Northeast Asia's Stunted Regionalism: Bilateral Distrust in the Shadow of Globalization

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Cambridge University Press, Jun 21, 2004 - Political Science - 401 pages
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A comprehensive picture of the pursuit of regionalism across Northeast Asia in the years following the Cold War.
 

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Introduction The Challenge of the Northease Asia Region
iii
Exiting the 1980s Cold War Logic and National Aspirations
13
19911993 Border Fever and CrossBorder Duplicity
64
19941996 Civilizational Bridges and Historical Distrust
119
19971998 Strategic Partnerships and National Rivalries
166
Sunshine Policy and Security Dilemmas
220
2OOI2OO3 Unilateralism and Irrepressible Regionalism
280
Conclusion Lessons for Constructing Regionalism in Northeast Asia
343
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Page iv - Nationalism was, indeed, the culprit along with unresolved tensions between globalization and regionalism and insufficient local vitality for decentralization to become a positive force for regionalism. The dream of a single, economically integrated region dissolved in a caldron of great-power rivalries and divided countries torn by narrow notions of national interest and distrust.

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Gilbert Rozman is Musgrave Professor of Sociology at Princeton University, New Jersey. He is the author or editor of many books, including Japan and Russia: The Tortuous Path to Normalization, 1949-1999 (2000).

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