Beyond Bilateralism
U.S.-Japan Relations in the New Asia-Pacific
Edited by Ellis S. Krauss and T. J. Pempel


Table of Contents for Beyond Bilateralism

Table of Contents for Beyond Bilateralism


1.      Challenges to Bilateralism:  Changing Foes, Capitali Flows, and Complex Forums, by T.J. Pempel


Part I.  Strategy and Security


2.      America in East Asia: Power, Markets, and Grand Strategy, by G. John Ikenberry


3.      U.S.-Japan Security Relations—Toward Bilateralism Plus? by Christopher W. Hughes and Akiko Fukushima


4.      Terms of Engagement: The U.S.-Japan Alliance and the Rise of China, by Mike M. Mochizuki


5.      American and Japanese Strategies in Asia: Dealing with ASEAN, by Andrew MacIntyre


Part II.  Economic Flows


6.      Capital Flows and Financial Markets in Asia: National, Regional, or Global? by Natasha Hamilton-Hart


7.      When Strong Ties Fail: U.S.-Japanese Manufacturing Rivalry in Asia, by Walter Hatch


8.      Japan’s Counterweight Strategy: U.S.-Japan Cooperation and Competition in International Finance, by Saori N. Katada


9.      Japan and the Evolution of Regional Financial Arrangements in East Asia, by Jennifer A. Amyx


Part III.  Multilateral Organizations


10.  At Play in the Legal Realm: The WTO and the Changing Nature of U.S.-Japan Antidumping Disputes, by Saadia M. Pekkanen


11.  Japan, the United States, and Multilateral Institution-Building in the Asia-Pacific: APEC and the ARF, by Kuniko P. Ashizawa


12.  The United States and Japan in APEC’s EVSL Negotiations: Regional Multilateralism and Trade, by Ellis S. Krauss


13.  Conclusion: Beyond Bilateralism—Toward Divided Dependence, by Ellis S. Krauss and T.J. Pempel