Shortlisted for the Edgar Graham Book Prize.
'Outstanding. A major work of synthesis that demonstrates the inextricable linkages between globalisation and regionalism in the political economy of East Asia.' - Richard Higgott, Editor, Pacific Review
'Rich, nuanced and chock full of fresh insights, this will be must-reading about Asia. Beeson distils the region's unfolding political economy and security challenges in a most readable and digestible form.' - T. J. Pempel, University of California, Berkeley, USA
'Mark Beeson's depth of knowledge of both individual countries and regional developments shines through in this excellent and much needed text.' - Richard Stubbs, McMaster University, Canada
'We have long needed a text that covers both political economy and security issues in East Asia. Mark Beeson's new book admirably fills this gap.' - John Ravenhill, Australian National University
'[A] well-written, extensively researched book... A must-read for students and scholars... and recommended for journalists, policy-makers and the public interested in the region' - Benny Teh Cheng Guan, International Affairs
'Mark Beeson has delivered a masterly overview of the place of East Asia within the regionalizing and globalizing trends apparent to us all.' - Jim Rolfe, Contemporary Southeast Asia
"Regionalism and Globalization in East Asia" examines the distinctive character and evolution of political systems, economic structures, and security relationships of East Asia, a dynamic region that will profoundly influence global developments in the twenty-first century. Mark Beeson places East Asian development in the unique historical circumstances that have underpinned its remarkable rise to prominence over the last few decades. This multi-dimensional analysis provides the basis for an assessment of current efforts to develop a unified East Asian region.
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