Future Of The Pacific Rim

Future Of The Pacific Rim

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Overview

This important volume examines the vast potential of--and critical need for--cooperation among the neighboring states of the Pacific Rim. From economic and security matters to cultural and environmental concerns, the "Pacific Century" will require increased cross-border education, communication, and cooperation, which can be enhanced by regional organizations and agreements. This work offers a compilation of new thinking from international political, business, and academic leaders on the challenges facing the Pacific Rim in the next century, and proposes the emerging Pacific community as a model for global cooperation.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780275950880
Publisher: ABC-CLIO, Incorporated
Publication date: 10/30/1994
Series: School Librarianship
Pages: 288
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.64(d)
Lexile: 1520L (what's this?)

About the Author

BARBARA K. BUNDY is Executive Director of the Center for the Pacific Rim and director of the Masters Program in Asia Pacific Liberal Studies at the University of San Francisco. During her 27-year career, she has held faculty positions at the University of California at Berkeley and at Santa Cruz, in addition to serving as president of Dominican College of San Rafael.

STEPHEN D. BURNS has served as Trade and Economics Program Officer at the Center for Asian Pacific Affairs of the Asia Foundation. Presently, he is pursuing an advanced degree in public administration at George Washington University.

KIMBERLY V. WEICHEL is President of Weichel & Associates, a consulting firm specializing in international relations, global communications, and marketing. During her 17 year career, she has worked abroad for a wide variety of international agencies, directing international programs, research, community development, cross-cultural exchanges and radio programs. She was recently director of programs for the World Affairs Council of Northern California.

Table of Contents

Foreword by Boutros Boutros-Ghali

Acknowledgments

Introduction by Barbara K. Bundy, Stephen D. Burns, and Kimberly V. Weichel.
Overview of Regional Cooperation in the Pacific Region: The Pan-Pacific Movement: An Interpretative History by M. Hadi Soesastro.
Economic Structures and Relationship: Economic Blocs or Open Regionalism: A Japanese View by Nobuo Matsunaga

Economic Structures and Relationships in the Pacific Rim by Walter E. Hoadley

East Asian Economics: Development, Cooperation Prospects, and China's Strategy by Huang Fan-Zhang

Pacific Economic Cooperation: Outlook and Agenda for the 1990s by Kim Kihwan

The Importance of the Asia Pacific Region for California's Economic Vitality by Tapan Munroe.
Governmental Mechanisms for Regional Cooperation and Integration: Regionalism and the Asia Pacific Development Outlook by Saburo Okita

Regionalism and Cooperation in the Asia Pacific: The Role of Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) Governments by Gareth Evans

Regional Groupings in the Pacific Rim: An East Asian Perspective by Dato' Seri Mahathir Bin Mohamad

New Directions for the Future by Hector Cardenas

APEC's Potential and the US Interest: Going Multilateral by Allen C. Choate.
Security: New and Emerging Issues: A Framework for Regional Security Cooperation in Asia by Robert A. Scalapino

Asia Pacific Security in a Time of Change by Lin Bih-jaw

Prospects for Cooperative Security Arrangements by Harry Harding

From Confrontation to Cooperation in Southeast Asia: Lessons and Prospects by Donald Emmerson.
Emerging Players in Pacific Rim Regionalism: Globalization and National Power in the Pacific by José Juan de Olloqui y Labastida

Russia on the Pacific: Beyond Communism and Confrontation by Vladimir Ivanov

Redefining the Pacific: The New Architecture of Economic Regionalism by R. Sean Randolph

A Vision for the Asia Pacific Economy in the Year 2000 and the Tasks Ahead by Ippei Yamazawa.
New Directions for the Future: Future Directions for Pacific Cooperation by Monica Gruder Drake

A New Democracy for the Pacific Rim Region and the World by Yoriko Kishimoto

From Silk Road to Silicon Road: Managing the Challenges of Success During the 1990s by Stephen Cass and Peter Schwartz.
Appendix A: Glossary

Appendix B: Map

Appendix C: Charts

Index

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