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Introduction

International Relations in an Age of Volatility

David Martin Jones, Nicholas Khoo and M. L.R. Smith

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Rocky rise: US–China relations in the post-Cold War era

International Relations in an Age of Volatility

David Martin Jones, Nicholas Khoo and M. L.R. Smith

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Fear factor: Northeast Asian responses to China’s rise

International Relations in an Age of Volatility

David Martin Jones, Nicholas Khoo and M. L.R. Smith

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ASEAN’s elusive search for a role in East Asian international relations

International Relations in an Age of Volatility

David Martin Jones, Nicholas Khoo and M. L.R. Smith

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Norms are what strong states make of them: ASEAN in an age of volatility

International Relations in an Age of Volatility

David Martin Jones, Nicholas Khoo and M. L.R. Smith

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Producing security: state power, democracy and Southeast Asian regionalism

International Relations in an Age of Volatility

David Martin Jones, Nicholas Khoo and M. L.R. Smith

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David Martin Jones, Nicholas Khoo and M. L.R. Smith

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The new twenty years’ crisis: East Asia and the northern financial crisis

International Relations in an Age of Volatility

David Martin Jones, Nicholas Khoo and M. L.R. Smith

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Conclusion

International Relations in an Age of Volatility

David Martin Jones, Nicholas Khoo and M. L.R. Smith

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Asian Security and the Rise of China

International Relations in an Age of Volatility

David Martin Jones, Nicholas Khoo and M. L.R. Smith

East Asia is without question a region of huge economic, political and security significance. Asian Security and the Rise of China offers a comprehensive overview and assessment of the international politics of the Asia-Pacific since the end of the Cold War, seeking to address the overarching question of how we can most convincingly explain the central dynamics of Asia’s international relations. Via a realist perspective on the dynamics and frictions associated with accommodating the rise of powerful states, this timely book addresses the core issue in contemporary Asian politics: the rise of China.