Asia-Pacific: New Geographies of the Pacific Rim
Raymond Frederick Watters, T. G. McGee
Hurst & Company, 1997 - Asia - 362 pages
Examining the extent to which Pacific Rim economies are increasingly becoming integrated, this text considers the forces - economic, political and cultural - at work. In the process many new geographies are being created or reconstructed. The local-global dialectic, by which local forces react to, negotiate with, resist or capitulate to global forces is also scrutinized in detail.
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