BASC Staff Articles
The Evolution of APEC and ASEM: Implications of the New East Asian Bilateralism
The European Journal of East Asian Studies, 2005
The traditional institutional equilibrium in East Asia—the embraceof the WTO at the multilateral level and a focus on market-driven, informal integration at the sub-multilateral level—is under heavy strain.
Beyond Network Power: The Dynamics of Formal Economic Integration in Northeast Asia
Pacific Review, 2005
At the turn of the new millennium, the traditional institutional equilibrium of East Asian economic integration—the embrace of the WTO at the multilateral level and a focus on market-driven, informal integration at the regional level—is under heavy strain.
The Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC): Transregionalism with a new cause?
Interregionalism and International Relations A Stepping Stone to Global Governance?, 2005
In this chapter, we argue that the recognition of shared security concerns will serve as a useful lever to encourage cooperation among APEC countries and to breathe new life into APEC, albeit as an organization whose external and internal circumstances have changed.
The Limits of Interregionalism: The EU and North America
Journal of European Integration, 2005
In this article, we view the past practice and future prospects of EU interregionalism toward North America in their commercial relations through an analytical lens we have developed elsewhere (Aggarwal and Fogarty 2004).