ASEAN and Strategic Rivalry among the Great Powers in Asia
This paper looks at ASEANâ€™s role in the context of the three main bilateral relations among the great powers in Asia: China-US, China-Japan, and China-India. The authors argue that although ASEANâ€™s influence is limited in terms of geographical reach and its impact on actual security issues, Southeast Asia is potentially an important object of great power rivalry and thus the sub-region is highly relevant to Asian geopolitics. The key question with regard to geopolitical stability is how ASEAN will deal with increased great power rivalries in its own sub-region.
Volume (Year): 29 (2010)
Issue (Month): 3 ()
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