Northeast Asian Regionalism: Lessons from the European Experience [NOOK Book]

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Examines both actual and potential developments in North-East Asian regionalism, from various levels and fields of analysis, considering cooperative and integrative structures and processes. Particular reference is made to the contemporary experience of Europe, which provides important models of cooperation and integration in both the government and business spheres. The primary themes covered include security, international relations, international political economy and politics, together with historical, social...
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Overview

Examines both actual and potential developments in North-East Asian regionalism, from various levels and fields of analysis, considering cooperative and integrative structures and processes. Particular reference is made to the contemporary experience of Europe, which provides important models of cooperation and integration in both the government and business spheres. The primary themes covered include security, international relations, international political economy and politics, together with historical, social and cultural factors. The book concludes with a discussion of the prospects for increased regional co-operation and integration in the 21st century.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781136768606
  • Publisher: Taylor & Francis
  • Publication date: 1/11/2013
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 296
  • File size: 859 KB

Table of Contents

Foreword
Notes on Contributors
1 Introduction: Northeast Asia - A Region in Search of Regionalism? 1
2 A Critical Review of East and Northeast Asian Regionalism: The Impact of the 1997-98 Financial Crisis of beyond 16
3 Regionalism and Regional Integration in the Asia-Pacific and the European Union: Theoretical Discussion and Developmental Experience 34
4 The International Political Economy of Northeast Asian Economic Integration 65
5 Comparing Regionalism in Europe and Northeast Asia: Perspectives from the Epistemic Communities Approach 96
6 Northeast Asian States after the Cold War: Rival States or Co-Operative States? 141
7 Economic Security Perspectives on Northeast Asian Regionalism 174
8 The Security Situation and Co-operative Security in Northeast Asia 187
9 Inter-Korean Relations and Northeast Asian Security 206
10 The Security Foundations of Economic Integration: A Comparison Between East Asia and Western Europe 226
11 Conclusion: Toward a Multi-layered Issue-Linkage Regionalism in Northeast Asia 243
Index 265
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    Dreamwalkers~Chapter 1

    "Hey! You over there!" I snapped my head, to show that I was annoyed. But no one was there. I heard it again,"Hey! You over there!" I shouted,"What the heck? Is this another prank, or something, cause I'm about to beat the crap out of you!" I kept on walking, and just as I was about to turn around the corner, I heard,"All right, all right. I'll show myself." When I turned, there was a dog. <br>
    I screamed. But the dog stood there, like a statue. I slowly reached out to pet it. Then it suddenly lunged forward, and chomped my hand. I screamed louder than ever and tried to wrestle the dog off. It's head turned into a human's head, and it said,"I control you. This is a dream. But the real question is, who's dream is it?" Just then I woke up. <br>
    <p> It was weird, cause I knew I woke up, but I was still on the same sidewalk. I got up quickly, and noticed that people were staring at me. A stranger pulled me out, saying to everyone,"Sorry, everyone. This is my son. He's been acting strange lately. I apologize." I was too stunned to do anything, so I let the stranger pull me away. He pulled me into a fancy restruant, and founf two seats for us. After we were settled, he said,"I'm suprised we even made it this far. It was hard to stay in the real world and your dream." Those words brought me back to reality. "Wait, what? Are you saying that you were the dog-human thing?" He smiled, and shook his head. "I'm getting to that. What really matters is that if you'll accept." I was so confused. "Accept what?" He snapped his fingers, and I could feel my eyes going blurry, and my mind getting sleepy and tired. I could see the man saying,"The power doing of what I'm doing." All went black, but soon I was in a dream. I was in a rk, and me and the man were jogging up a mountain. "You see, all of us who have this certian power, have control over many things." He swished his hand, and we were jogging up a hill of bones. "You can be able to do all of these things, but on one condition. You must be in strict control under the power of me." I thought about this for a while, then said,"Yes." Then he said,"The power is yours to keep. Have fun." He started to fade, but I tested out my new powers. I made him come back. He was confused. "Okay. Enough playing time. Let me go." I said in a demonic voice,"No." I walked towards him. His head exploded, but I recreated him. "Die."

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