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Regionalism in Asia (Critical Issues in Modern Politics)

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Especially since the end of the Cold War, research on and around the international relations of Asia has grown exponentially and, to make sense of what is now a vast and unwieldly corpus of scholarly literature, this new four-volume collection from Routledge’s Critical Issues in Modern Politics series brings together the best and most influential work in the field.It is destined to be valued by scholars, students, and researchers of Asian international relations, politics, history, and current affairs as a vital resource.
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ISBN-13: 9780415475235
ISBN-10: 0415475236
Pagini: 4
Dimensiuni: 156 x 234 mm
Greutate: 3.2 kg
Ediția: New.
Editura: Routledge
Seria Critical Issues in Modern Politics


Volume I. International Relations Theory and ASEAN
Part 1. Studying Southeast Asia
1. Donald K. Emmerson, ‘"Southeast Asia": What’s in a Name?’, Journal of Southeast Asian Studies, 1984, 15, 1, 1ߝ21.
2. Tim Huxley, ‘Southeast Asia in the Study of International Relations: The Rise and Decline of a Region’, Pacific Review, 1996, 9, 2, 199ߝ228.
3. David Martin Jones and Michael L. R. Smith, ‘Is There a Sovietology of South-East Asian Studies?’, International Affairs, 2001, 77, 4, 843ߝ65.
4. Alan Chong, ‘Southeast Asia: Theory Between Modernization and Tradition’, International Relations of the Asia-Pacific, 2007, 7, 3, 391ߝ438.
Part 2. Explaining ASEAN: Competing/Congruent Theories
5. Michael Leifer, ASEAN’s Search for Regional Order (National University of Singapore, 1987).
6. Donald K. Emmerson, ‘ASEAN as an International Regime’, Journal of International Affairs, 1987, 4, 4, 1ߝ16.
7. Sheldon W. Simon, ‘Realism and Neoliberalism: International Relations Theory and Southeast Asian Security’, Pacific Review, 1995, 8, 1, 5ߝ24.
8. Amitav Acharya, ‘Realism, Institutionalism and the Asian Financial Crisis’, Contemporary Southeast Asia, 1999, 21, 1, 1ߝ29.
9. Nikolas Busse, ‘Constructivism and Southeast Asian Security’, Pacific Review, 1999, 12, 1, 39ߝ60.
10. Jürgen Haacke, ‘ASEAN’s Diplomatic and Security Culture: A Constructivist Assessment’, International Relations of the Asia-Pacific, 2003, 3, 1, 57ߝ87.
11. Shaun Narine, ‘The English School and ASEAN’, Pacific Review, 2006, 19, 2, 199ߝ218.
Part 3. Is ASEAN a Security Community?
12. Amitav Acharya, ‘A Regional Security Community in Southeast Asia?’, Journal of Strategic Studies, 1995, 18, 3, 175ߝ200.
13. David Martin Jones and Michael L. R. Smith, ‘ASEAN’s Imitation Community’, Orbis, 2002, 46, 1, 93ߝ109.
14. Nicholas Khoo, ‘Deconstructing the ASEAN Security Community: A Review Essay’, International Relations of the Asia-Pacific, 2004, 4, 1, 35ߝ46.
Part 4. Rationalism vs. Constructivism
15. Sorpong Peou, ‘Realism and Constructivism in Southeast Asian Security Studies Today: A Review Essay’, Pacific Review, 2002, 15, 1, 119ߝ38.
16. Sarah Eaton and Richard Stubbs, ‘Is ASEAN Powerful? Neo-Realist Versus Constructivist Approaches to Power in Southeast Asia’, Pacific Review, 2006, 19, 2, 135ߝ55.
17. See Seng Tan, ‘Rescuing Constructivism from the Constructivists: A Critical Reading of Constructivist Interventions in Southeast Asian Security’, Pacific Review, 2006, 19, 2, 239ߝ60.
Volume II. ASEAN and Regional Security of Southeast Asia
Part 5. ASEAN Evolution: From ‘Pre-birth’ to ‘Adolescence’ to ‘Young Adulthood’ to ‘Mid-Life’
18. Philip Charrier, ‘ASEAN’s Inheritance: The Regionalization of Southeast Asia, 1941ߝ61’, Pacific Review, 2001, 14, 3, 313ߝ38.
19. Poon Kim Shee, ‘A Decade of ASEAN, 1967ߝ1977’, Asian Survey, 1977, XVII, 8, 753ߝ70.
20. Richard Stubbs, ‘ASEAN at Twenty: The Search for a New Consensus’, Behind the Headlines, 1988, 45, 3, Jan./Feb.
21. Kusuma Snitwongse, ‘Thirty Years of ASEAN: Achievements through Political Cooperation’, Pacific Review, 1998, 11, 2, 183ߝ94.
22. Amitav Acharya, ‘ASEAN at 40: Mid-Life Rejuvenation?’,, 15 Aug. 2007.
Part 6. ASEAN Regionalism: The ASEAN Way
23. Teik Soon Lau, ‘ASEAN Diplomacy: National Interest and Regionalism’, Journal of Asian and African Studies, 1990, XXV, 1/2, 114ߝ27.
24. Shaun Narine, ‘Institutional Theory and Southeast Asia: The Case of ASEAN’, World Affairs, 1998, 161, 1, 33ߝ47.
25. Hiro Katsumata, ‘Reconstruction of Diplomatic Norms in Southeast Asia: The Case for Strict Adherence to the "ASEAN Way"’, Contemporary Southeast Asia, 2003, 25, 1, 104ߝ21.
26. Lorraine Elliot, ‘ASEAN and Environmental Cooperation: Norms, Interests and Identity’, Pacific Review, 2003, 16, 1, 29ߝ52.
Part 7. ASEAN Enlargement: Challenges and Prospects
27. Sukhumbhand Paribatra, ‘From ASEAN Six to ASEAN Ten: Issues and Prospects’, Contemporary Southeast Asia, 1994, 16, 3, 243ߝ58.
28. John Funston, ‘Challenges Facing ASEAN in a More Complex Age’, Contemporary Southeast Asia, 1999, 21, 2, 205ߝ19.
Part 8. ASEAN Conflict Prevention: The Search for Peace
29. Russell H. Fifield, ‘ASEAN: Image and Reality’, Asian Survey, 1979, 19, 12, 1199ߝ208.
30. Amitav Acharya, ‘Regional Military-Security Cooperation in the Third World: A Conceptual Analysis of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations’, Journal of Peace Research, 1992, 29, 1, 7ߝ21.
31. Timo Kivimäki, ‘The Long Peace of ASEAN’, Journal of Peace Research, 2001, 38, 1, 5ߝ25.
32. Michael Leifer, ‘The ASEAN Peace Process: A Category Mistake’, Pacific Review, 1999, 12, 1, 25ߝ38.
Part 9. ASEAN Extra-regionalism: Engaging the Great Powers
33. Hans H. Indorf, ‘ASEAN in Extra-Regional Perspective’, Contemporary Southeast Asia, 1987, 9, 2, 86ߝ105.
34. Evelyn Goh, ‘Great Powers and Hierarchical Order in Southeast Asia: Analyzing Regional Security Strategies’, International Security, 2007, 32, 3, 113ߝ57.
Volume III. Regional Order and Architecture in Asia
Part 10. Regional Environment of Asia
35. Barry Buzan, ‘Security Architecture in Asia: The Interplay of Regional and Global Levels’, Pacific Review, 2003, 16, 2, 143ߝ73.
36. David C. Kang, ‘Getting Asia Wrong: The Need for New Analytical Frameworks’, International Security, 2003, 27, 4, 57ߝ85.
37. Amitav Acharya, ‘Will Asia’s Past Be its Future?’, International Security, 2003, 28, 3, 149ߝ64.
38. John Ravenhill, ‘A Three Bloc World? The New East Asian Regionalism’, International Relations of the Asia-Pacific, 2002, 2, 2, 167ߝ95.
Part 11. Multilateral Ideas and Institutions in Asia
39. David B. Dewitt, ‘Common, Comprehensive, and Cooperative Security’, Pacific Review, 1994, 7, 1, 1ߝ15.
40. Amitav Acharya, ‘Ideas, Identity, and Institution-Building: From the "ASEAN Way" to the "Asia-Pacific Way"’, Pacific Review, 1997, 10, 3, 319ߝ46.
41. Ron Huisken, ‘Civilizing the Anarchical Society: Multilateral Security Processes in the Asia-Pacific’, Contemporary Southeast Asia, 2002, 24, 2, 187ߝ202.
42. Joseph Camilleri, ‘East Asia’s Emerging Regionalism: Tensions and Potential in Design and Architecture’, Global Change, Peace and Security, 2005, 17, 3, 253ߝ61.
Part 12. Debating the ARF
43. Michael Leifer, ‘The ASEAN Regional Forum’, Adelphi Paper, 1996, No. 302 (Oxford University Press/IISS).
44. Yuen Foong Khong, ‘Making Bricks without Straw in the Asia-Pacific?’, Pacific Review, 1997, 10, 2, 289ߝ300.
45. Ralf Emmers, ‘The Influence of the Balance of Power Factor within the ASEAN Regional Forum’, Contemporary Southeast Asia, 2002, 23, 2, 275ߝ91.
46. Alastair Iain Johnston, ‘The Myth of the ASEAN Way? Explaining the Evolution of the ASEAN Regional Forum’, in Helga Haftendorn, Robert O. Keohane, and Celeste A. Wallander (eds.), Imperfect Unions: Security Institutions Over Time and Space (Oxford University Press, 1999), pp. 287ߝ324.
47. Hiro Katsumata, ‘Establishment of the ASEAN Regional Forum: Constructing a "Talking Shop" or a "Norm Brewery"?’, Pacific Review, 2006, 19, 2, 181ߝ98.
Part 13. Debating the AFTA, APEC, and ASEAN+3
48. Helen Nesadurai, ‘Attempting Developmental Regionalism through AFTA: The Domestic Sources of Regional Governance’, Third World Quarterly, 2003, 24, 2, 235ߝ53.
49. Richard Stubbs, ‘ASEAN Plus Three: Emerging East Asian Regionalism?’, Asian Survey, 2002, 42, 3, May/June, 440ߝ55.
50. Markus Hund, ‘ASEAN Plus Three: Towards a New Age of Pan-East Asian Regionalism? A Skeptic’s Appraisal’, Pacific Review, 2003, 16, 3, 383ߝ418.
51. Helen Nesadurai, ‘APEC: A Tool for US Regional Domination?’, Pacific Review, 1996, 9, 1, 31ߝ57.
52. Mark Beeson and Iyanatul Islam, ‘Neoliberalism and East Asia: Resisting the Washington Consensus’, Journal of Development Studies, 2005, 41, 2, 197ߝ219.
Volume IV: Non-official Diplomacy and Activism in Asia
Part 14. Regional Security Discourse in Asia
53. Paul M. Evans, ‘Between Regionalism and Regionalization: Policy Networks and the Nascent East Asian Institutional Identity’, in T. J. Pempel (ed.), Remapping East Asia: The Construction of a Region (Cornell University Press, 2005), pp. 195ߝ215.
54. Pauline Kerr, ‘The Security Dialogue in the Asia-Pacific’, Pacific Review, 1994, 7, 4, 397ߝ409.
55. Graeme Cheeseman, ‘Asia-Pacific Security Discourse in the Wake of the Asian Economic Crisis’, Pacific Review, 1999, 12, 3, 333ߝ56.
Part 15. ‘Track 2’ Contributions to Regional Security
56. Lawrence T. Woods, ‘Learning from NGO Proponents of Asia-Pacific Regionalism: Success and its Lessons’, Asian Survey, 1995, 35, 9, 812ߝ27.
57. Sheldon W. Simon, ‘Evaluating Track II Approaches to Security Diplomacy in the Asia-Pacific: The CSCAP Experience’, Pacific Review, 2002, 15, 2, 167ߝ200.
58. Hiro Katsumata, ‘The Role of ASEAN Institutes of Strategic and International Studies in Developing Security Cooperation in the Asia-Pacific Region’, Asian Journal of Political Science, 2003, 11, 1, 93ߝ111.
59. Charles E. Morrison, ‘Track 1/Track 2 Symbiosis in Asia-Pacific Regionalism’, Pacific Review, 2004, 17, 4, 547ߝ65.
60. Desmond Ball, Anthony Milner, and Brendan Taylor, ‘Track 2 Security Dialogue in the Asia-Pacific: Reflections and Future Directions’, Asian Security, 2006, 2, 3, 174ߝ88.
Part 16. ‘Track 3’ Contributions to Regional Security
61. Amitav Acharya, ‘Democratization and the Prospects for Participatory Regionalism in Southeast Asia’, Third World Quarterly, 2003, 24, 2, 375ߝ90.
62. Mely Caballero-Anthony, ‘Non-State Regional Governance Mechanism for Economic Security: The Case of the ASEAN Peoples’ Assembly’, Pacific Review, 2004, 17, 4, 567ߝ85.
63. Alexander C. Chandra, ‘Indonesian Non-State Actors in ASEAN: A New Regionalism Agenda for Southeast Asia?’, Contemporary Southeast Asia, 2004, 26, 1, 155ߝ74.
Part 17. State: Civil Society Dilemmas
64. Herman Joseph S. Kraft, ‘The Autonomy Dilemma of Track 2 Diplomacy in Southeast Asia’, Security Dialogue, 2000, 31, 3, 357ߝ73.
65. See Seng Tan, ‘Nonofficial Diplomacy in Southeast Asia: "Civil Society" or "Civil Service"?’, Contemporary Southeast Asia, 2005, 27, 3, 370ߝ87.
66. Mohamad Maznah, ‘Towards a Human Rights Regime in Southeast Asia: Charting the Course of State Commitment’, Contemporary Southeast Asia, 2002, 24, 2, 214ߝ35.
67. David Martin Jones, ‘Democratization, Civil Society, and Illiberal Middle Class Culture in Pacific Asia’, Comparative Politics, 1998, 30, 2, 147ߝ69.