chapter  8
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Openness and Inclusiveness: Unfolding Regionalism in Northeast Asia

In recent years, there has been, among Chinese policy practitioners as well as academic elites, an increasing interest in the understanding and appreciation of the prospects of (re)structuring a new regional order in Asia (Wang 2006; Sun and Chen 2006; Su 2006; Ren 2007). The efforts have been made within a broader context in which the post-Cold War era has witnessed a (re)emergence, revitalization, and expansion of practice and theorizing of (new) regionalism around the world.