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    Title: Conflict Management, Security and Intervention in East Asia : Third-party mediation in regional conflict
    Authors: Jacob Bercovitch;Kwei-Bo Huang;Chung-Chian Teng
    Contributors: 外交系
    Date: 2008
    Issue Date: 2014-06-23 14:57:51 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 1 Introduction: security, conflict management and
    resolution in East Asia 1
    Chung-chian Teng
    Section I
    General approaches to conflict management and
    third-party mediation in East Asia 17
    2 Third parties and conflict management in the
    context of East Asia and the Pacific 19
    Jacob Bercovitch
    3 Conflict management in East Asia: the
    China–Taiwan–North Korea conundrum 40
    Chung-chian Teng
    4 Peacebuilding in East Asia: the role of Track 2
    diplomacy, informal networks, and economic,
    social and cultural regionalization 67
    Mikael Weissmann
    Section II
    Approaches to conflict management in East Asia:
    third parties and other parties 83
    5 Third parties in the Beijing–Tokyo negotiations:
    informal political actors and mechanisms 85
    Quansheng Zhao
    6 Peace by piece: the Six-Party Talks and beyond 118
    John S. Park and Yeh-chung Lu
    7 The limits of humanitarian intervention in North Korea 135
    Sukhee Han
    8 The transformation of ASEAN as a third-party mediator
    in intra-regional disputes of Southeast Asia 147
    Kwei-Bo Huan g
    9 The “Track 2” process within ASEAN and its
    application in resolving the Aceh conflict in Indonesia 165
    Eric Teo Chu Cheow
    Section III
    Third parties in the context of Taipei–Beijing 191
    10 The role of the United States in cross-strait
    negotiations: a Taiwanese perspective 193
    Edward I-hsin Chen
    11 The role of the United States in cross-strait
    negotiations: a mainland Chinese perspective 217
    Su Changhe
    12 Managing America’s Taiwan dilemma: U.S. policy
    toward the Taiwan Strait and its implications for
    cross-strait stability 232
    Scott L. Kastner
    13 Regional organizations, individuals, and the mediation
    in Beijing–Taipei disputes after the cold war 246
    Tsungting Chung

    Section IV
    Conclusion 267
    14 Reflections on conflict management and
    third-party intervention in East Asia 269
    Kwei-Bo Huang
    Relation: Routledge
    ISBN13: 978-0-203-92828-8 (ebk)
    Data Type: book/chapter
    Appears in Collections:[外交學系] 專書/專書篇章

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