By Tang Lei, Yao Sheng, Tsetsegjargal Tseden
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Multilateral efforts are often built on top of existing bilateral relationships. This makes sense functionally as actors rely on preexisting patterns of cooperation and consultation to address collective action problems involving numerous players. But multiple, competing interests also reinforce a “layering” process since actors often times lack the will or power to replace or undermine existing institutions. What does this mean for East Asian multilateralism? It means South Korea and Japan will continue to rely on their alliance with the United States.
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Asia Towards Deeper Mutual Understanding: Proceedings of New Asian Forum, ISEF Program 2010-2011 by Tang Lei, Yao Sheng, Tsetsegjargal Tseden