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Type: Journal article
Title: Internationalisation of the Chinese subnational state and capital: the case of Yunnan and the Greater Mekong Subregion
Author: Tubilewicz, C.
Jayasuriya, K.
Citation: Australian Journal of International Affairs, 2015; 69(2):185-204
Publisher: Taylor and Francis
Issue Date: 2015
ISSN: 1035-7718
1465-332X
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Czeslaw Tubilewicz and Kanishka Jayasuriya
Abstract: This article examines the participation of China’s Yunnan Province in the Greater Mekong Subregion (GMS) in order to understand the dynamics behind the regionalisation and internationalisation strategies adopted by a Chinese subnational state. It argues that the Yunnan case demonstrates the outflow of state capital—both national and provincially based—to have been instrumental in harnessing Beijing’s and Kunming’s political support for programs of subregional economic cooperation. This political support has led to a state capital alliance underpinning the economic expansion of provincial state capital into the GMS. It also argues that subregional governance arrangements, such as those featuring in the GMS, embed the competitive advantage of state capital through new forms of extra-territorial governance that ostensibly de-emphasises the political dimensions of state capital. The internationalisation of Yunnan subnational state is reflected in its political strategy of subregional governance. These changes point to complex rescaling of not just national state but also subnational states in Asia that find expression in variegated regional and subregional political projects.
Keywords: China; geoeconomics; Greater Mekong Subregion; regionalism; South-East Asia; Yunnan
Rights: © 2014 Australian Institute of International Affairs
RMID: 0030023120
DOI: 10.1080/10357718.2014.978739
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