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Trousson, Raymond / Vercruysse, Jeroom (dir.), Dictionnaire general de Voltaire. (Champion classiques, references et dictionnaires 18) 1272 p. 2020:10 (Champion, FR) <670-9>
ISBN 978-2-38096-016-7 paper ¥7,064.- (税込) EUR 38.00

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世界システムにおける中国、インド、パキスタン
Lashari, Samee, The Rise of the Semi-Core: China, India, and Pakistan in the World-System. 360 pp. 2024:6 (Lexington Books, US) <722-689>
ISBN 978-1-66694-286-6 hard ¥28,028.- (税込) US$ 130.00

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世界政治におけるアジア太平洋 第3版
McDougall, Derek, Asia Pacific in World Politics. 3rd ed. 400 pp. 2024:6 (Lynne Rienner, US) <722-691>
ISBN 978-1-962551-02-1 paper ¥7,761.- (税込) US$ 36.00

This new edition of Asia Pacific in World Politics reflects the impact of nearly a decade of significant events and shifts in the region: the escalation of the conflicts between China and the US and China and Taiwan, the changing regional role of Japan, growing numbers of refugees, the Covid-19 pandemic, Indonesia's increasing prominence, and much more. Updated throughout and designed to encourage students to engage with contemporary issues and debates, the book provides a historically grounded, accessible overview of Asia Pacific's dynamic role in the international arena.

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April, Funeka Y. / Kanyane, Modimowabarwa et al. (eds.), The BRICS in Africa: Promoting Development? 280 pp. 2023:6 (HSRC Pr., SA) <722-746>
ISBN 978-0-7969-2637-1 paper ¥9,702.- (税込) US$ 45.00

The BRICS countries - Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa - have become a strong engine of South-South cooperation, contributing to a significant shift in the global balance of power. They also, taken as a whole, constitute Africa's largest trading partner. The authors of this new collection consider the potential of BRICS-Africa cooperation for promoting sustainable African development.

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Bergthaller, Hannes / Chen, You-ting (eds.), Foodscapes of the Anthropocene: Literary Perspectives from Asia. (Studies in Literature, Culture, and the Environment 13) 208 pp. 2024:2 (P. Lang, SZ) <722-747>
ISBN 978-3-631-84706-0 hard ¥14,036.- (税込) SFR 58.00

One of the most important drivers of the Anthropocene was a radical shift in what and how people eat. Industrial agriculture and meat production, new ways of processing, packaging, and distributing food, and the globalization of culinary habits not only upended traditional lifeways around the world but also continue to play a key role in climate change, biodiversity loss, and various other processes that are transforming the Earth system ? now rendering food production increasingly precarious. Nowhere have these changes been more dramatic or consequential than in Asia. The essays in this volume examine how literary works from the Asian continent have responded to the profound changes in the region’s foodscapes. They cover poetry, prose fiction, and literary non-fiction from China, India, Japan, South Korea, the Philippines, and Taiwan.

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大西洋の奴隷貿易再考
Eltis, David, Atlantic Cataclysm: Rethinking the Atlantic Slave Trades. 442 pp. 2024:9 (Cambridge U. Pr., UK) <722-748>
ISBN 978-1-00-951897-0 hard ¥8,349.- (税込) GB£ 30.00

In this comprehensive work, David Eltis offers a two-thousand-year perspective on the trafficking of people, and boldly intervenes in the expansive discussions about slavery in the last half-century. Using new and underexplored data made available by slavevoyages.org, Eltis offers compelling explanations of why the slave trades began and why they ended, and in the process debunks long-held assumptions, including how bilateral rather than triangular voyages were the norm, and how the Portuguese rather than the British were the leading slave traders. Eltis argues that two-thirds of all enslaved people ended up in the Iberian Americas, where exports were most valuable throughout the slave trade era, and not in the Caribbean or the US. Tracing the mass involvement of people in the slave trade business from all parts of the Atlantic World, Eltis also examines the agency of Africans and their experiences in the aftermath of liberation.

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Hang, Xing, The Port: Ha Tien and the Mo Clan in Early Modern Asia. 357 pp. 2024:10 (Cambridge U. Pr., UK) <722-749>
ISBN 978-1-00-942698-5 hard ¥22,264.- (税込) GB£ 80.00
ISBN 978-1-00-942696-1 paper ¥5,284.- (税込) GB£ 18.99

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Knaap, Gerrit / Heijer, Henk, Wars Overseas: Military Operations by Company and State Outside Europe 1595-1814. (Military History of the Netherlands) 500 pp. 2024:5 (Leiden U. Pr., NE) <722-750>
ISBN 978-90-8728-406-0 hard ¥26,438.- (税込) GB£ 95.00

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Sijpesteijn, Petra (ed.), Medieval Strategies of Entreaty from North Africa to Eurasia. (The Medieval Globe Books) 220 pp. 2024:5 (Arc Humanities Pr., UK) <722-753>
ISBN 978-1-80270-174-6 hard ¥31,447.- (税込) GB£ 113.00

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支配者の転換-コンゴ、日本、タイ、ハワイ、グローバルなパターン
Strathern, Alan, Converting Rulers: Kongo, Japan, Thailand, Hawaii and Global Patterns, 1450-1850. 350 pp. 2024:8 (Cambridge U. Pr., UK) <722-754>
ISBN 978-1-108-47716-1 hard ¥22,260.- (税込) GB£ 79.99
ISBN 978-1-108-70210-2 paper ¥6,954.- (税込) GB£ 24.99

Why did so many rulers throughout history risk converting to a new religion brought by outsiders? In his award-winning Unearthly Powers (2019), Alan Strathern set out a theoretical framework for understanding the relation between religion and political authority based on a distinction between two kinds of religion - immanentism and transcendentalism - and the different ways they made monarchy sacred. This ambitious and innovative companion volume tests and substantiates this theory using case studies from Kongo (1480-1530), Japan (1560-1614), Ayutthaya (Thailand, 1660-1690), and Hawaii (1800-1830). Through in-depth analysis of key turning points, Strathern demonstrates how theoretical arguments can be deployed to understand why warlords, chiefs and kings across the world did or did not convert to Christianity. Though this work examines a unique tapestry of characters and stories, these examples ultimately demonstrate that global patterns of conversion can be established to illuminate the religious geography of the world today.

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Xia, Nai, Studies in Silk Road Archaeology. 599 pp. 2024:2 (Springer, GW) <722-756>
ISBN 978-981-9974-74-0 hard ¥28,112.- (税込) EUR 119.99

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Sutoris, Peter / Pradhan, Uma, Development Reimagined: Bold Directions Towards a Thriving World. 264 pp. 2025:1 (Hurst, UK) <722-198>
ISBN 978-1-911723-13-4 hard ¥6,957.- (税込) GB£ 25.00

Imagining a better future is at the heart of development. But mainstream development models are driven by a very narrow, Western- centric set of ideas about what it means to be human. What could be possible if we let ourselves imagine differently? As our world continues to evolve at breakneck speed and faces unprecedented crises-from the decaying environment to cascading inequality- the need for bold new directions for development has never been greater. Peter Sutoris and Uma Pradhan put a spotlight on the thought- provoking visions of leading theorists, activists and practitioners for rethinking development as a political project towards more equitable futures. Questioning top-down economic frameworks, they explore transformative ideas-from degrowth to indigenous knowledge-that may enable us to address the complexities of our rapidly changing global landscape. They consider how the world can chart a path towards reconciling the moral case for eradicating poverty with these critical perspectives to advance a more ethical approach, one that is sensitive to history, diversity, and the challenges and opportunities of this moment. If development is to remain relevant today, it must reinvent itself-and finally listen to voices on the ground.

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Warren, Adam / Rodriguez, Julia E. / Casper, S. T. (eds.), Empire, Colonialism, and the Human Sciences: Troubling Encounters in the Americas and Pacific. 408 pp. 2024:8 (Cambridge U. Pr., UK) <721-72>
ISBN 978-1-00-939813-8 hard ¥27,830.- (税込) GB£ 100.00

In this bold reconsideration of the human sciences, an interdisciplinary team employ an expanded theoretical and geographical critical lens centring the notion of the encounter. Drawing insights from Indigenous and Latin American studies, nine case studies delve into the dynamics of encounters between researchers, intermediaries, and research subjects in imperial and colonial contexts across the Americas and Pacific. Essays explore ethical considerations and knowledge production practices that prevailed in field and expedition science, custodial institutions, and governance debates. They re-evaluate how individuals and communities subjected to research projects embraced, critiqued, or subverted them. Often, research subjects expressed their own aspirations, asserted sovereignty or autonomy, and exercised forms of power through interactions or acts of refusal. This volume signals the transformative potential of Indigenous studies and Latin American studies for shaping future scholarship on the history of the human sciences. This title is also available as Open Access on Cambridge Core.

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地政学とインド・太平洋地域 第2版
Kapur, Ashok, Geopolitics and the Indo-Pacific Region. 2nd ed. 224 pp. 2024:8 (Routledge, UK) <721-645>
ISBN 978-1-03-270970-3 hard ¥36,179.- (税込) GB£ 130.00
ISBN 978-1-03-270968-0 paper ¥10,015.- (税込) GB£ 35.99

Exploring geopolitics of the Indo-Pacific region, a major hub of global, economic, commercial, military, diplomatic, and cultural activities in the 21st century, this textbook provides students with an introduction to the existing debates, frameworks, and issues surrounding the Indo=Pacific. The second edition has been revised, updated, and expanded to explain the major buildup of deterrence hubs during 2022-23 in the Indo-Pacific Region. The hubs have a clear focus on North Asia (Japan and South Korea), the Taiwan Strait and Taiwan, and the South China Sea (Philippines, Vietnam, and Australia), India and the Indian Ocean littoral areas (the Persian Gulf and the Bay of Bengal). This edition takes into account the effects of the Ukraine-Russia and Israel-Hamas/Iran proxies' conflicts on the buildup of Russia-China-North Korea-Iran ties and the naval projections by China and Russia in North Pacific, off the Alaska coast, and in relation to Myanmar and Bangladesh and the Gulf/Red Sea areas. Within the purview of maritime security and NATO, the present century is critical with the introduction of missiles and nuclear submarine technology into IPR and by the fragmentation of arms control and nuclear and missile non-proliferation arrangements of the 1960s-2000 period. This volume predicts that China's oft proclaimed rise to global hegemonic status is not inevitable because of its many economic-social problems and foreign policy dilemmas. Nor is World War III inevitable because no one seeks unlimited warfare but the regions in conflict will likely remain on a low boil. However, problem-solving and crisis- resolution will remain a problematic, keeping the 21st century at its toes, due to the inability of regional powers to unite for the common good. Complete with a list of further reading, Geopolitics and the Indo-Pacific Region fills a gap in the market and will be of great interest to upper-year level undergraduates, post graduate students and researchers studying international relations, IPR geopolitics, Asian politics, and Asian security studies.

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アジアのアジア化
Kyung-Sup, Chang / Taekyoon, Kim / Joonkoo, Lee (eds.), Asianization of Asia. (Routledge Contemporary Asia Series) 248 pp. 2024:6 (Routledge, UK) <721-680>
ISBN 978-1-03-222780-1 hard ¥36,179.- (税込) GB£ 130.00

This book explores the Asianization of contemporary Asia, a trend which through neoliberal economic globalism has diluted the political effect of the EuroAmerican dictated segmentation of Asia and instead facilitated and accelerated socioeconomic exchanges and collaborations among Asian nations themselves.It comprehensively analyzes and interprets Asia's Asianization in terms of intensification of intra-Asian interactions and flows in industrial, educational, sociopolitical, and ecological spheres. Through such explorations the book successfully reveals Asia's Asianization is particularly reflected in the major dimensions of regional industrial integration, transnational class relations, labor market regionalization, international educational mobility, regionalization of media and pop culture, transnational social movements and activisms, regionalized social governance for development cooperation and developmental mobilization of diasporic socioeconomic resources.As an interdisciplinary study of South Korea's industrial, social and cultural integration with other Asian societies in both outbound and inbound directions, this book will be of huge interest to students and scholars of Korean studies, Asian politics, development and sociology.

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島津直子他編 冷戦期のアジア-グローバルな外交のビジュアル・ヒストリー
Phillips, Matthew / Shimazu, Naoko (eds.), Cold War Asia: A Visual History of Global Diplomacy. 249 pp. 2024:8 (Cambridge U. Pr., UK) <721-681>
ISBN 978-1-00-937961-8 hard ¥20,872.- (税込) GB£ 75.00

This innovative, interdisciplinary and international collection of essays offers fresh perspectives on the history of global diplomacy. Experts in history, international relations, art history and performance art have come together to examine a series of visual sources relating to Asia's role in global diplomacy during the Cold War. They explore how leaders, including Indonesia's Sukarno, the Philippines' Imelda Marcos and Thailand's King Bhumibol, exploited the symbolic value of diplomacy to emphasise their agency in relationships with Great Powers. These case studies demonstrate the significance of Asian diplomacy in understanding the Cold War, shifting away from the use of 'war' as the dominant criterion for analysis of the region. Cold War Asia sheds critical light onto how culture shapes international relations, widening the lens of analysis to embed the role of gender, religion, and ethnicity, as well as the material world, into our understanding of diplomacy.

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Saleh, Mohamad Saifudin Mohamad et al. (eds.), Multi-Stakeholder Contribution in Asian Environmental Communication. (Routledge Studies in Environmental Communication and Media) 240 pp. 2024:7 (Routledge, UK) <721-682>
ISBN 978-1-03-263020-5 hard ¥36,179.- (税込) GB£ 130.00

Multi-Stakeholder Contribution in Asian Environmental Communication focuses on how diverse actors can come together to promote sustainable environmental practices.Bringing together twenty-five environmental communication scholars and practitioners across fifteen innovative chapters, this book explores the dynamic roles of stakeholders- ranging from governmental bodies and non-profit organizations to local communities and industry players- involved in advancing environmental communication across the Asian continent. Drawing on a rich tapestry of case studies and interdisciplinary perspectives, the book sheds light on the interplay of religious, cultural, political, and economic factors that shape environmental communication strategies and public perception in Malaysia, Indonesia, Bangladesh, China, Thailand, Iran, Japan, and Pakistan. It probes into contemporary issues such as Islamic environmental communication, gender roles, social media, political communication, the role of games and gaming companies, as well as the portrayal of ecological messages in film. Overall, this book aims to bridge the gap between theory and practice and will make a significant contribution to the growing literature on multi-stakeholder contribution in environmental communication, particularly in the Asian context.This volume will be of great interest to practitioners, policymakers, and researchers working in the field of environmental communication.

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Alami, Ilias / Dixon, Adam D., The Spectre of State Capitalism. (Critical Frontiers of Theory, Research, and Policy in International Development Studies) 336 pp. 2024:7 (Oxford U. Pr., UK) <721-147>
ISBN 978-0-19-892519-4 hard ¥25,047.- (税込) GB£ 90.00

The state is back, and it means business. Since the turn of the 21st century, state-owned enterprises, sovereign funds, and policy banks have vastly expanded their control over assets and markets. Concurrently, governments have experimented with increasingly assertive modalities of statism, from techno-industrial policies and spatial development strategies to economic nationalism and trade and investment restrictions. This book argues that we are currently witnessing a historic arc in the trajectories of state intervention, characterized by a drastic reconfiguration of the state's role as promoter, supervisor, shareholder-investor, and direct owner of capital across the world economy. It offers a comprehensive analysis of this "new state capitalism", as commentators increasingly refer to it, and maps out its key empirical manifestations across a range of geographies, cases, and issue areas. Alami and Dixon show that the new state capitalism is rooted in deep geopolitical economic and financial processes pertaining to the secular development of global capitalism, as much as it is the product of the geoeconomic agency of states and the global corporate strategies of leading firms. The book demonstrates that the proliferation of muscular modalities of statist interventionism and the increasing concentration of capital in the hands of states indicate foundational shifts in global capitalism. This includes a growing fusion of private and state capital, and the development of flexible and liquid forms of property that collapse the distinction between state and private ownership, control, and management. This has fundamental implications for the nature and operations of global capitalism and world politics. This is an open access title available under the terms of a CC BY-NC-ND 4.0 International licence. It is free to read on the Oxford Academic platform and offered as a free PDF download from OUP and selected open access locations.

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Herrmann-Pillath, Carsten / Zhao, Qian (eds.), East Asian Ethical Life and Socio-Economic Transformation in the Twenty-First Century: The Ethical Sources of the Entrepreneurial Renewal of Companies and Communities. (Routledge Studies in the Growth Economies of Asia) 320 pp. 2024:6 (Routledge, UK) <721-154>
ISBN 978-1-03-248498-3 hard ¥36,179.- (税込) GB£ 130.00

This book considers ethical culture in East Asia, examines the impact it has had on economic and social transformation, and explores what effect it might have on solving current problems. It views the ethical culture of East Asia, that is the beliefs, values and practices that define East Asian societies' conceptions of ethics in everyday life, as different from what pertains in the West, with more emphasis in East Asia on respect for ancestors, concern about propriety of behaviour, and notions of community. The book discusses how these particular East Asian values are being applied, for example in family businesses, and how they might further be applied, to solve current crucial challenges for humanity, such as climate change, ageing and persistent inequality, challenges that are not being solved by an exclusive focus on economic growth alone. The book includes a consideration of ethical innovation, for example distinct forms of ecological ethics enshrined in newly emerging economic organizations, such as social entrepreneurship.

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中国の一帯一路イニシアチブを理解する
Yu, Hong, Understanding China's Belt and Road Initiative. (Asia in Transition 26) 210 pp. 2024:2 (Springer, GW) <720-613>
ISBN 978-981-9996-32-2 hard ¥11,711.- (税込) EUR 49.99
ISBN 978-981-9996-35-3 paper ¥9,368.- (税込) EUR 39.99

This open access book provokes critical thinking regarding the most ambitious Chinese project since the founding of the People's Republic of China, The Belt and Road Initiative (BRI). The book presents extensive quality research and original insights in assessing the status of China's outbound investment and construction projects under the BRI umbrella. Referring to case studies and projects of selected countries from Southeast Asia, Central Asia, and the Middle East, the author sheds new light on the issues and problems associated with the BRI's implementation and discusses both the readjustments and prospects for the BRI. Finally, this book demarcates the limits and potential of the world's second largest economy in pushing for the BRI, which is challenged by enormous domestic tensions and external pressures. It also identifies and analyzes potential new collaboration areas between the Belt and Road countries and China under the BRI framework in the context of the post-COVID-19 era. It provides an outstanding reference for academics, students, policymakers, and the business community working in areas of international affairs and Asian economics and development, particularly those interested in Sino-relations and Chinese power dynamics in the global world order.

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Gallagher, Janice K. / Kruks-Wisner, Gabrielle et al., Claim-Making in Comparative Perspective: Everyday Citizenship Practice and Its Consequences. (Elements in the Politics of Development) 92 pp. 2024:3 (Cambridge U. Pr., UK) <720-637>
ISBN 978-1-00-951781-2 hard ¥13,911.- (税込) GB£ 49.99

Claim-making - the everyday strategies through which citizens pursue rights fulfilment - is often overlooked in studies of political behavior, which tend to focus on highly visible, pivotal moments: elections, mass protests, high court decisions, legislative decisions. But what of the politics of the everyday? This Element takes up this question, drawing together research from Colombia, South Africa, India, and Mexico. The authors argue that claim-making is a distinct form of citizenship practice characterized by its everyday nature, which is neither fully programmatic nor clientelistic; and which is prevalent in settings marked by gaps between the state's de jure commitments to rights and their de facto realization. Under these conditions, claim making is both meaningful (there are rights to be secured) and necessary (fulfillment is far from guaranteed). Claim-making of this kind is of critical consequence, both materially and politically, with the potential to shape how citizens engage (or disengage) the state.

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B.クシュナー著 不正義の地理学-記憶と歴史の間の東アジアの戦い
Kushner, Barak, The Geography of Injustice: East Asia's Battle between Memory and History. 360 pp. 2024:3 (Cornell U. Pr., US) <720-638>
ISBN 978-1-5017-7401-0 hard ¥12,278.- (税込) US$ 56.95 *

In The Geography of Injustice, Barak Kushner argues that the war crimes tribunals in East Asia formed and cemented national divides that persist into the present day. In 1946 the Allies convened the Tokyo Trial to prosecute Japanese wartime atrocities and Japan's empire. At its conclusion one of the judges voiced dissent, claiming that the justice found at Tokyo was only "the sham employment of a legal process for the satisfaction of a thirst for revenge." War crimes tribunals, Kushner shows, allow for the history of the defeated to be heard. In contemporary East Asia a fierce battle between memory and history has consolidated political camps across this debate. The Tokyo Trial courtroom, as well as the thousands of other war crimes tribunals opened in about fifty venues across Asia, were legal stages where prosecution and defense curated facts and evidence to craft their story about World War Two. These narratives and counter narratives form the basis of postwar memory concerning Japan's imperial aims across the region. The archival record and the interpretation of court testimony together shape a competing set of histories for public consumption. The Geography of Injustice offers compelling evidence that despite the passage of seven decades since the end of the war, East Asia is more divided than united by history.

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Yin, Qingfei, State Building in Cold War Asia: Comrades and Competitors on the Sino-Vietnamese Border. 294 pp. 2024:8 (Cambridge U. Pr., UK) <720-643>
ISBN 978-1-00-942664-0 hard ¥23,655.- (税込) GB£ 85.00

Departing from conventional studies of border hostility in inter-Asian relations, Qingfei Yin explores how two revolutionary states - China and Vietnam - each pursued policies that echoed the other and collaborated in extending their authority from 1949 to 1975. Making use of central and local archival sources in both Chinese and Vietnamese, she reveals how the people living on the border responded to such unprecedentedly aggressive state building, and especially how they appropriated the language of socialist brotherhood to negotiate with authorities. During the continuous Indochina wars, state expansion thus did not unfold on this post-colonial borderlands in a coherent or linear manner. Weaving together international, national, and transnational-local histories, this deeply researched and original study presents a new approach to the highly volatile Sino-Vietnamese relations during the Cold War, centering on the two modernising revolutionary states' competitive and collaborative state building on the borderlands and local responses to it.

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アジアにおける無国籍
Foster, Michelle / Neo, Jaclyn / Sperfeldt, C. (eds.), Statelessness in Asia. 350 pp. 2024:8 (Cambridge U. Pr., UK) <720-417>
ISBN 978-1-00-939959-3 hard ¥29,221.- (税込) GB£ 105.00

This interdisciplinary collection, edited by leading scholars, provides the first book-length treatment of statelessness in the region in which most stateless persons reside. This book fills a critical gap in understanding statelessness in Asia, offering a unique interdisciplinary and comprehensive set of perspectives. This book brings case studies and expertise together to explore statelessness in Asia, itself a diverse region, and offers new insights as to what it means to be, de facto and de jure, stateless. In identifying key points of similarities and divergences across the region, as well as critical nodes for comparisons, this book aims to provide fresh frameworks for comparative research in this area.

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Tezcuer, Guenes Murat, Liminal Minorities: Religious Difference and Mass Violence in Muslim Societies. (Religion and Conflict) 270 pp. 2024:4 (Cornell U. Pr., US) <720-119>
ISBN 978-1-5017-7467-6 hard ¥28,028.- (税込) US$ 130.00
ISBN 978-1-5017-7468-3 paper ¥6,888.- (税込) US$ 31.95

Liminal Minorities addresses the question of why some religious minorities provoke the ire of majoritarian groups and become targets of organized violence, even though they lack significant power and pose no political threat. Guenes Murat Tezcuer argues that these faith groups are stigmatized across generations, as they lack theological recognition and social acceptance from the dominant religious group. Religious justifications of violence have a strong mobilization power when directed against liminal minorities, which makes these groups particularly vulnerable to mass violence during periods of political change. Offering the first comparative-historical study of mass atrocities against religious minorities in Muslim societies, Tezcuer focuses on two case studies-the Islamic State's genocidal attacks against the Yezidis in northern Iraq in the 2010s and massacres of Alevis in Turkey in the 1970s and 1990s-while also addressing discrimination and violence against followers of the Baha'i faith in Iran and Ahmadis in Pakistan and Indonesia. Analyzing a variety of original sources, including interviews with survivors and court documents, Tezcuer reveals how religious stigmatization and political resentment motivate ordinary people to participate in mass atrocities.

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Sili, Marcelo / Kozel, A. / Mizbar, S. et al. (eds.), Exploring Hope: Case Studies of Innovation, Change and Development in the Global South. (Diverse Perspectives on Creating a Fairer Society) 356 pp. 2024:8 (Emerald, UK) <720-149>
ISBN 978-1-83549-737-1 hard ¥24,794.- (税込) US$ 115.00

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Sheng, Edmund Li, A Tale of Three Cities: Urban Governance of Shanghai, Hong Kong, and Singapore During COVID-19. (Sustainable Development Goals Series) 105 pp. 2024:2 (Springer, GW) <720-150>
ISBN 978-981-9991-33-4 hard ¥25,769.- (税込) EUR 109.99

The proposed book presents the cutting-edge research on the urban development of three cities: Shanghai, Hong Kong, and Singapore. By comparing their responses to the COVID-19 pandemic from an international political economic perspective, this book examines the commonalities and differences in urban governance in these three widely recognized and well-developed Asian cities with outward-oriented economies through the lens of world-systems theory and related theories of historicism. These cities are all generally considered to be under authoritarian regimes, but there are substantial differences in their social systems, rules of law and justice, and administrative structures. In the context of globalization, the cities are competing on a more even playing field. In addition, city governments worldwide are increasingly pursuing growth, land markets, urban regeneration, and large-scale public projects. With the advent of globalization, urban development is gradually changing from the past crude model of spatial expansion and land finance to a more refined model of socioeconomic development driven by industrial upgrading and enhanced consumption. However, cities' political and economic contexts and governance systems vary greatly. Unsurprisingly, given their differences, the three cities of Shanghai, Hong Kong, and Singapore demonstrated varied responses to the COVID-19 pandemic. This book discusses the efforts of these governments to address and reduce the spread of COVID-19 as well as how national responses to the pandemic outbreak were influenced by global dynamics, geopolitics, and each nation's particular historical context.

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鈴木透著 東アジアの比較人口史
Suzuki, Toru, Comparative Population History of Eastern Asia. 209 pp. 2024:2 (Springer, GW) <720-193>
ISBN 978-981-9993-66-6 hard ¥28,112.- (税込) EUR 119.99

This book compares the population history of Japan, Korea, Taiwan, and China to understand such emergent changes as extremely low fertility in Korea and Taiwan, compressed urbanization and a massive diaspora from Korea, early population aging relative to economic development in China, and changing patterns of cross-border migration in the region. After discussing the origin of each ethnic group, premodern population changes are examined by reviewing historical demographic studies including those written in local languages. A new population estimation for premodern Korea is also presented. Topics covered in this book include population growth, fertility, mortality, domestic and cross-border migration, marriage, divorce, and households. Contrasts between economic and population giants (China and Japan), former Japanese colonies (Korea and Taiwan), feudalism and Confucianism (Japan and others), and capitalism and socialism of the same ethnic groups (South and North Korea, Taiwan, and China) provide a fresh view of population dynamics in relation to political, economic, and cultural changes. The population study of Eastern Asia has great importance. If economic development is checked by early and rapid aging, it functions to preserve the conventional Euro-centric world system and Pax Americana. On the other hand, if China succeeds in further development while sustaining a socialist dictatorship, it is a challenge to the authority of liberal democracy. If the institution of marriage remains robust and extramarital births do not increase in Eastern Asia, it implies that an aspect of family change is culturally dependent. This book provides clues to help answer such important questions.

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インド太平洋の新しい世界政治
C. A., Josukutty / Lobo, Joyce Sabina (eds.), The New World Politics of the Indo-Pacific: Perceptions, Policies and Interests. (Indo-Pacific in Context) 248 pp. 2024:6 (Routledge, UK) <719-777>
ISBN 978-1-03-263864-5 hard ¥36,179.- (税込) GB£ 130.00
ISBN 978-1-03-276639-3 paper ¥10,850.- (税込) GB£ 38.99

The book offers vivid analysis of new geopolitics in the Indo-Pacific in terms of big power rivalry between US-China and country wise perspectives situating largely within the late 2000s and culminates with developments of the COVID 19 period. The great power shift marked by the rise of China and the relative decline of the US poses a serious challenge to the balance of power in the Indo-Pacific region and the world order in general. Ironically the play of realism in the region is stymied by broad partnerships of key countries that utilize the liberal approaches of cooperation with both rivals- the USA and China. The book captures the mosaic of stakeholders-rivals the US and China along with Russia; other QUAD members Australia, India, and Japan; key ASEAN members, Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, and Vietnam; vulnerable states in East Asia viz., Taiwan and South Korea; and groupings including the ASEAN and QUAD- that constitutes the new world politics of the Indo-pacific.The volume will be of great interest to scholars and researchers of Indo-Pacific studies, global politics and international relations.

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中国とユーラシアの国際関係ハンドブック
Sahakyan, Mher (ed.), Routledge Handbook of Chinese and Eurasian International Relations. 472 pp. 2024:6 (Routledge, UK) <719-788>
ISBN 978-1-03-257376-2 hard ¥57,051.- (税込) GB£ 205.00

The Routledge Handbook of Chinese and Eurasian International Relations explores China's relations with the Eurasian continent's regions and countries in a multipolar era, providing an equal and in a balanced platform for scholars and practitioners from East, West, North, and South. This diversity enriches the contribution, giving it a dynamic ability to examine sources in different languages and cover a vast geographic region.Divided into ten parts, the book analyses the major powers in a multipolar world order, China's political and economic interests in Post-Soviet Eurasia, Middle East, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Arctic, and its relations with the Eurasian Economic Union and NATO. International technology and the environmental experts consider the impact of the Belt and Road Initiative, along with other international economic and transport corridors and examine China's multilateral relations and Digital Silk Road and e-governance roles.This groundbreaking book will be of interest to policymakers, businessmen, scholars, and students of area studies, cybersecurity and digitalization, economics, security studies, the politics of international trade, Middle East politics, foreign policy, global governance, and international organizations.

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南シナ海の難問を解く
Bhatt, Pooja, Nine Dash Line: Deciphering the South China Sea Conundrum. 288 pp. 2024:6 (Routledge, UK) <719-807>
ISBN 978-1-03-277760-3 hard ¥36,179.- (税込) GB£ 130.00

The South China Sea (SCS) has been in the spotlight since the Permanent Court of Arbitration's ruling in 2016, favouring the Philippines on its maritime entitlements. China rejected the verdict and militarized the islands while asserting its 'historic rights' over more than 80% of the SCS. This book examines China's behaviour in the SCS from multiple perspectives like history, environment, law, trade, security, and its relations with Southeast Asian countries that have their own EEZ claims in the SCS, revealing that their actions align with their grand strategy of becoming a global and maritime superpower by 2050 with the Nine Dash Line at its centre.Print edition not for sale in South Asia (India, Sri Lanka, Nepal, Bangladesh, Pakistan and Bhutan)

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平和構築のための子ども、若者、参加型のアート
Breed, Ananda / Marambio, H.-U. / Pells, K. et al. (eds.), Children, Youth and Participatory Arts for Peacebuilding: Lessons from Kyrgyzstan, Rwanda, Indonesia and Nepal. (Routledge Studies in Development and Society) 312 pp. 2024:6 (Routledge, UK) <719-808>
ISBN 978-1-03-213591-5 hard ¥36,179.- (税込) GB£ 130.00

This book demonstrates how participatory arts-based approaches can help children and youth contribute to peacebuilding within post-conflict contexts and to their communities.Cultural forms of storytelling through visual arts, drama, music, and dance can help to enhance post-conflict community wellbeing, social cohesion, and conflict prevention. However, in the planning and implementation of these arts-based projects, children and youth are often marginalised in decision making processes. Drawing on cases from Kyrgyzstan, Rwanda, Indonesia and Nepal, this book demonstrates the benefits of participatory action research with children and youth to inform education curricula and policies for sustaining peace. Showing how artforms can be adapted to meet the needs of children and youth, the book emphasises the need to scale-up arts-based peacebuilding initiatives and leverage for greater policy enactment from the bottom-up. It is also an excellent example of South-South learning, advocating for a local approach to engage with arts-based methodologies and peacebuilding. This book will be of interest to researchers across the applied arts, sociology, anthropology, political science, peacebuilding, and international development.Practitioners and policy makers would also benefit from the book's recommendations for the implementation of successful arts-based research projects and interventions.

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『坤輿万国全図』のグローバルヒストリーに向けて
Cams, Mario / Papelitzky, Elke (eds.), Remapping the World in East Asia: Toward a Global History of the "Ricci Maps". 277 pp. 2024:2 (U. Hawai'i Pr., US) <719-841>
ISBN 978-0-8248-9504-4 hard ¥16,385.- (税込) US$ 76.00

When European missionaries arrived in East Asia in the sixteenth century, they entered ongoing conversations about cosmology and world geography. Soon after, intellectuals in Ming China, Edo Japan, and Joseon Korea selectively encompassed elements of the late Renaissance worldview, leading to the creation of new artifacts that mitigated old and new knowledge in creative ways. Simultaneously, missionaries and their collaborators transcribed, replicated, and recombined from East Asian artifacts and informed European audiences about the newly discovered lands known as the "Far East." All these new artifacts enjoyed long afterlives that ensured the continuous remapping of the world in the following decades and centuries.Focusing on artifacts, this expansively illustrated volume tells the story of a meeting of worldviews. Tracing the connections emanating from each artifact, the authors illuminate how every map, globe, or book was shaped by the intellectual, social, and material cultures of East Asia, while connecting multiple global centers of learning and print culture. Crossing both historical and historiographical boundaries reveals how this series of artifacts embody a continuous and globally connected process of mapping the world, rather than a grand encounter between East and West.As such, this book rewrites the narrative surrounding the so-called "Ricci Maps," which assumes that one Jesuit missionary brought scientific cartography to East Asia by translating and adapting a Renaissance world map. It argues for a revision of that narrative by emphasizing process and connectivity, displacing the European missionary and "his map" as central actors that supposedly bridged a formidable civilizational divide between Europe and China. Rather than a single map authored by a European missionary, a series of materially different artifacts were created as a result of discussions between the Jesuit Matteo Ricci and his Chinese contacts during the last decades of Ming rule. Each of these gave rise to the production of new artifacts that embodied broader intellectual conversations. By presenting eleven original chapters by Asian, European, and American scholars, this work covers an extensive range of artifacts and crosses boundaries between China, Japan, Korea, and the global pathways that connected them to the other end of the Eurasian landmass.

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開発と平和のためのスポーツにおけるグローバル・サウス・ハンドブック
Graeff, Billy / Safarikova, Simona et al. (eds.), Routledge Handbook of the Global South in Sport for Development and Peace. (Routledge International Handbooks) 760 pp. 2024:6 (Routledge, UK) <719-843>
ISBN 978-1-03-266756-0 hard ¥57,051.- (税込) GB£ 205.00

This book explores the field of Sport for Development and Peace (SDP), putting Global South voices and perspectives at the centre of the analysis. Covering a wide range of thematic and methodological areas that inform existing and emerging discourses in SDP, it represents an unparalleled resource for researchers and practitioners working in this area. Arranged into geographical sections covering Africa, Asia, South America, North America and Oceania, the book presents original research in Global South countries or by Global South researchers and practitioners, sometimes in collaboration with colleagues from the Global North. It highlights practices and theories created, developed, interpreted and reinterpreted by people who belong to the communities where these sporting experiences have been taking place, and whose critical reflections and experiences have yet to gain attention in international academic and practitioner communities in the English language. The book presents the views of diverse stakeholders, program participants, promoters, coaching staff, volunteers, researchers, teachers, lecturers and other actors that have been difficult to access for researchers who do not usually speak languages other than English. A landmark publication in the field of sport for development and peace, this book is essential reading for any advanced student, research, practitioner or policy-maker with an interest in the value of sport in international development.

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18世紀フランス植民地における弾圧
Houllemare, Marie, Justices d'empire: la repression dans les colonies francaises au XVIIIe siecle. 441 p. 2024:1 (PUF, FR) <719-844>
ISBN 978-2-13-083277-5 paper ¥6,091.- (税込) EUR 26.00

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Hupfauf, Peter, The Art of the Eurasian Steppe: Its Influence on European Cultures. 176 pp. 2024:6 (Routledge, UK) <719-845>
ISBN 978-1-03-269989-9 hard ¥36,179.- (税込) GB£ 130.00

The Art of the Eurasian Steppe is a contextual analysis which traces the stylistic transformation of artefacts depicting animals from various cultures of the Eurasian steppe, and investigates its possible influence on Central and Northern European art. A wide range of individual cultures are "visited" and their historic, cultural and geographic specifics are explored. The survey in this book is based on a chronological structure, including an East-West geographic direction. This accommodates to position described artefacts of certain styles within time periods, cultures and locations.Most of the existing literature related to cultures of the Eurasian steppe is specialised on one particular culture or one archaeological excavation. The book is written as a hypothetical journey through time and space, structured in an east to west direction. It provides a wide-reaching overview by placing the discussed artefacts into a cultural, geographic, and chronologic frame, particularly the thousand years between 500 BC and 500 AD. Artistic expression and style are a central theme to explore possible relationships between civilisations of the Eurasian steppe and its influence on medieval Central and Northern European creation of artefacts.Academics in the fields of art history, archaeology, history and fine arts will find this book compelling/useful.

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Roberts, Peder / Mancilla, Alejandra (eds.), Colonialism and Antarctica: Attitudes, Logics, and Practices. 312 pp. 2024:7 (Manchester U. Pr., UK) <719-846>
ISBN 978-1-5261-7063-7 hard ¥25,047.- (税込) GB£ 90.00

This book explores how the concept of colonialism can help to understand the past and present of Antarctica, and how Antarctica may illuminate the limits of colonialism as an analytic concept. Despite lacking an indigenous population, the continent has been shaped by many of the same political and economic forces that have defined the rest of the world - notwithstanding its unique governance arrangement, the Antarctic Treaty System. The book provides a fresh and timely set of contributions that critically explore different practices, attitudes and logics that suggest that colonialism may have been and may still be present in Antarctica, ranging from religion to material culture to the treatment of animals. The chapters also explore the connection between colonialism and cognate terms like capitalism, socialism, nationalism, and environmentalism.

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欧州による儒教革命の発見-中国、日本、韓国、ベトナムの近代の体制変化の古典的ルーツ
Williams, David, The European Discovery of Confucian Revolution: The Classic Roots of Modern Regime Change in China, Japan, Korea and Vietnam. (Routledge Studies in the Modern History of Asia) 240 pp. 2024:6 (Routledge, UK) <719-848>
ISBN 978-1-03-244911-1 hard ¥36,179.- (税込) GB£ 130.00

This book argues that Western studies of East-Asian politics are generally flawed due to their adherence to the premise that liberal democracy is the best form of governance.The book rejects the three main schools of the Western interpretation of Oriental politics and instead examines the border-transcending powers of Confucianism that have, over more than twenty-two centuries, transformed the politics of East Asia. By circumventing the fundamental methodical and ethical assumptions of the Anglophone hegemonic discourse on the politics of the non-Western world, it effectively presents an alternative to traditional Western interpretations of East Asian politics.Written in an erudite and engaging way this book will be a valuable resource for scholars and students of Asian studies, Asian politics and political philosophy.

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国内・国際政治における人権の相互依存-グローバル・サウスの政治への抑制と均衡の影響
Goldstein, Rami / Nachmias, Nitza (eds.), Human Rights Interdependence in National and International Politics: Checks and Balances Effect on Global South Politics. (Routledge Studies in Contextual and Intercultural Perspectives on Human Rights) 320 pp. 2024:6 (Routledge, UK) <719-481>
ISBN 978-1-03-233410-3 hard ¥36,179.- (税込) GB£ 130.00

This book offers a new approach to human rights by analyzing the role of checks and balances governmentalism, and systems intended for the prevention of human rights violations and the enforcement of norms and rules, such as International Non-Governmental Organizations (INGO), and domestic Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs).Although the Global South has made significant progress in promoting human rights, the book presents case studies that offer innovative, political, historical, and social perspectives on how the International Human Rights Regime (IHRG) is practiced, and critically examines the interpretation, inconsistency, and application of the human rights norms in the Global South. It shows how the state mobilization of human rights is directly affected by the interdependence existing between the national and transnational levels.This book will be of key interest to scholars, students and practitioners in human rights, international law, global governance, international and non-governmental organizations, and more broadly to comparative politics, international relations, and the social sciences

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東アジアにおける出生率と児童ケア
Wu, Xiaogang / Zhou, Muzhi / Kan, Man-Yee (eds.), Fertility and Childcare in East Asia: Gender Dynamics and Intergenerational Support. 318 pp. 2024:6 (Routledge, UK) <719-282>
ISBN 978-1-03-269629-4 hard ¥36,179.- (税込) GB£ 130.00

This textbook explores recent research on the topics of gender inequalities, intergenerational support, and family in select East Asian societies, including China, Hong Kong, Taiwan, and Japan.East Asian societies have been undergoing rapid economic development over the last three decades, whether gender (couple) relations and families in East Asian societies have also been undergoing transformations remain less clear. The chapters in this book uncover dynamic and evolving couple and intergenerational relationships within families in East Asia, together with the persistent impact on time use, housework and childcare. They provide a rich source for understanding gender dynamics, intergenerational relations, and childbearing and rearing in East Asia, at a time when it is expected that families and gender relations in East Asia will continue to evolve with characteristics of both modern gender egalitarian values and traditional family obligations.A rare and valuable resource, this textbook will be a key resource for researchers, scholars and practitioners of Sociology, Development Studies, Mainland China, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Japan and Comparative studies who wish to study gender and family relations in East Asia, a rapidly developing region with a shared Confucian culture. The chapters in this volume were originally published in Chinese Sociological Review.

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Blackburn, Anne M., Buddhist-Inflected Sovereignties across the Indian Ocean: The Pali Arena, 1200-1550. (New Southeast Asia: Politics, Meaning, and Memory) 277 pp. 2024:2 (U. Hawai'i Pr., US) <719-122>
ISBN 978-0-8248-9488-7 hard ¥14,660.- (税込) US$ 68.00

Buddhist-Inflected Sovereignties across the Indian Ocean draws attention to the varied, historically contingent, and sometimes competing, arguments for and about sovereignty that operated in the Pali arena during the first half of the second millennium AD. It was a time of expanding interaction within the Indian Ocean just prior to Portuguese colonial presence in Southern Asia. Developing a linked series of case studies and examining territories now subsumed within the nation-states of Sri Lanka, Burma/Myanmar, and Thailand, Blackburn examines sovereign arguments expressed textually, as well as in the built environment, by persons with an interest in the teachings and institutions associated with Gotama Buddha. These cases show that no single model of Buddhist-inflected sovereignty dominated the Pali arena during this time, and that there was no stable vision of "Buddhist kingship." Rather, over time, there was an accrual of possible models and pathways for argumentation about how sovereigns could and should relate to buddha-sasana. Taking inspiration from diverse sources transmitted through multiple forms and media, arguments for and about sovereignty in the Pali arena were contested and rapidly changing. As the Indian Ocean increasingly shaped the flow of people, objects, and ideas, more peoples and territories participated in the Pali arena, attracted by its intellectual and aesthetic resources.Drawing on extensive scholarship and a wide range of multilingual source materials from premodern Sri Lanka, Burma, Thailand, and Cambodia, Anne M. Blackburn develops innovative conclusions about the relationships between textuality, sovereignty, maritime connectivity, and material culture in each of these areas. The book contributes simultaneously to several fields of study: the intellectual history of Southern Asia, literary and historical scholarship on Buddhism, and historical studies of the Indian Ocean. By offering accessible yet in-depth analysis, Buddhist-Inflected Sovereignties across the Indian Ocean connects research fields and introduces new interpretive possibilities for the study of sovereignty, politics, premodern textual cultures, and Buddhism.

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国際法・政治としての南シナ海紛争
Seo, Youngmin, The South China Sea Dispute as International Law and Politics: Discovering the Role of Law in Times of Power Shift. (Maritime Cooperation in East Asia 13) 267 pp. 2024:7 (Brill / Nijhoff, NE) <718-525>
ISBN 978-90-04-69634-1 hard ¥33,504.- (税込) EUR 143.00

Digging deep into the fields of international law (IL) and international relations (IR) theory, this book offers a groundbreaking interdisciplinary exploration of legal solutions to the South China Sea dispute. Youngmin Seo navigates the complex terrain of the role of international law in times of power redistribution, presenting unique insights that redefine perspectives. Seamlessly blending IR and IL perspectives and providing a nuanced understanding of this global issue in the Indo-Pacific, this work is a beacon in turbulent waters.

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インド太平洋の安全保障-米中の競争と地域国家の反応
Khoo, Nicholas / Nicklin, Germana et al. (eds.), Indo-Pacific Security: US-China Rivalry and Regional States' Responses. 192 pp. 2024:2 (World Scientific, SI) <718-580>
ISBN 978-1-80061-484-0 hard ¥14,660.- (税込) US$ 68.00 *

Following the 2008 Beijing Olympics and Global Financial Crisis, China's foreign policy shifted to become more assertive, effecting a systematic deterioration in the US-China relationship. In 2017, the US' China policy shifted from that of 'engagement' to 'strategic competition' under Trump - a policy which has remained under the Biden administration.Indo-Pacific Security: US-China Rivalry and Regional States' Responses explores how states in the Indo-Pacific region have had to adjust to the reality and implications of this growing great power rivalry. In the process, this book fills a gap in the area studies, international relations, and security studies literature. It provides a compelling account of the trajectory of US-China relations while illuminating the varied responses of regional states: from Australia, India and Japan, to South Korea, Thailand, Taiwan, and Pacific Island states.

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新しい国際秩序における中国とインドのポストコロニアルの国家性
Karmazin, Ales, Liquid Sovereignty: Post-Colonial Statehood of China and India in the New International Order. (Palgrave Studies in International Relations) 262 pp. 2023:12 (Palgrave Macmillan, UK) <718-610>
ISBN 978-3-031-47904-5 hard ¥28,112.- (税込) EUR 119.99

This book project studies the variation of sovereignty in international order by analysing how the general model of sovereignty is localised in the political practice of two major non-Western rising powers, namely China and India. It aims to investigate how the sovereignty of these states is constituted, which includes the question of how sovereignty works and becomes constituted in specific contexts and cases that fall outside the discourses and positions of the so-called Westphalian (conservative, absolutist) sovereignty that is dominantly advocated by these two states on a global level. The core of this project explores specific contested cases and situates them vis-a-vis the broader approaches of China and India to sovereignty. I specifically analyse four particular cases: China's approach to sovereignty in relation to Hong Kong and Taiwan and India's approach to sovereignty in relation to Bhutan and Kashmir. In doing so, I will illustrate that sovereignty is a flexible and plastic phenomenon which can be intertwined with principles, models or practices that are usually seen as divergent from or contradicting sovereignty; for example, those that derive from China's and India's imperial and colonial history.

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非伝統的安全保障の問題における予防外交-ASEAN・中国の公衆衛生及び環境協力
Yang, Yue / Qiao, Youlin (eds.), Preventive Diplomacy in Non-traditional Security Issues: ASEAN-China Public Health and Environmental Cooperation. (Series on Asian Regional Cooperation Studies 10) 200 pp. 2024:3 (World Scientific, SI) <718-620>
ISBN 978-981-12-8569-1 hard ¥16,816.- (税込) US$ 78.00

As a key part and parcel of sustainable development of ASEAN-China relations, cooperation in non-traditional security issues has become a new growth area for both sides. This book is divided into three parts. The first part takes stock of Public-Private Partnership (PPP) in 30 years of ASEAN-China public health cooperation, covering topics such as digital health and personnel training cooperation, global vaccine distribution and PPP in public health in Laos, Myanmar and Vietnam. The second part explores how to reconnect ASEAN and China, which includes sharing the experiences of member states on vaccine multilateralism and offering proposals for practicable and safer regional standards to institute green lanes, travel bubbles and COVID-19 travel passports to strengthen the regional economy, especially in mass tourism. The third part introduces ASEAN-China cooperation on Nature based solutions (NBS) to environmental issues, including Southeast Asia's vulnerability to climate change and its Low Carbon Pathway, and NBS for climate change adaptation in Vietnam's Mekong Delta.

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Chang, H. K., Mapping Civilizations Across Eurasia. 487 pp. 2024:3 (Palgrave Macmillan, UK) <718-646>
ISBN 978-981-9976-40-9 hard ¥32,798.- (税込) EUR 139.99

This book is a history reader and cultural primer for students and aspiring scholars of past and contemporary interactions among civilizations over the Eurasian landmass. Tracing a human journey that spans several million years, this general survey of civilizations comprises seven sections: Studies on Civilization, Silk Road, Survey of Greater Central Asia, Portrait of India, Persian Cultural Sphere, Caucasus, and Turkish March. The first section introduces methodologies and perspectives for civilization studies. The second focuses on the concept and connotations of the ancient Silk Road as well as China's 21st-century strategic Belt & Road Initiative. In the remaining five sections, the trilingual, peripatetic author, based on his experiences and reflections, provides introductions to and comments on the history, literature, art, social tensions, and future development of five key areas along the Silk Road, i.e., Central Asia, India, Iran, Caucasus, and Turkey.

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Chao, Glenda / Foster, Christopher / Valmisa, Mercedes, The Methods and Ethics of Researching Unprovenienced Artifacts from East Asia. (Elements in Ancient East Asia) 75 pp. 2024:1 (Cambridge U. Pr., UK) <718-647>
ISBN 978-1-00-947572-3 hard ¥13,911.- (税込) GB£ 49.99
ISBN 978-1-00-910746-4 paper ¥4,731.- (税込) GB£ 17.00

The immense outpouring of archaeological discoveries this past century has shed new light on ancient East Asia, and China in particular. Yet in concert with this development another, more troubling, trend has likewise gained momentum: the looting of cultural heritage and the sale of unprovenienced antiquities. Scholars face difficult questions, from the ethics of working with objects of unknown provenance, to the methodological problems inherent in their research. The goal of this Element is to encourage scholars to critically examine their relationships to their sources and reflect upon the impact of their research. The three essays in this Element present a range of disciplinary perspectives, focusing on systemic issues and the nuances of method versus ethics, with a case study of the so-called 'Han board' MSS given as a specific illustration.

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T.W.リム他著 東アジアのネゴシエイター
Tan, Lee Cheng / Lim, Tai Wei, The East Asian Negotiator. 284 pp. 2023:12 (World Scientific, SI) <718-652>
ISBN 978-981-12-8050-4 hard ¥21,128.- (税込) US$ 98.00 *

While many (East) Asians are becoming more confident in their own culture and ways of doing things, at the same time, they are open to the melding of east-west ways. Because of this form of cultural hybridization, it is useful to include the authors' multidisciplinary area studies training which decodes some of the cultural symbols and contextual language used in Asian negotiations. They do so keenly with globalization's impact in mind. Due to globalization, western styles of negotiations have constantly engaged closely with negotiations styles in Asia (including East Asia) and the cross-pollination of ideas between the two have resulted in hybridized negotiations styles in the contemporary setting.Distilled practitioner knowledge will be combined with literature review and theoretical readings to share with readers the intricacies as well as theoretician's conceptualizations of East Asian negotiation styles. The book is written from the sub-discipline of cross-cultural negotiating styles, adopting some sociological/anthropological perspectives, anecdotes and concepts to discuss this subject matter.This volume hopes to fill in the gap between theoretical and applied knowledge through the use of theoretical concepts that readers from the West and other English-language textbook readers are familiar with, while supplementing the concepts with practitioner-oriented case studies drawn from actual experiences. This prevents the publication from becoming a theory-heavy text.

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Olson, Kevin, Subaltern Silence: A Postcolonial Genealogy. (New Directions in Critical Theory 90) 384 pp. 2024:5 (Columbia U. Pr., US) <718-67>
ISBN 978-0-231-21446-9 hard ¥30,184.- (税込) US$ 140.00
ISBN 978-0-231-21447-6 paper ¥7,546.- (税込) US$ 35.00

Subordination did not simply fade away in the aftermath of colonialism. Instead, this illuminating book shows, a host of subtle new techniques have arisen that dominate vast categories of people by rendering them silent. Kevin Olson investigates how contemporary societies silence the subaltern: sometimes a literal silencing, often a metaphor for other ways of making people unheard. Such forms of silence make some people invisible, push others to the margins, and devalue the voices and actions of still others.Subaltern Silence traces the development of these techniques to the early years of European colonialism, focusing on Haiti's revolution and postcolonial trajectory. Exploring rich archives from Europe and the postcolonial world, Olson critiques fundamental modern institutions and technologies, such as the public sphere, the free press, and even progressively minded democratic revolution, as sites of exclusion. With the emergence of postcoloniality, he argues, subordination has become increasingly abstract, virtual, and symbolic. Nonetheless, it lies at the heart of contemporary racial politics, divides Global South from Global North, and allocates privileges and burdens in ways that are often scarcely perceptible. Engaging deeply with the thought of Gayatri Spivak and Michel Foucault, Subaltern Silence offers a new genealogy of colonialism and postcoloniality that is both historically informed and theoretically rich.

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阿部哲、T.W.リム編 社会的スティグマとパンデミック
Abe, Satoshi / Lim, Tai Wei (eds.), Social Stigma and the Pandemic: Key Challenges and Responses across Greater Asia. 200 pp. 2024:3 (World Scientific, SI) <718-269>
ISBN 978-981-12-8460-1 hard ¥18,972.- (税込) US$ 88.00

In this book, the focus is on five Asian countries/regions (Iran, Hong Kong, South Korea, Singapore, and Japan) that show distinct approaches to combating infections. It specifically examines how the recent pandemic arose stigma in the context of history and sociocultural relations, how it is discussed and problematized among locals, and how disparate institutions and individuals mobilized to address it. A global comparative analysis across Greater Asia is presented in this book through the contributions of experts from multiple fields who have researched extensively in each region.

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グローバル化の時代におけるアジアの安全保障
Hebron, Lui (ed.), Asian Security in the Age of Globalization. 192 pp. 2024:5 (Routledge, UK) <717-741>
ISBN 978-1-03-275281-5 hard ¥36,179.- (税込) GB£ 130.00

Written in an accessible style it is ideal for undergraduate student readers and course material.Approaching more than simply military concerns, its explorations of each area of Asian security contains pertinent case studies from across East Asia, to provide opportunities for further studies of each topic. Will appeal across Asian politics, comparative politics, security studies, IR and foreign policy.

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