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The Pacific in the 'Asian Century'

le 21 janvier 2021

Outre-Terre 2020/1-2 (N° 58-59)
Ghazipur
ISSN : 1636-3671
ISSN en ligne : 1951-624X
Rédacteur en chef du numéro : Adrien Rodd

Présentation

The Pacific in the 'Asian Century' is the very first English edition of the renowned journal Outre-Terre! It is the fruit of some six months of collaboration between Adrien Rodd, Guest Editor of Issue 58-59 and Editor-in-chief (International-English) of Outre-Terre, and Ghazipur Ltd.

"When discussing the geostrategic interests, tensions or opportunities of the Asia-Pacific or Indo-Pacific region, Asia generally receives more attention than the small island Pacific states and territories, or even Australia. The term "Asian century", coined in the 1980s, expresses this well: Asia's industrialised economies, partly supported by a growing domestic market with a large and growing middle class, will together account for more than half of global GDP by 2050. And precisely, Asia at the beginning of the 21st century is also an issue from the point of view of the various Oceanian governments. This issue focuses on the different modalities of the relationship between the Oceanian world and East Asia, as well as the reactions that these relationships generate among the Western powers," writes Guest Editor Adrien Rodd.

 

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The Pacific in the 'Asian century’
Adrien Rodd

Oceania’s States and Territories-Summary Sheets
Adrien Rodd

Oceania’s Level of Economic and Human Development by State or Territory
Adrien Rodd

1-The challenges of the 'Asian Century' and relations with Asia: Oceanian perspectives

From the Tyranny of Distance to the Power of Proximity–Australia and the Asian Century
Tim Harcourt

New Zealand and the Regional Security Architecture of the Asia-Pacific
Mark G. Rolls

Opportunity Squandered? Institution building in Asia Pacific
Xinyuan Dai, Joshua Holmes

Asian Impact on the Pacific Island States as the External Motivation for Regionalism
Joanna Siekiera

On the Asia-Oceania Interface: The West Papua Issue in a Regional Context
Ronald J. May

2-Perspectives on China's motivations and actions in Oceania

A New Silk road in the Pacific?
Sébastien Goulard

The Evolution of China's Military Strategy
Tewfik Hamel

China's Climate Policy and Small Island States
Jean-Paul Maréchal

Chinese Debt in the Pacific: Information from the Lowy Institute Pacific Aid Map
Alexandre Dayant

Reverse Image Engeering: Unfinished and Failed Chinese infrastructure Projects in Fiji
Henryk Szadziewski

3-Facing China: Diplomatic Competition in Oceania

Oceania in the Face of Great Power Rivalries
Adrien Rodd

Defence Diplomacy: Battling for the Heart of the Pacific
Kendra L. Roddis, Alexander C. Tan

Micronesia in Service to an American ‘Indo-Pacific’ Policy
Christian Lechervy
    
The United States on the Move? Military ‘Enhanced Engagement’ at the Risk of Multipolarity in the Indo-Pacific Zone
Annick Cizel

The Indo-Pacific and France’s Pacific Sovereignty
Denise Fisher

4 -Outre-Terre +

Reshoring in Vietnam
Laurent Gédéon





 
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