Table of contents for Asia-Pacific and a new international order : responses and options / Purnendra Jain, (editor).

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TABLE OF CONTENTS:
Preface; Part I. The Changing Environment in the Asia Pacific: Chapter 1. The Pacific Century and the Post-Cold War World (Felix Patrikeeff and Purnendra Jain, University of Adelaide, Australia); Chapter 2. Asia Pacific Political and Economic Circumstances in an Era of Global and Regional Transformation (Purnendra Jain and Peter Mayer, University of Adelaide, Australia); Chapter 3. Strategic Resets, Security Ripples and US Interests in the Asia-Pacific (Satu P. Limaye, Asia-Pacific Center for Security Studies, USA); Chapter 4. Soft Power In The Asia-Pacific Post 9/11: The Cases Of Japan, China And India (Gerry Groot, University of Adelaide, Australia); Chapter 5. 'Islamic Fundamentalism' in the Asia-Pacific Region: Failures of Civil Societies or Backlash against the US Hegemony? (Shamsul Khan, University of South Australia, Australia); Part II. Response and Options The Cold War Superpowers: Chapter 6. Post-Cold War U.S. Foreign Policy in Asia (William T. Tow, The Australian National University, Australia); Chapter 7. Redefining Ideology: Russia and Asia in the Putin Era (Felix Patrikeeff); Chapter 8. Japan And A New International Order A Case For An East Asian Community (Eiichi Katahara, Defense Agency of Japan, Japan); Chapter 9. Peaceful Development: China's "Policy of Assurance" (Jia Qingguo, Peking University, China); Chapter 10. South Korea vis-à-vis the International Disorder: Internal Split and External Initiative (Myongsob Kim and Yongho Kim, Yonsei University, Korea); Chapter 11. Indonesia Transforming (Malcolm Cook, Lowy Institute for International Policy, Australia); Chapter 12. Responses and Options for Malaysia to the Changing Regional Security Environment (Kamarulnizam Abdullah, Universiti Kebangsaan, Malaysia); Chapter 13. The New International Order in the Asia-Pacific Region: Thailand's Responses and Options (Chookiat Panaspornprasit, Chulalongkorn University, Thailand); Chapter 14. India's Quest for Strategic Space in the 'New' International Order! Locations, (Re)Orientations and Opportunities (Sanjay Chaturvedi, Panjab University, India); Chapter 15. Pakistan and the Bush Doctrine: Consensual Foreign Policy? (Samina Yasmeen, University of Western Australia, Australia); Chapter 16. The Middle East: An Overview (Andrew Vincent, Macquarie University, Australia); Chapter 17. Iran's Security Perspectives and the Greater Middle East Initiative (Hossein Seifzadeh, Tehran University, Iran); Chapter 18. Australia and the South Pacific (John Bruni, University of Adelaide, Australia); Index.

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Asia -- Foreign relations.
Pacific Area -- Foreign relations.
Security, International.