The SAGE Handbook of Asian Foreign Policy (Hardback)Takashi Inoguchi (editor)
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Comprising 60.3 percent of the world's 7.2 billion population, Asia is an enigma to many in the West. Hugely dynamic in its demographic, economic, technological and financial development, its changes are as rapid as they are diverse.
The SAGE Handbook of Asian Foreign Policy provides the reader with a clear, balanced and comprehensive overview on Asia's foreign policy and accompanying theoretical trends. Placing the diverse and dynamic substance of Asia's international relations first, and bringing together an authoritative assembly of contributors from across the world, this is a reliable introduction to non-Western intellectual traditions in Asia.
PART 2: Themes
PART 3: Transnational Politics
PART 4: Domestic Politics
PART 5; Transnational Economics
PART 6: Foreign Policies of Asian States
Part 6a: East Asia
Part 6b: Southeast Asia
Part 6c: South & Central Asia
Part 7: Offshore Actors
Part 8: Bilateral Issues
Part 9: Comparison of Asian Sub-Regions
Publisher: SAGE Publications Ltd
Number of pages: 1252
Dimensions: 246 x 184 mm
-- Andrew J. Nathan
Takashi Inoguchi is a leading scholar of international relations and foreign policies in Asia. In this striking compendium he has assembled some of the world's best analysts on a broad range of Asian issues.
-- Joseph S. Nye
In this masterful two-volume collection, Professor Takashi Inoguchi draws on a life-time of thinking and research on Japan, Asia, and world affairs to provide a grand portrait of the foreign policies and international relations of Asia. In fifty- four chapters written by leading scholars, this handbook surveys the complex and shifting domestic and international policies and politics that define modern Asia. What is remarkable about these volumes is their scope and depth. Chapters that explore the sweeping themes and theories of Asian international relations are matched with other chapters that delve into the intricacies of regional subsystems and the domestic determinants of foreign policy. This is a major achievement.
-- G. John Ikenberry