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Uncertainty, threat, and international security : implications for Southeast Asia / Ivan Savic and Zachary C. Shirkey.

By: Savic, Ivan [author.].
Contributor(s): Shirkey, Zachary C [author.].
Series: Rethinking Asia and international relations.Publisher: London ; New York : Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, 2017Description: 168 pages ; 24 cm.ISBN: 9781472483201.Other title: Uncertainty, threat, and international security.Subject(s): Comparative government | Security, International -- Southeast Asia | China -- Foreign relations -- Southeast Asia | Southeast Asia -- Foreign relations -- 21st century | Southeast Asia -- Foreign relations -- ChinaDDC classification: 355
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

"The rise of China is changing the strategic landscape globally and regionally. How states respond to potential threats posed by this new power arrangement will be crucial to international relations for the coming decades. This book builds on existing realist and rationalist concepts of balancing, bandwagoning, commitment problems, and asymmetric information to craft explanations about how states respond when faced with potential threats. Specifically, the book explores the role different types of uncertainty play in potential balancing situations. Particular focus is paid to the nature of the rising state's actions, the balance of forces, and the value of delay"-- Provided by publisher.

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