In the dragon's shadow : Southeast Asia in the Chinese century / Sebastian Strangio.  (Text) (Text)

Strangio, Sebastian
Call no.: DS525.9.C6 S773 2020Publication: London : Yale University Press, c2020Description: xv, 337 p., [12] p. of plates : ill. (some col.), mapsISBN: 0300234031; 9780300234039Other title: Southeast Asia in the Chinese century [Portion of title]Subject(s): Southeast Asia -- Foreign relations -- ChinaChina -- Foreign relations -- Southeast AsiaLOC classification: DS525.9.C6 | S773 2020
Contents:Introduction -- 1. Pivot of the Indo-Pacific -- 2. Marching toward the tropics -- 3. Vietnam : different shades of red -- 4. Cambodia and Laos : Phobos and Deimos -- 5. Thailand : bamboo in the wind -- 6. Burma : among the cactus -- 7. Singapore : the great leap outward -- 8. Malaysia : lord of the ringgits -- 9. Indonesia : a long spoon -- 10. The Philippines : slouching toward Beijing -- Afterword.
Summary: Today, Southeast Asia stands uniquely exposed to the waxing power of the new China. Three of its nations border China and five are directly impacted by its claims over the South China Sea. All dwell in the lengthening shadow of its influence: economic, political, military, and cultural. As China seeks to restore its former status as Asia's preeminent power, the countries of Southeast Asia face an increasingly stark choice: flourish within Beijing's orbit or languish outside of it. Meanwhile, as rival powers including the United States take concerted action to curb Chinese ambitions, the region has emerged as an arena of heated strategic competition. Drawing on more than a decade of on-the-ground experience, Sebastian Strangio explores the impacts of China's rise on Southeast Asia, the varied ways in which the countries of the region are responding, and what it might mean for the future balance of power in the Indo-Pacific.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Introduction -- 1. Pivot of the Indo-Pacific -- 2. Marching toward the tropics -- 3. Vietnam : different shades of red -- 4. Cambodia and Laos : Phobos and Deimos -- 5. Thailand : bamboo in the wind -- 6. Burma : among the cactus -- 7. Singapore : the great leap outward -- 8. Malaysia : lord of the ringgits -- 9. Indonesia : a long spoon -- 10. The Philippines : slouching toward Beijing -- Afterword.

Today, Southeast Asia stands uniquely exposed to the waxing power of the new China. Three of its nations border China and five are directly impacted by its claims over the South China Sea. All dwell in the lengthening shadow of its influence: economic, political, military, and cultural. As China seeks to restore its former status as Asia's preeminent power, the countries of Southeast Asia face an increasingly stark choice: flourish within Beijing's orbit or languish outside of it. Meanwhile, as rival powers including the United States take concerted action to curb Chinese ambitions, the region has emerged as an arena of heated strategic competition. Drawing on more than a decade of on-the-ground experience, Sebastian Strangio explores the impacts of China's rise on Southeast Asia, the varied ways in which the countries of the region are responding, and what it might mean for the future balance of power in the Indo-Pacific.

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