Asia’s Regional Architecture: Alliances and Institutions in the Pacific Century
Presents the evolution of Asia’s regional architecture from the post-World War II period to the present. Begins with the development of US bilateral alliances and ASEAN during the Cold War. Describes bilateralism, multilateralism, and the making of an alliance consensus and elements of change and continuity in Asia’s regional architecture in the period between the warning years of the Cold war and the Asian financial crisis (1989-1997). Mentions the ASEAN Regional Forum, and the growth of East Asian regionalism. Examines Asian regionalism in the regional architecture in the decade after the Asian financial crisis (1997-2007) and the emerging complex patchwork of Asia’s regional architecture in the context of the US strategic rebalance toward Asia and a rising China. Covers the rise of regional trade agreements such as the TPP and the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP). Explores Asia’s regional architecture and US policy under the Trump administration and China’s strategic vision under President Xi Jinping and regional order.
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