Presents China’s growing role in Southeast Asia along multiple dimensions and the ways that China has built connections in the region through trade, foreign aid, and cultural diplomacy. Focuses on China’s economic offensive and its discontent in Southeast Asia, political economy of China’s economic presence in Malaysia, and China-Indonesia cooperation in the Fast Track Program I. Covers limits of China’s aid diplomacy in the Philippines, the re-recognition of Confucianism in Indonesia, and Confucius Institutes in Southeast Asia.
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