The rationale and common agenda for Asia-Europe cooperation
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Published by The Council in Tokyo, Japan .
Written in English

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StatementCouncil for Asia-Europe Cooperation.
ContributionsCouncil for Asia-Europe Cooperation.
The Physical Object
Paginationvii, 95 p. ;
Number of Pages95
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Open LibraryOL23160965M
LC Control Number2008439301

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  In C. G. Hernandez, S. Nuttall, & H. Soesastro (Eds.), The rationale and common agenda for Asia–Europe cooperation (pp. 75–85). Tokyo/London: Council for Asia Europe Cooperation. Tokyo/London: Council for Asia Europe by: 9. Council for Asia-Europe Cooperation (CAEC) () Rationale and Common Agenda for Asia-Europe Cooperation (London: CAEC;cf. esp. Chapter 5). Google Scholar Curtin, Philip, D. () The World & the West — The European Challenge and the Overseas Response in the Author: Georg Wiessala. The geopolitical dimension', in Council for Asia–Europe Cooperation, The Rationale and Common Agenda for Asia–Europe Cooperation: CAEC Task Force Reports Jan H W MaullAuthor: Rajendra Jain. Pierre Amilhat is Director for Asia, Central Asia, Middle East/Gulf and Pacific in the Directorate General for International Cooperation and Development of the European Commission. Mr. Amilhat began his career at the College of Europe, as an assistant in the department of Political and Administrative Studies.

This paper is premised on the idea that the institutional development of both APEC and ASEM (Asia-Europe Meeting) will depend on the degree of social learning within and between international organizations. This concept emphasizes international economic cooperation as a political and social process involving factors other than economic variables. This preliminary study provides a detailed overall analysis of the Rio Declaration, its place in the history of global environmental governance, the travaux préparatoires leading to its adoption, the architecture of the instrument, and each one of its principles. The analysis of principles pays particular attention to their normative influence, mostly on subsequent treaties and soft law. Soesastro, Hadi and Simon Nutall () ‘‘The Institutional Dimension’’, in Carolina Hernandez, Simon Nutall and Hadi Soesastro, eds, The Rationale and Common Agenda for Asia-Europe Cooperation: CAEC Task Force Reports, Tokyo and London: Council for Asia-Europe Cooperation, pp. 75– 1. Introduction Integration of the economies of sovereign states has been one of the leading aspirations of socio-economic policy since the end of World War II in , such that the period between then and the first 18 years of the 21st century can be appropri­ately described as having been an .

This book provides a systematic and thorough examination of the Asia-Europe Meeting (ASEM) process which brings together the fifteen EU member states, the European Commission and ten East and Author: Jürgen Rüland. cooperation and integration in South-East Asia. Europe’s policy for governing trade relations and its strategy on trade diplomacy date back to a simpler era. Without a radical rethink, the EU risks being sidelined from major geopolitical currents and thereby losing both economic and foreign policy opportunities to improve living. logue ASEM (Asia Europe Meeting) as a platform for enabling policy dialogue on political, economic, social and cultural issues. The process is driven by bi-annual summits; the Summit will take place in Brussels. → The Strategy ‘Europe and Asia’ iden-tified six objectives for EU-Asia cooperationFile Size: KB. The common agenda 58 Follow-up measures of ASEM I 64 Disharmonies and controversial issues 68 AECF = Asia-Europe Cooperation Forum AFTA = ASEAN Free Trade Area APEC = Asia Pacific Cooperation ARF = ASEAN Regional Forum and on the development of the Asia-Europe Meeting from ASEM 1 to ASEM 2.