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The Fading and Reactivation of Asian Regional Cooperation Discourse

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Abstract:

The traditional discourse of Asian regional cooperation is fading as the existing regional architecture encounters impacts and challenges from the geopolitical reconstruction brought by the Indo-Pacific concept and the intensified majorpower competition. On the other hand, new demands for regional cooperation are emerging amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Under the dual tensions, Asian regional cooperation presents a new trend of complex diversification and co-opetition, bringing opportunities for its reactivation.

Author name: Wu Lin
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Journal title: China International Studies
Year.(Issue):Pages 2021.(5):127-151
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