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Type: Journal article
Title: On re-engaging Asia
Author: Elias, J.
Johnson, C.
Citation: Australian Journal of Political Science, 2010; 45(1):1-12
Publisher: Carfax Publishing
Issue Date: 2010
ISSN: 1036-1146
1742-9536
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Juanita Elias and Carol Johnson
Abstract: This collection of papers focuses on the domestic and international politics of Australia’s recent engagement with Asia. The theme of Asian engagement appears to be of particular pertinence to the current study of Australian politics given numerous pronouncements that we are entering an ‘Asian century’ during which key Asian economies will gain greater ascendancy and certain Asian states will come to play a more prominent role in global politics. We employ the idea of ‘re-engagement’ in order to show how engagement with Asia has been turned to again and again by Australian governments, albeit in different political and strategic contexts. This collection aims to consider the politics of re-engagement from a number of different theoretical positions, as well as from a number of different perspectives (be it international relations/ foreign policy, domestic politics, identity politics, or from the perspective of bilateral Asian partners). Emphasis is placed not simply on the foreign policy prerogatives behind re-engagement but also on the implications of the ‘Asian century’ for domestic politics.
Rights: Copyright 2010 Australian Political Studies Association
DOI: 10.1080/10361140903517676
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