China's Rise and Changing Order in East Asia
This book discusses the impact of China's rise on regional order at three levels: Sino-US relations, East Asia's contested sub regions and regional institutions. Sino-US relations provide a framework to examine macro-regional relations. In East Asia's contested sub regions--Northeast Asia, Southeast Asia, and the eastern Indian Ocean region-the author explores the crucial role regional powers and local states play in maintaining effective governance and stability. The author shows how regional institutions attempt to develop cooperation and shared norms that work toward regional community. The inclusion of leading experts from China, the US, South Korea, Japan, Vietnam, Singapore, and India gives this collection a unique viewpoint, and reveals how China's rise looks from inside and outside China, as well as inside and outside the region. David Arase is Resident Professor of International Politics at the Hopkins-Nanjing Centre in Nanjing, China. Author of many articles, book chapters, and commentaries, he has published four books, of which the most recent, The US-Japan Alliance: Balancing Soft and Hard Power in East Asia (co-edited), won the 2011 Ohira Memorial Foundation Special Prize.
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