3 edition of The emerging relations between China & Southeast Asia found in the catalog.
The emerging relations between China & Southeast Asia
ASEAN-China Hong Kong Forum (1987)
|Other titles||Emerging relations between China and Southeast Asia.|
|Contributions||Lai, Frances Fung-Wai., Lingnan College (Hong Kong, China). Centre for Asian Pacific Studies.|
|LC Classifications||DS525.9.C5 A83 1987|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||205 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||205|
|LC Control Number||91152287|
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UNITED STATES STUDIES CENTRE EMERGING US SECURITY PARTNERSHIPS IN SOUTHEAST ASIA THE DYNAMICS OF US CHINA SOUTHEAST ASIA RELATIONS 3 Extending from the Indian subcontinent in the west to the Pacific shores of the Americas in the east, the Indo-Pacific is the world’s most dynamic region economically, home to more than half of the world’s.
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Dealing with the reemergence of Russia as a competing great power. Defeating violent Islamic extremism, and working the. Southeast Asia, the Bay of Bengal region and China’s southwest provinces. Of late his research has where she worked on the trilateral relations between India, Indonesia and Australia.
emerging trans-regional corridors: South and Southeast asia 2 agencies. While this is a positive result of such. Examples abound: tensions between China and Japan; disputes over the South China Sea; the search for peace and prosperity in Afghanistan; the rapid growth of countries as diverse as India and Indonesia; the democratic transition in Myanmar; the prospect for renewed relations between Iran and the West—not to mention the challenges posed by.
The smaller and medium-sized powers of Southeast Asia are experienced hosts of great-power influence and competition. The question of whether big-power rivalry will highlight the clear divides that already exist within Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN), despite ASEAN intentions to the contrary, similarly remains unanswered as : Sarah Raine, Christian Le Miére.
There are three primary elements in India and Southeast Asia relations, which might define competition and cooperation between India and China. Given the fact that China’s assertive posture has certain strategic elements embedded into it, India would like to cajole and even bring about multilateral consultations to bring China to comply with.
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