East Asian Multilateralism : Prospects for Regional Stability
In East Asian Multilateralism, prominent international foreign affairs scholars examine the range of implications of shifting alignments in East Asia. The first part delves into the intraregional dynamics, and the second assesses current economic conditions and policies within individual East Asian states. The third section examines the challenge of regional cooperation from the perspectives of local players, while the fourth analyzes the implications for foreign policy in the United States and in Asia.
This thorough review and assessment charts the preconditions and prospects for deeper multilateralism, poses tough questions about America's security and national interests in the region, and carries a plea for more serious institution-building in the North Pacific, using the ongoing six-party process in talks on North Korea as a point of departure.
- Hardback | 296 pages
- 154.94 x 228.6 x 25.4mm | 498.95g
- 12 Mar 2008
- JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY PRESS
- Baltimore, MD, United States
- 14 Line drawings, black and white
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