Contending Visions of the Regional Order in East Asia

Contending Visions of the Regional Order in East Asia

by Bhubhindar Singh, Yuen Foong Khong, Feng Zhang, Takashi Terada, Xinquan Tu, Yue Lyu, Hideshi Tokuchi, Rajeswari Pillai Rajagopalan, Andrew Carr, Thitinan Pongsudhirak, Dewi Fortuna Anwar, and Tran Viet Thai
April 30, 2018

This roundtable examines the tensions between U.S. and Chinese visions of regional order in East Asia from the perspective of nations in the region.

Introduction
Bhubhindar Singh

A Regional Perspective on the U.S. and Chinese Visions for East Asia
Yuen Foong Khong

Chinese Visions of the Asian Political-Security Order
Feng Zhang

The Competing U.S. and Chinese Models for an East Asian Economic Order
Takashi Terada

Contesting Visions of East Asia’s Regional Economic Order: A Chinese Perspective
Xinquan Tu and Yue Lyu

The Role of Japan in Sustaining Regional Order in East Asia
Hideshi Tokuchi

India’s Vision of the East Asian Order
Rajeswari Pillai Rajagopalan

A Pilot Fish Returns to School: Australia Explores New Approaches in East Asia’s Evolving Regional Order
Andrew Carr

Locating ASEAN in East Asia’s Regional Order
Thitinan Pongsudhirak

Indonesia’s Vision of Regional Order in East Asia amid U.S.-China Rivalry: Continuity and Change
Dewi Fortuna Anwar

The Evolving Regional Order in East Asia: A View from Vietnam
Tran Viet Thai


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