Description - Coping with 9-11 by Han Sung-Joo
This volume looks at the implications of the September 11 terrorist attacks for Asia Pacific regional and global order. Six chapters collect Asian perspectives on how the world and the region should be managed because of, or in spite of, the events of September 11. A chapter on the Islam factor presents the views of Asian Muslims, assesses the role of "politicized Islam", and outlines the challenges the attacks pose for Islamic countries in Asia Pacific. The second chapter, covering the implications for international institutions, considers regional institution building. The third notes the significant change in relations among China, Russia, Japan and the United States. The three chapters on Indonesia, China and Japan examine options on the US-led war on terrorism, the domestic debates in each country, and the significant differences between public opinion and governmental policy.
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(203mm x 152mm x mm)
Japan Centre for International Exchange
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Author Biography - Han Sung-Joo
Han Sung-Joo is president of the Ilmin International Relations Institute, Korea University.