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Transformation, Development, and Regionalization in Greater Asia

Edited by: Prof. Dr. Christoph Schuck, Matthias Heise, M.A.

The series "Transformation, Development, and Regionalization in Greater Asia" reflects Asia's increasing relevance and importance for International and Foreign Policy Studies today. Asia's experiences with transforming political systems, development processes, and regional cooperation demand special attention. Asia, which is made up of nation states and related subregional and regional actors, constitutes a subject for studies in social sciences, economy, law and history. In particular, Asia provides interesting experiences and models for political, economic, and socio-cultural processes – including progress, stagnation, and regression – and thus enriches the theoretical debate. In addition to Asian studies and intra-Asian regionalization studies, this book series covers both the relations between Greater Asia and Europe and Asia's role in the international system and participation in Global Governance. This series aims at stimulating further interdisciplinary research on Greater Asia and will encourage cooperation between Asian and European scholars.
The series Transformation, Development, and Regionalization in Greater Asia is edited by Prof. Dr. Christoph Schuck and Matthias Heise, M.A., Department of Philosophy and Political Science, TU Dortmund University.

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Apirat Petchsiri, José Luis de Sales Marques, William Roth (Ed.)

Promoting Human Rights in Asia and Europe

2009,  https://doi.org/10.5771/9783845220321

Series: Transformation, Development, and Regionalization in Greater Asia, Vol. 7

Nomos, Baden-Baden


Reimund Seidelmann, Andreas Vasilache (Ed.)

European Union and Asia

2008,  https://doi.org/10.5771/9783845207513

Series: Transformation, Development, and Regionalization in Greater Asia, Vol. 3

Nomos, Baden-Baden