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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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W.アッシャー他著 発展途上国における大量移民の潜在性とリスクに取り組む
Ascher, William / Barter, Shane Joshua, Moving within Borders: Addressing the Potentials and Risks of Mass Migrations in Developing Countries. (Politics, Economics, and Inclusive Development) 361 pp. 2024:1 (Palgrave Macmillan, UK) <716-318>
ISBN 978-3-031-37548-4 hard ¥28,508.- (税込) EUR 119.99

This book highlights the attention that policymakers, activists, and the public should pay to internal migration. Although prominent research has analyzed particular types of internal migration, especially urbanization and internally displaced persons (IDPs), the narrow scope of existing studies cannot capture the overlaps of motivation and circumstances that pose serious policy dilemmas. The book is distinctive in examining the full range of modes and motives of internal migration: state-sponsored or unsponsored, coerced or voluntary, land-seeking or market-seeking, urban or rural, and so on. While approaching internal migration holistically, it also emphasizes how it is distinct from international migrations, especially the central role of the state, whose internal divisions and defensive reactions to challenges often play decisive roles in governing migration. The writing style is geared towards accessibility, making it appropriate for college- and graduate-level students as well as the broader public.

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グローバルなパワー・シフトの時代における発展途上国の差別待遇
Dingwerth, Klaus / Weinhardt, Clara / Eckl, Julian et al., The Unmaking of Special Rights: Differential Treatment of Developing Countries in Times of Global Power Shifts. (New Horizons in International Relations) 360 pp. 2024:2 (E. Elgar, UK) <716-1234>
ISBN 978-1-03-532597-9 hard ¥33,660.- (税込) GB£ 120.00 *

In light of recent significant changes to the global order, The Unmaking of Special Rights explores an often-forgotten aspect of these power shifts: special rights for developing countries. Written by a group of esteemed experts, it analyzes when and how special rights for developing countries have evolved in the context of global power shifts.This informative book outlines how, since decolonization, several global regimes have granted 'disadvantaged' members exemptions, yet the rise of Brazil, India, China, and other countries has led to pressure to adjust these rights to new economic realities. Based on case studies in global trade, climate, and health governance, this groundbreaking book comparatively assesses the evolution of differential treatment across global governance, highlighting how treating all developing countries as a single group has gradually been replaced with a more nuanced approach. Chapters cover differentiated responsibilities in the climate regime, capacity, willingness and need in the health regime, and special and differential treatment in the World Trade Organization (WTO).For academics, researchers and students specializing in international economics, law and politics, international political economy, and public policy, this book will be a vital read. Providing in-depth comparative case studies, it will also be of interest to practitioners and policymakers working in international development organizations.

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アジアにおける欧州研究の関連性
Stoicheva, Maria / Sreejith, S. G. / Gupta, Indranath (eds.), Relevance of European Studies in Asia. 169 pp. 2024:1 (Springer, GW) <716-1271>
ISBN 978-981-9977-85-7 hard ¥26,132.- (税込) EUR 109.99

This book provides perspectives on the relevance of European Studies as a disciplinary category for the Asian region. That being the primary focus, the book serves a larger purpose. First, it provides insights on European society, polity and economy (including European Integration) as they are accounted in European Studies. The epistemological character of the knowledge thus conveyed has larger credibility and reliability such that they can become policy inputs and imaginations for strengthening Asian-European relationship. This approach helps overcome the trap of subjectively motivated discourses on Europe which may fail potential collaborations between the regions. Second, the design and discursivity of European Studies will be an instruction to the Asian region on the constitutive potential of regional studies in society-building. Third, the book works towards building the idea of "Europe" in terms of international law, in the minds of Asian students, researchers and decision-makers. This is extremely relevant for the future relationship and cultural engagement between the two regions. The book is of interest to policymakers, academics, embassies, state-level government offices, researchers and students.

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Chen, Kuan-Jen, Charting America's Cold War Waters in East Asia: Sovereignty, Local Interests, and International Security. (Cambridge Studies in US Foreign Relations) 342 pp. 2024:5 (Cambridge U. Pr., UK) <716-1315>
ISBN 978-1-00-941875-1 hard ¥13,460.- (税込) GB£ 47.99

Shifting the focus from land to sea when considering the Cold War in East Asia, Kuan-Jen Chen sheds light on the importance of the "oceanic" lens as a structural imperative in grand strategic thinking. Despite extensive scholarship on postwar US-East Asia relations, questions about the relationship between maritime space, national sovereignty, and geopolitics have not been fully explored. Drawing on archives in Chinese, English, and Japanese, Chen uses the western Pacific as a historical platform, illustrating the relationship between the geopolitical value of the sea and the strategic deliberations of American and East-Asian decision making. The recent deterioration of US-China relations has turned maritime East Asia into a powder keg, with no country in the region able to remain neutral. By anchoring today's maritime East Asia in the past, this book traces the evolution of historical factors that led to the current status quo in the western Pacific, and shows the origins of controversial in the region.

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Connolly, Jonathan, Worthy of Freedom: Indenture and Free Labor in the Era of Emancipation. 272 pp. 2024:6 (U. Chicago Pr., US) <716-1316>
ISBN 978-0-226-83362-0 hard ¥25,426.- (税込) US$ 115.00
ISBN 978-0-226-83364-4 paper ¥7,185.- (税込) US$ 32.50

A study of Indian indentured labor in Mauritius, British Guiana, and Trinidad that explores the history of indenture's normalization. In this book, historian Jonathan Connolly traces the normalization of indenture from its controversial beginnings to its widespread adoption across the British Empire during the nineteenth century. Initially viewed as a covert revival of slavery, indenture caused a scandal in Britain and India. But over time, economic conflict in the colonies altered public perceptions of indenture, now increasingly viewed as a legitimate form of free labor and a means of preserving the promise of abolition. Connolly explains how the large-scale, state-sponsored migration of Indian subjects to work on sugar plantations across Mauritius, British Guiana, and Trinidad transformed both the notion of post-slavery free labor and the political economy of emancipation. Excavating legal and public debates and tracing practical applications of the law, Connolly carefully reconstructs how the categories of free and unfree labor were made and remade to suit the interests of capital and empire, showing that emancipation was not simply a triumphal event but, rather, a deeply contested process. In so doing, he advances an original interpretation of how indenture changed the meaning of "freedom" in a post-abolition world.

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Haddad, Mary Alice, Environmental Politics in East Asia. (Elements in Politics and Society in East Asia) 102 pp. 2023:12 (Cambridge U. Pr., UK) <716-1318>
ISBN 978-1-00-945436-0 hard ¥14,021.- (税込) GB£ 49.99

Once viewed as an environmental hazard to the planet, East Asia is now at the forefront of pro-environmental policymaking. The region's progress has been both remarkable and surprising given the pro-business orientation of its political systems and their ideological diversity. Through a focus on three environmental policy areas exhibiting different levels of success, this Element shows how governments in China, Japan, South Korea, and Taiwan have been able to craft pro-environmental policy by working in collaboration with business and societal interests. The evolution of the region's eco-developmental states has resulted in exceptional progress in the areas of green technology and green finance, mixed outcomes in pollution management, and negligible improvement in addressing environmental justice. As the planet seeks guidance in addressing our collective climate crisis, East Asia offers both hope and caution for how we can craft pro-environmental policies in diverse political contexts.

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インド洋西部の歴史 1440~1640年
Subrahmanyam, Sanjay, Across the Green Sea: Histories from the Western Indian Ocean, 1440-1640. (Connected Histories of the Middle East and the Global South) 288 pp. 2024:3 (U. Texas Pr., US) <716-1320>
ISBN 978-1-4773-2877-4 hard ¥11,055.- (税込) US$ 50.00 *

A history of two centuries of interactions among the areas bordering the western Indian Ocean, including India, Iran, and Africa. Beginning in the mid-fifteenth century, the regions bordering the western Indian Ocean-"the green sea," as it was known to Arabic speakers-had increasing contact through commerce, including a slave trade, and underwent cultural exchange and transformation. Using a variety of texts and documents in multiple Asian and European languages, Across the Green Sea looks at the history of the ocean from a variety of shifting viewpoints: western India; the Red Sea and Mecca; the Persian Gulf; East Africa; and Kerala. Sanjay Subrahmanyam sets the scene for this region starting with the withdrawal of China's Ming Dynasty and explores how the western Indian Ocean was transformed by the growth and increasing prominence of the Ottoman Empire and the continued spread of Islam into East Africa. He examines how several cities, including Mecca and the vital Indian port of Surat, grew and changed during these centuries, when various powers interacted until famines and other disturbances upended the region in the seventeenth century. Rather than proposing an artificial model of a dominant center and its dominated peripheries, Across the Green Sea demonstrates the complexity of a truly dynamic and polycentric system through the use of connected histories, a method pioneered by Subrahmanyam himself.

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グローバル・サウスにおけるパワー・シェアリング
Wassim Aboultaif, Eduardo / Keil, S. / McCulloch, A. (eds.), Power-Sharing in the Global South: Patterns, Practices and Potentials. (Federalism and Internal Conflicts) 288 pp. 2024:2 (Palgrave Macmillan, UK) <716-1321>
ISBN 978-3-031-45720-3 hard ¥28,508.- (税込) EUR 119.99

Power-sharing serves as a popular conflict resolution device at war's end. Yet, the performance record of such arrangements is highly variable, sometimes leading to peace and stability and at other times to immobilism and institutional collapse. This book explores the adoption, function, and dissolution of power-sharing arrangements across the Global South, including case studies of Colombia, Ethiopia, Malaysia, and Iraq, and others to make sense of this mixed record. Authors identify a range of contextual factors as well as significant variations in the institutional rules and their meaning across the cases that help to explain divergent power-sharing outcomes. Emphasis throughout the chapters is placed on system adaptability for power-sharing success.

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