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The Asia-Pacific cooperation agenda : moving from regional cooperation toward global leadership
|Title:||The Asia-Pacific cooperation agenda : moving from regional cooperation toward global leadership|
|Authors:||Morrison, Charles E.|
|LC Subject Headings:||Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation (Organization)|
Globalization - Asia
Economic development - Asia
Development leadership - Asia
|Issue Date:||Oct 2014|
|Publisher:||Honolulu, HI: East-West Center|
|Series/Report no.:||AsiaPacific issues ; no. 116|
|Abstract:||In the past quarter-century Asia has seen vast changes, including increased economic growth, integration, and liberalization. The Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) process, now marking its 25th anniversary, facilitated these changes through its institution of the first regular meetings of ministers and then leaders. But what role should APEC play in the future? With a continuing diffusion of power, what was once hailed as an imminent "Asian century" is much more likely to be a global one. This international system, however, will have a trans-Pacific core with much of the economic power and potential to provide global leadership for the further development of international norms, rules, and cooperation. Thus, we may be able to refer to an "Asia-Pacific century." Two questions arise: Is North America, with a relatively small share of global population and a declining share of global world product, still relevant? Will the nations on the two sides of the Pacific really be able to use their power effectively to assume global leadership? The answer to the first of these is "yes," and to the second, "it depends."|
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|Appears in Collections:||AsiaPacific Issues|
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