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by Derek McDougall

eBook International Politics and the New Asia Pacific download ISBN: 1555877281
Author: Derek McDougall
Publisher: Lynne Rienner Pub; A little sunning to spine, o/wise condition vg. 25 edition (October 1, 1997)
Language: English
Pages: 300
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Derek McDougall, author. Date of publication: 2000. For customers in Southeast Asia, Taiwan, South Korea and the People's Republic of China. Co-publication: ISEAS, Lynne Rienner

Derek McDougall, author. Publisher: ISEAS, Lynne Rienner. A key region in contemporary international politics, Asia Pacific is a focus of interest for all the major powers. McDougall first provides the context of various approaches to understanding international relations. Co-publication: ISEAS, Lynne Rienner. Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, Lynne Rienner.

Book Condition: Book in almost Brand New condition. 100% Money Back Guarantee. Shipped to over one million happy customers. Derek McDougall really nailed it when explaining about Asia Pacific in details. The chapters of the book is served as flowing stories instead of boring textbook.

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Derek McDougall (author). Taiwan and Korea and the complexities of international politics in Southeast Asia. The focus on the region's major state actors has now been broadened to include an entirely new chapter on India and greatly expanded treatment of both Russia and Australia. The role of international organizations is also thoroughly covered, as are the conflicts involving Taiwan and Korea and the complexities of international politics in Southeast Asia.

PDF On Jan 1, 2007, Derek Mcdougall and others published Asia Pacific in World . Understanding Asia Pacific International Politics. The Twenty Years''Crisis.

New Delhi and Beijing have never been good friends and each perceives the other as an antagonist, with divergent political perspectives. The fact, India with an unstained political history of a democratic setup and China with an authoritative administration, further implicate the problem.

Defining International Politics and Asia Pacific. International Politics An everyday definition of international politics encompasses political relationships transcending state boundaries. Political relationships con-cern the pursuit of power and influence. The usual definition of Asia Pacific, and the one used in this book, includes East Asia and the Western powers of the Pacific (the United States, Australia, Canada, New Zealand). East Asia can be di-vided into Northeast Asia and Southeast Asia.

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Author: McDougall, Derek, 1945-; Format: Book; xi, 257 pages : map ; 24cm. Boulder, Colo : Lynne Rienner Publishers. The international politics of the new Asia Pacific, Derek McDougall Lynne Rienner Publishers Boulder, Colo 1997. Australian/Harvard Citation. 1997, The international politics of the new Asia Pacific, Derek McDougall Lynne Rienner Publishers Boulder, Colo.

Derek McDougall is senior lecturer in politics at the University of Melbourne. His numerous publications include Studies in International Relations and Historical Dictionary of International Organizations in Asia and the Pacific. well written and very up to date

Derek McDougall is senior lecturer in politics at the University of Melbourne. well written and very up to date. This is a fine book for easily coming to grips with the history, politics, economics, and current international problems of East and South East Asia. Ronald J. Hrebenar, University of Utah".

This text explores the regional roles and relationships of major powers with regard to the Asia Pacific region. It provides the context of various approaches to understanding international relations, and against this background, considers the roles of the US, China, Japan and Russia.