; Notes; Malaysia's "Special Relationship" with China and the South China Sea: Not So Special Anymore; A New Island Emerges; Chinese "Intrusions" and the Malaysian Response at Sea; A New Confrontation; Protest and the "Special Relationship"; ASEAN and Malaysia's Broader Response; Conclusion; Notes
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9789811031717
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Label
International relations and Asia's southern tier : ASEAN, Australia, and India, Gilbert Rozman, Joseph Chinyong Liow, editors
Publication
Copyright
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Color
multicolored
Contents
  • International Relations and Asia's Southern Tier; Acknowledgments; Contents; List of Figures; List of Tables; Asia's Southern Tier; Comparison of Centrality in Asia's Southern and Northern Tiers; Asia's Southern Tier; Reimagining Asia: From Asia-Pacific to Indo-Pacific; Defining the Indo-Pacific; The Indo-Pacific and Its Limitations; A Brief History of the Indo-Pacific; To the Asia-Pacific and Back Again; China's Indo-Pacific: Follow the Maritime Silk Road?; Some Principles and Parameters for Managing Indo-Pacific Tensions; Notes; ASEAN and Asian Multilateralism
  • Multilateralism in East Asia: The Good, the Bad, and the UglyMultilateralism in Europe and Asia: Two Different Worlds?; Scope Conditions of Multilateralism in East Asia; Great Power Management: China, Japan, and the United States; Layered Hierarchy of States; Global-Regional Nexuses; Informal/Tacit Understandings Underlying Regional Cooperation; Historical Memory; Reasserting the State as a Market Actor; Pathways to Study Multilateralism in East Asia; Multilateralism as Governance: The Formal-Informal Continuum; Conclusions; Notes
  • ASEAN-Led Multilateralism and Regional Order: The Great Power Bargain DeficitMultilateralism, ASEAN-Led Institutions, and Regional Order; ASEAN's Achievements in Regional Multilateralism; Adaptation and Innovation; Inclusivity; Legitimizing Great Power Roles; Institutionalizing Small State Voices; Limitations of ASEAN-Led Institutions in Creating Regional Order; Restricted Scope and Domain; Minimalist Norms; Institution-Racing; The Great Power Bargain Deficit; Notes; Southeast Asia's Developing Divide; The Cold War Divide; The China Factor; Southeast Asia Undividing; The China Factor
  • The Developing DivideThe China Factor; Developing, but Not Crystallized; ASEAN Rebalancing; Notes; Doomed by Dialogue: Will ASEAN Survive Great Power Rivalry in Asia?; What Kind of Rivalry?; A Chinese Monroe Doctrine?; ASEAN and the Balance of Power; ASEAN and "Europe's Past"; ASEAN's Predicament and Options; Notes; Rethinking ASEAN in Light of the South China Sea Tensions; ASEAN is Neither the Problem Nor the Solution to South China Sea Disputes; Assessments of ASEAN's Purpose, Challenges, and Prospects; Assessing the SCS's Centrality to ASEAN
  • Assessing ASEAN's Coherence vis-à-vis South China Sea DisputesConclusion; Notes; ASEAN's Failing Grade in the South China Sea; Flawed Declaration, Uncertain Code; The Ebb and Flow of ASEAN Unity; Indonesia and Singapore: Non-claimants but Key Players; Upcoming Tests; Notes; Malaysia's "Special Relationship" with China and the South China Sea: Not So Special Anymore; A New Island Emerges; Chinese "Intrusions" and the Malaysian Response at Sea; A New Confrontation; Protest and the "Special Relationship"; ASEAN and Malaysia's Broader Response; Conclusion; Notes
Control code
on1004423951
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unknown
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1 online resource
File format
unknown
Form of item
online
Isbn
9789811031717
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unknown
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not applicable
Reformatting quality
unknown
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)1004423951

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