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IR of the Asia-Pacific (2017A)

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Overview:

  • Week 1: Asia-Pacific as a Region

    Beeson, Mark. 2007. Conceptualizing East Asia: From the Local to the Global. In Regionalism & Globalization in East Asia. NY: Palgrave: 16-40

    Katzenstein, Peter J., and Rudra Sil. 2004. Rethinking Asian Security: A Case for Analytical Eclecticism. In Rethinking Security in East Asia: Identity, Power, and Efficiency, edited by J. J. Suh, P. J. Katzenstein and A. Carlson. Stanford: Stanford University Press.

  • Week 2: Asia as a System: Polarity

    Yahuda, Michael B. 2004. The International Politics of the Asia-Pacific. 2nd and rev. ed. London; New York: RoutledgeCurzon: 16-40.

    Kang, David C. 2003/04. Hierarchy, Balancing, and Empirical Puzzles in Asian International Relations. International Security 28 (3):165-180.

    Ikenberry, G. John. 2004. American Hegemony and East Asian Order. Australian Journal of International Affairs 58(3): 353-67.

  • Week 3: Balancing and Security Dilemma

    Yahuda, Michael B. 2004. The International Politics of the Asia-Pacific. 2nd and rev. ed. London; New York: RoutledgeCurzon: 41-55.

    Christensen, Thomas J. 1999. China, the U.S.-Japan Alliance, and the Security Dilemma in East Asia. International Security 23 (4):49-80.

    Liff, Adam P., and G. John Ikenberry. 2014. Racing toward Tragedy?: China's Rise, Military Competition in the Asia Pacific, and the Security Dilemma. International Security 39 (2):52-91.

  • Week 4: Power Transition

    Yahuda, Michael B. 2004. The International Politics of the Asia-Pacific. 2nd and rev. ed. London; New York: RoutledgeCurzon: 56-75.

    Ross, Robert S. 2009. China’s Naval Nationalism: Sources, Prospects, and the U.S. Response. International Security 34 (2):46-81.

    Brooks, Stephen G. and William C. Wohlforth. 2016. The Rise and Fall of the Great Powers in the Twenty-first Century: China's Rise and the Fate of America's Global Position. International Security 40 (3): 7-53.

  • Week 5: Asia as a Regional Economy

  • Week 6: Economic Interdependence

  • Week 7: Regionalism

  • Week 8: Burden of History

    Schneider, Claudia. 2008. The Japanese History Textbook Controversy in East Asian Perspective. The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science 617(1): 107-22.

    Dirlik, Arif. 1991. "Past Experience, If Not Forgotten, Is a Guide to the Future"; Or, What Is in a Text? The Politics of History in Chinese-Japanese Relations. Boundary 2 18 (3):29-58.

    Shibuichi, Daiki. 2005. The Yasukuni Shrine Dispute and the Politics of Identity in Japan: Why All the Fuss? Asian Survey 45 (2):197-215.

  • Week 9: Nationalism and Neo-Nationalism

  • Week 10: Future of the Region