Region: Asia-Pacific Region (42)
East-West Center : Building an Asia Pacific CommunityCitation:
The East-West Center is a national and regional source of information and analysis about the Asia-Pacific Region, including the United States. Some 2,000 scholars, government and business leaders, educators, journalists and other professionals from throughout the region annually work with Center staff to address issues of contemporary significance.http://www.ewc.hawaii.edu/ more Language: eng English
Centre d'études asiatiques = Center for Asian StudiesCitation:
[Formerly known as the Modern Asia Research Center (MARC), the] Centre for Asian Studies (CAS) was founded by the Graduate Institute of International Studies of Geneva in 1971, and, since 1987 is co-sponsored by the Graduate Institute of Development Studies.
The CAS focuses on the international relations of the Asia-Pacific region and the economic, political and social development of the various Asian countries.
The CAS organizes conferences (public lectures, seminars and workshops) aimed at developing a better knowledge of Asia and conducts research projects.
The CAS runs a documentation centre which collection is of about 370 scientific journals. The CAS publications consist in a triennal newsletter with selected articles list, occasional papers, briefing notes and edited studies.
The CAS is a co-sponsor of the post-grade interdisciplinary diploma in Asian studies (DESS-Asie) launched in 2003 as the first one of its kind in Switzerland.http://hei.unige.ch/cea/ more Language: eng English, fre French
Asia-Pacific Magazine Citation:
The publication is designed for popular appeal to a broad range of readers, including academics, business people, politicians, public servants and the broader community. It is also designed to cater for upper secondary college and first-year undergraduate students and teachers. The journal contains articles on anthropology, geography, the environment, strategic studies, economics, modern history and politics of the countries of the region.http://coombs.anu.edu.au/asia-pacific-magazine more Language: eng English
Renvall Institute : Asia-Pacific Studies ProgrammeCitation:
Asia-Pacific Studies (APS) is a multidisciplinary area studies programme, inaugurated at the University of Helsinki in the Autumn of 2001. [...] While paying attention to the global role of the whole Asia-Pacific region, the current areal focus of the Asia-Pacific Studies Programme is East and Southeast Asia. The disciplinary basis of the programme is that of the humanities and social sciences. As a multidisciplinary programme APS attempts to employ a broad and yet multilevel approach to the past, present as well as the future of the Asia-Pacific region. The programme targets themes such as art, religion, popular culture, values, education, social movements, information networks, legal systems, politics, integration, regional identities, and minority and environmental issues.http://www.helsinki.fi/hum/renvall/aps/ more Language: eng English, fin Finnish, swe Swedish
The East Asia Program Description:
This page contains information on and links to official and unofficial organizations concerned with the security in the Asia-Pacific Region, as well as news and information on as well as analysis of regional security issues. Recent US foreign policy statements and documents on East Asia are also provided as are links to other Asian security/China sites.http://www.stimson.org/eastasia/?SN=EA20040505682 more Language: eng English
Canberra: ANU - Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies Citation:
ANU ASIA, an initiative of the University Asia Committee, is a service aimed at communicating information about Asia-related research, teaching and outreach programs, and providing information and analysis for individuals and organisations engaged with Asia. Among the material collected here are staff biographies, information about research and publications, academic programs, Asia-related academic news, and software sources. In addition there is a find facility, and information about the 'anuasia' mailing list.http://rspas.anu.edu.au/ more Language: eng English
The Sigur Center for Asian Studies : The Elliot School of International Affairs; The George Washington UniversityCitation:
The Sigur Center for Asian Studies is an international research center of The Elliott School of International Affairs at The George Washington University. Its mission is to increase the quality and broaden the scope of scholarly research and publications on Asian affairs, promote U.S.-Asian scholarly interaction and serve as the nexus for educating a new generation of students, scholars, analysts, and policymakers. The Center draws strength and resources from the world-class Asian Studies faculty within the university and in Washington, D.C. Not only is it the largest center for Asian studies in the capital region, The Center is also among the strongest in the United States.http://www.gwu.edu/~sigur/ more Language: eng English
Harvard Asia Pacific Review Citation:
The Harvard Asia Pacific Review is a semi-annual academic journal devoted to capturing the vital pulse of the Asia Pacific Region. We bring together a multitude of perspectives on recent events and trends, attracting world leaders, renowned scholars, and leading professionals worldwide as contributors to our journal. ; Cited from the Asian Studies WWW Monitor
Sept.. 1998)http://hcs.harvard.edu/~hapr/ more Language: eng English
Brisbane: Centre for the Study of Australia-Asia Relations Description:
CSAAR (est. 1978) is an allied centre within the Faculty of Asian and International Studies, Griffith University. The Centre's activities include: (1) Research covering Australia's political, economic and strategic relations with Asia from both an historical and contemporary perspective; (2) Conferences and workshops on contemporary issues; (3) Publications on Australia-Asia relations; (4) The Asia-Pacific business training program; and (5) Consultancies to government and businesshttp://www.gu.edu.au/gwis/csaar/cshome.htm more Language: eng English