Power Competition in East Asia

Power Competition in East Asia

From the Old Chinese World Order to Post-cold War Regional Multipolarity

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Provides a theoretical survey of trends in East Asian international relations throughout history, with a focus on the political economy of the region and a special emphasis on security issues. Investigates crucial events in the history of the area, from the decay of the Chinese world order in the 19th century to the vanishing of superpower rivalry and the emergence of a regional multipolarity in the post-Cold War era. Concentrates on major events involving China and Japan. For anyone interested in the evolution of power relations in the region. Paper edition (unseen), $18.95. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.

Blackwell North Amer
In Power Competition in East Asia, Suisheng Zhao provides the first in-depth, comprehensive analysis of international relations in this part of the world. With a focus on the political economy of the region and a special emphasis on security issues, Zhao provides a theoretical survey of the trends in East Asian international relations throughout history. He investigates crucial events in the history of the area, from the decay of the Chinese world order in the nineteenth century, to the vanishing of superpower rivalry and the emergence of a regional multipolarity in the post-Cold War era. By viewing the region through such a historical sweep, Power Competition in East Asia serves as a systematic resource for anyone interested in the evolution of power relations in one of the most dynamic areas in the world today.

Publisher: New York : St. Martin's Press, 1997
Edition: 1st ed
ISBN: 9780312162580
0312162588
Characteristics: xv, 346 p. : map ; 22 cm

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