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Brings together scholars from comparative politics, international relations and area studies in a systematic and coherent discussion of how globalization of politics and economy affects East Asian domestic and foreign policies.Provides contemporary case studies of the impact of globalization on the major countries in East Asia including Japan, South Korea and PR China.Explores the important emerging and ongoing political and economic issues in the region with particular attention to both specific countries and the entire region.Issues of coverage include new sources of legitimacy for governance, human rights, regional environmental governance, changing nature of foreign policies and ethnic conflict.

- bridges the gap between comparative politics and international relations

- covers major issues and countries in East Asia with careful attention to the impact of economy and globalization

- provides insight into future developments in the region, countries and specific issues including governance, human rights, policy making and further democratization

- blends theory with specific cases through the use of regional issues and country studies

A systematic coverage of East Asia's attempt to wrestle with globalization in both domestic and international context, thereby discussing regional trends and country developments in an integrated manner.

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ISBN9780754617655
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PublisherAshgate Publishing
Release date 02.10.2002
Pages count204
File size2.8 Mb
eBook formatHardcover, (torrent)En
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