Welcome to Scribd, the world's digital library. Read, publish, and share books and documents. See more
Download
Standard view
Full view
of .
Look up keyword
Like this
4Activity
0 of .
Results for:
No results containing your search query
P. 1
Prof Banyu's Another Plagiarism

Prof Banyu's Another Plagiarism

Ratings: (0)|Views: 144 |Likes:
Published by nagabonar1

More info:

Published by: nagabonar1 on Feb 25, 2010
Copyright:Attribution Non-commercial

Availability:

Read on Scribd mobile: iPhone, iPad and Android.
download as PDF, TXT or read online from Scribd
See more
See less

08/20/2010

pdf

text

original

 
SIDE-BY-SIDECOMPARISON
  Another Case of Plagiarism
The Left-Side :
Plagiarist:
Prof. AA. Banyu Perwita
 “Rising China and the implications for SE Asia”
Published in
The Jakarta Post 
The Right-Side :
 Victim #1:
Prof. Rommel C. Banlaoi
“Southeast Asian perspectives on the rise of China:regional security after 9/11”
Published in
 Parameters Journal 
The Right-Side:
 Victim #2:
Dr. Aileen San Pablo-Baviera
“China as a Rising Power:Implications for the Asia-Pacific Region”
Published in
 PASCN Discussion Paper No. 99-06
1
 
PLEASE NOTICETHEHIGHLIGHTEDPHRASES
 
Prof. Anak Agung BanyuPerwita’s ArticleProf. Rommel C.Banlaoi’s Article
China started to focus on economic andmilitary modernization programs in thelate 1970s. This modernization haselevated China's profile at both theregional and global levels.The rise of China can be seen since thelaunch of the Fourth Modernizationprogram in 1978, and specifically in thelate 1980s and 1990s. The rise of Chinahas also become one of the major issuesin the new dynamics of contemporary international relations.There are of course many questionsthat can be raised in determining andassessing the scope, significance andimplication of this development in thenear future. Will China continue itspeaceful rise and to what extent willthis have any impact on the region?Many countries have paid muchattention to the rise of China and itspossible impacts both at the regionaland global levels.The United States has particularly expressed its concern by saying the riseof China will "pose the greatestuncertainty" at the global level. Whilethe Council of Foreign Relations hasstated that "China poses significant
 
economic, military and politicalchallenges for the U.S. and for thenations of Southeast Asia".Napoleon Bonaparte once describedChina as a sleeping dragon and warnednot to wake it up. Now that China hasawakened, it causes many nations totremble—including the United States,the sole global power and the world’spreeminent policeman.The unprecedented rise of the People’sRepublic of China (PRC) is a globalreality. […] Because of the burgeoningeconomic and military power of China,there are enormous worries about theidea of a “China threat.”The United States has particularly expressed strong apprehensionsregarding the ascension of China. TheUS Commission on NationalSecurity/21st Century warns that “thepotential for competition between theUnited States and China may increaseas China grows stronger.”
4
Eventhe
Global Trends 2015 
prepared underthe direction of the US NationalIntelligence Council argues that theimplications of the rise of China “posethe greatest uncertainty” in the world.
5
The Commission on America’sNational Interests describes China as“America’s major potential strategicadversary in East Asia,”
6
while theCouncil on Foreign Relations has statedthat “China poses significant economic,military, and political challenges for theUnited States and for the nations of Southeast Asia.”
7
This theme issupported by a RAND study describingChina as a potential military threat tothe United States and Southeast Asia.
8
2
 
Prof. Anak Agung BanyuPerwita’s ArticleProf. Rommel C.Banlaoi’s Article
The above statements clearly show thatthe U.S. perceives China as a potentialthreat to its national security. Further,the U.S. is very concerned about thepossible challenge from China to itsregional hegemony. However, is itcorrect that China is a potential threatto Southeast Asian countries? While the United States views China asa potential threat to its nationalsecurity, how do Southeast Asiancountries view the rise of China? Whatare the implications of the growth of China for regional security, especiallin the aftermath of 9/11? This articleaims to present Southeast Asianperspectives on the rise of China and itsregional security implications since9/11.
3

You're Reading a Free Preview

Download
scribd
/*********** DO NOT ALTER ANYTHING BELOW THIS LINE ! ************/ var s_code=s.t();if(s_code)document.write(s_code)//-->