Japan, China and Networked Regionalism in East Asia

Hardcover | November 15, 2011

byJoel Rathus

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Viewing the rise of China from Japan's perspective, the author elucidates Japanese policy responses and their implications for regional institution building. It fills a gap in knowledge about the development of East Asian regional institutions and Sino-Japanese relationships.

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Viewing the rise of China from Japan's perspective, the author elucidates Japanese policy responses and their implications for regional institution building. It fills a gap in knowledge about the development of East Asian regional institutions and Sino-Japanese relationships.

JOEL RATHUS is EABER Scholar at the East Asian Bureau of Economic Research of the Australian National University. Previously, he was a Monbukagakusho scholar in Japan and Lecturer at the Center for Asian Studies at the University of Adelaide, Australia. He has published in the area of Japanese-Chinese relations and Japan-Australia pol...
Format:HardcoverDimensions:248 pages, 8.9 × 5.65 × 0.83 inPublished:November 15, 2011Publisher:Palgrave MacmillanLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0230300049

ISBN - 13:9780230300040

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Table of Contents

Introduction: A Puzzle of Regions and Institutions
Sino-Japanese relations and East Asian Regionalism: An Eclectic Approach
The Rise of China, Japan and the Parameters of the Policy Response
An East Asian Free Trade Area: Competitive Arrangements
The Chiang Mai Initiative: Real Financial Regionalism?
The ASEAN Regional Forum: Security and Community
The Asian Development Bank: A Rising Tide?
Conclusion: A Networked Regionalism

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"This book identifies the numerous factors to be considered when analyzing contemporary manifestations of East Asian regionalism. For those tackling these complex issues, this book should no doubt serve as an important reference." - Hiroyuki Hoshiro, Social Science Japan Journal