North-East Asia is a region where both the economic dynamism and power contestation are intensely magnified. Accordingly some argue that regional securitiy is bound to be volatile. In this volume, academics from the region develop their views on North-East Asian security and attempt to see how much can be done in terms of confidence and institution building. They discuss major issues of institution building schemes, national unification and non-proliferation. The concluding chapter assesses regional security in terms of six models - two versions of realism (bandwaggoning and balancing) and three versions of Kantian idealism.
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Book Description United Nation University Press, Tokyo, Japan, 1997. paperback. Book Condition: Very Good. Dust Jacket Condition: No Dust Jacket. First Edition. Soft cover and contents in almost new condition. Clean Copy. Bookseller Inventory # 222623