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eBook The Rise of China and a Changing East Asian Order ePub

by Kokubun Ryosei,Jisi Wang

  • ISBN: 4889070699
  • Category: Politics and Government
  • Subcategory: Politics
  • Author: Kokubun Ryosei,Jisi Wang
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Japan Center Intl Exchange (May 19, 2004)
  • Pages: 277
  • ePub book: 1408 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1701 kb
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  • Rating: 4.3
  • Votes: 264

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THE GREAT DRAGON EFFECT: MAINLAND CHINA and the ASIAN SLOWDOWN Raul V. Executive Summary This paper details the many,possible economic,imports that M. China will. China es protagonista de las noticias de forma cotidiana. El resurgimiento de su influencia cultural puede ser un factor principal para condicionar la inserción actual de la RPC en Asia-Pacífico y en la estabilidad de esta región.

In this book, intellectual leaders from the region present their perspectives on China’s development. By Kokubun Ryosei and Wang Jisi April 1, 2004.

Wang, Jisi, 1948-; Kokobun, Ryosei; Nihon Kokusai Kōryū Sentā.

In this book, intellectual leaders from the region present their perspectives on China's development. Four chapters by Chinese authors analyze the domestic dynamics related to the country's political and economic development as well as its external economic and political/security relationships.

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Kokubun Ryosei, Wang Jisi. In this book, intellectual leaders from the region present their perspectives on China?s development. Four chapters by Chinese authors analyze the domestic dynamics related to the country?s political and economic development as well as its external economic and political/security relationships.

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China's Changing Role in Asia. Wang Jisi, Director, Institute of American Studies, Chinese Academy of Social Science. 5. The Cultural Implication of the Rise of China on the Region. Wang Gungwu, Director, East Asian Institute, Singapore. Chinese Perspectives. 2. Globalizing China: The Challenges and the Opportunites. Ryosei Kokubun, Director, Center for Area Studies, Keio University. 3. China and Asia Pacific Regionalism. 6. Political Developments in the Rise of China. Yang Guangbin, Professor, School of International Studies, Renmin University. 7. A Sustainable Chinese Economy?

provocatively contends that China's aspirational rise will make the East Asian region more stable .

provocatively contends that China's aspirational rise will make the East Asian region more stable. Charles Burton Globe & Mail). should be required reading for everyone concerned about the rise of China or East Asian international relations. Andrew Scobell, Texas A&M University Political Science Quarterly). Any serious student of Asia will find China Rising challenging, and will give that reader a good deal to consider-and perhaps rethink.

The prospect of a new, rapidly rising China poses both opportunities and challenges for regional community building in Asia Pacific. In this book, intellectual leaders from the region present their perspectives on China's development. Four chapters by Chinese authors analyze the domestic dynamics related to the country's political and economic development as well as its external economic and political/security relationships. Contributors from Japan, Korea, member-countries of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations, and Australia/New Zealand cover the growing political influence of China in the region, its influence on security in the region, and the implications of China's continuing economic growth. Five final chapters examine China's regional strategy toward Asia Pacific, Japan-China cooperation on regional community building, taking a greater role in regional security arrangements and the regional economic order, and the cultural implications for the region of the rise of China. Contributors include Yang Guangbin (Renmin University, Japan), Men Honghua (Central Party School, China), Wang Rongjun (Chinese Academy of Social Science), Ni Feng (Chinese Academy of Social Sciences), Takahara Akio (Rikkyo University, Japan), Ohashi Hideo (Senshu University, Japan), Lee Geun, (Seoul National University, Korea), Jwa Sung-Hee (Korea Economic Research Institute), Morada Noel (Institute for Strategic and Development Studies, Philippines), Mari Pangestu (former executive director, Center for Strategic and International Studies), Greg Austin, (European Institute for Asian Studies, Brussels, and Australian National University), Jusuf Wanandi (Center for Strategic and International Studies, Indonesia), Chia Siow Yue (Singapore Institute of International Affairs and EADN), and Wang Gungwu, (East Asian Institute, Singapore).

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Goltigor Goltigor
This book is a good reference book for studying China's rise and explore its impacts on East Asia.
The author explore the possibility or potential of China's dominance in East Asia.
Shaktit Shaktit
As China continues to grow at an impressive rate, the book (already 3 years old) speculates on how this will affect its neighbours. Contributors from outside China point out possible effects, as other countries might adjust their trade and foreign policies to accomodate a greater Chinese influence.

The tone is optimistic. Suggesting that Japan, Korea and others will also benefit from a peaceful cooperation, that yields increasing prosperity for all concerned. This theme of mutual benefit pervades the book. Especially as the Chinese market will demand both raw materials and sophisticated products. The former can be well supplied by Australia, while the latter offer Japan and South Korea great prospects for their advanced technological companies.