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Asian Megatrends Biswas, Rajiv Assesses megatrends that will effect Asia-Pacific region over the next two decades, covering demographic ageing, rising of Asian middle class, China's economy and geopolitics, Asia's second BRICS economy (Brazil-Russia-India-China-South Africa), ASEAN's trade liberalization and economic integration, and urbanization. Foresees trends at regional and country levels, such as consumer spending boom, new financial architecture, South and Southeast As ...Continue Reading English 94324
ASEAN Looks West: ASEAN and the Gulf Region Herrmann, Wilfried A. Analyzes relationship between ASEAN and the Persian Gulf region in terms of interregional security and economic development. Introduces geopolitical strategic frameworks, covering Southern Asian Maritime Corridor (SAMCO) which ranges from Persian gulf countries, Southeast Asia, and South Asia, ASEAN Economic Community (AEC), ASEAN Political-Security Community (APSC), ASEAN Socio-Cultural community, and nuclear proliferation concerns. Addresses ...Continue Reading English 94163
International Business: Thailand's Context Pavida Pananont Gives an overview of international business and globalization and summarizes Thailand's international trade and investment. Traces the evolution of international business in four periods: before 1880, 1880-1914, 1914-1949, 1950-1980, and 1980-2013. Describes the globalization of markets and globalization of production. Considers the world economic order and the roles of international organizations and non-governmental organizations. Looks at ...Continue Reading Thai 94026
The Development of Regulatory Management Systems in East Asia: Deconstruction, Insights, and Fostering ASEAN's Quiet Revolution Intal, Ponciano Describes the importance of good regulatory practice (GRP), responsive regulation, and well-performing regulatory management system (RMS) to ASEAN member states (AMS) and the ASEAN Economic Cooperation (AEC). Indicates major challenges towards efficient trade facilitation, non-protective non-tariff practice, responsive regulations, and a well-performing RMS. Presents the GRP principles and responsive regulation and a typology of stages or level ...Continue Reading English 93947
Thinking globally, Prospering Regionally: ASEAN Economic Community 2015 Aims to expand awareness and understanding among business sector, general public, youth included, on the benefits of ASEAN Economic Community (AEC). Highlights initiatives under the four pillars of AEC, namely, sigle market and production base, competitive economic region, equitable economic development, and integration into the global economy. Considers the progress and sets forth key messages on the AEC that are targeted toward the business s ...Continue Reading English 93908
China and ASEAN: Energy Security, Cooperation and Competition Zhao, Hong Examines the energy resource relations between China and ASEAN countries. Addresses the following issues: the world energy demand shifts to the East because of the rise of China, ASEAN community and other emerging Asian economies the Greater Indian Ocean and the South China Sea become the world's energy interstates and geopolitical tensions over energy resources spark conflicts in the region, especially in the South China Sea. Deals with Chin ...Continue Reading English 93524
New Global Economic Architecture: An Asian Perspective, Policy Brief Summarizes the implications of the changing nature of the Global Economic Architecture (GEA). Presents current state of economic architecture in Asia, noting trade architecture, development finance architecture, financial safety nets, and financial supervision and regulation in Asia. Gives policy implications and recommendations to various related international institutions in order to create a cohesive environment that could accelerate growth, ...Continue Reading English 93500
Understanding Banking Supervisory Priorities and Capacities in ASEAN+3 Economies Identifies the supervisory priorities of ASEAN+3 banking supervisors, and the issues they face in building sufficient capacity in the context of increased financial deepening and integration. Reveals the results based on the survey questionnaires to ASEAN+3 supervisory authorities. Deals with short-run risk outlook, supervisory framework and capacity, home-host supervisory relationships and foreign bank supervision. Analyzes key policy issues ...Continue Reading English 93308
The Politics of China's Investment in Cambodia, Lao PDR and Myanmar Winship, Charles Sumner Studies the patterns that exist in the economic interactions between China and Cambodia, Lao PDR, Myanmar (CLM). Determines what motivates China to sustain economic interactions with all three states. Discusses the industrial structure of each country, and analyzes the China-CLM trade. Looks at China's investment strategy and financial involvement in CLM. Examines the political benefits of China's relationship with CLM. Focuses on Cambodia's ...Continue Reading English 93217
ASEAN 2025: Forging Ahead Together Presents Kuala Lumpur declaration on ASEAN community vision 2025, the ASEAN Political-Security Community (APSC) Blueprint 2025, the ASEAN Economic Community (AEC) Blueprint 2025, and the ASEAN Socio-Culture Community (ASCC) Blueprint 2025. States characteristics and element of APSC Blueprint 2025 which includes to be the rules-based, people-oriented, people-centered community to be the peaceful, secure and stable region to be the ASEAN centrali ...Continue Reading Multilanguage 93179
ASEAN Integration Report 2015 Assesses progress, achievement, and impact of ASEAN economic integration across 4 pillars of AEC blueprint 2015, namely the single market and production base, the competitive economic region, equitable economic development and ASEAN's integration into the global economy. Gives statistical data and economic indicators of ASEAN's macroeconomic landscape in 2014. Reports the achievement to pursue a goal as the single market and production base by ...Continue Reading English 92698
Global Political-Economic Landscape: Crisis and Challenges in the 21st Century Chulacheep Chinwanno Thai 92693
ASEAN 2025: Forging Ahead Together Presents Kuala Lumpur declaration on ASEAN community vision 2025, the ASEAN Political-Security Community (APSC) Blueprint 2025, the ASEAN Economic Community (AEC) Blueprint 2025, and the ASEAN Socio-Culture Community (ASCC) Blueprint 2025. States characteristics and element of APSC Blueprint 2025 which includes to be the rules-based, people-oriented, people-centered community to be the peaceful, secure and stable region to be the ASEAN central ...Continue Reading English 92661
A Blueprint for Growth ASEAN Economic Community 2015: Progress and Key Achievements Gives an overview of ASEAN economic perspectives, including economic indicators, population, trade statistics, and foreign direct investment (FDI). Traces the history of AEC, its development in the four pillars of ASEAN economic integration, and the progress of AEC blueprint implementation by monitoring through AEC scorecard. Concludes key achievements and the opportunities brought along with AEC. Exhibits success stories around the region in ...Continue Reading English 92660
China-ASEAN-Thailand Kiatichai Phongphanich Presents articles on the relationship among China, ASEAN and Thailand from Thai Post. Analyzes China's economic growth, the rising power of China, including ASEAN-China in security dimension. Looks at economic cooperation in terms of free trade agreement. Mentions the economic invasion of China to ASEAN countries. Thai 90001
Towards ASEAN Economic Community 2025! Sanchita Basu Das Argues that ASEAN will require a new economic community vision beyond 2015, given the changing nature of the region's political economic landscape. Adds that different ASEAN countries are at different developmental stages, meaning that the deepening of economic cooperation will require a judicious but steady approach. Suggests that a new vision for the economic community, tentatively named AEC 2025, needs to be based on ASEAN's own strengths an ...Continue Reading English 87966
The Changing Architecture of Politics in the Asia-Pacific: Another (lost) Middle Power Moment? Beeson, M. Deals with the concept of middle power. Puts the growing middle power literature in perspective by reviewing the international history of the post-World War II era. Examines whether middle power diplomacy has actually had an impact on international affairs. Links this theoretical oscillation to specific historical contexts with a focus on several quintessential middle powers, notably Australia and Canada. Argues that for all the potential t ...Continue Reading English 87964
Growing Up With the Nation Jaafar, Ahmad Kamil Offers a treatise on Malaysian foreign policy as seen through the eyes of Tan Sri Kamil, a Malaysian diplomat well known within ASEAN for his role as negotiator and mediator. Traces the formulation and implementation of Malaysia's foreign policy since its independence in 1957. Reviews the author's formative years from childhood until he joined the foreign service, a childhood spent in a multinational setting. Describes how Malaysia met internal ...Continue Reading English 87953
India-Thailand Relations Through Ages: Historical Links to Contemporary Convergences Ghosh, Lipi Explains that India and Thailand both have age-old histories of ancient civilization and reciprocal contacts. Begins with a review of Indo-Thai relations and the events of theof Bengal. Points out that reconstruction of the trajectory of social change in either mainland or peninsular Southeast Asia - today's ASEAN region - can only be undertaken once the extent and nature of sailing networks have been demarcated. Argues that the acceptance of a ...Continue Reading English 87941
The Study of ASEAN and Cross-strait Relations in Relation with Political and Economic Development: Perspectives From Improvement of China's Image and ECFA Shih-Chi Lin Constitutes a doctorate dissertation written in Chinese. Explains that while the US, Japan, the EU, and Russia have marveled at China's progress since the end of the Cold War, China's neighboring countries in Asia - including ASEAN - have been worried. Points out that ASEAN questions whether the rise of China will bring about peaceful cooperation or whether it will lead to potential threats. Deals with the ASEAN+1 free trade agreement signed w ...Continue Reading Chinese 87929
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