Effective Multilateralism: Through the Looking Glass of East Asia (St Antony's) (Paperback)
Existing theories of cooperation assume a stable geo-political order, led by countries with a shared conception of the modalities of cooperation. These assumptions are no longer justified. Effective Multilateralism makes the case for a new approach to explaining international cooperation through the lens of East Asian.
Kuniko Ashizawa, Johns Hopkins University, USA Robert Ayson, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand Louise Fawcett, University of Oxford, UK Rosemary Foot, University of Oxford, UK Evelyn Goh, Australian National University Andrew Hurrell, University of Oxford, UK Bruce Jentleson, Duke University, UK Hartmut Mayer, St. Peter's College, University of Oxford, UK Katherine Morton, Australian National University Ryoko Nakano, National University of Singapore Su Changhe, Fudan University, Shanghai Shogo Suzuki, University of Manchester, UK Andrew Walter, University of Melbourne, Australia