The path to harmonious regionalism: Negotiation, institutionalisation and consent-based hegemony

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Three theoretical forms of hegemony are considered in order to ascertain the most compatible form for: the management of People’s Republic of China’s state power, the contemporary global political economy, and to obtain a harmonious regionalism for the Asia-Pacific century. It is found that negotiation, institutionalisation, public goods, consent and support from the United States of America are all critical factors in achieving China’s vision of harmonious world in its own region.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publication2013 Islands of contention: History, culture, power, East Asia Security Symposium and Conference
EditorsB McCormick, J Ping
PublisherBond University
Pages1-11
Number of pages11
Publication statusPublished - 2013
EventEast Asia Security Symposium and Conference: Limits of a pacific century - China Foreign Affairs University, Beijing, China
Duration: 30 Jun 201230 Jun 2012

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ConferenceEast Asia Security Symposium and Conference
CountryChina
CityBeijing
Period30/06/1230/06/12

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Ping, J. (2013). The path to harmonious regionalism: Negotiation, institutionalisation and consent-based hegemony. In B. McCormick, & J. Ping (Eds.), 2013 Islands of contention: History, culture, power, East Asia Security Symposium and Conference (pp. 1-11). Bond University.
Ping, Jonathan. / The path to harmonious regionalism: Negotiation, institutionalisation and consent-based hegemony. 2013 Islands of contention: History, culture, power, East Asia Security Symposium and Conference. editor / B McCormick ; J Ping. Bond University, 2013. pp. 1-11
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Ping, J 2013, The path to harmonious regionalism: Negotiation, institutionalisation and consent-based hegemony. in B McCormick & J Ping (eds), 2013 Islands of contention: History, culture, power, East Asia Security Symposium and Conference. Bond University, pp. 1-11, East Asia Security Symposium and Conference, Beijing, China, 30/06/12.

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2013 Islands of contention: History, culture, power, East Asia Security Symposium and Conference. ed. / B McCormick; J Ping. Bond University, 2013. p. 1-11.

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