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Driven by Growth: Political Change in the Asia-Pacific Region (Studies of the East Asian Institute) epub ebook

by James William Morley

Driven by Growth: Political Change in the Asia-Pacific Region (Studies of the East Asian Institute) epub ebook

Author: James William Morley
Category: Politics & Government
Language: English
Publisher: Routledge (April 30, 1992)
Pages: 382 pages
ISBN: 1563240130
ISBN13: 978-1563240133
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1993 book Driven by Growth, this work presents the political-economic evolution of the Asia-Pacific countries.

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Advanced International and Area Studies in East China Normal University .

Advanced International and Area Studies in East China Normal University, the Korea Institute for International Economic Policy, the Norwegian. Higher School of Economics in Russia. With the ‘turn to the East’ in Russian foreign policy, the development of the Russian Far East has become one of the priorities of Russian government that has made various attempts to integrate it into the economy of the Asia-Pacific region (APR).

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By James William Morley. 1. The Varieties of Asia-Pacific Experience, Shinichi Ichimura and James W. Morley. I. The Low Income Economies. 2. Burma/Myanmar: Under the Military, David I. Steinberg.

Security in East Asia and Military Buildup by Asian Powers and India. As the center of world economic growth and world politics is shifting to East Asia, the region is undergoing a strategic transformation due to the ongoing power shift. As a result, major regional powers, namely the USA, China, Japan, India, South Korea, Australia and South East Asian states are building up their military potential, in particular naval forces, amid aggravating regional security problems and escalation of maritime disputes. This paper aims to assess regional strategies and military buildup in the Indo-Pacific.

While the rapid economic growth in the Asia-Pacific region was receiving great attention, its political consequences were being largely ignored, except for the widespread assumption that since nearly everyone wanted growth, it must be a good thing. But was growth having a stabilizing or destabilizing effect on the governments involved? Was it driving them in more authoritarian or more democratic directions? How to explain that high growth in China was compatible with communism, in Japan, with democracy, and in the other countries of the region with a bewildering variety of authoritarian, quasi-democratic, or democratic regimes? Had growth no political bearing? Or were the dynamics of its impact too subtle to analyze? The product of the Pacific Basin Program at Columbia University's East Asian Institute, this volume addresses these key issues.
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