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Contents Acknowledgements Contributors Charts and Figures Introduction Themes: Chapter 1 Mark Beeson - American Ascendancy: Conceptualizing Contemporary Hegemony Chapter 2 Michael Mastanduno - Hegemonic Order, September 11th, and the Consequences of the Bush Revolution Chapter 3 John Ravenhill ? US Economic Relations with East Asia: From Hegemony to Complex Interdependence? Chapter 4 Michael Wesley ? The Dog That Didn?t Bark: US and East Asian Regionalism Chapter 5 William Tow - Bush and Asia: the evolving strategic context Cases: Chapter 6 Peter van Ness ? Bush?s Search for Absolute Security and the Rise of China Chapter 7 Aurelia George Mulgan ? Japan and the Bush Agenda: Alignment or Divergence? Chapter 8 Michael Connors ? Thailand and the United States: Beyond hegemony? Chapter 9 Ben Reid ? Bush and the Philippines after S11: Hegemony, mutual opportunism and democratic retreat Chapter 10 David Bourchier ? The United States, Bush and Indonesia: Bitter memories, new eggshells Chapter 11 Helen Nesadurai ? Malaysia and the United States: Rejecting dominance, embracing engagement. Chapter 12 Roland Bleiker ? The Contradictions of Hawk-Engagement: US Policy Towards Korea during the Bush Administration Chapter 13 Mark Beeson ? With friends like these: Reassessing the Australia-US relationship Bibliography Index
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
United States -- Foreign relations -- East Asia.
East Asia -- Foreign relations -- United States.
United States -- Foreign relations -- 2001-.
Bush, George W. (George Walker), 1946-.