Governance and Regionalism in the Asia Pacific with Assoc Professor Shahar Hameiri 

This course is concerned with providing an advanced grounding in the dominant modes of governance in the Asia Pacific region, including in democratic, transitional and one-party dominant political systems. Furthermore, it introduces and analyses the existing and emergent regional institutions present in the region, such as ASEAN, ASEAN+3, the East Asian Summit, APEC and the ASEAN Regional Forum, The Pacific Forum, and the TPP, and their role in advancing both political, economic and financial cooperation in the global political economy. It extends upon the course POLS7208 and the HIST7101 to impart an awareness of the role of historical regional orders in the Asia Pacific, and their importance for analysing contemporary themes within governance and regionalism.

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