Democracy, interdependence, international organizations and Asian security debates
Drawing on recent liberal peace and Asian security research, this article assesses the relevance of prominent “Kantian” hypotheses for understanding the international politics of Asia. While many regional analysts’ expectations about the general efficacy of international organizations for reducing conflict in Asia are confirmed, specific assertions about ASEAN and other well-known organizations do not find strong support. Although the role of regime type is often ignored in discussions of...[Show more]
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