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The past two decades have witnessed far-reaching socio-economic and political changes in Asia, such as the growing intra-regional flows of capital, people, and knowledge, the rise of China as the world's second largest economy and its increasing influence in Southeast Asia, intensified US-China confrontations in the global arena, and the onslaught of the global Covid-19 pandemic. Focusing on multi-dimensional interactions (including geo-political and economic relationships, diaspora engagement, and knowledge exchange) between China and Southeast Asia, this book argues that an interwoven perspective of the political economy, transnational governance, and regional networks serves as an effective analytical framework to deciphering these transformations as well as their global and theoretical implications.
Drawing upon a wide range of primary data and engaging with latest interdisciplinary scholarship on contemporary Asia, this book's thought-provoking and nuanced analyses will appeal to scholars and students in Chinese and Southeast Asian studies, international political economy, international relationship, and public governance.