International Order and Competitive Regionalism in East Asia: The cases of South Korea and Japan

Updated: 7 months ago
Deadline: 02 Nov 2016

Fellowship posted by Italian Ministry of Education, University and Research (20/10/2016 05.03)
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The research will concentrate on international political changes in the Asian Pacific region. Key processes which will be analyzed include: the rise of China and the other East Asian countries, the erosion of American relative power in the region, the following need to renogiatiate regional order, the multidimensional competition between Beijing and Washington. In particular, while the United States aim at consolidating their leadership and role as provider of public goods through "transpacific" regionalism, China adopts a more Sino-Centric approach aiming at excluding trans pacifici powers. South Korea and Japan are crucial actors in this context and the way in which they will adapt their strategies will be decisive for political equilibria in the region.

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Research Fields

Political sciences - Governance


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Career Stage
Early stage researcher or 0-4 yrs (Post graduate)
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