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Rivalry and cooperation in the Asia-Pacific:the dynamics of a region in transition

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Rivalry and Cooperation in the Asia-Pacific provides a comprehensive and accessible introduction to the most important strategic and economic region in the world. Asia-Pacific is a region that is undergoing a major transformation, largely as a consequence of the rise of China and its growing rivalry with the United States. Whatever happens in the Asia-Pacific will profoundly influence global events, not just regional ones. Looking ahead, the region's future direction - and even its name - is contested and uncertain. This two-volume reference work, by one of the world's leading analysts of regional affairs, places these events in historical context and considers what they may mean for future political, economic and strategic relations. By focusing on the United States, China and the region's most significant middle powers, the book explains why and how the Asia-Pacific has become the fulcrum of international events.


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  • Volume 1: Geopolitics and Security:

    • Security in Asia:

      • Security in Asia: What's Different, What's Not?

      • The Political-Economy of Security: Geo-Politics and Capitalist Development in the Asia-Pacific

      • Globalisation, Security and International Order After September 11

      • Geopolitics and the Making of Regions: The Fall and Rise of East Asia

      • Alternative Realities: Explaining Security in the Asia-Pacific



    • The Impact of the United States:

      • US Hegemony and Southeast Asia: The Impact of, and Limits to, American Power and Influence

      • The Declining Theoretical and Practical Utility of 'Bandwagoning': American Hegemony in the Age of Terror

      • Invasion by Invitation: The Role of Alliances in the Asia-Pacific

      • American Hegemony and Regionalism: The Rise of East Asia and the End of the Asia-Pacific



    • The Impact of China:

      • Charmed or Alarmed? Reading China's Regional Relations

      • Can ASEAN Cope with China?

      • The BRICS and Global Governance: China's Contradictory Role

      • Hegemonic Transition in East Asia? The Dynamics of Chinese and American Power

      • Can China Lead?

      • Coming to Terms with the Authoritarian Alternative: The Implications and Motivations of China's Environmental Policies



    • Middle Powers:

      • Security Governance in Southeast Asia: The Paradoxes of Cooperation

      • Civil-Military Relations in Indonesia and the Philippines: Will the Thai Coup Prove Contagious?

      • Taming the Tigers? Reforming the Security Sector in Southeast Asia

      • Can Australia Save the World? The Limits and Possibilities of Middle Power Diplomacy in the Twenty-First Century

      • Asia's Competing Multilateral Initiatives and Imperatives: Quality Versus Quantity

      • The Future of Asian Regionalism: Not What It Used to Be?





  • Volume 2: Geoeconomics and Development:

    • Regional Development:

      • Re-Thinking Regionalism: Europe and East Asia in Comparative Historical Perspective

      • Does Hegemony Still Matter? Revisiting Regime Formation in the Asia-Pacific

      • Globalisation, Governance, and the Political-Economy of Public Policy Reform in East Asia

      • Crisis Dynamics and Regionalism: East Asia in Comparative Perspective



    • The US, China and Regional Governance:

      • The United States and East Asia: The Decline of Long-Distance Leadership?

      • Hegemonic Instability and East Asia: Contradictions, Crises and US Power

      • Neoliberalism and East Asia: Resisting the Washington Consensus

      • China's Place in Regional and Global Governance: A New World Comes into View

      • Asymmetrical Regionalism: China, Southeast Asia and Uneven Development

      • The China Model?

      • Geoeconomics and US Leadership in Asia: The Rise and Fall of the Trans Pacific Partnership

      • Geoeconomics with Chinese Characteristics: The BRI and China's Evolving Grand Strategy



    • The Developmental State:

      • The Rise and Fall (?) of the Developmental State: The Vicissitudes and Implications of East Asian Interventionism

      • Developmental States in East Asia: A Comparison of the Japanese and Chinese Experiences

      • Developmentalism with Vietnamese Characteristics: The Persistence of State-Led Development in East Asia

      • Japan's Reluctant Reformers and the Legacy of the Developmental State

      • What Does China's Rise Mean for the Developmental State Paradigm?



    • Development in East Asia:

      • Southeast Asia and the Politics of Vulnerability

      • Regional and Global Forces in East Asia's Economic Engagement with International Society

      • Asia's Odd Men Out: Australia, Japan, and the Politics of Regionalism

      • What Consensus? Geopolitics and Policy Paradigms in China and the US

      • Democracy, Development and Authoritarianism





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