|Author:||Christopher M. Dent|
|Title:||China, Japan And Regional Leadership In East Asia|
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|Publisher:||Edward Elgar Pub (August 30, 2008)|
While the book correctly notes that both China and Japan have the qualities and capabilities to assume leadership roles in East Asia, the questions which flow from that premise include identifying which state (or both) will assume these roles and what would be their basis for doing so? As the introduction argues, both countries have hitherto practiced relatively low-key forms of regional leadership and have revealed certain aspirations to become stronger regional leaders
Geographic Name: East Asia Politics and government 21st century. Personal Name: Dent, Christopher . 1965-. Download China, Japan and regional leadership in East Asia Christopher M. Dent. leave here couple of words about this book: Tags: Artists in literature. On this site it is impossible to download the book, read the book online or get the contents of a book. The administration of the site is not responsible for the content of the site. The data of catalog based on open source database. All rights are reserved by their owners. Download book China, Japan and regional leadership in East Asia, Christopher M.
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September 2009, 26:255 Cite as. Christopher M. Dent (e., China, Japan and Regional Leadership in East Asia. Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, UK and Northampton, MA. 2008. Authors and affiliations. First Online: 25 July 2009. Studies of the emergence of East Asia as a distinct region in global politics and economics became more prevalent in the 1990s
This book considers themes, evidence and ideas relating to the prospects for regional leadership in East Asia, with particular reference to China and Japan assuming 'regional leader actor' roles. Key issues discussed by the list of distinguished contributors include: - the extent to which there is an East Asian region to lead - China-Japan relations - different aspects of This book considers themes, evidence and ideas relating to the prospects for regional leadership in East Asia, with particular reference to China and Japan assuming 'regional leader actor' roles. Invaluably, the concluding chapter brings together the main findings of the book and presents new analytical approaches for studying the nature of, and prospects for leadership in East Asia.
This paper aims to study this contest, with a look at the theoretical framework regarding leadership to East Asia. It shows that regional leadership dynamics in East Asia have shifted from the absence of regional leaders to Sino–Japanese cooperative competition to their conflictive competition, which has been determined not only by the material power structure but also by social interactions. It argues that this shifting dynamics has proved crucial for the evolution of East Asian regionalism, determining its fate and degree.
regional and multilateral organisations and frameworks the position of certain & powers' (. the United States and Korea) with regards to regional leadership diplomacy in East Asia. Invaluably, the concluding chapter brings together the main findings of the book and presents new analytical approaches for studying the nature of, and prospects for, regional leadership in East Asia.
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East Asia is increasingly becoming a coherent and prominent region in the international system. How they exercise this leadership will have implications for the whole region and is a complex issue, just as the Japanese-Chinese relationship is in itself. This is the basis for the book's 11 essays examining the leadership roles of Japan and China as well as East Asian regional integration. These were presented at a workshop in Leeds in July 2007. Literature on the Chinese-Japanese relationship is fairly extensive. In the introduction, Dent discusses recent developments in regionalism in general and then maps the main regional organizations in East Asia.
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