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Information, Technology, and Society in Asia 121

International Relations in East Asia
This course does not focus on a particular nation’s foreign policy. Rather, we examine the impacts of both the rise of Asia, regionalism and American commitment on the order in East Asia. Behaviors of not only great powers but small and middle powers are to be analyzed.
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4971210
GII-IA6121L3
Information, Technology, and Society in Asia 121
佐橋 亮
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東文研及総合博物館 東文研3F第1会議室
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英語
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2
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授業計画
Session 1 Introduction: Power Transition and Order Transformation in East Asia Session 2 Trump, the US and Korean Peninsula Session 3 Trump, China and East Asia Session 4 Rise of China, Obama’s Pivot and East Asia Session 5 Global War on Terror and East Asia Session 6 The End of the Cold War and Search for the Order Session 7 Review Session Session 8 China and Taiwan Session 9 Korean Peninsula Session 10 South China Sea Session 11 Australia, India, Europe and Russia Session 12 Regionalism Session 13 Wrapping up
授業の方法
Lecture, Student Presentations and discussions, and take-home exam
成績評価方法
Attendance and Participation (30%) Exercises (40%) Four exercises scheduled Final Essay (30%)
教科書
1. Asia Pacific Regional Security Assessment 2017, 2018 & 2019, London: IISS. (APRSA) 2. Joseph Chinyong Liow, Ambivalent Engagement: The United States and Regional Security in Southeast Asia After the Cold War, Washington D.C.: Brookings Institution Press, 2017. (AE) 3. Aaron Friedberg, 2012, Contest for Supremacy, W.W. Norton. (CS) 4. Evelyn Goh, 2013, The Struggle for Order, Oxford University Press. (SO) 5. Alice Lyman Miller and Richard Wich, 2011, Becoming Asia, Stanford University Press. (BA) 6. David Shambaugh and Micheal Yahuda, 2014, International Relations of Asia, second edition, Rowman and Littlefield. (IRA)
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履修上の注意
The instructor could adjust the course format as appropriate based on the final number of registered participants.