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Asian security and role of outside powers in the region

Asian security and role of outside powers in the region

proceedings of joint USI-CIISS seminar held at USI, New Delhi, on March 27-28, 2001.

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Published by United Service Institution of India in New Delhi .
Written in English


Edition Notes

SeriesUSI-CIISS seminar ;, no. S-24, USI seminars ;, 24.
ContributionsUnited Service Institution of India.
The Physical Object
Pagination59 p. ;
Number of Pages59
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3338858M
LC Control Number2004329947

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The study underscores that this engagement in the post 9/11 period has had a number of implications, both for Afghanistan’s security and for South Asian security mechanisms at three different. "This outstanding book serves as a sobering reminder of the dangers that crises between regional nuclear actors pose to global peace. One of the world's foremost experts on U.S. policy towards South Asia, Moeed Yusuf has produced powerful original scholarship that emphasizes the critical role the United States has played, and must continue to play, in managing these crises.

Muthiah Alagappa is Distinguished Senior Fellow at the East-West Center. He is the editor of Asian Security Order: Instrumental and Normative Features (Stanford, ), Coercion and Governance: The Declining Political Role of the Military in Asia (Stanford, ), Asian Security Practice: Material and Ideational Influences (Stanford, ), and Political Legitimacy in Southeast Asia: The Quest.   Tim Dunne, University of Exeter "This is the long-awaited follow-on book to Buzan's and Waever's initial statement of s and Powers develops a conceptual apparatus for an interpretation of all of the world's different regional security complexes. The book is heroic in its ambition and Herculean in its execution/5(89).


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The book also covers key outside powers with influence in the region; Russia, with its historical ties to the many Central Asian countries that used to belong to the USSR, is perhaps the biggest international presence in the area, and other countries on the region's periphery like Iran, Turkey, Pakistan, and India have a stake in the fortunes 4/5(1).

powers. The rise of China into a military-industrial powerhouse will therefore have a multi-dimensional impact upon other states of the Asia-Pacific region.

This judgment is now well-recognized by most strategic analysts.6 It will in particular have direct security consequences for China's neighbors, notably Taiwan, Korea, Japan, Vietnam,File Size: 87KB. Abraham, Itty (): ‘Towards a Reflexive South Asian Security Studies’, in Weinbaum and Kumar17–40 Acharya, Amitav (): ‘Regionalism and Regime Security in the Third World: Comparing the Origins of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations and the Gulf Cooperation Council’, in Cited by: They also examine the security policy content of relations between the Central Asian states and regional and international powers—specifically the stakes, interests, and policies of Russia.

Empowerment of Smaller Powers in South Asian Security Cooperation. Daniel K. Inouye Asia Pacific Center for Security Studies. region often have transnational and trans-regional ramifications inthe entire South Asian region.

What makes the situation even more daunting is. role for the United States in their sub-region’s security. In effect, the continuing US security interest, including a substantial military presence in the vicinity of Southeast Asia, relieves Southeast Asian governments of the need for immediate concern over China’s increasing activity.

All journal articles featured in Asian Security vol 16 issue 1. (a) distinct conceptualisations of two main pathways to order in the region – omni-enmeshment of major powers and complex balance of influence; and (b) a concrete vision of the preferred power distribution outcome, which is a hierarchical regional order.

Apart from elucidating Southeast Asian regional security strategies, the other key aim. With many Southeast Asian countries concerned about animosity between the outside powers and afraid of being caught in the middle of heightened competition, it.

Regions and Powers: The Structure of International Security complements a project that has begun with Barry Buzan's People, States and Fear and was later thoroughly reformulated with the help of Ole Waever in Security: New Framework for Analysis.

We are talking about the Cited by: Our previous book, Security: A New Framework for Analysis, laid the foundations for thinking about regional security in the context of a wider security agenda and a securitisation approach.

It is that thread we pick up here. We sought to bring some clarity to the debate about the 'new' security by combining a sectoral approach to the wider security agenda with a constructivist ('securitisation.

Chinese President Xi Jinping Wednesday advocated a new security vision for Asia, which stressed the role played by Asians themselves in building security, viewed as a rejection of interference. Brazil; Asia. Historically, China was the dominant power in Eastat the beginning of the early 20th century, the Empire of Japan became the dominant force of Asia in World War I as one of the Allied economic turmoil, Japan's expulsion from the League of Nations, and its interest in expansion on the mainland, Japan became one of the three main Axis powers in World War II.

Northeast Asia Security and China's Role. September ; the Northeast Asian region has been comparatively stable and peaceful in the post-Cold War era. Although an outside power, the US. These nations see the potential of linking their security needs, economic growth, and their role in the world to their geography, at a time of significant focus on maritime partnerships in the Indo-Pacific by traditional powers such as France, India, and the United States as well as new powers such as China.

For instance, during this author’s. The Burke Chair at CSIS is issuing a working draft of a new net assessment of the security situation in the Persian/Arab Gulf. This net assessment is a book length analysis entitled Iran and the Changing Military Balance in the Gulf - Net Assessment Indicators.

It is available on the CSIS website here. The book also covers key outside powers with influence in the region; Russia, with its historical ties to the many Central Asian countries that used to belong to the USSR, is perhaps the biggest international presence in the area, and other countries on the region’s periphery like Iran, Turkey, Pakistan, and India have a stake in the fortunes.

Southern Asia’s Nuclear Powers A surface-to-surface missile is launched off the eastern Indian state of Odisha, Septem (Indian Defence. regional security dynamics. South Asian security analysis combine two perspectives: regional security relations within the region and impact of unipolarity and other great powers from outside.

Approaches of regional security analysis The region is theoretically interesting File Size: KB. East Asian countries now play a much stronger role in world affairs than during the Cold War and the Soviet Union has ceased to exist, but the East. The Association of Southeast Asian Nations is a regional organization that brings together disparate neighbors to address economic, security, and political issues, but the group’s impact remains.22 Post-Taliban Afghanistan and South Asian security.

Samina Ahmed CONTENTS vii. the region’s two nuclear powers. There is an urgent need to accelerate (one of the five permanent members of the UN Security Council), SOUTH ASIA IN THE WORLD 3. Central Asia (and Russia beyond), the Middle East and South-East Asia.

File Size: KB.Today, the U.S. Department of Defense, in a continuity of policy, stresses in its U.S.

Security Strategy for the East Asia-Pacific Region that the United States "has served as a key stabilizing factor in the region," that the United States will honor its commitments, and that the United States seeks to enlarge the community of "market.