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The Geography of Peace: East Asia in Transition

Gayatri Singh (Author)

This book examines the role of geography in maintaining the balance of power in East Asia. Taking a close look at the social, cultural, environmental and demographic changes in the region, it investigates into the strategic and maritime interests of major powers like the US, China, Russia and Japan in the region, and its impact on the regional security and stability.

Describing in detail the hegemony, hierarchy and transition in East Asia, it deals with the great power bargain in the region, transitional justice, complexity of national interests, nuclear deterrence in asymmetric power structure, and the role of NDAPS in East Asian security. It also discusses at length the role of China in Northeast Asian security, lessons from the East for the Middle East peace process, Asian geopolitics and Sino-American relations. Indian concerns in the region have been taken care of as well.

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Gayatri Singh

Gayatri Singh The author reaches a more optimistic conclusion about the future of East Asian security. He focuses on the role of geography and strucyure in maintaining the current East Asian balavce of power into the the twenty-first century. He argues that U.S.-China bipolarity in the region will continue for at least the next quarter century.

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Title The Geography of Peace: East Asia in Transition
Author Gayatri Singh
Format Hardcover
Date published: 10.03.2016
Edition 1st. ed.
Language: English
isbn 9788192718651
length xi+268p., 1 Map; 25cm.