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作者 Quayle, Linda
書名 Southeast Asia and the English school of international relations [electronic resource] : a region-theory dialogue / Linda Quayle
出版項 Basingstoke : Palgrave Macmillan, 2013
國際標準書號 9781137026859 (electronic bk.)
1137026855 (electronic bk.)
book jacket
說明 1 online resource
附註 Includes bibliographical references
The Need For A Region-Theory Dialogue -- The Protagonists In The Dialogue -- Southeast Asia And Its Politics -- The English School -- The Contributions Of The Dialogue Partners -- What The ES Offers SEA: Big Pictures And Different Thinking-Spaces -- What SEA Offers The ES: Insights On Community, Hierarchy And Agency -- An Overview Of The Chapters -- Part I: The Society Of States In SEA -- Part II: International Society And Others -- Potential Challenges To An ES-SEA Linkage -- The ES's Status As 'Theory' -- The ES As A Western Interpretation Of SEA -- PART I: THE SOCIETY OF STATES IN SOUTHEAST ASIA -- Power And Community In Southeast Asia's International Society -- The Problem Of Conflicting Narratives -- The Power Story -- The Community Story -- Theoretical Attempts To Deal With The Power-Community Nexus -- What The ES Can Offer: A Power-And-Community Lens -- International Society: An Amalgam Of Power And Community -- Theoretical Pluralism: Schematizing The Pressures On International Society -- Small Powers, Great Powers: Dealing With The Wider Region -- Evaluation: A Different Picture Of Interstate Relations In And Around SEA -- Practicable ASEAN Community-Building -- The Problem Of Disconnected Ideals And Realities -- What The ES Can Offer: Validation Of The Slow Route To Community-Building -- Support For The Middle Ground -- Counsels Of Caution ; And Cautious Hope -- Ways To Frame Cooperation Differently -- Another Look At Consensus -- Evaluation: A Different Picture Of The ASEAN Community -- Learning From Southeast Asia About International Societies -- Intersections: Powers And Societies -- Expanding The ES's Understanding Of Great Powers -- Discerning The Interaction Of Different Levels Of International Society -- Intersections: Community-Building In A Non-Liberal Environment -- Liberalization -- Culture And Identity -- Economics -- Functional Cooperation -- Bases For Enhanced ES Interpretations Of Interstate Relations -- PART II: INTERNATIONAL SOCIETY AND OTHERS -- Non-State Actors: Theoretical Limitations And Problematic Discourses -- Non-State And Beyond-State Politics In ES Thought -- The Need For A Different Perspective -- Civil Society And A Narrative Of Gaps -- Talking But Not Dialoguing: The 'Problem' Of Fragmentation -- The Theoretically Vanishing Individual -- Regional International Society Meets Its Civil Counterpart -- The SEA Environment: Cooperation, Institutionalization And Hierarchy -- An ES Response: Imagining A 'Hierarchical Society' -- Applying ES Ideas To Regional Civil Society In SEA -- An Institutionalization Process In A Hierarchical Environment -- Formalizing Recognition -- Locating And Exploiting Common Ground -- Learning To Engage For The Long Term -- Sharing Burdens -- The State Of The Institutionalization Process -- Evaluation: A Different Picture Of ASEAN And Regional Civil Society -- 6. Non-State Actors In A Hierarchical World -- The SEA Environment: Spaces, States And Agency -- An ES Response: A Three-Cornered Conversation -- Particularism And Power -- Pragmatism And Order -- Borderlessness And Emancipation -- Evaluation: A Different Picture Of Non-State Actors In A World Of States -- 7. Remembering Southeast Asia's Individuals -- The SEA Environment: The Surprisingly Powerful Individual -- An ES Response: Individuals As Agents Of Change -- Extending Activity Spaces -- Leveraging Contact With The World Of States -- Retaining Hope -- Evaluation: A Different Picture Of The Individual -- Conclusion -- A Review Of The Signposts -- A Synthesis Of The Signposts -- Offering A Different Picture Of The Region : And Why That Matters -- Continuing The Dialogue
Connecting the theoretical possibilities of the English School approach to International Relations with the increasingly important region of Southeast Asia, this book is the first comprehensive assessment of this region-theory linkage. It surveys a range of areas including interstate relations, the community-building goals of the region's foremost international organization, relations with civil society, the impact of non-state actors and the role of individuals in regional dynamics. Quayle shows that English School ideas can project a more nuanced and integrated picture of the region whilst regional ideas can challenge English School thinking, inputting different ideas and practices and encouraging refinements and innovations. This book provides an original and refreshing insight into the international and transnational dynamics of Southeast Asia, revealing that both region and theory can gain from a broader dialogue
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主題 Southeast Asia -- Foreign relations
Southeast Asia -- Foreign relations administration
POLITICAL SCIENCE / Government / International bisacsh
POLITICAL SCIENCE / International Relations / General bisacsh
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