A Eurasian Economic Vision for the Twenty-first Century
AbstractWhereas East Asia stands out as the most dynamic and competitive region, both at present times and according to projections for the coming decades. Europe's repeated attempts to develop a strong Eurasian partnership have not proved successful. On the basis of a historical approach looking at the developments of the relations between Europe and East Asia since the 1950s, this article highlights the major reasons why opportunities to strengthen inter-regional links have been missed. Finally, concentrating on what Europe's strategy should be in the future, recommendations are formulated on economic, institutional and policy issues.
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Volume (Year): 34 (2005)
Issue (Month): 1 ()
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