Democratization, National Identity and Foreign Policy in Asia

Toward a conceptual framework on democracy, identity, and foreign policy in East AsiaDemocratization, national identity, and foreign policy in Southeast AsiaDemocracy, democratization, and national identityThe origins of national identities in Southeast AsiaDemocratization and democracy in Southeast AsiaBelligerent democratizers?NotesThe mediating role of national identity in democratization and lessons from post–Cold War foreign policy in Northeast AsiaDemocratization and dimensions of national identityDemocratization and Northeast AsiaNotesThe Chinese model of law, China’s agenda in international law, and implications for democracy in Asia and beyondChina, democracy, and AsiaChina's model of law and undemocratic politicsChina's agendas in international law and their implications for democracyProspects for a Chinese model of domestic law and China's impact on international lawNotesDemocratization in Asia: Lessons from the AmericasDemocracy in Latin AmericaFactors impacting democratization in Latin AmericaWill Southeast Asia have a Monroe Doctrine?Threats to democracyDemocracy diversity in Latin America and in Southeast AsiaNotesThe evolution of democratic governance in East Asia andnational identityNational identity and democracy: Lessons from the case of JapanThe ideological dimension: making the emperor safe for democracy (and vice versa)The horizontal dimension: the evolution and the limits of a democratic identityHistorical dimension: waning memory of WWIINotesDemocracy is more than a political system: Lessons fromSouth Korea’s democratic transformationAuthoritarian state-building and its effectsUndoing authoritarianismDemocracy is more than a political systemNotesLinking internal and external enemies: Impact of national identity on Chinesedemocratization and foreign relationsLate Qing anti-Manchuism: racial or political revolution?Early republic: from republicanism to anti-imperialist nationalismThe anti-Meidi campaign and establishment of the Democratic Dictatorship of the People under MaoPost-Mao era: resurgence of anti-Westernism and resistance to democratic transitionNotesAnalyzing the relationship between identity and democratization in Taiwan and Hong Kong in the shadow of ChinaHong Kong identityTaiwanese national identityDimensions of identity and linkage to democracyOrigins of a separate identityChina as the otherHow Hong Kong and Taiwan respond to Beijing's pressureImplications for the future of democracy and identityNotesFour test cases in the struggle for democratizationin East AsiaDemocratization, national identity, and Indonesia’sforeign policyIndonesia's process of democratizationIndonesia's evolving national identityIndonesia's foreign policyThe role of external powersFuture challenges for Indonesia's democracyNotesTruce and tales in New Malaysia: Happy first anniversaryMyanmar’s democratic backsliding in the struggle fornational identity and independenceAssessing Myanmar's stalled democratizationUnfinished nation-building and democratic consolidationDilemmas of national autonomyConclusion: envisioning a democratic MyanmarNotesDemocratization, national identity, and foreign policy inMongolia in 2019Democratization benefiting from geopolitical blessingCompetitive partiesThe challenge—the rule of lawNotes
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