Asian Regionalism as a Product of Power Dynamics: An Interview with Michael Green
Georgetown University. School of Foreign Service
GJAA covers topics pertinent to Central, Northeast, Southeast, and South Asia, combining policy prescriptions, academic research, and pedagogical insights on Asia.In the last several decades, Asia-Pacific nations have turned to multilateralism and the formation of regional organizations to facilitate cooperation and to debate the region’s economic and political future. The Journal sat down with Michael Green of Georgetown University and the Center for Strategic and International Studies to discuss major trends in institution-building in Asia. Dr. Green shared his insights on the underlying power dynamics that motivate nations’ participation in these organizations as well as the ways in which the United States can continue to shape the regional architecture.
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Georgetown University. School of Foreign Service. Asian Studies Program.
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