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Contested ideas of regionalism in Asia

He, Baogang 2016, Contested ideas of regionalism in Asia, Routledge, London, Eng..

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Title Contested ideas of regionalism in Asia
Author(s) He, BaogangORCID iD for He, Baogang orcid.org/0000-0001-8098-9223
Publication date 2016
Total pages 196
Publisher Routledge
Place of Publication London, Eng.
Keyword(s) Political Science
Summary Deepening regionalism in Asia demands new leadership. Strong elites who are committed to a supranational identity are a minimum requirement of successful regionalism. Regional leaders are increasingly seen as a new set of leaders in Europe. Currently, Asian regional leaders largely come from the diplomacy community, or trade and economic sectors. Yet further regionalization demands a new type of leadership from civil society and citizens. In this context it is important to cultivate new regional leadership through the development of regional citizenship.This book examines contested ideas of regionalism in Asia with a particular focus on two competing ideas of pan-Asianism and Pacificism. It also identifies a new trend and contestation, the fundamental shift from a civilization understanding of regionalism to a technocratic and functional understanding of regionalism in the form of regulatory regionalism. It also examines the other contested imaginations of regionalism in Asia including elitist versus participatory approaches to regionalism, and democracy-centric versus nationalism-centric approaches to regionalism.
ISBN 9781317229629
1317229622
Language eng
Field of Research 160603 Comparative Government and Politics
160606 Government and Politics of Asia and The Pacific
Socio Economic Objective 940203 Political Systems
HERDC Research category A1 Books - authored - research
ERA Research output type A Book
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Persistent URL http://hdl.handle.net/10536/DRO/DU:30091090

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