5 edition of Multilateralism and regional security found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited by Michel Fortmann, S. Neil MacFarlane, Stéphane Roussel.|
|Contributions||Fortmann, Michel., MacFarlane, S. N. 1954-, Roussel, Stéphane., Lester B. Pearson Canadian International Peacekeeping Training Centre.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 254 p.|
|Number of Pages||254|
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This book asks why, in the wake of the Cold War, Japan suddenly reversed years of steadfast opposition to security cooperation with its neighbors. Long isolated and opposed to multilateral agreements, Japan proposed East Asia's first multilateral security forum in the early s, emerging as a regional leader. Overcoming Isolationism explores what led to this surprising about-face and offers. Nontraditional Security and Multilateralism in Asia: RESHAPING THE CONTOURS OF REGIONAL SECURITY ARCHITECTURE (pp. ).
Together, these developments pose vital questions for world stability and security. In East Asian Multilateralism, prominent international foreign affairs scholars examine the range of implications of shifting alignments in East Asia. The first part delves into the intraregional dynamics, and the second assesses current economic conditions and. This book records, analyzes, and attempts to conceptualize, this phenomenal development in Chinese foreign policy and its impact on international relations, with the emphasis on China’s active participation in multilaterally-oriented regional security regimes.
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China Turns to Multilateralism book. Foreign Policy and Regional Security. China Turns to Multilateralism. DOI link for China Turns Multilateralism and regional security book Multilateralism. with the emphasis on China’s active participation in multilaterally-oriented regional security regimes.
Written by an impressive team of international scholars, this book is the first Cited by: 7. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Multilateralism and regional security.
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Will the "Indo-Pacific turn" be a blessing or a curse for regional stability and prosperity. Using a diverse range of theoretical and empirical perspectives Author: Kai He. New player in the game: China, arms control, and multilateralism / Jing-Dong Yuan; China's multilateralism and regional order / Michael Yahuda; China and the North Korean nuclear problem: diplomatic initiative, strategic complexities, and relevance of security multilateralism / Yinhong Shi.
High-level conference on "Effective multilateralism for regional security challenges" - Vienna, 16 May (Österreichisches Außenministerium) The conference takes place in the framework of the Austrian Chairmanship of the OSCE Asian Contact Group.
"The US-Japan Security Alliance provides an excellent and up-to-date effort to think through the US-Japan relationship, and how the latter country is to fit into an Asia increasingly dominated by a rising chapters of this book examine the problem from multiple perspectives and suggest pathways to new security architectures in Northeast Asia.".
Multilateralism; New Normal; World Order; I. INTRODUCTION. InObserver Research Foundation (ORF) was invited as an institutional partner to the Finland-based research project Regional Challenges to Multilateralism (), funded by the Kone Foundation.
The project’s output has been substantial, including about 50 research publications, over 30 conference. New Player in the Game: China, Arms Control, and Multilateralism, Jing-dong Yuan Part II: Regional Security China's Multilateralism and Regional Order, Michael Yahuda China and the North Korean Nuclear Problem: Diplomatic Initiative, Strategic Complexities, and Relevance of Security Multilateralism, Yinhong Shi Multilateralism, process of organizing relations between groups of three or more that basic quantitative aspect, multilateralism is generally considered to comprise certain qualitative elements or principles that shape the character of the arrangement or institution.
Those principles are an indivisibility of interests among participants, a commitment to diffuse reciprocity, and a. Regionalism and Multilateralism: Essays on Cooperative Security in the Asia-Pacific (Regionalism & Regional Security) Paperback – December 1, by Amitav Acharya (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.
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Book Reviews At issue may not be whether Thaksin is devoid of ideas, but whether his ideas bode well or ill for Thailand and to what ends and to whose. An examination is made of US policy towards and participation in several key regional multilateral organizations in the Asia–Pacific area, with the aim of establishing how central these organizations are to the overall development of US policy and the extent to which, and how, they influence or constrain US behaviour.
The first section of the chapter reviews US strategic goals and briefly. Multilateralism may involve several nations acting together, as in the UN, or may involve regional or military alliances, pacts, or groupings, such as NATO. These multilateral institutions are not imposed on states, but are created and accepted by them in order to increase their ability to seek their own interests through the coordination of.
The book provides a novel analytical perspective on regional multilateralism in South Asia and its neighbouring regions and covers the genesis, evolution and status quo of the four major regional organizations. ARNDT MICHAEL studied law and social sciences at the. The UNU-CRIS book The EU and Multilateral Security Governance, published by Routledge in December, studies the role played by the European Union in peace and security as a regional actor with global aspirations, in the context of challenged and changing multilateralism.
The post-Cold War moment witnessed a tremendous flourishing in multilateral cooperation. However, multilateralism can only operate in the geopolitical context within which it exists. Set up inORF seeks to lead and aid policy thinking towards building a strong and prosperous India in a fair and equitable world.
It helps discover and inform India’s choices, and carries Indian voices and ideas to forums shaping global debates. Pakistan and Thailand have traditionally relied on multilateralism in the conduct of foreign policy.
Abiding faith in the value of multilateralism drives our commitment to regional and. The earliest inception of a Northeast Asian security regime began with U.S. proposals in the early s for multilateral talks among all regional powers. The book should appeal to scholars, students and practitioners interested in the United Nations, global governance, multilateralism, regional organisations and the issues covered in it (climate change, nuclear weapons, etc).4.
Regional Multilateralism in Asia and the Korean Question Lim Wonhyuk 5. Japan's Perspective on Asian Regionalism Akiko Fukushima 6. India and the Asian Security Architecture C. Raja Mohan 7. Australia's Pragmatic Approach to Asian Regionalism Greg Sheridan 8.
The Strong in the World of the Weak: Southeast Asia in Asia's Regional Architecture.THE OUTBREAK of the COVID pandemic has brought home the fact that advancing regional cooperation has become even more critical for ASEAN and its multilateral agenda.
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