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Contents Part I: The Puzzle and the argument 1. The Puzzle and China¿s Amazing Rise 2. Power, interests, and identity in East Asian international relations: 1300 to 1900 3. Describing East Asia: alignment strategies toward China Part II: East Asia responds to China 4. China: identity, sovereignty, and Taiwan 5. South Korea: embracing interdependence in search of security 6. Southeast Asia: accommodating China¿s rise 7. Japan: a Normal Identity Part III: East Asia and the U.S. 8. The U.S. role in East Asia 9. Conclusion and Implications
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
China -- Foreign relations -- East Asia.
East Asia -- Foreign relations -- China.
China -- Foreign relations -- 1976-.
East Asia -- Politics and government.