ChinaÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s Role in the Asian Economic Unification Process
The 21st century, as being said the world over, will belong to Asia. The regional economic cooperation in Asia is developing fast and well with the ASEAN as a center and with the positive participations of major Asian nations such as China, India and Japan. The cooperation has shown that the Asian economic unification is in process. We believe that the economic unification process shall result in an Asian economic community. The integrated cooperation is the best way for Asian nations to make common development and the fault lines as proposed in Samuel Huntingtons paradigm1 can be repaired and transcended in the unification process.
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