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ASIA TODAY

Wood

Oprawa:
MIĘKKA

Wydawca:
Palgrave Macmillan US

ISBN:
9781349496648

339,11 PLN
Wysyłamy w 35 dni

Opis produktu

This book examines the AustraliaASEAN Dialogue Partnership since its inception in 1974 and looks at the networks of engagement that have shaped relations across three areas: regionalism nontraditional security and econForeword: The Hon Julie Bishop Minister for Foreign Affairs Introduction: Sally Percival Wood and Baogang He AUSTRALIA IN ASIAN REGIONALISM 1. Australia and ASEAN: A Marriage of Convenience?: Sally Percival Wood 2. Hobnobbing with Giants: Australias Approaches to Asian Regionalism: See Seng Tan 3. The East Asia Summit: Navigating ASEAN Multilateralism: Avery Poole NONTRADITIONAL SECURITY CHALLENGES 4. TimorLeste: From INTERFET to ASEAN: Michael Leach and Sally Percival Wood 5. AustraliaASEANs CounterTerrorism Cooperation: A Paradigm Shift or Business as Usual?: Math Noortmann 6. Australia ASEAN and Forced Migration in Asia: Amy Nethery ECONOMIC RELATIONSHIPS OLD AND NEW 7. Australias Economic Relations with ASEAN: Learning to Deal with the Evolving Organization: Jiro Okamoto 8. Richer Relations? Four Decades of ASEANAustralia Relations in Higher Education: Anthony Welch 9. Making a Sale versus Making it Safe: Prospects for ASEANAustralia Nuclear Energy Cooperation: Sofiah Jamil and Lina Gong 10. The AustraliaASEAN AgriFood Opportunity: Claudine Ogilvie 11. Islamic Banking and Finance in Southeast Asia: Can Australia Find a Niche?: Imran Lum Afterword''While ASEAN has held a range of dialogues with major and middle powers over the years its partnership with Australia has gone from strength to strength and has become an enduring and maturing axis that transcends geography for Australia and offers middlepower leveraging for ASEAN while harmonizing and promoting mutual interests on both sides. This edited book weaves a persuasive tapestry of mutual discovery between Australia and ASEAN from their modest and uncertain origins four decades ago to current challenges and opportunities going forward. Its authors have provided instructive lenses to see how the AustraliaASEAN relationship has become so compelling and mutually indispensable. Thithinan Pongsudhirak Director of the Institute of Security and International Studies Chulalongkorn University Bangkok Thailand'/'''Australias longstanding relationship with ASEAN as a formal grouping is all too often overlooked in the secondary literature. Yet the breadth and depth of cooperation has been striking and sustained including in areas as diverse as counterterrorism higher education finance nuclear energy and food security. The collection of essays in this book provides an excellent overview of how the relationship has changed since Australia became ASEANs first dialogue partner in 1974. The editors are to be commended for organizing such a splendid book which Im sure will quickly become one of the outstanding references for Australias relationship with Southeast Asia. Andrew ONeil Professor of Political Science and Head of the School of Government and International Relations Griffith Uni

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