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China’s Rise and Regional Integration in East Asia: Hegemony? or Community
Date : 2014.05.12 (Mon) Hit : 2553

 

New Book: China’s Rise and Regional Integration in East Asia: Hegemony? or Community? (New York: Routledge, 2014)

 

Routledge, one of the world’s leading academic publishers, issued a new book, China’s Rise and Regional Integration in East Asia: Hegemony? or Community?, compiling a set of papers submitted to the East Asian Community Forum, organized annually by the Asiatic Research Institute, Korea University. The volume was co-edited by Yong Wook Lee, associate professor at the Department of Political Science and International Relations, Korea University, and Key-young Son, Humanities Korea (HK) professor at the Asiatic Research Institute. The book’s contributors from South Korea, the United States and China analyze hegemony and community as the two outstanding features of East Asia’s regional order in transformation.

 

 

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China’s Rise and Regional Integration in East Asia: Hegemony? or Community

 

 


publishing information

 

Routledge Series: Politics in Asia

Hardcover: 198 pages

Publisher: Routledge (March 14, 2014)

Language: English

ISBN-10: 0415735130

ISBN-13: 978-0415735131

 

 


Contents

 

Figures and Tables

Foreword

Contributors

 

 


CHAPTER ONE

 

Introduction

Key-young Son and Yong Wook Lee, Korea University

 
PART I. HEGEMONY

CHAPTER TWO

U.S.-China Relations and a New Dual Leadership Structure in the Asia-Pacific

Quansheng Zhao, American University

 
CHAPTER THREE

The United States, East Asia, and Chinese “Triumphalism”

Yinhong Shi, Renmin University

 
CHAPTER FOUR

A Reason for Concern but Not Alarm: A Chinese Perspective on China’s Military Rise

Qingguo Jia, Peking University

 
CHAPTER FIVE

The Emergence of the G2 Era and Faltering South Korea-China Relations

Jung-Nam Lee, Korea University

 
PART II. COMMUNITY

CHAPTER SIX

Transnational Identity and Order in Northeast Asia

Gilbert Rozman, Princeton University

 
CHAPTER SEVEN

Commercial Space Versus Security Space: The Complex Institutions of Northeast Asia

T.J. Pempel, University of California, Berkeley

 
CHAPTER EIGHT

China’s Relations with Its Neighboring Countries: Historical Patterns and the Formation of a Regional Community

Xiaoming Zhang, Peking University

 
CHAPTER NINE

Synthesis and Reformulation of Foreign Policy Change: Japan and East Asian Financial Regionalism

Yong Wook Lee, Korea University

 

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