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Macmillan Higher Education

Regionalism and Globalization in East Asia (2nd Edition)

Politics, Security and Economic Development

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Palgrave

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Hardcover - 9781137332363

14 February 2014

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14 February 2014

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24 August 2017

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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...

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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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A systematic and wideranging introduction to the political economy and politics both domestic and international of contemporary East Asia

Takes and comprehensive approach that captures distinctive historical and contingent factors that have made East Asia such a unique region

Integrated analysis and explanation of interlinked political, economic and security processes that are such a distinctive feature of the region

Provides an explanation of contemporary situation, especially the growing interest in regionalism, that is result of the area's turbulent past

Introduction
1. Conceptualizing East Asia
2. Northeast Asia and the Weight of History
3. The Subordination of Southeast Asia
4. Evolving Security Challenges
5. Regional Security
6. Nationalism, Domestic Politics and Asian Values
7. The Developmental State
8. The Rise of China
9. East Asia and the Global Economy
10. Crises and their Consequences
11. East Asian Regionalism
12. East Asian Futures.
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Mark Beeson is Winthrop Professor in Political Science and International Relations at the University of Western Australia and formerly Professor of International Relations, University of Birmingham, UK.

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Mark Beeson is Winthrop Professor in Political Science and International Relations at the University of Western Australia and formerly Professor of International Relations, University of Birmingham, UK.

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