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Author: Steve Chan
ISBN: 0813317134
Language: English
Pages: 184 pages
Category: Social Sciences
Publisher: Routledge; 2 edition (March 19, 1993)
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Steve Chan is a master at demystifying the geography, history, and culture of the region while bringing to life the current policy choices and dilemmas facing its people.

East Asian Dynamism book. Steve Chan is a master at demystifying the geography, history, and culture of the region while bringing to life the current policy choices and dilemmas facing its people. Steve Chan is a master at demystifying the geography, history, and culture of the region while bringing to life the current policy choices and dilemmas facing its people and leaders.

East Asia - Economic policy, East Asia - Politics and government, East Asia - Economic integration. Boulder : Westview Press. inlibrary; printdisabled; ; china. Kahle/Austin Foundation. 2nd ed. External-identifier. urn:acs6:an:pdf:e0d-c97ec925e630 urn:acs6:an:epub:6cb-803d41d1fa22 urn:oclc:record:1033560299.

Steve Chan is a master at demystifying the geography, history, and culture of the region while bringing to life the current policy choices and dilemmas facing its people and leaders.

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4. Quoted in Norman D. Palmer, The New Regionalism in Asia and the Pacific (Lexington, MA: Lexington Books, 1991), p. 17. oogle Scholar. 9. Lu Jianren, ‘Tenfei zhong de chiquyu, xiaoquyu hezhuo’ (The Rising Subregional and Mini-regional Cooperation), Shijie zhishi, no. 1 (1994), p. 10. Donald Crone, ‘Does Hegemony Matter? The Reorganization of the Pacific Political Economy’, World Politics, vol. 25 (July 1993), pp. 50125.

East Asian Dynamism continues to offer a succinct account of Pacific regional political economy from the dawn of the modern world system to projections of alternative futures. Steve Chan is a master at demystifying the geography, history, and culture of the region while bringing to life the current policy choices and dilemmas facing its people and leaders. In this new edition, he broadens the geographical scope of the book to encompass more of Southeast Asia and Australia, with specific coverage of Thailand, Vietnam, Malaysia, Burma, Indonesia, and Singapore highlighted along the way. And now that peace has “broken out all over,” the focus shifts strongly to issues of growth, trade, and cultural interface as Pacific regional security becomes more and more a function of economic strength, regional cooperation, and global outreach.