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International Relations of East Asia

Structures, Institutions and International Order

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25 November 2019

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East Asia’s rapidly changing role in international security, the global economy, development and global governance are expertly accounted for in this much-needed, state-of-the-art text. Xiaoming Huang offers an engaging and...

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East Asia’s rapidly changing role in international security, the global economy, development and global governance are expertly accounted for in this much-needed, state-of-the-art text. Xiaoming Huang offers an engaging and informed account of the key concepts, issues and actors working in this area. Ranging from the region’s history, to culture and a comparative assessment of the region’s states, this text is informed throughout by a compelling theoretical framework.

In so doing, it unpicks the often complex relationships both at the domestic level and externally. Only with this understanding is it possible to make sense of the region’s complex relationships both internally and externally. Structured around key concepts in international relations of war and peace, economic development and increased contemporary security threats, this text offers an empirically-rich, engaging account of the changing fortunes of East Asia.

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Comprehensive introduction to this region, and the first to de-centre great power politics


Unique focus on the rich cultural differences in the region, and their impact on international relations

Multi-level analysis: individual, state, region and global

Pedagogically rich in presenting the key tools to analyse the region, and theoretical debates

Based on the author's extensive teaching and research experience, having taught courses on IREA for the past 25 years

1. Introduction
2. Theorizing IREA
3. Historical International Orders
4. War, Peace and Geopolitical Dynamics
5. The Bipolar Structure
6. Culture in IREA
7. Industrial Development
8. Economic Regionalism
9. Cooperative Security
10. Transnational Challenge
11. Domestic Structures
12. East Asia in the World
13. Conclusion: Futures of IREA.
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Xiaoming Huang is Professor of International Relations at Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand.

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Xiaoming Huang is Professor of International Relations at Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand.

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