Reformating the System of International Relations in Pacific Asia: Vectors and Dynamics of Changes (Part II)

DOI: 10.20542/0131-2227-2019-63-1-112-122


We offer our readers a review of the discussion at the “round table” which took place in editorial office of “World Economy and International Relations” April 9, 2018. Discussion was devoted to changes alalysis in the system of international and trade and economic relations, in regional security in Pacific Asia (PA). Participants of discussion considered evolution of policy of leading regional countries (China, Japan) and transnational associations (ASEAN), dynamics and prospects of integration processes in PA as well. Participants: Volodin A.G., Doctor Sci. (History), prof.; Voskresenskii A.D., Doctor Sci. (Political Sci.), prof.; Davydov O.V.; Kanaev E.A., Doctor Sci. (History), prof.; Karneev A.N., Cand. Sci (History); Lomanov A.V., Doctor Sci. (History), prof.; Mazyrin V.M., Doctor Sci. (Econ.); Mikheev V.V., acad. of RAS; Ryabov A.V., Cand. Sci. (History); Sumsky V.V., Doctor Sci. (History); Fedorovscky A.N., Doctor Sci. (Econ.); Shvydko V.G., Cand. Sci. (Econ). The report is published in two issues of WEIR. 


Pacific Asia, Indo-Pacific region, international relations, integration processes, regional security 

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For citation:
Reformating the System of International Relations in Pacific Asia: Vectors and Dynamics of Changes (Part II). World Eonomy and International Relations, 2019, vol. 63, No 1, pp. 112-122.

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