Asian Designs : : Governance in the Contemporary World Order / / Saadia M. Pekkanen.

Asian nations are no longer "rising" powers in the world order; they have risen. How will they conduct themselves in world politics? How will they deploy their considerable and growing power individually and collectively? These questions are critical for global governance. Conventional wis...

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Superior document:Title is part of eBook package: De Gruyter Asian Studies Contemporary Collection eBook Package
Place / Publishing House:Ithaca, NY : : Cornell University Press, , [2016]
Year of Publication:2016
Series:Cornell Studies in Political Economy
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Physical Description:1 online resource (400 p.) :; 1 map, 12 tables, 9 charts
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Table of Contents:
  • Frontmatter
  • Contents
  • Figures and Tables
  • Acknowledgments
  • Abbreviations
  • 1. Introduction: Agents of Design
  • Part I. Design of Economics-Related Institutions
  • 2. Designing Trade Institutions for Asia
  • 3. Cooperation without Institutions: The Case of East Asian Currency Arrangements
  • 4. The External Is Incidental: Asia's SWFs and the Shaping of the Santiago Principles
  • Part II. Design of Security-Related Institutions
  • 5. Nuclear WMD Regimes in East Asia: PSI, Six-Party Talks, and the 1994 Agreed Framework
  • 6. Asian Space Rivalry and Cooperative Institutions: Mind the Gap
  • 7. The Institutionalization of Energy Cooperation in Asia
  • Part III. Design of Human Security-Related Institutions
  • 8. Human Rights Institutions in Asia
  • 9. The Institutional Response to Infectious Diseases in Asia
  • 10. Testing the Waters (and Soil): The Emergence of Institutions for Regional Environmental Governance in East Asia
  • 11. Conclusion: The Imperfect Struggles
  • Appendix A: ASIABASE-1
  • Appendix B: Membership in Principal Specific Institutions by Country/Region
  • Notes
  • References
  • About the Contributors
  • Index