Intl Security 20 AsianSecurityChinasRise

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20 Asian Security and China’s Rise I.  Cold War Asian Security: Contrast with Europe A.  Military Force B.  Alliances C.  Multilateral organizations II.  Post-Cold War Asian Security Landscape: Contrast with Europe  A.  Continuity: Old Disputes Echoes of the Cold War 1.  Japan and its neighbors 2.  Korea  3.  China and Taiwan  4.  India and China  o actually fought a war
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20 Asian Security and China’s Rise o mutually suspicious, armed rivals since 1962 o territorial disputes o security dilemma exists between the two 5.  India and Pakistan o long running stalemate between the two countries B.  Change:  New Wrinkles 1.  Maritime/Territorial Disputes Surface o not a good change. In the South China Sea o disputes over who has control over some of the islands in the  coastal waters o these are genuine disputed territories that have not been  involved.  o China and Japan disputes in the East China Sea could drag the  United States in foe example   Philippines  2.  Multilateralism Takes Root o the explosion of international institutions and regional  organizations ASEAN (Association of Southeast Asian Nations) ARF (ASEAN Regional Forum)  Economics, security concerns ASEAN + 3 (ASEAN + China, Japan, ROK) These meetings to some extent helped damp down the fighting APEC (Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation) EAC? (East Asia Community)
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