The latest book in the East-West Center's Studies in Asian Security series, "The Making of Northeast Asia", brings into focus how different understandings of historical events have impacted regionalism in this part of the world, home to approximately 1.5 billion people and some of the largest global economic and military powers. Co-authors Dr. Kent Calder and Dr. Min Ye discuss the transformation of different government policies within the region, including that of the United States, what this means for future institutional development, and the prospects for collaboration amongst regional players.

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