Reshaping Regional Relations summarizes the cause and consequences of changes in Asia-Pacific region. It introduces the lead player in regional change and outlines strategic, military, political and economical issues that constitute the regional agenda in the 1990s.
Table of Contents
Asia-Pacific After the Cold War -- The Agenda for Reform in Russia -- Russia’s Three Circles of Interests -- Russia as an Asian-Pacific Power -- Russia and the Emerging Asian-Pacific Economic Order -- Japan -- China and East Asia -- South Asia -- Regional Conflicts -- Indochina -- Southeast Asia -- The South Pacific -- Regional Order in Asia-Pacific
Ramesh Tahkur, Carlyle A. Thayer