Continent coast ocean

Dynamics of regionalism in Eastern Asia

Ooi Kee Beng, Ding Choo Ming

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    Abstract

    This collection of articles takes a long look at the dynamics of regionalism in Eastern Asia and shows how although the past limits the future, its hold on our possibilities for peaceful coexistence is not as strong as we think. What makes this volume unique is that Taiwanese scholars are brought together with Malaysian scholars to discuss a subject that is vital to the future of both East and Southeast Asians. Japan's diplomatic history as well as the heritage of its conquest of Eastern Asia is examined alongside China's cultural geography, paradigmatic dynamics, and intra-regional economics. Ties between East Asia and Southeast Asia, as well as the influence of American military power and European integration are also thoroughly dealt with. The end result is that the reader is offered multidisciplinary perspectives on present and future regional trends.

    Original languageEnglish
    PublisherInstitute of Southeast Asian Studies
    Number of pages223
    ISBN (Print)9789812304483
    Publication statusPublished - 2007

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    regionalism
    peaceful coexistence
    cultural geography
    European integration
    Southeast Asia
    Japan
    Military
    China
    present
    trend
    history
    economics

    ASJC Scopus subject areas

    • Social Sciences(all)

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    Beng, O. K., & Ming, D. C. (2007). Continent coast ocean: Dynamics of regionalism in Eastern Asia. Institute of Southeast Asian Studies.

    Continent coast ocean : Dynamics of regionalism in Eastern Asia. / Beng, Ooi Kee; Ming, Ding Choo.

    Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, 2007. 223 p.

    Research output: Book/ReportBook

    Beng, OK & Ming, DC 2007, Continent coast ocean: Dynamics of regionalism in Eastern Asia. Institute of Southeast Asian Studies.
    Beng OK, Ming DC. Continent coast ocean: Dynamics of regionalism in Eastern Asia. Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, 2007. 223 p.
    Beng, Ooi Kee ; Ming, Ding Choo. / Continent coast ocean : Dynamics of regionalism in Eastern Asia. Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, 2007. 223 p.
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