logging in or signing up us alliances and multilateral security prapat1909 Download Post to : URL : Related Presentations : Share Add to Flag Embed Email Send to Blogs and Networks Add to Channel Uploaded from authorPOINT lite Insert YouTube videos in PowerPont slides with aS Desktop Copy embed code: Embed: Flash iPad Dynamic Copy Does not support media & animations Automatically changes to Flash or non-Flash embed WordPress Embed Customize Embed URL: Copy Thumbnail: Copy The presentation is successfully added In Your Favorites. Views: 498 Category: Education License: All Rights Reserved Like it (0) Dislike it (0) Added: June 03, 2011 This Presentation is Public Favorites: 0 Presentation Description สัมมนา ณ กรุงมะนิลา ประเทศฟิลิปปินส์ วันที่ 25-27 พฤษภาคม 2554 Comments Posting comment... By: wayupakk (29 month(s) ago) good presentation Saving..... Post Reply Close Saving..... Edit Comment Close Premium member Presentation Transcript US Alliances and Multilateral Security: US Alliances and Multilateral Security Dr.Prapat Thepchatree May 27,2011US alliance system: US alliance system hub and spokesPresent: Present unipolar systemSlide 6: multipolarism/ balance of power/power transition the rise of ChinaSlide 10: the rise of ASEANSlide 11: ASEAN ASEAN+1 ASEAN+3 East Asia Summit: EAS ASEAN Regional Forum ADMM+8Alternative models for East Asia Security Architecture : Alternative models for East Asia Security Architecturemodel 1 : unipolar system : model 1 : unipolar system U.S. as the core of regional architectureSlide 14: US (hub) sub – regional forums ASEAN-U.S., EAS,ADMM+8, ARF APEC spokes new institutionmodel 2 : multipolar system : model 2 : multipolar system actors : U.S., China, Russia, Japan, Indiamodel 3 : Mearsheimer : model 3 : Mearsheimer Sino-U.S. serious conflict India , Japan , Singapore , South Korea , Russia, and Vietnam will join the U.S. in containing the Chinese influence China will try to be the regional hegemonSlide 17: “Monroe Doctrine” push American military force out of Asia U.S. will respond to the Chinese attempt to dominate Asia maintain the regional hegemonic roleSlide 18: U.S. will contain China India , Japan , Russia, Singapore , South Korea and Vietnam will join the U.S. as coalition and alliance to contain Chinamodel 4 : condominium of power : model 4 : condominium of power actors : US and Chinamodel 5 : concert of Asia : model 5 : concert of Asia G8 of Asia actors : Australia, China, India, Indonesia, Japan, South Korea, Russia, USmodel 6 : hierarchy of powers: model 6 : hierarchy of powers tribute systemmodel 7 : clash of civilizations: model 7 : clash of civilizationsmodel 8 : Asian Bloc: model 8 : Asian Blocmodel 9 : : model 9 : APEC Asia – Pacific Community (APC)model 10 : ASEAN: model 10 : ASEANSlide 27: ASEAN ASEAN+1 ASEAN+3 East Asia Summit: EAS ASEAN Regional Forum ADMM+8Slide 28: uni - multipolar -multilateral system hybrid system dual core : U.S. and ASEANRecommendations: Recommendations bilateralism trilateralism sub-regionalism multilateralism hub and spokes + ASEANASEAN Political-Security Community: ASEAN Political-Security Community political development shaping and sharing of norms conflict prevention conflict resolution peace-buildingAPSC: APSC trust building resolve political conflicts and border dispute strengthen defense and military cooperationSlide 32: mechanism to deal with transnational issues non- traditional security issues inter and intra state conflicts ASEAN peace-keeping forceSlide 33: ASEAN – U.S.Slide 34: regional balance of power disequilibrium U.S. : bilateral security China – ASEAN diplomatic front economic front pastSlide 35: healthy balance of power enhance U.S. engagement with ASEAN diplomatic front political front economic front presentSlide 36: Enterprise for ASEAN Initiative Joint Vision Statement on ASEAN-US Enhanced Partnership BushSlide 37: ASEAN – U.S. Summit ASEAN –US Eminent Persons Group TAC ambassador to ASEAN ADMM+ ObamaSlide 38: SEANWFZ practical engagement towards Burma U.S.-Lower Mekong InitiativeSlide 39: South China Sea Yellow Sea 2 nd ASEAN-U.S. Summit EAS ADMM+8 U.S. proactive diplomacySlide 40: humanitarian assistance and disaster relief maritime security military medicine counter-terrorism peacekeeping operation ADMM+8Slide 41: leaders-led forum for dialogue on broad strategic, political and economic issues ASEAN centrality traditional and non-traditional security issues EAS foreign ministers’ process East Asia SummitSlide 42: US proposals forum for political and security issues maritime security non-proliferation peace-keeping East Asia SummitSlide 43: 27 member countries Asia-Pacific security architecture CBM preventive diplomacy conflict management ARF You do not have the permission to view this presentation. In order to view it, please contact the author of the presentation.