Asia's regional architecture : alliances and institutions in the Pacific century / Andrew Yeo.  (Text) (Text)

Yeo, Andrew, 1978-
Call no.: JZ1720 .Y46 2019Series: Studies in Asian security: Publication: Stanford, California : Stanford University Press, c2019Description: xvi, 242 p. : graphs, mapISBN: 9781503608443 (hbk.); 1503608441 (hbk.); 1503608808; 9781503608801Subject(s): Regionalism (International organization)East Asia -- Foreign relationsEast Asia -- Ethnic relations -- 1945-LOC classification: JZ1720 | .Y46 2019
Contents:Asia's regional architecture : a historical-institutional perspective -- Bilateralism, multilateralism, and the making of an alliance consensus -- Change and continuity : 1989-1997 -- Rising regionalism : 1997-2007 -- Complex patchwork : 2008-2016 -- Regional order and governance -- Conclusion : theory, policy, and the relevance of historical institutionalism and Asia.
Summary: During the Cold War, the US built a series of alliances with Asian nations to erect a bulwark against the spread of communism and provide security to the region. Despite pressure to end bilateral alliances in the post-Cold War world, they persist to this day, even as new multilateral institutions have sprung up around them. The resulting architecture may aggravate rivalries as the US, China, and others compete for influence. However, Andrew Yeo demonstrates how Asia's complex array of bilateral and multilateral agreements may ultimately bring greater stability and order to a region fraught with underlying tensions. 'Asia's Regional Architecture' transcends traditional international relations models. It investigates change and continuity in Asia through the lens of historical institutionalism.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Asia's regional architecture : a historical-institutional perspective -- Bilateralism, multilateralism, and the making of an alliance consensus -- Change and continuity : 1989-1997 -- Rising regionalism : 1997-2007 -- Complex patchwork : 2008-2016 -- Regional order and governance -- Conclusion : theory, policy, and the relevance of historical institutionalism and Asia.

During the Cold War, the US built a series of alliances with Asian nations to erect a bulwark against the spread of communism and provide security to the region. Despite pressure to end bilateral alliances in the post-Cold War world, they persist to this day, even as new multilateral institutions have sprung up around them. The resulting architecture may aggravate rivalries as the US, China, and others compete for influence. However, Andrew Yeo demonstrates how Asia's complex array of bilateral and multilateral agreements may ultimately bring greater stability and order to a region fraught with underlying tensions. 'Asia's Regional Architecture' transcends traditional international relations models. It investigates change and continuity in Asia through the lens of historical institutionalism.

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