Please note that this product is not available for purchase from Bloomsbury. East Asia is changing and students need to grasp the new dynamics that shape politics and society across the region. This collection of essays by respected scholars examines the impact of development at the societal, national, and international levels on the conduct of politics in East Asia. The chapters in this unique comparative tool are organized in sections around the themes of security and foreign policy, the new political economy, and changing societies, with each section featuring a mix of region-wide and country specific chapters. The book explains what are the new features and developments in East Asian politics today.
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It has its editorial offices located in Asia currently Manila and the United States. It seeks to share theoretical as well as practical perspectives on contemporary questions, targeting both scholars and policy practitioners among its readers. There are other journals that focus on political science, international relations and public policy, including a few with occasional coverage of Asia. There are also other journals that focus on Asian studies, cutting across disciplines from anthropology and economics to politics and sociology. APP is unique because it seeks to combine the two approaches - the disciplinal rigor of political science, international relations and public policy with the empirical breadth and depth of analysis that an area studies perspective encourages.