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Institute of East and West Studies, Yonsei University (1994)
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Future international relations in East Asia are likely to be largely shaped by the maritime strategies and policies of various actors. I also address some of the major Chinese concerns for further maritime cooperation in East Asia. This paper examines China's policy and behavior in maritime cooperation in the East Asian region in recent years, a topic that has been insufficiently understood. I conclude that while a grand cooperative maritime regime is still not possible from a Chinese perspective, China is likely to agree to more extensive and substantive maritime cooperation in many functional areas, most notably in the non-traditional security arena.

Analyzing maritime affairs in northeast asia More than ‘regional integration’, the ‘power shift’ towards China and ‘Asia’ has come to dominate the debates.

Analyzing maritime affairs in northeast asia. As the maritime sphere is the centre stage on which this shift unfolds, East Asian seas have become highly dangerous and divisive in the minds of politicians, bureaucrats and scholars alike.

The Assistant Secretary of State for East Asian and Pacific Affairs is the head of the Bureau of East Asian and Pacific Affairs within the United States Department of State. The Assistant Secretary guides operation of the . diplomatic establishment in the countries of the Asia-Pacific region and advises the Secretary of State and the Under Secretary for Political Affairs on matters relating to the area.

19 In April 2005, Hu Jintao further articulated a vision of a Harmonious 15 Xia Liping, Prospects for Cooperative Security in East Asia: from Chinese Perspectives, Partnership for Peace: Building Long-term Security Cooperation in Northeast Asia, The Second Collaborative Workshop on East Asia Regional Security Futures, Nautilus Institute and Fudan University, June 8, 2001 < 16 Stanley Weeks, Maritime Cooperation and Regime Building .

The future prospects of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization depend on the organization’s readiness to adjust its development strategy.

In Central Asia, China is emerging as one of the most influential players, and there is little Russia can do about that. The prospects for Russia’s Eurasian Economic Union look dim against China’s Belt and Road Initiative. The arrangement is fairly stable for now, yet fears of instability from South and Central Asia have forced Beijing to slowly increase its security profile there. Russia considers economic development of its eastern territories a strategic imperative, for which Chinese investment is essential.

Keywords: Russia, East Asia, Korea, USA, China Opinions on the Prospects for Unification.

Keywords: Russia, East Asia, Korea, USA, China. Northeast Asia as a region is the closest to Russia and, naturally, is always the focus of its attention. Countries located in this region– China, Japan, and South Korea–are its major Asian trade partners. Opinions on the Prospects for Unification. It would be an exaggeration to say that the Russian leadership is serious-ly thinking about the prospects and consequences of the possible unifica-tion of Korea.

It includes the core countries of the ethno-cultural East Asia

It includes the core countries of the ethno-cultural East Asia. The term Northeast Asia was popularized during the 1930s by an American historian and political scientist named Robert Kerner

Cooperation between China, Japan and Korea has historically been stunted. While a reaction to global events, this cooperation began to significantly affect the management of East Asia.

Cooperation between China, Japan and Korea has historically been stunted. In 1999, an agreement was reached for heads of state from each of the three countries to meet on the sidelines of the APT summit. Over the course of 2009, the three nations resolved their long running dispute over contributions (and thus voting weight) in the Chiang Mai Initiatives, the first major ‘success’ of the ASEAN Plus Three process.