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The United States and Northeast Asia : debates, issues, and new order

Author: G John Ikenberry; Chung-in Moon
Publisher: Lanham, Md. : Rowman & Littlefield, ©2008.
Series: Asia in world politics.
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Since World War II, the United States has played a crucial role in shaping Northeast Asian politics and economics. However, the Cold War's demise, September 11, and America's major strategic realignments have unleashed seismic changes in the region. China's rise, Japan's quest for a normal state, and the North Korean nuclear quagmire are also potential flash points. Collective memories of past aggression and  Read more...
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
United States and Northeast Asia.
Lanham, Md. : Rowman & Littlefield, ©2008
(OCoLC)648548610
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: G John Ikenberry; Chung-in Moon
ISBN: 9780742556386 0742556387 9780742556393 0742556395
OCLC Number: 154678478
Description: xi, 345 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
Contents: Introduction: the dynamics of transition in Northeast Asia: analytical debates, emerging issues, and new order / G. John Ikenberry and Chung-in Moon --
Part I: The United States and Northeast Asia: debates on power, reality, and realignments --
The political foundations of American relations with East Asia / G. John Ikenberry --
Power transition, institutions, and China's rise in East Asia: theoretical expectations and evidence / Avery Goldstein --
Rethinking Japan as an ordinary country / Takashi Inoguchi and Paul Bacon --
Defying expectations: Russia's missing Asian revisionism / William C. Wohlforth --
Korea as a middle power in Northeast Asian security environment / Woosang Kim --
North Korea: a perpetual rogue state? / Yongho Kim --
Part II: Emerging issues: understanding challenges to the United States --
Challenging U.S. military hegemony: "anti-Americanism" and democracy in East Asia / Katharine H.S. Moon --
Identity politics, nationalism, and the future of Northeast Asian order / Chung-in Moon and Seung-Won Suh --
Managing the North Korean nuclear quagmire: capability, impacts, and prospects / Chung-in Moon --
Part III: Designing new order --
Hegemonic order, September 11, and the consequences of the Bush revolution / Michael Mastanduno --
An institutional path: community building in Northeast Asia / Vinod K. Aggarwal and Min Gyo Koo --
The United States and the East Asian regional order: historical recasting and forecasting / Ki-jung Kim and Myongsob Kim.
Series Title: Asia in world politics.
Responsibility: edited by G. John Ikenberry and Chung-in Moon.
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Since World War II, the United States has played a crucial role in shaping Northeast Asian politics and economics. However, the Cold War's demise, September 11, and America's major strategic realignments have unleashed seismic changes in the region. China's rise, Japan's quest for a normal state, and the North Korean nuclear quagmire are also potential flash points. Collective memories of past aggression and resurgent nationalism further complicate regional dynamics. But hopeful signs abound, as deepening economic interdependence, expanding social and cultural exchanges, and the proliferation of informal economic, social, and cultural networks have improved chances for a peaceful evolution to a liberal and stable region--Publisher's description.

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[The United States and Northeast Asia] provides a broad view of the dynamics of change in Northeast Asia. * The Korea Times * The chapters are uniformly smart, well written, and theoretically Read more...

 
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