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Developing the Mekong

Regionalism and Regional Security in ChinaSoutheast Asian Relations (Adelphi Papers)

by Evelyn Goh

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Published by Routledge .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • International relations,
  • Political Science,
  • Politics / Current Events,
  • Politics/International Relations,
  • South East Asia,
  • Political Science / Economic Policy,
  • Public Policy - Economic Policy,
  • China,
  • National security,
  • Regionalisme.,
  • Southeast Asia,
  • gtt

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages112
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL10206664M
    ISBN 100415438845
    ISBN 109780415438841
    OCLC/WorldCa138671580

    The book draws on detailed case studies from the Ganges River basin in South Asia, the Orange–Senqu River basin in Southern Africa and the Mekong River basin in Southeast Asia, providing key insights on equity and power asymmetry applicable to other basins in the developing world. Read this book on Questia. This informative and critical account of the experience in planning for development of the water resources of the Mekong basin is unique in at least two respects: it describes the Mekong experience; it also provides a concrete demonstration of how international thinking and action on water management evolved over the years following

      The Mekong: Turbulent Past, Uncertain Future. Milton Osborne (Grove Press, ) The Mekong, Turbulent Past, Uncertain Future, by Milton Osborne is a critical introduction to the history, geography, and a slate of current issues facing the Mekong River basin. Despite being written in , the book is a must read for those looking for a primer to the myriad issues challenging the region. Eyler: The first four chapters of this book take place in China and the purpose is to explore how Chinese dam developers, as well as policymakers, think about their own portion of the Mekong and.

    The river-as-resource, in a glibly bioregional metaphor, has been transformed from a Cold War `front line' into a `corridor of commerce', drawing six riparian states together in the pursuit of sustainable development through economic and infrastructural integration and cooperation, promoted by multi- and bilateral donors and lending by: The book presents research into the production of safe, high quality, and environmentally friendly agriculture products in the Greater Mekong Subregion (GMS). Read more about Policies for High Quality, Safe, and Sustainable Food Supply in the Greater Mekong Subregion.


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Developing the Mekong book Evelyn Goh. Edition 1st Edition. First Published eBook Published 11 January Author: Evelyn Goh. Developing the Mekong Pages 71 pages In Southeast Asia, China’s growing economic and political strength has been accompanied by adept diplomacy and active promotion of regional cooperation, institutions and by: Developing the resources of the Mekong has led to serious challenges in terms of governance, distribution and economic externalities.

Resource-allocation and exploitation conflicts occur most obviously within the realm of water projects, especially hydropower development programmes. The book fills an important niche in bringing well theorized analysis to a specifically contextualized region." ―Philip Hirsch, University of Sydney"Bounding the Mekong is a cogent and persuasive class-based analysis of the Asian Development Bank’s Greater Mekong Subregion Project.

The book presents an innovative and original perspective that should attract attention and generate debate Cited by: I have read this book about 3 times. The book is fiction. If you want the real story go to one of the biographies put out by the real guys from the Teams, That being said, it is still a good book.

The action is well delineated and you get a good idea as to what the SEAL teams did 4/4(7). In Southeast Asia, China‘s growing economic and political strength has been accompanied by adept diplomacy and active promotion of regional cooperation, institutions and integration.

Southeast Asian states and China engage in ‘strategic. Publisher Summary The Mekong rises on the Tibetan Plateau at an altitude of about m and flows km southeast to the South China Sea, through six developing countries: China, Myanmar, Laos, Thailand, Cambodia, and Vietnam.

The Mekong catchment has an unusual shape. Developing the Mekong those who live along the Mekong and value the ecology of Southeast Asia's largest river aren't yet sold on China-led development.

To China, the Mekong. The Mekong is not only a comprehensive description of the basin and of unfolding policies for its development.

It also provokes critical appraisal of evolving water-management theory and practices. Tracing the history of the Mekong River, this book shows how its conceptualizations have been transformed in modern times, and particularly during the Vietnam War when the Mekong River and Mekong Project became political the s, the decision was made to develop the river's resources to foster economic development for the four.

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Much of the book centers on the French failed attempts to develop the river into a major waterway into China, allowing them to tap into the riches of the "Middle Kingdom." The Mekong rises high the mountains of Southern China, east of Tibet/5.

The book then explores the emerging role of China in promoting the Lancang-Mekong cooperation between China and Myanmar, Cambodia, Laos, Thailand, and Vietnam in developing the Mekong River Basin, which could determine the future water and rice security of the region.

Developing the Mekong Citation Evelyn Goh, Developing the Mekong: Regionalism and Regional Security in China-Southeast Asian Relations.

It is said that the Mekong spirit has carried the discussion forward on river basin development without getting bogged down by political differences (Menon ; Jacobs ). Since the s, the four lower basin states – Laos, Thailand, Cambodia and Vietnam – have deliberated the ways in which the shared river may be used to Author: Naho Mirumachi.

Developing the Mekong: regionalism and regional security in China-Southeast Asian relations. [Evelyn Goh] -- In Southeast Asia, China's growing economic and political strength has been accompanied by adept diplomacy and active promotion of regional cooperation, institutions and integration.

Mekong! book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. The Down and Dirty DeltaIn the hellzones of Vietnam, his job is to search and des /5.Developing the resources of the Mekong has led to serious challenges in terms of governance, distribution and economic 'externalities'.

Resource-allocation and exploitation conflicts occur most obviously within the realm of water projects, especially hydropower development programmes.Mekong Climate Change Adaptation Strategy and Action Plan (MASAP).

Development of the MASAP was a joint effort of the Member Countries of the MRC (Cambodia, Lao PDR, Thailand and Viet Nam). The MRC was mandated in to launch the Climate Change and Adaptation Initiative (CCAI) and in to lead the development of the MASAP.