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The making of Southeast Asia : international relations of a region / Amitav Acharya.

By: Acharya, Amitav.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookCall no.: DS525.8 .A237 2013Series: Cornell studies in political economy.Publication: Ithaca : Cornell University Press, 2013Edition: Reprint edition.Description: xvii, 350 p. : ill, maps.ISBN: 9780801477362 (pbk.).Subject(s): Southeast Asia -- Foreign relations | Southeast Asia -- Politics and government -- 1945-
Contents:
1 Introduction: Region, Regionalism and Regional Identity in the Making of Southeast Asia. Unity in Diversity ; Interactions and Identity ; Structure of the Book -- 2 Imagined Communities and Socially Constructed Regions. Defining Regionness ; Material and Ideational Perspectives ; Whole and Parts ; Past and Present ; Inside and Outside ; Permanence and Transience ; Summary of the Argument -- 3 Imagining Southeast Asia. Introduction ; The Southeast Asian States and State System in the Pre-Colonial Era ; Commerce, Colonialism and the Regional Concept After the War: (Re)inventing the Region ; The Contribution of "Southeast Asian Studies" ; Conclusion -- 4 Nationalism, Regionalism and the Cold War Order. The Nationalist Vision of Regionalism ; Development Legitimacy and Regional (Dis)order ; Great-Power Rivalry and Regional Autonomy ; Conclusion
5 The Evolution of Regional Organization. ASA and Maphilindo ; The Establishment of ASEAN: Motivating Factors ; Dimensions of ASEAN Regionalism ; Conclusion -- 6 Southeast Asia Divided: Polarization and Reconciliation. Vietnam and ASEAN ; ASEAN and the Cambodian Conflict ; Towards Regional Reconciliation ; East Asian Regionalization and Southeast Asian Regionalism ; The "ASEAN Way" ; Conclusion -- 7 Constructing ''One Southeast Asia". Towards "One Southeast Asia" ; Southeast Asia and the Asia-Pacific Idea ; Conclusion -- 8 Globalization and the Crisis of Regional Identity. The Perils of Globalization ; Rainforests and Regional Identity ; Identity and Community ; Regional Identity and Civil Society ; China, India and Southeast Asian Identity ; An East Asian Community? ; Conclusion -- 9 Whither Southeast Asia?.
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1 Introduction: Region, Regionalism and Regional Identity in the Making of Southeast Asia. Unity in Diversity ; Interactions and Identity ; Structure of the Book -- 2 Imagined Communities and Socially Constructed Regions. Defining Regionness ; Material and Ideational Perspectives ; Whole and Parts ; Past and Present ; Inside and Outside ; Permanence and Transience ; Summary of the Argument -- 3 Imagining Southeast Asia. Introduction ; The Southeast Asian States and State System in the Pre-Colonial Era ; Commerce, Colonialism and the Regional Concept After the War: (Re)inventing the Region ; The Contribution of "Southeast Asian Studies" ; Conclusion -- 4 Nationalism, Regionalism and the Cold War Order. The Nationalist Vision of Regionalism ; Development Legitimacy and Regional (Dis)order ; Great-Power Rivalry and Regional Autonomy ; Conclusion

5 The Evolution of Regional Organization. ASA and Maphilindo ; The Establishment of ASEAN: Motivating Factors ; Dimensions of ASEAN Regionalism ; Conclusion -- 6 Southeast Asia Divided: Polarization and Reconciliation. Vietnam and ASEAN ; ASEAN and the Cambodian Conflict ; Towards Regional Reconciliation ; East Asian Regionalization and Southeast Asian Regionalism ; The "ASEAN Way" ; Conclusion -- 7 Constructing ''One Southeast Asia". Towards "One Southeast Asia" ; Southeast Asia and the Asia-Pacific Idea ; Conclusion -- 8 Globalization and the Crisis of Regional Identity. The Perils of Globalization ; Rainforests and Regional Identity ; Identity and Community ; Regional Identity and Civil Society ; China, India and Southeast Asian Identity ; An East Asian Community? ; Conclusion -- 9 Whither Southeast Asia?.

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