Engaging Russia in Asia Pacific

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About the Publication

In Asia Pacific, a realignment of national and regional interests has been ongoing. For China, Japan, South Korea, North Korea and the ASEAN countries, much is at stake, economically as well as geopolitically. Integrating Russia, two-thirds of which is geographically Asian, into Asia Pacific is thus not an option, but a matter of course. In this wide-ranging volume of essays, nine scholars from six Asian countries address the engagement of Russia in Asia Pacific. Each writes from his national perspective, with its own specific concerns, but all agree that history is at a critical juncture and that the implications for relations built on this engagemnt are global.
          
          
          
          
          
          

Co-publication: ISEAS / JCIE

Institute of Southeast Asian Studies/Japan Center for International Exchange

Contents

Preliminary pages with Introduction
1. Engaging Russia for Peace in Northeast Asia, by Ha Yong-Chool, contributor
2. Russia's Regional Security Role, by Yang Mingjie, contributor
3. Sino-Russian Relations in Asia Pacific, by Li Jingjie, contributor
4. Engaging Russia -- A Japanese Perspective, by Koji Watanabe, contributor
5. Russia's Economy and Development of the Far East, by Tetsuo Sugano, contributor
6. The Challenge of Positive Engagement, by Bilveer Singh, contributor
7. The Russian Presence in Regional Security, by K S Nathan, contributor
8. ASEAN's Role in Integrating Russia into the Asia Pacific Economy, by Amado M Mendoza, Jr, contributor
9. Welcome to Asia Pacific for a New Russia, by Yutaka Akino, contributor
App. 1. Reflections on Engaging Russia in Asia Pacific
App. 2. Participants at the Cebu Conference
About the Contributors, Index

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