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    Title: The Ties That Bind: The Emerging Asia-Pacific Regional Order and Taiwan-Korea Relations
    Authors: 盧業中
    Lu, Yeh-chung;Chen, Szu-hua
    Contributors: 政大外交系
    Date: 2012-06
    Issue Date: 2013-05-08 11:43:16 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: The rise of China in recent years has brought about more questions than answers as to whether and when China will take on the world Number One—the United States. In line with this reasoning, many analysts begin to suggest that a rinsing China, along with a declining America, would inevitably invite a change of the international order, especially in the Asia-Pacific region. Some began to argue that the United States should further integrate China into the current liberal international order.1) US President Barack Obama took office in 2009 and his administration proposed the idea of “strategic reassurance” to further lock in, if not crave, Chinese accommodative behavior.
    Relation: New Asia, 19(2), 54-70
    Data Type: article
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