Andrew Yeo’s <em>Asia’s Regional Architecture: Alliances and Institutions in the Pacific Century</em>

Andrew Yeo’s Asia's Regional Architecture: Alliances and Institutions in the Pacific Century

by Ralf Emmers, Alice D. Ba, Kei Koga, Renato Cruz De Castro, and Andrew Yeo
January 28, 2020

Can overlapping institutions in Asia promote regional governance and reduce uncertainty? Reviewers Ralf Emmers, Alice D. Ba, Kei Koga, and Renato Cruz de Castro reflect on the variety and utility of regional arrangements in Asia in their essays on Andrew Yeo’s book Asia’s Regional Architecture: Alliances and Institutions in the Pacific Century, with a response essay from the author.

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Asia’s Evolving Security Architecture

Ralf Emmers

Making Sense of Asia’s Crowded Space

Alice D. Ba

Path Dependence, Resilience, and the Gradual Transformation of Regional Architectures in Asia

Kei Koga

Three Scenarios for Asia’s Changing Regional Order

Renato Cruz De Castro

Author’s Response: Revisiting Asia’s Regional Architecture

Andrew Yeo


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