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China and Southeast Asia
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The relations between ASEAN and China occupy a unique and important position in the foreign relations of the Asia-Pacific region. China and Southeast Asia’s political, strategic and economic importance in the realm of international relations has been transformed by the region’s unprecedented economic growth, unexpected financial crisis, and turbulent political changes. This volume investigates the impacts of global changes and regional challenges confronting the contemporary developments of China–ASEAN relations. Topics include: changes in strategic perceptions, the economic challenges and legal considerations of the China-ASEAN FTA in the context of a multilateral trading system, the role of “East Asia”, non-traditional security issues, prospects of regionalism, China-Taiwan-ASEAN triangular relations, and Malaysia’s and Singapore’s diplomatic engagement with China. It offers authoritative arguments and a rich collection of ideas for policy-makers and interested readers to mull over.

Table of Contents

  1. Cover
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  1. Title Page, Copyright
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  1. Table of Contents
  2. pp. v-vi
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  1. List of Tables
  2. pp. vii-viii
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  1. Abbreviations
  2. pp. ix-x
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  1. Contributors
  2. pp. xi-xvi
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  1. Acknowledgements
  2. pp. xvii-xviii
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  1. INTRODUCTION: China-ASEAN Relations: Confronting New Realities by Ho Khai Leong
  2. p. xix
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  1. Part I: GLOBAL CHANGES & REGIONAL PERCEPTIONS
  2. p. 1
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  1. 1. CHINA AND SOUTHEAST ASIA: Changes in Strategic Perceptions by Wang Gungwu
  2. pp. 3-14
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  1. Part II: CHINA-ASEAN FTA: Economic Statecraft and Policy Interests
  2. p. 15
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  1. 2. THE LOGIC OF CHINA-ASEAN FTA: Economic Statecraft of “Peaceful Ascendancy” by Vincent Wei-cheng Wang
  2. pp. 17-41
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  1. 3. THE LEGAL AND POLICY CONSIDERATIONS OF CHINA-ASEAN FTA: The Impact on the Multilateral Trading System by Wang Jiang Yu
  2. pp. 42-79
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  1. 4. THE POTENTIAL OUTCOMES OF CHINA-ASEAN FTA: Politico-Economic Implications for Participating Countries by Suthiphand Chirathivat and Sothitorn Mallikamas
  2. pp. 80-108
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  1. Part III: CHINA-ASEAN RELATIONS: Domestic, Regional and International Politics
  2. pp. 109-110
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  1. 5. THE SIGNIFICANCE OF BEIJING’S BILATERAL RELATIONS: Looking ‘Below’ the Regional Level in China-ASEAN Ties by Jürgen Haacke
  2. pp. 111-145
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  1. 6. NON-TRADITIONAL SECURITY AND CHINA-ASEAN RELATIONS: Co-operation, Commitments and Challenges by Cai Peng Hong
  2. pp. 146-169
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  1. 7. THE POLITICS AND ECONOMICS OF “EAST ASIA” IN CHINA-ASEAN RELATIONS by Alice D. BA
  2. pp. 170-194
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  1. 8. ASEAN 1 OR CHINA 1? Regionalism and Regime Interests in ASEAN-China Relations by Ho Khai Leong
  2. pp. 195-210
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  1. 9. ASEAN-CHINA RELATIONS: Legacies and Future Directions by Reuben Mondejar and Wai Lung Chu
  2. pp. 211-228
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  1. Part IV: CHINA, TAIWAN & SOUTHEAST ASIA: Diplomatic Balance & Strategic Engagement
  2. p. 229
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  1. 10. TAIWAN’S DIPLOMACY IN SOUTHEAST ASIA: Still Going-South? by Chen Jie
  2. pp. 231-258
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  1. 11. THE CHANGING POLITICAL ECONOMY OF TAIWAN’S AND CHINA’S RELATIONS WITH SOUTHEAST ASIA: A Comparative Perspective by Samuel C.Y. Ku
  2. pp. 259-280
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  1. 12. BALANCING, BANDWAGONING, OR HEDGING?: Strategic and Security Patterns in Malaysia’s Relations with China, 1981–2003 by Joseph Chinyong Liow
  2. pp. 281-306
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  1. 13. SINGAPORE’S REACTION TO A RISING CHINA: Deep Engagement and Strategic Adjustment by Evelyn Goh
  2. pp. 307-327
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