Patrick Köllner

Australia and New Zealand’s South Pacific Diplomacy: Seeking to Balance China’s Regional Engagement

Global Political Transitions | 2021


  • Published in

    From Asia-Pacific to Indo-Pacific

    Editor(s)

    Robert G. Patman

    Patrick Köllner

    Balazs Kiglics

    Series

    Global Political Transitions

    Series ISSN

    2522-8749

    Publisher

    Palgrave Macmillan

    Pages

    163-185

    ISBN

    978-981-16-7006-0

    978-981-16-7007-7

    Location

    Cham

    Prof. Dr. Patrick Köllner

    Director of the GIGA Institute for Asian Studies / Vice President

    T. +49 (0)40 - 42 88 74-17patrick.koellner@giga-hamburg.de

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    Prof. Dr. Patrick Köllner

    Director of the GIGA Institute for Asian Studies / Vice President

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    From Asia-Pacific to Indo-Pacific: Diplomacy in a Contested Region

    This volume, co-edited by Patrick Köllner, was published in late 2021 by Palgrave Macmillan. The book brings together a unique team of academics and practitioners to analyse interests, institutions, and issues affecting and affected by the transition from Asia-Pacific to Indo-Pacific.

    Robert Patman

    Dr. Balazs Kiglics

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