ASEAN-China Relations: Realities and Prospects

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Swee-Hock Saw, Lijun Sheng, Kin Wah Chin
Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, 2005 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 375 pages
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An overview of ASEAN-China relations / Saw Swee-Hock, Sheng Lijun and Chin Kin Wah -- Securing a win-win partnership for ASEAN and China / Ong Keng Yong -- China's peaceful development and relations with its East Asian neighbours / Cai Bingkui -- Strengthening cooperation in the ASEAN Regional Forum / Mohamed Jawhat Hassan -- Strengthening ASEAN-China cooperation in the ASEAN Regional Forum / Liu Xuecheng -- ASEAN+3: the roles of ASEAN and China / Eric Teo Chu Cheow -- Ways towards East Asian FTA: the significant roles of ASEAN and China / Zhang Xiaoji -- Japan and the United States in ASEAN-China relations / Herman Joseph S. Kraft -- U.S.-ASEAN, Japan-ASEAN relations and their impacts on China / Cao Yunhua -- India's approacj to ASEAN and its regional implications / Hu Shisheng -- The dragon, the bull and the ricestalks: the roles of China and India in Southeast Asia / Chulacheeh Chinwanno -- Evolving security environment in Southeast Asia: an ASEAN assessment / Jusuf Wanandi -- Evolving security environment in Southeast Asia: a Chinese assessment / Han Feng -- China-ASEAN maritime security cooperation / Wang Zhongchun and Li Yaqiang -- ASEAN-China maritime security cooperation / Michael Richardson -- ASEAN-China FTA: opportunities, modalities and prospects

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Contents

An Overview of ASEANChina Relations
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Securing a WinWin Partnership for ASEAN and China
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Chinas Peaceful Development and Relations with its
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•Saw Swee-Hock, formerly professor of statistics at the National University of Singapore and the University of Hong Kong, is professorial fellow at the Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, Singapore.


•Sheng Lijun is a senior fellow and coordinator of the ASEAN-China Study Programme at the Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, Singapore.


•Chin Kin Wah is deputy director of the Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, Singapore and senior fellow.

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