A Decade After the Asian Financial Crisis

Regionalism and International Architecture in a Globalized World

Article appearing in Asian Survey, Volume 47, Issue 6

The China-driven rise of Asia to the center of the global political economy since the Asian financial crisis under systems of political economy manifestly different from those of the Washington Consensus poses a challenge that has been met by neither helter-skelter Asian regionalism nor by American strategic inattentiveness of the past decade.