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

Published Singapore : Palgrave Macmillan, [2018]


Location Call No. Status
Physical description 1 online resource.
Series Asan-Palgrave Macmillan series.
Asan-Palgrave Macmillan series.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
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.
Reproduction Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, MI Available via World Wide Web.
Notes Description based on online resource; title from digital title page (viewed on October 27, 2017).
Other author Rozman, Gilbert, editor.
Liow, Joseph Chinyong, 1972- editor.
ProQuest (Firm)
Subject ASEAN.
Southeast Asia -- Foreign relations -- Asia.
Asia -- Foreign relations -- Southeast Asia.
Southeast Asia -- Foreign relations -- Australia.
Australia -- Foreign relations -- Southeast Asia.
Local series Proquest Ebook Central
ISBN 9789811031717 (electronic book)
9811031711 (electronic book)

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