Welcome to East Asia Integration Studies, an online portal initiated by the Hanns Seidel Foundation, Korea. You can find our latest news below. Subscribing to the East Asia Integration Studies Newsletter is a feature to stay up to date with the developments in ASEAN+3. You may subscribe here, or download our past Newsletters here.
The Hanns Seidel Foundation (HSF) as a political foundation is working in the field of political education. Its goal is “to serve democracy, peace and development”. Therefore, one aspect of the project in the Republic of Korea is to transfer knowledge about the reunification in Germany to Koreans – particularly to those near the Demilitarized Zone (DMZ). Moreover, as the HSF has offices not only in the Republic of Korea, but also in China, Indonesia and the Philippines, it shows particular interest in the development of East Asia and the economic integration in this region. Thus this website offers a newsboard, articles, book reviews and links to homepages concerning East Asia Integration Studies.
For further information about the Hanns Seidel Foundation please refer to: http://www.hss.de/english.html
Download here: Newsletter: Asianintegration 08.07. – 15.07.
THE LIST OF BOOKS AVAILABLE FOR REVIEWS HAS BEEN UPDATED:
You can download it here
CFP What is Asia? Moving boundaries and identities in contemporary Asia – you can find more information here
African-Asian Encounters (III) – Afrasian Transformations: Beyond Grand Narratives? – you can find more information here
CFP: East Asia as Method: Culture, Knowledge, Space at UC Berkeley – you can find more information here
Beyond the National: The Regional and Transnational Trajectories of Chinese Indonesians – you can find more information here
International Trade, Capital Flows and Economic Development – you can find more information here
The Asia-Pacific Conference on Security and International Relations 2016 – you can find more information here
NEW BOOK REVIEW: Constructing a Security Community in Southeast Asia: ASEAN and the Problem of Regional Order, 3rd edition
Author(s): Amitav Acharya
NEW BOOK REVIEW: Regionalism in China-Vietnam Relations: Institution Building in the Greater Mekong Subregion
Author(s): Oliver Hensengerth
NEW CONFERENCE REPORT:
Download here: 29.03.2016 – Asan Roundtable Energy Series