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Northeast Asia's Stunted Regionalism

Bilateral Distrust in the Shadow of Globalization

Northeast Asia's Stunted Regionalism by Gilbert Rozman
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A comprehensive picture of the pursuit of regionalism across Northeast Asia in the 15 years following the Cold War. In each of six periods, the main dynamic of regionalism and the problems that slowed regionalism's advance are identified. The evolving strategies of China, Japan, South Korea, and Russia are examined, emphasizing the importance of bilateral relations while keeping in mind the globalizing US role. By focusing on debates in each country, most rarely covered in English, the book demonstrates how suspicion of neighbors and clashing strategies have undermined aspirations for regionalism. Only by learning the lessons of this transitional era will regionalism be placed on a stable footing. These include: fully embrace globalization while using regionalism for balance, work together in integrating North Korea while recognizing South Korea's pivotal role, compromise to allow China and Japan to share leadership, and focus on a long-term vision of Northeast Asia.
Cambridge University Press; June 2004
413 pages; ISBN 9780511208287
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Title: Northeast Asia's Stunted Regionalism
Author: Gilbert Rozman