• Dividing ASEAN and Conquering the South China Sea
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  • 作者: Daniel C. O’Neill
  • 出版社:Hong Kong University Press
  • 出版年:2018[民107]
  • ISBN:9789888455966
  • EISBN:9789888455461 PDF
  • 格式:PDF,JPG
租期14天 今日租書可閱讀至2022-07-21

The “ASEAN Way” is based on the principle of consensus; any individual member state effectively has a veto over any proposal with which it disagrees. Dividing ASEAN and Conquering the South China Sea analyzes how China uses its influence to divide ASEAN countries in order to prevent them from acting collectively to resolve their territorial disputes with China in the South China Sea. Using comparative case studies of China’s relations with Cambodia, the Philippines, and Myanmar, O’Neill argues that the regime type in the country with which China is interacting plays an important role in enhancing or constraining China’s ability to influence the governments of developing states within ASEAN and globally. Authoritarian institutions facilitate Chinese influence while democratic institutions inhibit that influence. O’Neill argues that as long as ASEAN includes developing, authoritarian regimes, and given that the United States and other global powers are unlikely to risk any serious conflict over each push of China’s maritime boundaries, little by little, China will assert its sovereignty over the South China Sea. Nevertheless, noting the long-term, global trend of states democratizing, he contends that if China chooses to engage in more sophisticated bilateral politics, such as providing incentives to a broader range of interest groups in democratic states, then China will have more success in projecting its power globally.

Daniel C. O’Neill is an associate professor of political science in the School of International Studies at the University of the Pacific. He publishes widely on the politics of economic globalization and the effects of political institutions on the choices of domestic actors.

  • List of Illustrations(第vi頁)
  • List of Tables(第vii頁)
  • List of Tables(第viii頁)
  • List of Abbreviations(第x頁)
  • 1. Introduction : The Rise of China in the South China Sea(第1頁)
  • 2. Multilateralism and Divisions in ASEAN(第24頁)
  • 3. ASEAN Member States’ Maritime Claims(第45頁)
  • 4. Buying Influence : The Strings Attached to Chinese “Aid”(第68頁)
  • 5. Comparative Political Systems : Family Dynasties in the Philippines and Cambodia(第93頁)
  • 6. Sino-Cambodian Ties That Bind(第112頁)
  • 7. Sino-Philippine Relations : Back to the Future?(第146頁)
  • 8. Evolving Institutions and Declining Chinese Influence in Myanmar(第179頁)
  • 9. Dividing ASEAN and the Limits to China’s Influence Abroad(第214頁)
  • Index(第237頁)
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