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Southeast Asian Responses to China’s Belt and Road Initiative
Cheng-Chwee Kuik, guest editor
Dedicated to the memory of Dr. Aileen S. P. Baviera (1959–2020)
Introduction to the Special Issue
Asymmetry and Authority:
Theorizing Southeast Asian Responses to China’s Belt and Road Initiative
Southeast Asian Responses to the BRI (Part I)
The Philippines’ Shifting Engagement with China’s Belt and Road Initiative:
The Politics of Duterte’s Legitimation
Aileen S. P. Baviera and Aries A. Arugay
Explaining Myanmar’s Response to China’s Belt and Road Initiative:
From Disengagement to Embrace
Lee Jones and Khin Ma Ma Myo
Explaining Indonesia’s Constrained Engagement with the Belt and Road Initiative:
Balancing Developmentalism against Nationalism and Islamism
Ardhitya Eduard Yeremia
Thailand’s Engagement with China’s Belt and Road Initiative:
Strong Will, Slow Implementation
Cambodia’s Embrace of China’s Belt and Road Initiative:
Managing Asymmetries, Maximizing Authority
Brunei’s Response to China’s Belt and Road Initiative:
Embracing Asymmetry, Enhancing Authority
Malaysia’s Fluctuating Engagement with China’s Belt and Road Initiative:
Leveraging Asymmetry, Legitimizing Authority
Economic Development in Asia
Understanding Success and Failure in Establishing New Multilateral Development Banks:
The SCO Development Bank, the NDB, and the AIIB
Book Review Essay
Will China Lead Humanity into an “Asian” Future?
Walter C. Clemens, Jr.