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International relations theory and the Asia-Pacific / G. John Ikenberry and Michael Mastanduno, editors.

Contributor(s): Ikenberry, G. John | Mastanduno, Michael.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookCall no.: DS518.1 I584 2003Publication: New York : Columbia University Press, c2003Description: vi, 450 p. : ill.ISBN: 0231125909; 9780231125901; 0231125917 (pbk.); 9780231125918 (pbk.).Subject(s): East Asia -- Politics and government | United States -- Foreign relations -- China | China -- Relations -- United States | United States -- Foreign relations -- Japan | Japan -- Relations -- United States
Contents:
International relations theory and the search for regional stability / G. John Ikenberry and Michael Mastanduno -- China, the U.S.-Japan alliance and the security dilemma in East Asia / Thomas J. Christensen -- An emerging China's emerging grand strategy: a neo-Bismarckian turn? / Avery Goldstein -- Socialization in international institutions: the ASEAN way and international relations theory / Alastair Iain Johnston -- Hierarchy and stability in Asian international relations / David Kang -- Ambiguous Japan: Japanese national identity at century's end / Masaru Tamamoto -- Identity and the balance of power in Asia / Henry R. Nau -- Asia-Pacific security institutions in comparative perspective / John S. Duffield -- States, markets, and great power relations in the Pacific: some realist expectations / Jonathan Kirshner -- Sources of American-Japanese economic conflict / Robert Gilpin -- Economic interdependence and the future of U.S.-Chinese relations / Dale Copeland -- Institutionalized inertia: Japanese foreign policy in the post-Cold War world / William W. Grimes -- Power and purpose in Pacific East Asia: a constructivist interpretation / Thomas U. Berger -- Conclusion: The United States and stability in East Asia / G. John Ikenberry and Michael Mastanduno.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

International relations theory and the search for regional stability / G. John Ikenberry and Michael Mastanduno -- China, the U.S.-Japan alliance and the security dilemma in East Asia / Thomas J. Christensen -- An emerging China's emerging grand strategy: a neo-Bismarckian turn? / Avery Goldstein -- Socialization in international institutions: the ASEAN way and international relations theory / Alastair Iain Johnston -- Hierarchy and stability in Asian international relations / David Kang -- Ambiguous Japan: Japanese national identity at century's end / Masaru Tamamoto -- Identity and the balance of power in Asia / Henry R. Nau -- Asia-Pacific security institutions in comparative perspective / John S. Duffield -- States, markets, and great power relations in the Pacific: some realist expectations / Jonathan Kirshner -- Sources of American-Japanese economic conflict / Robert Gilpin -- Economic interdependence and the future of U.S.-Chinese relations / Dale Copeland -- Institutionalized inertia: Japanese foreign policy in the post-Cold War world / William W. Grimes -- Power and purpose in Pacific East Asia: a constructivist interpretation / Thomas U. Berger -- Conclusion: The United States and stability in East Asia / G. John Ikenberry and Michael Mastanduno.

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