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Title   ASEAN Korea Relations Security Trade & Community Building 

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Author   HO  ISBN   9789812304063  Add to shopping cart   
Publisher   Institute of Southeast Asian Studies  Group   Commerce/Law View shopping cart
Binding   Hardback Category   Int Business  Terms and conditions
Edition   1/2007 Type   Go back
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Subject   International relations 
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Synopsis This book examines the growing interdependence between ASEAN and Korea and the political and economic realities governing the relationship. Leading experts from ASEAN and Korea discuss the emerging issues in areas of domestic and regional security environments, non-traditional security, regional trade arrangements, Korean relations with the new ASEAN member states, and the prospects of community-building with special reference to the roles of Korea and ASEAN. It also provides a serious and thought-provoking evaluation of future ASEAN-Korea relations in light of the growing trend towards East Asian regionalism.

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