Titel: The United States and Northeast Asia
Debates, Issues, and New Order.
Herausgegeben von G. John Ikenberry, Chung-In Moon
Rowman & Littlefield Publishers
28. Dezember 2007 - kartoniert - 358 Seiten
This authoritative book provides a comprehensive and penetrating analysis of the emerging security terrain in Northeast Asia. Leading American and Asian scholars explore the shifting power configurations in Northeast Asia represented by China's rise, Japan's quest for a normal state, North Korea's nuclear ambitions, South Korea's projection into a middle power, and U.S. strategic realignments. They also examine new flashpoints such as anti-Americanism; the North Korean crisis; and the clash of parochial nationalisms among China, Japan, and Korea. Shedding light on Asia's new order, this balanced and systematic volume will be invaluable for a nuanced understanding of this complex and dynamic region.
Introduction: The Dynamics of Transition in Northeast Asia: Analytical Debates, Emerging Issues, and New Order
Part I: The United States and Northeast Asia: Debates on Power Reality and Realignments
Chapter 1: The Political Foundations of American Relations with East Asia
Chapter 2: Power Transition, Institutions, and China's Rise in East Asia: Theoretical Expectations and Evidence
Chapter 3: Rethinking Japan as an Ordinary Country
Chapter 4: Defying Expectations: Russia's Missing Asian Revisionism
Chapter 5: Korea as a Middle Power in Northeast Asian Security Environment
Chapter 6: North Korea: A Perpetual Rogue State?
Part II: Emerging Issues: Understanding Challenges to the United States
Chapter 7: Challenging U.S. Military Hegemony: Anti-Americanism and Democracy in East Asia
Chapter 8: Identity Politics, Nationalism, and the Future of Northeast Asian Order
Chapter 9: Managing the North Korean Nuclear Quagmire: Capability, Impacts, and Prospects
Part III: Designing New Order
Chapter 10: Hegemonic Order, September 11th, and the Consequences of the Bush Revolution
Chapter 11: An Institutional Path: Community-building in Northeast Asia
Chapter 12: The United States and East Asian Regional Order: Historical Recasting and Forecasting Bibliography
G. John Ikenberry is Albert G. Milbank Professor of Politics and International Affairs at Princeton University in the Department of Politics and the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs. Chung-in Moon is professor of political science at Yonsei University and ambassador for international security affairs at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade, the Republic of Korea.
[The United States and Northeast Asia] provides a broad view of the dynamics of change in Northeast Asia. -- July 18, 2008 The Korea Times The chapters are uniformly smart, well written, and theoretically motivated. In short, this book is an excellent primer on general debates and major issues in Northeast Asia...this book will be a worthwhile read for anyone interested in the future of Northeast Asia. -- David C. Kang Journal of Asian Studies, February 2010 This panoramic view of a critical great-power crossroads highlights emerging issues that have the potential to shape a new regional order. It is theoretically informed, geographically comprehensive, and original in covering such themes as identity politics, management of North Korea, and types of powers in Northeast Asia. For many, its foremost strength may be clarifying the challenges the United States faces and offering guidance in narrowing the choices ahead. -- Gilbert Rozman, Princeton University