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Russia-ASEAN Relations

New Directions

Gennady Chufrin and Mark Hong

Publication Year: 2007

In an era of great changes and much uncertainty, such as the revival of an active Russia, buoyed by increasing energy wealth, a U.S. mired in Iraq and Afghanistan, rising China and India, as well as Japan moving towards normalization, ASEAN needs to closely monitor great power trends and thinking. This timely and topical book provides insights into various issues high on the regional agenda. The rise of China is closely observed in three chapters in this book. On Russia-ASEAN relations, three authors offer their perspectives. Energy issues are scrutinized. The ongoing efforts to build an East Asian Community are analysed. At a time when Russia has an active profile in Southeast Asia with its arms sales to Indonesia and its nuclear technology assistance to Myanmar, this book offers useful and authoritative discourses on its relations with ASEAN, building on an earlier volume published by ISEAS.

Published by: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies

Title Page, Copyright Page

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Table of Contents

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pp. v-vi

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Foreword by ISEAS Director

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pp. vii-x

This book based on the IMEMO-ISEAS Moscow Conference of October 2006 is the second in the series. At the Moscow conference, one of the major themes discussed was the rise of China and its impact upon the Asia-Pacific economies, politics and security...

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Foreword by IMEMO Deputy Director

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pp. xi-xiv

The first Russia–ASEAN Summit held in Kuala Lumpur in December 2005 adopted, along with a joint Political Declaration, a Comprehensive Programme of Action to Promote Cooperation in political, economic, cultural and other areas of Russia–ASEAN inter-relationship...

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The Contributors

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pp. xv-xviii

Vyacheslav AMIROV is currently Senior Research Fellow, Center for Asia Pacific Studies, IMEMO. He graduated from the Economics Faculty, Moscow State University in 1971, and joined IMEMO in 1971 where he received his Ph.D. in Economics in 1975. He has written numerous...

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The Editors

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pp. xix-xx

Gennady CHUFRIN is Deputy Director, Institute of World Economy and International Relations (IMEMO), Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow. He is author/co-author of fifteen monographs and over 120 articles published both in Russia and abroad, in Russian...

PART I: OVERVIEW OF ASEAN-RUSSIA RELATIONS

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1. Russia, ASEAN and East Asia

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pp. 3-13

On 13 December 2005, on the occasion of the series of summit meetings of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) in Kuala Lumpur, President Vladimir V. Putin took part in the first-ever meeting between the leaders of ASEAN as a group and the president of the Russian Federation. The next day, the inaugural meeting...

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2. Non-Economic Approach in Russia–ASEAN Relations: Changes in Asia, Changes in Russia

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pp. 14-21

Great changes are taking place in the post-Cold War Asia where new economic giants are emerging, as well as new security configurations. So the question of what is the place of Russia in this changing region preoccupies the minds of many analysts. We believe Russia can integrate peacefully into these configurations...

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3. Current State of Russia–ASEAN: Trade and Economic Relations

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pp. 22-30

Since the first seminar on ASEAN–Russia relations in Singapore in March 2005, we have seen some new political developments: the First ASEAN– Russia Summit was held in December 2005, the Comprehensive Programme of Action to Promote Cooperation between...

PART II: EAST ASIAN COMMUNITY

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4. Prospects of East Asian Community and the Role of China

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pp. 33-41

The prospects of the East Asian Community depend upon the general development of economic, political and security situation in East Asia. In the coming years, factors of stabilization of general situation in East Asia will prevail over factors of destabilization...

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5. ASEAN and China: East Asia Community Building and Prospects for the Future

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pp. 42-52

Regional integration in Asia has been on the move, and free trade agreements, a strategy by which integration can be achieved, has a prominent feature in the Asian political economy in the last decade. Indeed, rising regionalism is not just an Asian phenomenon, but a global one. Asian states — big and small, authoritarian or democratic...

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6. China’s Peace Offensive in Southeast Asia and Russia’s Regional Imperatives

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pp. 53-69

A totality of China’s activities in Southeast Asia at the dawn of the new millenium is often defined as charm or peace offensive, and there is no affectation in these definitions...

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7. Expanding Singapore’s Economic Space: Building Highways, Forging Links

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pp. 70-85

Trade and Singapore have long been synonymous. In the nineteenth century, poised at the tip of the Malay Peninsula and strategically sited at the crossroads of the China–India spice route, Singapore was a booming port-of-call...

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8. ASEAN’s Leading Role in East Asian Multilateral Dialogue on Security Matters: Rhetoric versus Reality

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pp. 86-100

More than a decade ago the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) took on the mantle of leadership in promoting multilateral security dialogue in East Asia and was expected to remain its primary coordinator for many years to come...

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9. Towards the East Asian Community

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pp. 101-112

Early in the 1990s the then Malaysia’s Prime Minister Dr Mahathir Mohamad put forward an initiative called the East Asia Economic Group (EAEG). Introduced during former Chinese Premier Li Peng’s visit to Kuala Lumpur, in December 1990, the EAEG was Malaysia’s response...

PART III: ENERGY

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10. Energy Inter-dependence in East Asia: Russia’s Contribution to Energy/Gas Cooperation in East Asia

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pp. 115-120

At the present stage of its development, the world economy needs energy more and more. Demand is on the rise for all kinds of fuels, especially for natural gas. In the foreseeable future competition for access to energy resources is likely to increase among the three...

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11. Energy Security in East Asia: Challenges and Responses

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pp. 121-134

East Asia1 is currently undergoing significant transformation as a result of its economic dynamism and because of the end of the Cold War. We are witnessing growing regional cooperation among a diverse group of economies and political regimes...

Index

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pp. 135-142


E-ISBN-13: 9789812307378
Print-ISBN-13: 9789812307361

Page Count: 142
Publication Year: 2007

Edition: 1

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Subject Headings

  • Southeast Asia -- Foreign relations -- Russia (Federation) -- Congresses.
  • Russia (Federation) -- Foreign relations -- Southeast Asia -- Congresses.
  • Southeast Asia -- Foreign economic relations -- Russia (Federation) -- Congresses.
  • Russia (Federation) -- Foreign economic relations -- Southeast Asia -- Congresses.
  • China -- Foreign relations -- 1976- -- Congresses.
  • National security -- East Asia -- Congresses.
  • Energy policy -- East Asia -- Congresses.
  • ASEAN -- Congresses.
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