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Beverley Loke - China, the US and the Politics of Hegemonic Ordering in East Asia.

A Department of Politics seminar
Date9 October 2019
Time12:30 to 13:30
PlaceAmory A239C

How can we best conceptualize China and the US’s great power role within contemporary regional dynamics and developments in East Asia?

Working within a social conception of hegemony, this paper examines the politics, contestation and renegotiation of the post-Cold War US hegemonic order in East Asia. It identifies the three logics of hierarchy present in the existing literature, outlines their inadequacies and suggests a framework of USChina collaborative hegemony based on temporality, compartmentalization and acquiescence.


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