China, the United States, and the future of Southeast AsiaSeries: U.S.-China relations . 2 Publicado por : New York University Press (New York [New York) Detalles físicos: ix, 464 páginas : ilustraciones ISBN:9781479810321.
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Introduction / David B. H. Denoon -- Southeast Asia : thriving in the shadow of giants / Vikram Nehru -- ASEAN's external policy : caught between the United States and China / Ann Marie Murphy -- Nontraditional security threats in ASEAN and beyond / Amy Freedman -- Pragmatic equidistance : how Indonesia manages its Great Power relations / Evan A. Laksmana -- Economic and strategic trends in Southeast Asia : the view from Singapore / Heng Yee-Kuang -- Tightrope walking over the sea of trouble : Vietnam's foreign policy, maritime strategy, and relations with China and the United States / Tran Truong Thuy -- Not between Scylla and Charybdis : Malaysia's relations with China and the United States / Zakaria Ahmad -- The mainland minus one : power dynamics in Thailand, Laos, Cambodia, and Myanmar / Catharin Dalpino -- Japan's relationship with Southeast Asia : the perpetual potential partner / Edward J. Lincoln -- India and Southeast Asia : from looking to acting East policy / G.V.C. Naidu and Gulshan Sachdeva -- China's economic approach to ASEAN / Chen Shaofeng -- China and the United States in southeast Asia / Chu Shulong -- U.S. security strategy and Southeast Asia / Marvin C. Ott -- U.S. policy options in the South China Sea / Michael McDevitt -- Conclusion / David B. H. Denoon.
With China's emergence as a powerful entity in Southeast Asia, the region has become an unlikely site of conflict between two of the world's great powers. The United States, historically regarded as the protector of Pacific Southeast Asia consisting of nations such as Vietnam, the Philippines, Myanmar, and Malaysia is now called upon to respond to what many would consider bullying on the part of the Chinese. These and other countries have become the economic and political engine of China. While certainly inclined to help the country's former allies, the United States has grown undeniably closer to China in the recent decades of global interconnected economic growth. China, the United States, and the Future of Southeast Asia uncovers and delves into the complicated dynamics of this situation. Covering topics such as the controversial response to human rights violations, the effects of global economic interconnectedness, and contested sovereignty over resource-rich islands, this volume provides a modern and nuanced perspective on the state of the region. For anyone interested in understanding the evolving global balance of power, China, the United States, and the Future of Southeast Asia illuminates how countries as different as Thailand and Indonesia see the growing competition between Beijing and Washington. --
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