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China and Southeast Asia: global changes and regional challenges

Author: Ho, Khai Leong ; Ku, Samuel C. Y.Corporate author:Institute of Southeast Asian Studies ; National Sun Yat-sen University Center for Southeast Asian StudiesPublisher: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, 2005. ; National Sun Yat-Sen University Center for Southeast Asian Studies, 2005.Language: EnglishDescription: 327 p. ; 23 cm.ISBN: 9812302980Type of document: BookBibliography/Index: Includes bibliographical references
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Includes bibliographical references


Global Changes and Regional Challenges Contents China and Southeast Asia List of Tables Abbreviations Contributors Acknowledgements Introduction China-ASEAN Relations: Confronting New Realities HO Khai Leong Part I Global Changes and Regional Perceptions 1. China and Southeast Asia: Changes in Strategic Perceptions WANG Gungwu vii ix xi xvii xix 1 3 Part II China-ASEAN FTA: Economic Statecraft and Policy Interests 2. The Logic of China-ASEAN FTA: Economic Statecraft of "Peaceful Ascendancy" Vincent Wei-cheng WANG 3. The Legal and Policy Considerations of China-ASEAN FTA: The Impact on the Multilateral Trading System WANG JiangYu 4. The Potential Outcomes of China-ASEAN FTA: Politico-Economic Implications for Participating Countries Suthiphand CHIRATHIVAT and Sothitorn MALLIKAMAS 15 17 42 80 vi Contents Part III China-ASEAN Relations: Domestic, Regional and International Politics 5. The Significance of Beijing's Bilateral Relations: Looking `Below' the Regional Level in China-ASEAN Ties Jurgen HAACKE 6. Non-traditional Security and China-ASEAN Relations: Co-operation, Commitments and Challenges CAI Peng Hong 7. The Politics and Economics of `East Asia' in ASEAN-China Relations Alice D. BA 109 111 146 170 8. ASEAN+ 1 or China+ 1 ? Regionalism and Regime Interests in ASEAN-China Relations HO Khai Leong 9. China-ASEAN Relations: Legacies and Future Directions Reuben MONDEJAR and CHU Wai Lung Part IV China, Taiwan and Southeast Asia: Diplomatic Balance and Strategic Engagement 10. Taiwan's Diplomacy in Southeast Asia: Still Going-South? CHEN Jie 11. The Changing Political Economy of Taiwan's and China's Relations with Southeast Asia: A Comparative Perspective Samuel C. Y. KU 12. Balancing, Bandwagoning, or Hedging?: Strategic and Security Patterns in Malaysia's Relations with China, 1981-2003 Joseph Chinyong LIOW 13. Singapore's Reaction to a Rising China: Deep Engagement and Strategic Adjustment Evelyn GOH 195 211 229 231 259 281 307

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