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Sage Handbook of Asian Foreign Policy (2 Volume Set)

by Takashi Inoguchi SAGE Publications Ltd
Pub Date:
01/2020
ISBN:
9781473977990
Format:
Hbk 1152 pages
Price:
AU$417.00 NZ$424.35
Product Status: Not Yet Published - See Pub Date for expected date
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The SAGE Handbook of Asian Foreign Policy provides the reader with a clear, balanced and comprehensive overview on Asia's foreign policy and accompanying theoretical trends.

Volume 01
Introduction - Takashi Inoguchi
Part 1: Theories
Chapter 1: The Duel Encounter: Parallels in the Rise of China (1978-) and Japan (1868-1945) - Barry Buzan
Chapter 2: Non-Western Constructive - Yong-Soo Eun
Chapter 3: Non-Western Realist - Zheng Yongnian & Liu Boijian
Chapter 4: Foreseeing Perspective (Voir pour Prévoir) - Takashi Inoguchi
Chapter 5: A Rational Choice Analysis on Japan's Trade Policymaking - Kaoru Ishiguro
Chapter 6: Asia's Contribution to IRT - Takeshi Uemura
Chapter 7: Beyond West and East: IR intellectual traditions? - Kosuke Shumizu
Part 2: Themes
Chapter 8: East Asian Migrations: An Overview - Tony Fielding
Chapter 9: Migration in Northeast Asia: Human Development, Human Security, and Foreign Policy Consequences - Tsuneo Akaha
Chapter 10: From Global Issues to National Interests: The Role of Non-State Actors in Redefining Japanese Diplomacy - Jennifer Chan
Chapter 11: Civil Conflict and Third-part Intervention in the Asia-Pacific - Yuichi Kubota
Chapter 12: Asian Cybersecurity - Motohiro Tsuchiya
Part 3: Transnational Politics
Chapter 13: Citizens and Regimes - Takashi Inoguchi & Lien Le
Chapter 14: Global and Regional Organisations - Edward Newman & Ryan Hartley
Chapter 15: Asia and International Peace Support: Limits of Institutionalization - Chiyuki Aoi & Yee-Kuang Heng
Chapter 16: Asian Subnational Governments in Foreign Affairs - Purnendra Jain
Chapter 17: Territorial Disputes in Asia: Colonialism, Cold War and Domestic Politics - Alexander Bukh
Chapter 18: The Conflict in Afghanistan: Interlocking Strategic Challenges as a Barrier to Regional Solution - Ankit Panda & Srinjoy Bose
Part 4: Domestic Politics
Chapter 19: The Influence of Public Opinion on Foreign Policy in Asia: The Case of Japan - Paul Midford
Chapter 20: Diplomats, Military and Intelligence Officers: From stovepipes to integration in Japan's security policy - Ken Kotani
Chapter 21: Domestic and Foreign Policy Making in China - Kerry Brown
Chapter 22: An Evidence-Based Typology of Asian Societies: What Do Asian Societies Look Like from the Bottom Up instead of Top Down? - Takashi Inoguchi
Part 5: Transnational Economics
Chapter 23: Geo-economic Contest in Southeast Asia: Great Power Politics through the Prism of Trade, Investment and Aid - Titli Basu
Chapter 24: Foreign Aid and Asian Donors - Purnendra Jain
Chapter 25: BRICS: Towards Institutionalization - Oliver Stuenkel
Chapter 26: Asia and the United Nations - Sebastian von Einsiedel, David M. Malone, & Anthony Yazaki
Volume 02
Part 6: Foreign Policies of Asian States
Part 6a: East Asia
Chapter 27: Chinese Foreign Policy Under Xi Jinping - Kerry Brown
Chapter 28: Overviews of Japanese Foreign Policy through Three Lenses: Realism, Liberalism and Constructivism - Tomohito Shinoda
Chapter 29: South Korea's Foreign Policy in the 21st Century - Jong-Yun Bae
Chapter 30: The History of North Korean Diplomacy: A Non-isolated Country with Expanding Relations - Satoru Miyamoto
Chapter 31: Taiwan's Foreign Policy: Evolution, Challenges and Opportunities - Hsin-Huang Michael Hsiao, Alan Hao Yang, & Liang-Chi Russell Hsiao
Part 6b: Southeast Asia
Chapter 32: Thailand's Foreign Policy in the post-Cold War Era: From Potentials to Disarrays - Pongphisoot Busbarat
Chapter 33: Vietnam's Foreign Policy - Carlyle Thayer
Chapter 34: Philippine Foreign Policy: Back to Square One? - Carolina Hernandez
Chapter 35: Malaysian Foreign Policy - Karminder Singh Dhillon
Chapter 36: Singapore as a Small State: Surmounting Vulnerability - Peng Er Lam
Chapter 37: Myanmar Foreign Policy: Principles and Practices - Maung Aung Myoe
Part 6c: South & Central Asia
Chapter 38: Indian Foreign Policy: The Quest for Greatness - Sreeram Chaulia
Chapter 39: Sri Lankan Foreign Policy - Peshan R. Gunaratne
Chapter 40: Bangladesh Foreign Policy: Last 45 Years - Imtiaz Ahmed
Chapter 41: A Quarter Millennium of Nepal's Foreign Policy: Continuity and Changes - Uddhab Pyakurel
Chapter 42: Afghanistan's Foreign Policy - Kaushik Roy
Chapter 43: Developmental State and Foreign Policy in Post-Karimov Uzbekistan - Timur Dadabaev
Part 7: Offshore Actors
Chapter 44: Iran's Foreign Policy - Mehdi Mozaffari
Chapter 45: Turkish Foreign Policy - Ayse Zarakol
Chapter 46: Israel's Foreign Policy - Meron Medzini
Chapter 47: American Foreign Relations and East Asia - Bruce Cumings
Chapter 48: Australian Foreign Policy - Michael Wesley
Part 8: Bilateral Issues
Chapter 49: India-Pakistan Relations - Rohan Mukherjee
Chapter 50: India and Japan: Friendship Rediscovered - Purnendra Jain
Chapter 51: Will India Become China's Africa - Jonathan Holslag
Chapter 52: China-Japan Relations: Balance of Soft Power - Takeshi Uemura
Part 9: Comparison of Asian Sub-Regions
Chapter 53: The East Asian Peaace - Stein Tonnesson
Chapter 54: The ASEAN Political-Security Community and Its Dilemmas - Ayako Masuhara
Chapter 55: Neighbors Without Borders - Regional Integration in South Asia - Aparna Pande

Political Science, University of Tokoyo, Japan.