Indonesia's Ascent: Power, Leadership, and the Regional Order (Critical Studies of the Asia-Pacific)

Indonesia's Ascent: Power, Leadership, and the Regional Order (Critical Studies of the Asia-Pacific)

By: Leonard C. Sebastian (editor), Christopher Roberts (editor), Ahmad Habir (editor)Hardback

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This volume explores the domestic and transnational considerations associated with Indonesia's ascent, referring to its rise in terms of hard and soft power and its likely trajectory in the future. The range of contributors analyse economic resources, religious harmony, security, regional relations, leadership and foreign policy.

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I Made Andi Arsana, University of Wollongong, Australia. Mark Beeson, University of Western Australia, Australia. Iis Gindarsah, Centre for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS), Jakarta. Yulius Purwadi Hermawan, Parahyangan Catholic University, Bandung, Indonesia. Will Lee, University of Western Australia and Australian National University, Australia. Bob Lowry, Australian Defence Force Academy campus of UNSW, Australia. Satish Mishra, Strategic Asia. Avery Poole, University of Melbourne, Australia. Adhi Priamarizki, S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore. Yongwook Ryu, Australian National University, Australia. Stephen Sherlock, Political Analyst and Development Consultant. Ristian Atriandi Supriyanto, S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore. See Seng Tan, S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore. Sue Thompson, Australian National University, Australia. Erlina Widyaningsih, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Indonesia. Mark S. Williams, Vancouver Island University, Canada.

Contents

1. Ascending Indonesia: Signficance And Conceptual Foundations; Christopher B. Roberts And Leonard C. Sebastian 2. Leadership And Dependency: Indonesia's Regional And Global Role, 1945-75; Sue Thompson 3. The Economy In Indonesia's Ascent: Making Sense Of It All; Satish Mishra 4. Yudhoyono's Third Way: Muslim Democracy, National Stability, And Economic Development In Indonesia; Mark S. Williams 5. Key Security Fault Lines-Unresolved Issues And New Challenges; Bob Lowry 6. Democratic Achievement And Policy Paralysis: Implications For Indonesia's Continued Ascent; Stephen Sherlock 7. Politics, Security And Defense In Indonesia: The Pursuit Of Strategic Autonomy; Iis Gindarsah And Adhi Priamarizki 8. The Foreign Policy Nexus: National Interests, Political Values And Identity; Avery Poole 9. Indonesia And International Institutions: Treading New Territory; Yulius P. Hermawan And Ahmad D. Habir 10. Indonesia-Australia Relations: Progress, Challenges And Potential; Christopher B. Roberts And Ahmad D. Habir 11. The Middle Power Moment: A New Basis For Cooperation Between Indonesia And Australia?; Mark Beeson And Will Lee 12. Key Intra-Asean Bilateral Relationships: Opportunities And Challenges; Yongwook Ryu 13. Indonesian Leadership In Asean: Mediation, Agency And Extra-Regional Diplomacy; Christopher B. Roberts And Erlina Widyaningsih 14. Indonesia Among The Powers: Will Asean Still Matter To Indonesia?; See Seng Tan 15. Beyond The Archipelagic Outlook: The Law Of The Sea, Maritime Security And The Great Powers; Leonard C Sebastian, Ristian Atriandi Supriyanto, And I Made Andi Arsana 16. 'Consensual' Regional Hegemony, Pluralist-Solidarist Visions, And Emerging Power Aspirations; Leonard C. Sebastian And Christopher B. Roberts

Product Details

  • publication date: 30/03/2015
  • ISBN13: 9781137397409
  • Format: Hardback
  • Number Of Pages: 396
  • ID: 9781137397409
  • weight: 630
  • ISBN10: 1137397403

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