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Author Koga, Kei, author. https://isni.org/isni/0000000399318352

Title Managing great power politics : ASEAN, institutional strategy, and the South China Sea / Kei Koga.

Publication Info. Singapore : Palgrave Macmillan, [2022]
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Description 1 online resource (xix, 284 pages) : illustrations (some color).
Series Global political transitions, 2522-8749
Global political transitions. 2522-8749
Access Open access GW5XE
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Chapter 1: Introduction-ASEAN’s Strategic Utility Redefined -- Chapter 2: The Concept of Institutional Strategy and Change -- Chapter 3: Four Phases of South China Sea Disputes 1990–2020 -- Chapter 4: Institutional Strategies of ASEAN/ASEAN-led Institutions -- Chapter 5: Conclusion-Future Implications of ASEAN’s Institutional Strategies.
Summary This Open Access book explains ASEAN’s strategic role in managing great power politics in East Asia. Constructing a theory of institutional strategy, this book argues that the regional security institutions in Southeast Asia, ASEAN and ASEAN-led institutions have devised their own institutional strategies vis-à-vis the South China Sea and navigated the great-power politics since the 1990s. ASEAN proliferated new security institutions in the 1990s and 2000s that assumed a different functionality, a different geopolitical scope, and thus a different institutional strategy. In so doing, ASEAN formed a zstrategic institutional weby that nurtured a quasi-division of labor among the institutions to maintain relative stability in the South China Sea. Unlike the conventional analysis on ASEAN, this study disaggregates zASEANy as a collective regional actor into specific individual institutions—ASEAN Foreign Ministers’ Meeting, ASEAN Summit, ASEAN-China dialogues, ASEAN Regional Forum, East Asia Summit, and ASEAN Defense Ministers Meeting and ASEAN Defense Ministers Meeting-Plus—and explains how each of these institutions has devised and/or shifted its institutional strategy to curb great powers’ ambition in dominating the South China Sea while navigating great power competition. The book sheds light on the strategic potential and limitations of ASEAN and ASEAN-led security institutions, offers implications for the future role of ASEAN in the Indo-Pacific region, and provides an alternative understanding of the strategic utilities of regional security institutions.
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Local Note Springer Nature Springer Nature Open Access eBooks
Subject ASEAN https://isni.org/isni/0000000121770221
ASEAN. (OCoLC)fst00541528
East Asia -- Foreign relations.
South China Sea Region -- International status.
Diplomatic relations. (OCoLC)fst01907412
International law. (OCoLC)fst00976984
East Asia. (OCoLC)fst01243628
South China Sea Region. (OCoLC)fst01350075
Genre/Form Electronic books.
Electronic books.
Other Form: Print version: Koga, Kei. Managing great power politics. Basingstoke : Palgrave Macmillan, 2022 9789811926105 (OCoLC)1338676956
ISBN 9789811926112 (electronic bk.)
9811926115 (electronic bk.)
9789811926105
9811926107
Standard No. 10.1007/978-981-19-2611-2 doi
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