Regional cooperation in South Asia and Southeast Asia
Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, 2007 - Political Science - 369 pages
Provides a comparative sketch of regional cooperation in South and Southeast Asia in the light of various political, economic and social developments in the two regions.
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THE POLITICAL DIMENSION OF
PATTERNS OF ECONOMIC REGIONALISM
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