The East Asian region continues to experience rapid
transformation, revealing both dynamic changes as well as
unresolved issues. This innovative book is a valuable
resource in understanding the extent to which countries in
East Asia are confronting old and new challenges. Similarly,
at the regional level, the book tackles the trials in
consolidating East Asia as a region. Within this context,
Insights to East Asia provides an introduction to a wide
ranging array of issues, actors, and institutions interacting
inside and outside the region.
The book reects the diverse ways in which state and
non - state actors are responding to numerous concerns.
The complexity of issues is unravelled through an informed
analysis of contemporary concerns that include the
development of East Asian regionalism, impact of China’s
foreign aid on Timor Leste, the competition from Chinese
manufacturers to their South Korean counterparts,
protracted North Korean denuclearisation, the inuence of
pressure groups in Japanese politics as well as the dilemma
of an emerging plural society in Japan.
By reecting on these key issues, students, scholars
and policy practitioners will nd that the book engages
readers to think critically of the ever-changing East Asian
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