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Regionalism in China-Vietnam relations: institution-building in the greater Mekong subregion

Hensengerth, Oliver (2010) Regionalism in China-Vietnam relations: institution-building in the greater Mekong subregion, Abingdon, GB, Routledge, 192pp.

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Abstract

This book analyses collaboration in the Greater Mekong Subregion. It explores inter-state cooperation and the role of subnational units (provincial and local governments) and transnational actors (NGOs, firms) in building and maintaining the subregion. It also considers the relationships between actors on the three levels, their influences within the structures of decision-making in the GMS, their policy pronouncements and roles in the GMS.

After exploring the historical background of cooperation in the GMS, the author discusses how far cooperation in the GMS has developed from the mere promotion of the national interest of individual states towards an institution as an independent actor able to influence relationships between its member states instead of only being influenced by them. Hensengerth scrutinises the nature of GMS cooperation and the character and capabilities of the institution of the GMS, exemplified by the bilateral relations between China and Vietnam. Here, the study will combine the analysis of subregionalism and institution-building in the GMS with an analysis of China-Vietnam relations by combining theoretical approaches to regional integration in the form of the regime approach with foreign policy analysis

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Published date: 13 August 2010

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Local EPrints ID: 173367
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/173367
ISBN: 9780415551434
PURE UUID: 7da5c9c0-f82c-4008-bb2e-59d0d6d5346d

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Date deposited: 16 Feb 2011 16:03
Last modified: 18 Jul 2017 12:13

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