Regional security in the Asia Pacific

9/11 and after
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Edward Elgar , Cheltenham, UK, Northampton, MA
Security, International, September 11 Terrorist Attacks, 2001 -- Influence, Asia -- Foreign relations, Pacific Area -- Foreign rela
Statementedited by Marika Vicziany, David Wright-Neville, Pete Lentini
ContributionsVicziany, Marika, Wright-Neville, David P, Lentini, Peter
Classifications
LC ClassificationsJZ1980 .R44 2004
The Physical Object
Paginationxvi, 270 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18163703M
ISBN 101843764377, 1843768259
LC Control Number2004040443

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Book Description. The Asia-Pacific Regional Security Assessment is the fifth IISS Strategic Dossier to be published in association with the IISS Shangri-La Dialogue. It examines a broad array of regional security themes relevant to the policy-focussed discussions expected at the Dialogue in in beyond.

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The authors combine an operational theory of regional security with an empirical application across the whole of the international system. Individual chapters cover Africa, the Balkans, CIS Europe, East Asia, EU Europe, the Middle East, North America, South America Cited by: William Choong is Shangri-La Dialogue Senior Fellow for Asia-Pacific Security at the IISS.

He helps run the annual Shangri-La Dialogue and contributes to research on regional security issues such as the South China Sea territorial disputes and Japan’s evolution into a ‘normal’ power.

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New security concerns are emerging in the Asia Pacific region as global players face challenges from rising great powers, all of which interact with confident middle powers in complicated ways. This series puts forward important new work on key security issues in the region.

This edited book examines the contemporary regional security concerns in the Asia-Pacific recognizing the ‘Butterfly effect’, the concept that small causes can have large effects: ‘the flap of a butterfly’s wings can cause a typhoon halfway around the world’.

There has been ongoing geographical reconceptualization, such as the Indo-Pacific, and the complicated geographical pictures concerning the rise of China and other neighbouring countries’ responses to it.

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This book offers an analysis of the four central regional security themes relevant to the policy-focussed discussions at the annual IISS Shangri-La Dialogue.

Namely: The evolving roles of the United States and China in Asia-Pacific security; Responses by the US and regional states to regional security tensions, particularly in the South China Sea.

Regional cooperation is also vital for the durable security structure, many scholars share this opinion that the Asia-Pacific region does not need a new regional security architecture rather it needs a new security concept.

The multi-layered structure and regional dialogue facilitate confidence building but it does not provide security. The book uses the lenses of geography, culture, and economics to examine in depth the strategic context that Asia presents to the major nations of the region—including the U.S.

as a Pacific nation—and the strategic scenarios that may well play out in the region in the near future. This book offers the most comprehensive analysis yet of the ASEAN Regional Forum (ARF), which remains the foremost dialogue forum for the promotion of cooperative security in the Asia-Pacific.

Contributors focus on the perspectives and roles of the key players in the ARF – ASEAN, the United States, China, Japan, and Australia – and discuss to what extent these participants.

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Merging a strong theoretical component with rich contemporary and historical empirical examples, Asia-Pacific Security examines the region's key players and challenges as well as a spectrum of proposed solutions for improving regional stability.

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