Consequences for Europe are not limited to passively studying and tracing developments contributing to a new regional system in East and Southeast Asia. Following the increasing global role, new patterns of institution building developed in Asia will also influence the patterns of institution building worldwide. The formulation of those core issues demands an interdisciplinary and problem oriented approach. In the area of East Asian security we focus on the question of the relevance of European models of conflict resolution for issues such as "Korea" and "Taiwan", the considerable importance of "maritime security", and the prospects for greater auto-nomy of Southeast Asian countries in approaching security issues.

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Radtke, K.W. (Kurt W.), Starn, J. (Joop), Groenewegen, J.P.M, van der Mey, L.M. (Leo M.), & Akiyama, T. (Takuo). (2014). Dynamics in Pacific Asia: Conflict, Competition And Cooperation. Dynamics In Pacific Asia: Conflict, Competition And Cooperation, 1–298. doi:10.4324/9781315810591