The United States, China and Southeast Asian Security: A Changing of the Guard? de W. BertThe United States, China and Southeast Asian Security: A Changing of the Guard? de W. Bert

The United States, China and Southeast Asian Security: A Changing of the Guard?

deW. Bert

Couverture rigide | 10 décembre 2002 | Anglais

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China's growing economy and military power may allow it to challenge US influence in East and Southeast Asia. Wayne Bert examines the likelihood of this and the impact it would have on Southeast Asian security. The approach taken by both the US and China will affect the outcome of this struggle and both the Southeast Asian commitment to economic growth and the development of regional institutions will encourage peaceful evolution and a power transition that avoids major conflict.
WAYNE BERT served as a policy analyst in the US Defence Department and taught at Wilmington College, Ohio. He is now an independent scholar and is the author ofThe Reluctant Superpower: United States Policy in Bosnia 1991-95, together with numerous articles on Asian and international politics.
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Titre :The United States, China and Southeast Asian Security: A Changing of the Guard?Format :Couverture rigideDimensions :272 pages, 9,02 × 5,98 × 0,81 poPublié le :10 décembre 2002Publié par :Palgrave MacmillanLangue :Anglais

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ISBN - 10 :0333995651

ISBN - 13 :9780333995655

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List of Maps List of Tables Map Preface PART I: THE GREAT POWERS IN SOUTHEAST ASIA Introduction The United States: Primary Global Power China: Challenging Regional Power China: Historical and Contemporary Policies in Southeast Asia PART II: PERSPECTIVES FROM SOUTHEAST ASIA Southeast Asia: Autonomous Subregion or Penetrated Area? The Southeast Asian Nations: Views of China and the US PART III: THE TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY: SOUTHEAST ASIA AND THE GREAT POWERS Future Security in Southeast Asia: Preparing for a Changing of the Guard Bibliography Index

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'...a well-documented, carefully written argument to guide US foreign policy makers...highly recommended.' - J. A. Rhodes, Choice