International Relations In Southeast Asia: Between Bilateralism And Multilateralism
by Ganesan, N.; Ramses Amer (Eds.)
About This Book
These 12 specialists' papers are the fruit of workshops held in 2007 in Hiroshima and 2008 in Kuala Lumpur. They explore the role and relevance of bilateralism and multilateralism in Southeast Asia's ongoing policies and issues. General issues and theories of international relations are discussed in Part 1. Four case studies of mainland Southeast Asian countries' relations are in Part 2 and five of Marine Southeast Asian countries in Part 3. Many barriers which hamper multicultural developments and preferences for traditional bilateral national arrangements are highlighted. With bibliographies and index.
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