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Chinese, Japanese, and Korean inroads into Central Asia comparative analysis of the economic cooperation roadmaps for Uzbekistan

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Title:Chinese, Japanese, and Korean inroads into Central Asia comparative analysis of the economic cooperation roadmaps for Uzbekistan
Authors:Dadabaev, Timur
LC Subject Headings:East Asia - Foreign relations - Asia, Central
China - Foreign relations - Uzbekistan
Japan - Foreign relations - Uzbekistan
Korea - Foreign relations - Uzbekistan
Uzbekistan - Foreign relations - China
show 2 moreUzbekistan - Foreign relations - Japan
Uzbekistan - Foreign relations - Korea
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Date Issued:2019
Publisher:Honolulu, HI : East-West Center
Series:East-West Center (Washington, D.C.). Policy studies;no. 78
Abstract:China, Japan, and South Korea have regarded Central Asia as a new Asian frontier in their foreign policies since the collapse of the Soviet Union. With time, their policies evolved into regionbuilding initiatives exemplified by the Shanghai Cooperation Organization, Belt and Road Initiative, Central Asia plus Japan Dialogue Forum, and Korea-Central Asia Cooperation Forum. This paper raises the following research questions: What are the areas of interest for China, Japan, and Korea in their relations with Central Asian states and Uzbekistan in particular? What are the patterns of agenda setting in establishing intergovernmental cooperation? What are the particular projects that these states initiate? What are the objectives of projects initiated within these areas of interest? How competitive or complementary are these projects of China, Japan, and Korea? Throughout, Chinese, Japanese, and Korean "Silk Road" roadmaps with Uzbekistan are discussed to highlight their similarities and differences.
Description:For more about the East-West Center, see http://www.eastwestcenter.org/
Pages/Duration:63 p.
URI:http://hdl.handle.net/10125/61913
ISSN:1547-1349 (print)
1547-1330 (electronic)
ISBN:9780866382854 (print)
9780866382847 (electronic)
Appears in Collections: East-West Center (Washington, D.C.). Policy Studies


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