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Rethinking security in East Asia: identity, power and efficiency

Author: Suh, J. J. ; Katzenstein, Peter J. ; Carlson, Allen Corporate author: East-West Center Series: Studies in Asian security Publisher: Stanford University Press, 2004.Language: EnglishDescription: 273 p. : Graphs ; 23 cm.ISBN: 0804749795Type of document: BookBibliography/Index: Includes bibliographical references and index
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Book Europe Campus
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Print JZ5586.42 .A R48 2004
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Includes bibliographical references and index

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Rethinking Security in East Asia Identity, Power and Efficiency Contents Figures and Table Contributors Preface I Rethinking Asian Security: A Case for Analytical Eclecticism PETER J. KATZENSTEIN AND RUDRA SIL ix xi xiii I 2 Beijing's Security Behavior in the Asia-Pacific: Is China a Dissatisfied Power? ALASTAIR IAIN JOHNSTON 34 3 Japan and Asian-Pacific Security PETER J. KATZENSTEIN AND NOBUO OKAWARA 97 4 Bound to Last? The U.S.-Korea Alliance and Analytical Eclecticism J. J. SUH 131 5 Coping with Strategic Uncertainty: The Role of Institutions and Soft Balancing in Southeast Asia's Post--Cold War Strategy YUEN FOONG KHONG 172 6 The Value of Rethinking East Asian Security: Denaturalizing and Explaining a Complex Security Dynamic ALLEN CARLSON AND J. J. SUH 209 Bibliography Index 235 265

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