East Asia: Between Regionalism and Globalism

East Asia: Between Regionalism and Globalism
Gennady Chufrin, editor
Date of publication:  2006
Publisher:  ISEAS / IMEMO
Number of pages:  116
Code:  BM306

About the publication

The book analyses modern tendencies in the development of regional economic cooperation in East Asia which is considered by regional countries as their response to growing challenges of globalization. Trying to protect their national interests by collective efforts they are promoting regional commercial, investment, and financial cooperation as measures aimed at improving the efficiency of their economies. These steps however are not regarded as a counterweight to globalization but merely directed against most negative manisfestations of the latter and in fact are realized as one of the forms of globalization at the regional level.

Co-publication: ISEAS / IMEMO

ISEAS / Institute of World Economy and International Relations (IMEMO), Moscow


  • East Asia: Between Regionalism and Globalism
  • Preliminary pages
  • 1. Regionalism in East Asia: Development in Stages, by Gennady Chufrin, author
  • 2. Economic Cooperation in East Asia: Main Directions, Dynamics, and Scale, by Alexander Rogozhin, author
  • 3. Foreign Economic Strategy of China, by Vilya Gelbras, Valentina Kuznetsova, authors
  • 4. ASEAN and East Asia, by Victor Sumsky, author
  • 5. Regional Economic Cooperation in Northeast Asia: Issues and Prospects, by Alexander Fedorovsky, author
  • 6. The United States and a New Stage of Economic Cooperation in East Asia, by Vyacheslav B. Amirov, author
  • 7. Russia's National Interests and East Asian Regional Economic Cooperation, by Gennady Chufrin, author
  • Index

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