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International Relations of the Asia-Pacific - Volume 20, Issue 3, September 2020

International Relations of the Asia-Pacific – Volume 20, Issue 3, September 2020

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International Relations of the Asia-Pacific

Volume 20, Issue 3, September 2020

ISSN: 1470-482X, EISSN: 1470-4838

International Relations of the Asia-Pacific is a major international journal publishing the best original research in the field. The journal, launched in 2001, is published three times a year in January, May and September. Papers are welcomed from all international relations scholars, both within and without the Asia-Pacific region.
The aims of International Relations of the Asia-Pacific are twofold: to bring outstanding general scholarship in international relations to readers in the Asia-Pacific; and to provide a dedicated outlet for scholars working on the international relations of the region. The circulation of the journal includes all the members of the Japan Association of International Relations, thereby guaranteeing substantial readership within the region.
International Relations of the Asia-Pacific focusses on: the relations between the countries within the Asia-Pacific region; the relations between the Asia-Pacific and the rest of the world; and general issues and theories of international relations that have a bearing on one or more countries of the Asia-Pacific. The journal is open to all methodological approaches and schools of thought. Among the topics that fall within the journal’s focus are, for example:

• the ‘Asian values’ debate
• Indonesian foreign policy after Suharto
• the political economy of investment in the Asia-Pacific
• Japan’s ‘special relationships’ with the UK and the USA
• Association of South-East Asian nations and the China– Japan–US triangle
• the rise of regionalism in the Asia-Pacific
• the role of international institutions
• humanitarian intervention in Cambodia and East Timor
• reconciliation on the Korean peninsula
• the Theatre Missile Defence initiative and regional responses
• the metamorphosis of state sovereignty: Asia-Pacific examples
• the Asian financial crisis and the International Monetary Fund

CONTENIDO

Articles
To sign or not to sign: explaining the formation of China’s bilateral investment treaties
Donglin Han, Zhaoyuan Chen, Ye Tian

The power transition and the US response to China’s expanded soft power
Wei-hao Huang, Donald Lien, Jun Xiang

Limits of engagement? The sunshine policy, nuclear tests, and South Korean views of North Korea 1995–2013
Joonbum Bae

China’s rising assertiveness and the decline in the East Asian regionalism narrative
Andrew Yeo

Research note
Japan’s evolving threat perception: data from diet deliberations 1946–2017
Eitan Oren

Book Reviews
The Burden of the Past: Problems of Historical Perception in Japan-Korea Relations
Kei Koga

Active Defense: China’s Military Strategy Since 1949
Zhang Yun

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