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The Evolution of Regionalism in Asia: 
Economic and Security Issues
Heribert Dieter (ed.)
29 May 2007
Part 1: Concepts of regionalism, interregional relations and the role of specific players
Chapter 1
The Evolution of Regionalism in Asia: An introduction
Heribert Dieter, University of Warwick and German Institute for International Affairs, Berlin
Chapter 2
¿Asia, whose Asia?¿ Evolving Conceptions of an Asian Community from the 1930s till Today
David Camroux, Science Po, Paris
Chapter 3
China¿s Rise in Asia: Regional Co-operation and Grand Strategy
Thomas G. Moore, University of Cincinnati
Chapter 4
Japan and the Evolution of Asian Regionalism: Responsible for Three Normative Transformations
Takashi Terada, Waseda University
Part 2: Regionalism in Trade, Finance and Production
Chapter 5
Bilateral Trade Agreements in the Asia-Pacific: Wise or Short-Sighted Policies?
Heribert Dieter, University of Warwick and German Institute for International Affairs, Berlin
Chapter 6
Responses to Regionalism: Corporate Strategy in East Asia
Andrew J. Staples, School of East Asian Studies, University of Sheffield
Chapter 7
The Future of Monetary Regionalism in Asia: A Joint Currency or Limited Co-operation?
Heribert Dieter, University of Warwick and German Institute for International Affairs, Berlin
Part 3: Regionalism and Security
Chapter 8
Trade and Security in East Asia: Political (Non-?) Integration in an Insecure Region
Douglas Webber, INSEAD, Paris
Chapter 9
The (in)effectiveness of security regionalism: Comparing ASEAN and the Pacific Islands Forum
Derek McDougall, University of Melbourne
Chapter 10
Regional Peace through Economic Integration: The Applicability of the European Model in South Asia
Golam Robbani, UNU-CRIS, Brugge
Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Asia -- Politics and government -- 1945-.
Regionalism -- Asia.
National security -- Asia.