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In 2012, Russia assumes the Chairmanship of APEC, and is keen to build on its memberships of both the East Asia Summit (EAS) and the Asia-Europe Meeting (ASEM). Russia is geographically and historically part of Asia and the Asia Pacific, and has been a dialogue partner of ASEAN since 1996. Still, the obstacles of distance and languages have led ASEAN member states and Russia to know and interact little between both sides. As growth poles in the world economy, there is much benefit in greater interaction between their rich economies. To commemorate the 15th Anniversary of the Russia-ASEAN dialogue partnership in 2011, the ASEAN Studies Centre at ISEAS and its counterpart from MGIMO-University, Moscow co-organized a two-day conference that year, in which papers were presented offering perspectives from Russia and the ten ASEAN member states. Representatives from academia, and the public and private sectors offered insights on topics including geopolitics, bilateral relations, business and economics, and culture and education. This is a timely book that affords the reader insights into where ASEAN-Russia relations currently stand and suggests how they can improve and move forward.

Table of Contents

  1. Cover
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  1. Title Page, Copyright
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  1. Contents
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  1. Foreword
  2. pp. ix-x
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  1. Preface
  2. pp. xi-xii
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  1. About the Contributors
  2. pp. xiii-xxviii
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  1. Keynote Address
  2. pp. xxix-xxxv
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  1. Opening Remarks
  2. pp. xxxvii-xl
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  1. Keynote Address
  2. pp. xli-xlix
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  1. Introduction. Russia and the ASEAN Member States: Political and Economic Cooperation in Progress
  2. pp. li-lx
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  1. Section I: Wisemen's Views
  2. p. 1
  1. From Energy Partnership to Comprehensive Security in the Asia Pacific
  2. pp. 3-7
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  1. The Rise of Asia and Russia's Options
  2. pp. 8-21
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  1. ASEAN Regionalism and the Future of ASEAN-Russia Relations
  2. pp. 22-30
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  1. Thoughts on Asian Community Building
  2. pp. 31-36
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  1. Welcoming Russia's Participation
  2. pp. 37-42
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  1. Section II: Geopolitics
  2. p. 43
  1. Russia in Southeast Asia: A New "Asian Moment"?
  2. pp. 45-57
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  1. ASEAN-Russia Military Ties: Reconfiguring Relations
  2. pp. 58-69
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  1. The Enlargement of the East Asia Summit: The Reasons and Implications of Bringing Russia In
  2. pp. 70-79
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  1. Russia's Entry into ASEM: Not Just a Courtesy Call?
  2. pp. 80-89
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  1. Russia-India-China: Acting in Concert in Southeast Asia?
  2. pp. 90-96
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  1. The South China Sea Issue: A View from Russia
  2. pp. 97-109
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  1. Southeast Asia and Russia: Forging a New Regional Architecture
  2. pp. 110-123
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  1. Russia-ASEAN Relations: An Indian Perspective
  2. pp. 124-133
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  1. SECTION III: Bilateral Relations
  2. p. 135
  1. What Singapore May Offer to Russia? The Present State and the Prospects of Relations
  2. pp. 137-149
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  1. Myanmar-Russia Relations in a Changing World: Growing Ties based on Strategic Partnership and Economic Prospects
  2. pp. 150-155
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  1. Russian-Myanmar Relations
  2. pp. 156-159
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  1. Russia-Thailand Relations: Historical Background and Contemporary Developments
  2. pp. 160-172
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  1. Russia and Vietnam: Building a Strategic Partnership
  2. pp. 173-183
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  1. Malaysia-Russia Relations: Revving Up a Distant Relationship
  2. pp. 184-195
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  1. Cambodia and the USSR/Russia: Fifty-five Years of Relations
  2. pp. 196-204
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  1. Section IV: Business and Economics
  2. p. 205
  1. Russia and ASEAN-4: Potential and Realms of Cooperation
  2. pp. 207-218
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  1. Russia's Economic Relations with the APEC Region
  2. pp. 219-244
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  1. Russia Looks East: Modernization Plans and Cooperation with ASEAN
  2. pp. 245-253
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  1. Indonesian and Russian Oilmen: Sharing Experiences and Learning from Each Other
  2. pp. 254-260
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  1. Towards a Roadmap for Russia-ASEAN Trade and Economic Cooperation
  2. pp. 261-268
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  1. The Best Cities to Buy Into
  2. pp. 269-275
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  1. Section V: Culture and Education
  2. p. 277
  1. Credentials of Literature
  2. pp. 279-284
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  1. A Sentimental Journey through ASEAN (in the Russian Way)
  2. pp. 285-289
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  1. Food for the Soul and the Stomach
  2. pp. 290-295
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  1. No Books about Singapore in Russian? Give me a Break! (An Editor’s Note)
  2. pp. 296-301
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  1. National University of Singapore (NUS)-Russia: State of Collaboration
  2. pp. 302-312
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  1. Soft Power: A Comparison between Britain, France and Russia
  2. pp. 313-321
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  1. Epilogue
  2. p. 323
  1. Russia's Search for an Enhanced Role in Southeast Asia
  2. pp. 325-344
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  1. Russia's Asian Strategy
  2. pp. 345-355
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  1. Index
  2. pp. 356-376
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Additional Information

ISBN
9789814379588
Related ISBN
9789814379571
MARC Record
OCLC
835776752
Pages
376
Launched on MUSE
2013-01-01
Language
English
Open Access
No
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