1 edition of Comparative security dynamics in Northeast Asia and South Asia found in the catalog.
Comparative security dynamics in Northeast Asia and South Asia
P. R. Chari
by Pentagon Security International, an imprint of Pentagon Press in New Delhi
Written in English
|Statement||P.R. Chari, Vyjayanti Raghavan|
|Series||Asian security analysis -- 1|
|Contributions||Raghavan, Vyjayanti, Institute of Peace and Conflict Studies (New Delhi, India)|
|LC Classifications||UA830 .C43 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 185 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||185|
|LC Control Number||2010319486|
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Buy This Book in Print summary Security and economic imperatives are increasingly intertwining the destinies of Southeast Asia and South Asia, making it necessary for scholars on both sides to deepen their understanding of each other's regions. In September the East Asia Program brought together Australian, Chinese, Japanese and South Korean specialists to probe Northeast Asian political and security dynamics at three workshops, all entitled ‘Northeast Asian political and security dynamics in flux’, in Beijing, Seoul and Tokyo.
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This comparative study of the underlying security dynamics and peace processes in Northeast and South Asia has yielded useful lessons to guide them, but is also valuable for similarly placed adversarial dyads in the international system, at present, and in : P.R.
Chari, Raghavan Vyjayanti. At first sight it seems that there is little in common between the security dynamics of Northeast Asia and South Asia. They are geographically situated in different parts of Eurasia.
Their threat perceptions are different, being informed by their unique historical experience. Full title: Comparative security dynamics in Northeast Asia and South Asia / P.R.
Chari, Vyjayanti Raghavan. Main author: Chari, P. Corporate Authors. This testimony focuses primarily on Japan and secondarily on South Korea, in order to consider efficiently the most important implications for the United States.
Taiwan and Russia are certainly consequential when evaluating the security dynamics in Northeast Asia and should not be forgotten, but the major near-term challenges for U.S. The second panel will focus on security dynamics in Northeast Asia and implications for the United States.
After our lunch break, the third panel will conclude this hearing with a discussion on security dynamics in Southeast Asia and implications for the United States. South China Seas. In dealing with such claims, China is a revisionist power.
The growth of economic and security interdependence of North-east Asian countries has been remarkable during the postwar period. Yet, seen in comparative regional perspective, Northeast Asia’s eco-nomic and security cooperation has lacked significant formal institu We would like to thank Jin-Young Kim, Gilbert Rozman, and Peter J.
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