|Title||Power transition and international order in Asia : Issues and challenges|
|Author||edited by Peter Shearman|
|Imprint||London : Routledge, 2014|
|Descript||xix, 222p. : ill ; 24 cm|
Introduction. -- The rise of China, power transition, and international order in Asia: a new Cold War? -- Power shift: Asia, China and the decline of the West? -- The EU's role in security and regional order in East Asia. -- The South China Sea issue and its implications for the security of East Asia. -- The Shanghai cooperation organization: a future balancing coalition in Asia? -- Russia's policy towards Pacific Asia. -- Japan's changing security policy and the "Dynamic defence force" concept. -- The emergent nuclear order in South Asia. -- North Korea: how will it end? -- Terrorism and insurgencies in Southeast Asia and their implications for counter-terrorism and regional order. -- International implications of organised crime and corruption in East and Southeast Asia.
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