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Three futures: Global geopolynomic transition and the implications for regional security in Northeast Asia
- Three futures: Global geopolynomic transition and the implications for regional security in Northeast Asia
- Howe B.
- Ewha Authors
- Brendan M. Howe
- SCOPUS Author ID
- Brendan M. Howe
- Issue Date
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- Modern Asian Studies
- vol. 39, no. 4, pp. 761 - 792
- SSCI; SCOPUS
- Future predictions in security studies tend to fall into two broad intellectual traditions, liberal modernist hypotheses, and structural-realist or geopolitical hypotheses. These two major schools of thought essentially agree on the rationality of participants, but disagree about the nature of the environment facing policymakers and thereby framing their decisions. This project considers theoretical, rational, and statistical models associated with these approaches, analyzes the available data for future projection with regard to the Northeast Asian sub-region, and introduces a third rational future based on the social construction of a regional geopolynomic community, with America as a political entrepreneur, her regional allies as a winning coalition, and China and Russia as partners for peace. The focus of this work is on the Northeast Asian subset of the international system, containing the countries of China, Japan, Mongolia, Russia, North and South Korea, and considering the undeniable role played by the United States in the region, although at times statistical and theoretical evidence forces representation of a larger constituency. © 2005 Cambridge University Press.
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