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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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Carroll, Alison, Soviet Socialist Realism and Art in the Asia-Pacific. (Routledge Research in Art and Politics) 288 pp. 2024:10 (Routledge, UK) <727-705>
ISBN 978-1-03-266130-8 hard ¥39,501.- (税込) GB£ 135.00

This study evaluates how the ideology of Socialist Realism, developed by the Soviets in policies and the practices of art, has been influential in the Asia Pacific region from 1917 until today.Focusing primarily on Russia, then China, Vietnam, Korea, Singapore, Indonesia, the Philippines and Australia, this book demonstrates how each society adopted and adapted the Soviet example to make some of the most important imagery of recent history. Included is an examination of how the practice of Western art history, the nature of art history in Asia and the forces of the Cold War have led to this influence being inadequately acknowledged across Asia and more widely.The book will be relevant to those interested in art history, Asian studies, political history, and cultural history.

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Melber, Takuma / von Lingen, Kerstin (Hrsg.), Kriegsschauplatz Asien: Historische und globale Perspektiven. (Krieg in der Geschichte 125) 320 S. 2024:10 (Schoeningh, GW) <727-783>
ISBN 978-3-506-79134-4 hard ¥19,378.- (税込) EUR 79.00

Asien als Kriegsschauplatz ist in der deutschsprachigen Geschichtswissenschaft bislang nur am Rande behandelt worden. Um das Forschungsfeld auch bei uns zu etablieren, eroeffnet dieser Band historische und globale Perspektiven auf den Kriegsschauplatz Asien. Im historischen Langsschnitt durch alle Epochen werden militarische Konflikte in Asien thematisiert und liefern Impulse fur die globale Forschung zur Kulturgeschichte der Gewalt. Die facettenreichen Beitrage beinhalten verschiedene militargeschichtliche Themenkomplexe im geografischen und historischen Langsschnitt und reichen dabei von der Vormoderne uber das Zeitalter der Kolonialkriege, den Russisch-Japanischen Krieg (1904/05) und die beiden Weltkriege bis an das Ende der in Asien gefuhrten ?heissen Kriege“ des Kalten Krieges.

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権力の移行を超えて-東アジア史の教訓と米中関係の将来
Ma, Xinru / Kang, David, Beyond Power Transitions: The Lessons of East Asian History and the Future of U.S.-China Relations. (Columbia Studies in International Order and Politics) 280 pp. 2024:9 (Columbia U. Pr., US) <727-684>
ISBN 978-0-231-20536-8 hard ¥31,878.- (税込) US$ 140.00
ISBN 978-0-231-20537-5 paper ¥7,969.- (税込) US$ 35.00

Questions about the likelihood of conflict between the United States and China have dominated international policy discussion for years. But the leading theory of power transitions between a declining hegemon and a rising rival is based exclusively on European examples, such as the Peloponnesian War, as chronicled by Thucydides, as well as the rise of Germany under Bismarck and the Anglo-German rivalry of the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. What lessons does East Asian history offer, for both the power transitions debate and the future of U.S.-China relations?Examining the rise and fall of East Asian powers over 1,500 years, Beyond Power Transitions offers a new perspective on the forces that shape war and peace. Xinru Ma and David C. Kang argue that focusing on the East Asian experience underscores domestic risks and constraints on great powers, not relative rise and decline in international competition. They find that almost every regime transition before the twentieth century was instigated by internal challenges and even the exceptions deviated markedly from the predictions of power transition theory. Instead, East Asia was stable for a remarkably long time despite massive power differences because of common understandings about countries' relative status. Provocative and incisive, this book challenges prevailing assumptions about the universality of power transition theory and shows why East Asian history has profound implications for international affairs today.

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A.J.H.レイサム著 1945年以降のアジアにおける米の貿易
Latham, A. J. H., The Rice Trade in Asia. (Routledge Studies in the Modern History of Asia) 258 pp. 2024:8 (Routledge, UK) <727-307>
ISBN 978-1-03-279596-6 hard ¥39,501.- (税込) GB£ 135.00

This book analyses the development of the rice trade in Asia since 1945.This book focuses on the three historically important exporters Myanmar, Thailand, and Vietnam and the two key importers Indonesia and the Philippines. The book addresses the impacts of several major transitions during this period on the rice trade in these nations, namely their initial recovery post-war, the political turbulence during and following the independence struggles of these nations, and the impact of the Vietnam war. It also tracks the fluctuating impact of the various El Nino/ Southern Oscillation (ENSO) climatic events across the period on harvest and exports, for example in events such as the rice crisis of 1973-75.Using data from the London Rice Brokers' Association Circular to create a detailed narrative of the rice trade, this book will be of interest to students and scholars of Asian history, economic history and economic development in post-war Asia.

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人道的な将来-課題と機会
Kent, Randolph C., Humanitarian Futures: Challenges and Opportunities. (Routledge Humanitarian Studies) 246 pp. 2024:9 (Routledge, UK) <727-205>
ISBN 978-1-03-274801-6 hard ¥39,501.- (税込) GB£ 135.00
ISBN 978-1-03-274799-6 paper ¥9,652.- (税込) GB£ 32.99

Humanitarian Futures: Challenges and Opportunities explores the increasing types, dimensions and dynamics of crises threatening the world in the twenty-first century, and argues that those with humanitarian roles and responsibilities can only meet such challenges if their approaches to strategic and operational planning undergo fundamental paradigmatic shifts. Strategically and operationally, such shifts must begin by planning from the future, for the future.Author Randolph Kent, the UN's first Humanitarian Coordinator, with experience in some of the most complex crises of modern times, including Rwanda, Ethiopia, Kosovo, Sudan and Somalia, provides a blueprint for dealing with ever greater complexity on planet Earth and beyond. That blueprint is not about upgrading existing tools or relying upon tried precedence. Rather, it points to a new paradigm for meeting crises. It begins by looking at the changing nature of humanness and governance, and then turns to plausible future crises based on such changes, before concluding with practical steps for dealing with ever more complex humanitarian threats, now and in the future.This book will be an essential read for humanitarian policymakers and practitioners as well as for humanitarian and global studies researchers and students who are and want to be engaged in understanding and preparing for ever more complex and unpredictable humanitarian challenges.

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いかに東アジアにおける弱いリージョナリズムがうまく機能するか-雁行形態論を超えて
Ge Lai, Luna, How Weak Regionalism in East Asia Works Well: Beyond the Flying Geese Model. (China Policy Series) 232 pp. 2024:8 (Routledge, UK) <727-206>
ISBN 978-1-03-261328-4 hard ¥38,038.- (税込) GB£ 130.00

This book investigates the reasons why regional integration in East Asia has been much weaker than in other parts of the world. It focuses particularly on economic factors, examining the economies of the different countries in the region, the linkages between them and between other parts of the world, and the economic sectors which are strong in East Asia. It concludes that the economic factors which make for strong regional integration are not prevalent in East Asia, with each national economy having specific sectoral focuses and priorities for their individual economies which in turn determine the extent to which each country engages with regional institutions such as the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP) or the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP). The book argues that these economic factors which are specific to each national economy override other factors which might make for regional integration, such as political choices or the strength of the regional institutions.

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〔英訳版〕君塚直隆著『立憲君主制の現在』
Kimizuka, Naotaka, Constitutional Monarchy of the Twenty-first Century. 2024:8 (Springer, GW) <726-825>
ISBN 978-981-9743-26-1 hard ¥31,885.- (税込) EUR 129.99

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グローバル・サウスにおける台頭する国家の外交戦略 第2版
Braveboy-Wagner, Jacqueline (ed.), Diplomatic Strategies of Rising Nations in the Global South: The Search for Leadership and Influence. 2nd ed. 476 pp. 2024:7 (Palgrave Macmillan, UK) <726-849>
ISBN 978-3-031-52628-2 hard ¥22,073.- (税込) EUR 89.99

At a time of change in the international system, this book examines how non-traditional leading nations from the Global South have fared to date and what the chances are of their rise to continue. In the second decade of the twenty-first century, the enthusiasm of observers of the international scene about the "rise of the rest" is waning as many countries that were expected to lead the evolving multipolar order are experiencing economic contraction and governance problems. In order to predict further developments, the contributors to this volume focus on the types and sources of the diplomatic strategies that must be executed by rising states if they are to preserve domestic advances as well as gain influence regionally and internationally. Through a comprehensive examination of case studies from Latin America, Africa, Asia, and the Middle East, they show that while there are commonalities among these rising states, unique domestic conditions, values, and traditions impact and predictdiplomatic strategizing and the ability for sustained projection on the international scene.

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政治的暴力-発展途上世界における植民地化、民主主義、紛争
Doces, John A., Political Violence: Colonization, Democracy, and Conflict in the Developing World. (New Horizons in International Relations) 208 pp. 2024:11 (E. Elgar, UK) <726-850>
ISBN 978-1-03-532317-3 hard ¥24,871.- (税込) GB£ 85.00

Examining the role of elections and top-down democracy promotion in Africa, this book focuses on how and why electoral contests are associated with division and violence. It considers whether the Western political model has failed developing countries, in what ways, and how this has affected people's lives.Providing historical analyses of colonization, liberalism, and democracy, John A. Doces challenges the prevailing notions of liberal democracy and instead identifies its promotion as a form of political control and the latest manifestation of the colonial endeavor. Utilizing original data from 11 African case studies, the book finds that non-Western countries do not have the foundations to support competitive processes like democratic elections, which are associated with spikes in violence and fear. Adopting a comparative approach, Doces concludes that imposing Western liberal democracy upon developing societies inflicts harm that persists over time, limiting rather than promoting prosperity.This topical book is invaluable for students and scholars of international relations, political science and public policy, security studies, democracy, regulation and governance, and development studies. Its empirical research will also be of use to policymakers and advisors working in developing countries.

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東アジアの海洋紛争をナビゲートする
Midford, Paul / Bailey, Jennifer / Levy, K. et al. (eds.), Navigating East Asian Maritime Conflicts: Technological Change, Environmental Challenges, Global and Regional Responses. (Palgrave Studies in Maritime Politics and Security) 422 pp. 2024:7 (Palgrave Macmillan, UK) <726-885>
ISBN 978-3-031-51988-8 hard ¥29,432.- (税込) EUR 119.99

As technological development and diffusion have greatly increased the resources states can recover from maritime space, the stakes of these conflicts have grown. Nowhere is this clearer than in East Asia. This book examines how technological change and diffusion impact East Asian maritime conflicts, and approaches for conflict management and resolution.

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大東敬典著 砂糖とインド洋世界-18世紀ペルシア湾における交易と消費
Daito, Norifumi, Sugar and the Indian Ocean World: Trade and Consumption in the Eighteenth-Century Persian Gulf. 248 pp. 2024:8 (Bloomsbury Academic, UK) <726-898>
ISBN 978-1-350-39921-1 hard ¥24,871.- (税込) GB£ 85.00

Tracing the history of the sugar trade and its consumption in the Persian Gulf during the 18th century, this book explores the interplay of social, economic and political interests created by this popular commodity. The study of sugar has, until now, focused mainly on its significant growth in European markets from the mid-17th century and, more recently, parallel developments in East Asia. In this book, Daito how the sugar trade also developed in, and became important to, the Indian Ocean World. Studying how the consumption of sugar wavered after the brutal overthrow of the Safavid dynasty in 1722, this book shows how the Dutch East India Company and the trading network responded to political upheavals in the region and, consequently, the changing trading conditions. Arguing that sugar continued to be imported and consumed despite these political disturbances, Sugar and the Indian Ocean World proves this was not a period of economic stagnation for the region, and shows how sugar became an important intersection between socio-cultural practices and the Indian Ocean economy.

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Kotyk, Jeffrey, Sino-Iranian and Sino-Arabian Relations in Late Antiquity: China and the Parthians, Sasanians, and Arabs in the First Millennium. (Crossroads - History of Interactions across the Silk Routes 8) 250 pp. 2024:8 (Brill, NE) <726-903>
ISBN 978-90-04-69543-6 hard ¥16,925.- (税込) EUR 69.00

What type of exchanges occurred between West and East Asia in the first millennium CE? What sort of connections existed between Persia and China? What did the Chinese know of early Islam? This study offers an overview of the cultural, diplomatic, commercial, and religious relationships that flourished between Iran and China, building on the pioneering work of Berthold Laufer's Sino-Iranica (1919) while utilizing a diverse array of Classical Chinese sources to tell the story of Sino-Iran in a fresh light to highlight the significance of transcultural networks across Asia in late antiquity.

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Lightfoot, Dale, Qanat: Stream of Wells. 880 pp. 2024:9 (Bloomsbury Academic, UK) <726-905>
ISBN 978-1-83860-217-8 hard ¥29,260.- (税込) GB£ 100.00

Qanats are ubiquitous, yet unseen, and a clever adaptation to create streams where none exist in nature. For 3,000 years, they have made life possible in impossible places and still sustain life and livelihoods in many countries today. After 30 years of field research, Dale Lightfoot provides the first comprehensive study of the qanat and sheds new light on their unique locations and distribution, their origins and history, their ecology, current status and use. Qanats are remarkably engineered underground aqueducts, using gravity to bring water to villages and towns where reliable flowing surface water is scarce or absent. Although an ancient technology, more than 46,000 of them still flow around the world today, with their sustainable nature making them a focus of renewed interest. Richly illustrated with images and a series of original maps, this is the most complete record to date of the locations and distribution of qanats worldwide, including examples from the Middle East, North Africa, Europe, Central Asia, China, India, Mexico and South America.

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Leonard Matala-Tala (dir.), L'accord de Samoa entre l'UE, ses Etats membres, et les membres de l'OEACP: rupture ou continuite ? (Colloques & essais) 168 p. 2024:4 (Institut Francophone pour la Justice et la Democratie, FR) <726-728>
ISBN 978-2-37032-409-2 paper ¥4,660.- (税込) EUR 19.00

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Jatto, Abdul L. Abraham, Oil and Gas Pipeline Infrastructure Insecurity: Vandalism, Threats, and Conflicts in the Niger Delta and the Global South. (New Security Challenges) 409 pp. 2024:5 (Palgrave Macmillan, UK) <726-319>
ISBN 978-3-031-56931-9 hard ¥34,338.- (税込) EUR 139.99

This book offers a comprehensive analysis of infrastructure insecurity issues in the historic Niger Delta, drawing on empirical fieldwork involving host communities, regulators, and multinational oil and gas operators. It introduces innovative models and theories, such as a pipeline life cycle model focusing on community development, community neglect aggression displacement theory, social aggression theory, stakeholders' policy development model, contemporary poor governance cycle model, and an infrastructure insecurity nexus model, linking governance, socio-economic conditions, and infrastructure insecurity in resource-rich regions of the Global South. The book bridges gaps left by previous publications, providing depth and applicability of data. It employs the Frustration- Aggression Displacement theory to explain underlying triggers of violence and uses real-world case studies, diagrams, and charts to facilitate understanding. Suitable and engaging for individuals, communities, or regulators involved in oil and gas activities alike, this book offers valuable insights into onshore pipeline infrastructure insecurity in Nigeria, West Africa, and the broader Global South, addressing regulation, compliance, environmental concerns, social aspects, and technological innovations.

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李秀澈、赤尾健一他編 アジアにおけるエネルギー移行と気候変動の諸問題
Lee, Soocheol / Zhang, Shiqiu / Hong, Jong Ho / Nabangchang-Srisawalak, Orapan / Akao, Ken-Ichi et al. (eds.), Energy Transitions and Climate Change Issues in Asia. 270 pp. 2024:7 (Springer, GW) <726-320>
ISBN 978-981-9717-72-9 hard ¥39,244.- (税込) EUR 159.99

The rapid pace of economic development and urbanization in Asia have led to several major problems such as greenhouse gas emissions, mass consumption, and depletion of natural resources. These problems pose a major threat to a sustainable future for Asia and are hindering many Asian countries' goal of becoming carbon-neutral by the middle of this century. Solving these problems requires a comprehensive understanding of the nature of energy consumption, exploitation of natural resources, and deterioration of the environment.To accelerate the green energy transition and promote efficient resource use in Asia, a range of policy options and joint efforts among Asian countries will be required, including carbon pricing, resource tax reform, the expansion of transition finance, support for the development of low-carbon, and resource-efficient social infrastructure. However, Asia is home to many countries, each in a different stage of economic development and with its own culture and customs. Practical implementation of these policies will require bringing together researchers, policymakers, and citizens to share their knowledge and engage in discussions to generate policy ideas that are appropriate for each country. The purpose of this book is to share theoretical and empirical knowledge and convey policy implications that can be expected to accelerate energy transition and resource use effectiveness toward a sustainable future in Asia.

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Koschorke, Klaus, A Short History of Christianity Beyond the West: Asia, Africa, and Latin America 1450-2000. (Theology and Mission in World Christianity 31) 303 pp. 2024:8 (Brill, NE) <726-206>
ISBN 978-90-04-69982-3 paper ¥9,812.- (税込) EUR 40.00

Today, the majority of the world's Christian population lives in the Global South. Knowledge of their history is therefore indispensable. This textbook offers a compact and vivid overview of the history of Christianity in Asia, Africa and Latin America since 1450, focussing on diversity and interdependence, local actors and global effects. Maps, illustrations and numerous photos as well as continuous references to easily accessible source texts support the reader's own reading and its use in various forms of academic teaching.

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Johnson, Donavon, Leadership Fundamentals for Cybersecurity in Public Policy and Administration: Lessons for the Global South. 272 pp. 2024:9 (Routledge, UK) <725-536>
ISBN 978-1-03-280290-9 hard ¥39,501.- (税込) GB£ 135.00
ISBN 978-1-03-280288-6 paper ¥10,822.- (税込) GB£ 36.99

In an increasingly interconnected and digital world, this book provides comprehensive guidance on cybersecurity leadership specifically tailored to the context of public policy and administration in the Global South.Author Donavon Johnson examines a number of important themes, including the key cybersecurity threats and risks faced by public policy and administration, the role of leadership in addressing cybersecurity challenges and fostering a culture of cybersecurity, effective cybersecurity governance structures and policies, building cybersecurity capabilities and a skilled workforce, developing incident response and recovery mechanisms in the face of cyber threats, and addressing privacy and data protection concerns in public policy and administration. Showcasing case studies and best practices from successful cybersecurity leadership initiatives in the Global South, readers will gain a more refined understanding of the symbiotic relationship between cybersecurity and public policy, democracy, and governance. This book will be of keen interest to students of public administration and public policy, as well as those professionally involved in the provision of public technology around the globe.

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H.V.Pant他編 インド、韓国、ASEAN-インド太平洋における中級国家の外交
Pant, Harsh V. / Saha, Premesha (eds.), India, South Korea and the ASEAN: Middle Power Diplomacy in the Indo-Pacific. 200 pp. 2024:8 (Routledge, UK) <725-584>
ISBN 978-1-03-275447-5 hard ¥38,038.- (税込) GB£ 130.00
ISBN 978-1-03-283060-5 paper ¥10,530.- (税込) GB£ 35.99

With the U.S.-China geostrategic competition heating up, the time is opportune for South Korea, ASEAN, and India to draw on their middle power status to bolster regional security and economic cooperation to protect their interests from any potential superpower fallout. This book investigates the diverse possibilities for collaboration within the India-ASEAN-ROK trilateral framework. It explores the various avenues of cooperation that this new trilateral initiative can benefit from, ranging from security, economic, institutional platforms, and technology to sustainable development and climate change. The book provides regional perspectives on India, ASEAN, and ROK to show the growing appetite in these countries for such trilateral initiatives and to forecast the challenges that may arise.Lucid and topical, this book will be an essential read for scholars and researchers of political science, international relations, diplomacy, strategic studies, Southeast Asian studies, East Asia, and South Asian studies. It will also be of use to think tanks and policy makers interested in Indo-Pacific, India-ASEAN, and India-ROK issues.

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Bhatt, Purnima Mehta, Dying' to be White: The Obsession with Fair Skin in India and the Global South. 152 pp. 2024:9 (Routledge, UK) <725-609>
ISBN 978-1-03-218737-2 hard ¥38,038.- (税込) GB£ 130.00
ISBN 978-1-03-223061-0 paper ¥10,822.- (税込) GB£ 36.99

This book examines the phenomenon of colourism in India and the Global South and critically analyses the obsession with fair skin and its association with social capital or mobility.Exploring the prevalence of colourism in India, China, Japan, Vietnam, South Africa, Brazil, Argentina, Kenya, Australia, it traces its roots in history, scriptures, travel narratives, contemporary media and popular culture. How much did Colonialism and European imperialism contribute to the desire to be white? How has globalisation and the spread of consumer culture and western ideals of beauty helped exacerbate these issues? The author discusses these questions while looking at the aspirations for beauty and modernity among these societies and the growing popularity of the use of creams, lotions, and other methods to whiten the skin as a means to assimilate, emulate the West, and gain better prospects and life.Lucid and topical, this book will be an essential read for scholars and researchers of race and colourism, sociology, social history, social anthropology, cultural studies, consumer economics, Asian studies and South Asian studies.

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城所哲夫、瀬田史彦他編 新自由主義政策と不平等-アジアの都市地域からの証拠
Biswas, Arindam / Kidokoro, Tetsuo / Seta, Fumihiko (eds.), Neoliberal Policies and Inequality: Evidence from Asian City Regions. 230 pp. 2024:9 (Routledge, UK) <725-610>
ISBN 978-1-03-211329-6 hard ¥39,501.- (税込) GB£ 135.00

This book explores the discourse on urban and regional inequality within the framework of neoliberalism. It analyzes the widespread application of neoliberal policies in Asian city regions and identifies their influence on rising inequality. The book captures inequality through spatial and non-spatial policy narratives with empirical evidence from India, Japan, South Korea, Taiwan, and Thailand. The book uses analytics, narratives and simulation to unfold the opportunities and threats to urban regions that bear the impacts of globalization and neoliberal policies.Lucid and topical, this book will be an essential read for scholars and researchers of urban economics, urban and regional planning, urban studies, urban sociology, political economy, public policy, governance, development studies and Asian economy.

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Gamble, Ruth / Tan, Gillian G. / Xu, Hongzhang et al., Rivers of the Asian Highlands: From Deep Time to the Climate Crisis. (Routledge Planetary Spaces Series) 336 pp. 2024:9 (Routledge, UK) <725-611>
ISBN 978-1-03-249058-8 hard ¥39,501.- (税込) GB£ 135.00
ISBN 978-1-03-249059-5 paper ¥10,822.- (税込) GB£ 36.99

Rivers of the Asian Highlands introduces readers to the intersecting headwaters of Asia's eight largest rivers, focusing on the upper reaches of two river systems: the Brahmaputra's highland tributaries in the eastern Himalayan Mountains and the Dri Chu (upper Yangzi), which descends from the Tibetan Plateau's east through the Hengduan Mountains.This book guides its readers through these two rivers' physical, environmental, cultural, social, and political histories before providing a multi-faceted assessment of their present. It uses general and detailed insights from multiple disciplines, including anthropology, conservation, geomorphology, climate science, ecology, history, hydrology, and religious studies. The rivers' stories explain how the catchments' hazards-earthquakes, landslides, floods, droughts, and erosion-interact with their energetic, hydrological, ecological, cultural, and social abundance.The book's multiple cultural and disciplinary perspectives on the rivers will be of interest to anyone wants to understand the rivers of this critically important region as the environment faces climate change and other ecological crises.

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Ittner, Irit / Sharma, Sneha / Khambule, I. et al. (eds.), Contested Airport Land: Social-Spatial Transformation and Environmental Injustice in Asia and Africa. (Routledge Research in Planning and Urban Design) 208 pp. 2024:9 (Routledge, UK) <725-612>
ISBN 978-1-03-280003-5 hard ¥39,501.- (税込) GB£ 135.00

Contested Airport Land draws attention to the accelerating airport development in the Global South. Empirical studies provide nuanced analysis of social-economic, administrative and political dynamics on the land beyond the airport grounds, such as the project area of Greenfield development, the airport city, or land resources reserved for future airport expansion.The authors in this book emphasise why airport construction is a politically sensitive issue in low-income and low-middle income countries, which serve as the last development frontier of the aviation sector. They argue that observed airport development was rather motivated by the perception of airports as engines for national economic growth, while improving air mobility of national populations was not the main driver. Under dominant national development visions, airport-induced dynamics threatened local livelihoods by triggering economies of anticipation, the reconfiguration of land markets, rapid land use changes, a transition from rural to urban livelihoods, the displacement of communities, the perpetuation of human-wildlife conflicts, or inter-ethnic violence. The authors also highlight colonial path dependencies, legal pluralism in land tenure, the hegemonic relations between builders, investors and the affected residents, as well as strategies of local protest movements.This book is recommended for readers interested in infrastructure-induced conflicts and environmental injustice.

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Mell, Ian, Growing Green Infrastructure in Contemporary Asian Cities: Case Studies in Green Infrastructure Methods and Practice. 240 pp. 2024:8 (Routledge, UK) <725-614>
ISBN 978-0-367-34936-3 hard ¥38,038.- (税込) GB£ 130.00
ISBN 978-0-367-34937-0 paper ¥9,359.- (税込) GB£ 31.99

Growing Green Infrastructure in Contemporary Asian Cities examines to what extent green infrastructure (GI) is being implemented in East and Southeast Asian cities. The book reflects upon the integration of contemporary approaches to landscape planning alongside traditional forms of green space design and cultural understandings of the landscape in China, Hong Kong, Japan, Singapore, and South Korea. Working from a multi-locational perspective, the book illustrates how political, socio-cultural, economic, and ecological factors influence the delivery of GI and the consequences of these decisions. The book provides a set of best practice recommendations for the design, development, and management of greener urban areas. It both explains how GI is being utilised in East and Southeast Asia to address climate change, promote economic prosperity, and support the development of more liveable places, and identifies future trends in its use. It is a key resource for any practitioners, students, and academics working in landscape planning and green infrastructure in an Asian context.

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グローバル・サウスにおけるリージョナリズムのパフォーマンス
Muntschick, Johannes / Plank, Friedrich (eds.), The Performance of Regionalism in the Global South: A Multi-level Analysis. (New Regionalisms Series) 272 pp. 2024:9 (Routledge, UK) <725-615>
ISBN 978-1-03-233275-8 hard ¥39,501.- (税込) GB£ 135.00

This volume collects and combines research on regional integration projects beyond Europe and in the Global South across a wide range of policy issues. Given the plurality and diversity of regional organisations, there is a growing need to systematically analyse, assess and explain the performance of regionalism. Acknowledging the considerable differences in settings, institutional design, and politico-economic environment of regional organisations, the expert contributors move beyond EU-centric notions to offer a profound overview and propose new dimensions of innovative performance research. Systematic and in-depth research from Eurasia, Asia, Africa, and Latin America on organisations such as the Eurasian Economic Union, South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation, Indian Ocean Commission, Shanghai Cooperation Organisation, African Union, and the Organisation of American States, enables us to identify the conditions and determinants that shape performance across regions, actors, policy areas, and settings.The book provides readily accessible, important, and novel information to students and scholars of political science, international relations, EU and European studies, peace and conflict studies, comparative regionalism, interregional and inter-organizational studies, area studies, and persons interested in specific policy fields such as trade, security, or development policy.

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G.Y.オキヒロ著 第三世界研究-解放の理論化 第2版
Okihiro, Gary Y., Third World Studies: Theorizing Liberation. 2nd ed., Rev. & expanded. 328 pp. 2024:8 (Duke U. Pr., US) <725-616>
ISBN 978-1-4780-2644-0 hard ¥24,579.- (税込) US$ 107.95
ISBN 978-1-4780-3067-6 paper ¥6,591.- (税込) US$ 28.95

In this revised and expanded second edition of Third World Studies, Gary Y. Okihiro considers the methods and theories that might constitute the formation of Third World studies. Proposed in 1968 at San Francisco State College by the Third World Liberation Front but replaced by faculty and administrators with ethnic studies, Third World studies was over before it began. As opposed to ethnic studies, which Okihiro critiques for its liberalism and US-centrism, Third World studies begins with the colonized world and the anti-imperial, anticolonial, and antiracist projects located therein as was described by W. E. B. Du Bois in 1900. Third World studies analyzes the locations and articulations of power around the axes of race, gender, sexuality, (dis)ability, class, and nation. In this new edition, Okihiro emphasizes the work of Third World intellectuals such as M. N. Roy, Jose Carlos Mariategui, and Oliver Cromwell Cox, foregrounds the importance of Bandung and the Tricontinental, and adds discussions of eugenics, feminist epistemologies, and religion. With this work, Okihiro establishes Third World studies as a theoretical formation and a liberatory practice.

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芸術とグローバルな開発ハンドブック
Ware, Vicki-Ann / Sadeghi-Yekta, Kirsten et al. (eds.), Routledge Handbook of Arts and Global Development. (Routledge International Handbooks) 558 pp. 2024:8 (Routledge, UK) <725-191>
ISBN 978-1-03-226766-1 hard ¥59,983.- (税込) GB£ 205.00

This book brings together a leading team of international experts in arts and global development to showcase effective practice, and to explore how this vibrant interdisciplinary field has developed, and what the latest research can teach us.Although arts play a central role in human development, and in the health and wellbeing of individuals and communities, few have attempted to comprehensively explore arts practice as global development. This handbook first provides a theoretical framework for exploring arts and global development, before surveying a comprehensive range of art forms and development practices to explore the potential of the arts to strategically and beneficially contribute to more just and equitable conditions for communities across the globe. Stretching across the arts from theatre, dance, and music, to poetry, film, and visual arts, the book covers topics as diverse as health, education, peacebuilding, livelihoods, sustainability, activism, and arts as research method in programming. The Handbook also identifies gaps in the literature, pointing towards the most pressing and promising avenues for further research over the next few years.This book will be an essential resource for any researcher, student or practitioner wishing to understand the role of the arts in global development, and in the global south more generally.

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R.オールドリッチ他編 グローバルな王族-19~20世紀におけるトランスナショナルな君主制の文化-
Aldrich, Robert / McCreery, Cindy / Schnicke, Falko (eds.), Global Royal Families: Cultures of Transnational Monarchy in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries. 410 pp. 2024:9 (Oxford U. Pr., UK) <724-680>
ISBN 978-0-19-893174-4 hard ¥23,408.- (税込) GB£ 80.00

Monarchy as a form of government involves more than an individual sovereign, and encompasses consorts, heirs and other relatives. Since royals, especially in Europe, traditionally married other royals, there existed many familial ties across borders, reinforced by letters, gifts and regular visits. Royal families formed a 'club' connected further by shared status, privileges and influence. Increasingly from the nineteenth century, royal families became more global, aided by new technologies of transportation and communication. British and other European royals visited the colonies of their countries and distant independent states, and royals from Asia, Africa and elsewhere journeyed to Europe. Cross-cultural exchanges among royal families changed court cultures and had an impact on a wider public. The chapters in Global Royal Families present new perspectives on the global connections of monarchies from the mid-1800s to the mid-1900s, examining cases of royal families from Britain, the German states, Spain, the Austro-Hungarian empire and Russia, as well as Japan, India, the Malay states, South Africa and the Pacific islands. It argues that these connections, and the regional and international encounters between royal families, played a significant but hitherto little appreciated role in cultural, social and political life.

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Fendler, Ute / Chang, Yongkyu (eds.), Asia-Afria- Multifaceted Engagement in the Contemporary World. (Africa's Global Engagement: Perspectives from Emerging Countries) 286 pp. 2024:4 (Palgrave Macmillan, UK) <724-682>
ISBN 978-981-9706-95-2 hard ¥31,885.- (税込) EUR 129.99

This book provides an insight into the complex entanglements between African countries and India, China, and South Korea from multidisciplinary perspectives connecting approaches from cultural, anthropological, literary, and music studies and art history. The three parts present a regional focus, namely Africa-India, Africa-South Korea, and Africa-China while the single contributions speak to each other and offer complementary insights. At the same time, the chapters also link across the regional realms as they deal with similar topics, such as travelling music genres. In part I, for Pombo material culture is the starting point to investigate the connections between the islands of the Indian Ocean and India by questioning the construction of memory. It highlights various aspects of the multilayered history of connections between Africa, the islands, and India. Part II gathers contributions that are complimentary to each other and therefore contribute to the understanding of the complex entanglements in area studies. Part III (Africa-South Korea) explores the impact of African-American arts and artists on South Korea's popular culture as well as the changing perception of artists of African descent in visual popular culture. It shows the impact of Korean content in South Africa.

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BRICS諸国におけるデジタル主権
Jiang, Min / Belli, Luca (eds.), Digital Sovereignty in the BRICS Countries: How the Global South and Emerging Power Alliances Are Reshaping Digital Governance. (Communication, Society and Politics) 300 pp. 2024:11 (Cambridge U. Pr., UK) <724-683>
ISBN 978-1-00-953113-9 hard ¥24,871.- (税込) GB£ 85.00
ISBN 978-1-00-953112-2 paper ¥7,604.- (税込) GB£ 25.99

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Yeo, Jungwon (ed.), Return Migration and Crises in Non-Western Countries. (Mobility & Politics) 237 pp. 2024:6 (Palgrave Macmillan, UK) <724-685>
ISBN 978-3-031-53561-1 hard ¥31,885.- (税込) EUR 129.99

This edited book focuses on the intersection of return migration and crises in non-Western countries. The book explores a wide range of theoretical and methodological perspectives while offering practical insights to address the intricate issues surrounding return migration and crises. The topics covered within this volume include return migration trends, the pivotal roles and contributions of return migrants, the social, psychological, and policy challenges faced by returnees, emerging issues stemming from return migration in their home countries, and the public and formal responses to return migration and the reintegration of returnees, and the roles of crises in these areas.This edited volume brings together diverse perspectives of academic researchers, practitioners, and policymakers on return migration. The book features cases of multiple non-Western countries in Asia (Philippines, China, India), Europe (Lithuania, Turkey, & Ukraine), the Middle East and North Africa (Morocco), and South America and the Caribbean (Mexico, Peru & Dominican Republic). Findings provide a unique opportunity to critically explore current thinking on return migration and investigate the relationship between migration and crisis from varying policy and operational viewpoints. This book, hence, attends to practitioners to develop creative solutions to both global and local policies and practices of return migration management in emerging market countries, which will support and accommodate both their returnees and residents amid challenging times.

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グローバル・サウスにおける福祉の政治
Dey Biswas, Sattwick / Sambo, C. G. / Pellissery, S. (eds.), The Politics of Welfare in the Global South. (International Policy Exchange) 336 pp. 2024:9 (Oxford U. Pr., US) <724-264>
ISBN 978-0-19-769868-6 hard ¥20,493.- (税込) US$ 90.00

This book serves as a comprehensive reference for conducting political analyses of emerging welfare systems in the Global South. These countries have adopted a development-oriented approach, distinct from the social policy trajectory observed in industrialized capitalist states. However, the pervasive influence of globalization since the 1990s has significantly reshaped policy priorities in these regions. Notably, political discourse surrounding social policy concepts developed in the Northern capitalist states has gained prominence. Irrespective of the geographical focus of the chapters, the book delves into fundamental social policy concepts and debates. These include the ongoing discourse between "universalism" and "selectivity," the challenges posed by the welfare residuum, the intricate role of institutional norms and apparatuses in achieving justice or engendering feelings of shame among social assistance recipients, and the examination of "absolute" and "relative" poverty. Additionally, the book investigates the pendulum shift within social welfare policies, the complex politics surrounding the portrayal of welfare recipients, and the newly established link between poverty and shame. Comprising 12 chapters, the book employs a case study-based approach to test the applicability and universality of social policy theories and concepts. The central focus lies in assessing the adaptability of concepts and theories developed in the Global North to comprehend the intricacies of welfare politics in the Global South. These case studies contribute to theoretical generalizations capable of explaining universal principles that are relevant to both the Global South and North.

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Peng, Nian / Cheng, Ming Yu (eds.), The Reality and Myth of BRI's Debt Trap: Evidences from Asia and Africa. (Indo-Pacific Focus) 229 pp. 2024:4 (Springer, GW) <724-183>
ISBN 978-981-9710-55-3 hard ¥31,885.- (税込) EUR 129.99

This edited book aims to present a well-balanced view on the heated debate about BRI's "debt trap" controversy within the route states by presenting compelling evidence from Asian and African countries. It is contributed by the university scholars, think tank experts, and governmental officials from the concerned parties such as China, USA, South/Southeast Asia, and Africa to discuss this new topic from their perspectives. It not only examines the origins and changes in external debt among the BRI route states before and after the launch of the BRI, but also analyzes the outcomes stemming from BRI projects. The book covers 12 chapters, in which the first chapter briefly introduces the aims and scope of this book. The following 2 chapters look at Chinese and Indian perspectives on the "debt trap", respectively. The next 9 chapters examine the debt issue and BRI projects in Southeast Asian, South Asian, and African states, which mainly involve Myanmar, Cambodia, Laos, the Philippines, Malaysia, Indonesia, Bangladesh, Nepal, and Nigeria, and give some useful policy suggestions to reduce the debt burden and promote the socioeconomic development in these countries.

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K.アンダーソン著 21世紀の革命と抵抗の政治社会学-アラブ世界とイランからアフリカ、ウクライナ、フランスまで-
Anderson, Kevin, A Political Sociology of Twenty-First Century Revolutions and Resistances: From the Arab World and Iran to Africa, Ukraine and France. 280 pp. 2024:8 (Routledge, UK) <723-531>
ISBN 978-1-03-277138-0 hard ¥38,038.- (税込) GB£ 130.00
ISBN 978-1-03-276150-3 paper ¥11,408.- (税込) GB£ 38.99

This book examines the possibilities - and realities - of positive, humanist change and revolution that have burst forth in the first decades of this century.Kevin B. Anderson critically examines the revolutions, uprisings, social movements, and forms of national resistance that have arisen across the Middle East and North Africa, Sudan, South Africa, Ukraine, and France in the past fifteen years, providing a salient snapshot of geopolitical and social events. The book represents an effort to analyze world events, especially revolutions and radical movements, in a dialectical manner, combining contemporary analysis of the class, gender, and ethnic dimensions of these upheavals with theoretical and historical reflection that engages Hegel, Marx, Lenin, Rosa Luxemburg, CLR James, Raya Dunayevskaya, and other thinkers in the Marxian tradition.A Political Sociology of Twenty-First Century Revolutions and Resistances is an important resource for researchers, as well as a key text for courses in social change, political sociology, and social movements, and contemporary social theory.

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米国海軍と南シナ海-米中越の海事関係 1945~2023年
Elleman, Bruce A, The US Navy and the South China Sea: American, Chinese, and Vietnamese Maritime Relations, 1945-2023. (Routledge Security in Asia Series) 304 pp. 2024:8 (Routledge, UK) <723-592>
ISBN 978-1-03-282407-9 hard ¥38,038.- (税込) GB£ 130.00

This book explores the question "Why is the US Navy in the South China Sea at all?" It traces the history of diplomatic, economic, and military tensions among the People's Republic of China, the Soviet Union, the United States, and the Socialist Republic of Vietnam, outlining the origins of the United States-Vietnam relationship during the immediate post-World War II period, the turmoil of the Vietnam War during which China supported North Vietnam against a US-backed South Vietnam and the decision of the US government to open relations with China beginning in 1972. It shows how from 1945-1975 the US government used its relations with Vietnam to exert diplomatic, economic, and military pressure on China to open negotiations leading to full recognition and further discusses the surprising action of the US Navy in 1974 to allow the Chinese Navy to take the Paracel Islands by force, thereby denying control over these islands to a united Vietnam closely allied with the Soviet Union, which was the common enemy of both China and the USA. Overall, the book demonstrates how the presence of the US Navy in the South China Sea is a crucial element in much wider, global US strategy.

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W.R.Thompson他編 東アジアの平和再考
Thompson, William R. / Volgy, Thomas J. (eds.), Reconsidering the East Asian Peace: Confluences, Regional Characteristics and Societal Transformations. (Asian Security Studies) 288 pp. 2024:8 (Routledge, UK) <723-616>
ISBN 978-1-03-276523-5 hard ¥38,038.- (税込) GB£ 130.00

This volumes re-examines the notion of the East Asian peace, arguing that it requires updating for the current and near-future context of US-Chinese rivalry.The 'East Asian peace' refers to the remarkable change in conflict levels in eastern Eurasia over the past eighty years or even the past 130 years or so. Prior to the late 1970s, East Asia was regarded as the most conflictual region on the planet. Although insurgencies have continued in places such as Myanmar, Thailand, and the Philippines, after the 1980s East and Southeast Asia became one of the world's least conflictual regions. Geopolitics and economic development worked hand in hand to reduce conflict in the region and, in this respect, the East Asian peace has been a confluential peace. The general problem with a confluential peace is that the factors that shape it evolve over time, and the specific circumstances in question seem to be evolving in a different direction, with East Asia shaping up to be the most central locale of the contest between US and Chinese hegemony, both regionally and perhaps globally. This book argues that the idea of the East Asian peace now requires adjustment to the current and near future context. The more general arguments presented here focus on alternative interpretations of how regional peace and order should be interpreted, while the more specific arguments involve interpretations of Chinese and other countries' behaviour in the context of the heightened rivalry between China and the United States.This book will be of much interest to students of East Asian politics, peace studies, foreign policy and International Relations.

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Bayly, Susan, Asian Lives in Anthropological Perspective: Essays on Morality, Achievement and Modernity. (WYSE Series in Social Anthropology 16) 402 pp. 2024:5 (Berghahn, US) <723-619>
ISBN 978-1-80539-500-3 hard ¥33,016.- (税込) US$ 145.00 *

Contemporary Asian societies bear the imprint of the experience and afterlives of colonialism, revolutionary socialism and religious and secular nationalism in dramatically contrasting ways. Asian Lives in Anthropological Perspective draws together essays that demonstrate the role of these far-reaching transformations in the shaping of two Asian settings in particular - India and Vietnam. It traces historical and contemporary realities through a variety of compelling topics including the lived experience of India's caste system and the ethical challenges faced by Vietnamese working women.

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Copeman, Jacob / Chau, Lam Minh / Cook, J. et al. (eds.), An Anthropology of Intellectual Exchange: Interactions, Transactions and Ethics in Asia and Beyond. (WYSE Series in Social Anthropology 15) 326 pp. 2023:9 (Berghahn, US) <723-620>
ISBN 978-1-80539-070-1 hard ¥33,016.- (税込) US$ 145.00 *

Dialogues, encounters and interactions through which particular ways of knowing, understanding and thinking about the world are forged lie at the centre of anthropology. Such 'intellectual exchange' is also central to anthropologists' own professional practice: from their interactions with research participants and modes of pedagogy to their engagements with each other and scholars from adjacent disciplines. This collection of essays explores how such processes might best be studied cross-culturally. Foregrounding the diverse interactions, ethical reasoning, and intellectual lives of people from across the continent of Asia, the volume develops an anthropology of intellectual exchange itself.

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Makananise, Fulufhelo Oscar / Madima, Shumani Eric (eds.), Decolonising Digital Media and Indigenisation of Participatory Epistemologies: Languages of the Global South. (Routledge Research on Decoloniality and New Postcolonialisms) 240 pp. 2024:8 (Routledge, UK) <723-623>
ISBN 978-1-03-280468-2 hard ¥38,038.- (税込) GB£ 130.00

The book provides valuable insights on decolonising the digital media landscape and the indigenisation of participatory epistemologies to continue the legacies of indigenous languages in the global South.It is one of its kind as it climaxes that the construction phase of self-determining and redefining among the global South societies is an essential step towards decolonising the digital landscape and ensuring that indigenous voices and worldviews are equally infused, represented, and privileged in the process of higher-level communication, exchanging epistemic philosophies, and knowledge expressions. The book employs an interdisciplinary approach to engage in the use of digital media as a sphere for resistance and knowledge transformation against the persistent colonialism of power through dominant non-indigenous languages and scientific epistemic systems. It further advocates that decolonising digital media spaces through appreciating participatory epistemologies and their languages can help promote the inclusion and empowerment of indigenous communities. It indicates that the decolonial process can also help to redress the historical and ongoing injustices that have disadvantaged many indigenous communities in the global South and contributed to their marginalisation.This book will appeal to undergraduate and graduate students, scholars, and academics in communication, media studies, languages, linguistics, cultural studies, and indigenous knowledge systems in higher education institutions. It will be a valuable resource for those interested in epistemologies of the South, decoloniality, postcoloniality, indigenisation, participatory knowledge, indigenous language legacies, indigenous artificial intelligence, and digital media in the Fourth Industrial Revolution.

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小川晃弘他編 アジアを横断する市民社会の多様性
Ogawa, Akihiro / Spires, Anthony (eds.), Varieties of Civil Society Across Asia. (Routledge Contemporary Asia Series) 236 pp. 2024:8 (Routledge, UK) <723-624>
ISBN 978-1-03-277262-2 hard ¥38,038.- (税込) GB£ 130.00

This book explores civil societies with distinct characteristics in Asian countries and regions to redefine the dynamic and interconnected formation that is Asia.This book documents how civil society organizations, such as charities and foundations, across Asia which have traditionally been observed to imitate or borrow the methods employed by Western nongovernmental organizations, have been developing distinctive relations with the state, inventing novel civic techniques. Furthermore, it highlights how such organizations have created a characteristic framework for governance and spaces for new social practices and reflections. Reflecting on the historical backgrounds, political systems, and cultural settings, each case study reveals the diverse and alternative approaches and solutions to various issues facing contemporary Asian society.Studying the dynamism of Asia to highlight the emergence of new civil society practices this book will be a great interest to scholars and students of Asian Studies, Anthropology, Sociology & Political Science.

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近世スペイン帝国における移動性とコスモポリタニズム
Polo y La Borda, Adolfo, Global Servants of the Spanish King: Mobility and Cosmopolitanism in the Early Modern Spanish Empire. (Cambridge Latin American Studies) 362 pp. 2024:10 (Cambridge U. Pr., UK) <723-626>
ISBN 978-1-00-940321-4 hard ¥29,260.- (税込) GB£ 100.00

From 1580 to 1700, low-ranking Spanish imperial officials ceaselessly moved across the Spanish empire, and in the process forged a single coherent political unit out of multiple heterogeneous territories, creating the earliest global empire. Global Servants of the Spanish King follows officials as they itinerated between the Americas, Asia, Europe, and Africa, revealing how their myriad experiences of service to the king across a variety of locales impacted the governance of the empire, and was an essential mechanism of imperial stability and integration. Departing from traditional studies which focus on high-ranking officials and are bounded by the nation-state, Adolfo Polo y La Borda centers on officials with local political and administrative duties such as governors and magistrates, who interacted daily with the crown's subjects across the whole empire, and in the process uncovers a version of cosmopolitanism concealed in conventional narratives.

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グローバル・サウスにおけるAIDSを終わらせるためのWHO公衆衛生アプローチ
Gilks, Charles F. / Alemu, Yibeltal Assefa, A WHO Public Health Approach to Ending AIDS in the Global South: Lessons for NCD Control and Universal Health Coverage. 240 pp. 2024:8 (Routledge, UK) <723-244>
ISBN 978-1-03-234233-7 hard ¥38,038.- (税込) GB£ 130.00

In highlighting how a WHO Public Health Approach (PHA) has been successfully used in developing countries to provide HIV/AIDS patients with antiretroviral therapy (ART), this important book provides a template for how the PHA can be implemented to treat other chronic but non-communicable diseases (NCDs) as well. With over 28 million people globally now receiving treatment for HIV/AIDS, it's clear there are lessons to be learnt from the provision of ART which have great relevance for NCD care and towards achieving Universal Health Coverage in the global south.The first section of the book provides a detailed overview of the strategy that enabled such a successful program to be take place, the challenges faced and its evolution over time. The book then moves on to assert that by approaching other chronic NCDs in a similar way, focussing on populations with integrated long-term and short-term person-centred care, there is a pathway towards universal health care and Universal Health Coverage across the developing world. Discussing many of the most pressing diseases and public health issues effecting these regions, this book provides global health scholars and practitioners with a detailed analysis of the challenges faced in tackling these diseases, but also an integrated person-centred health-care approach by which these challenges may be met.

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児童期とグローバルな開発ハンドブック
Abebe, Tatek / Dar, Anandini / Wells, Karen (eds.), Routledge Handbook of Childhood Studies and Global Development. 632 pp. 2024:8 (Routledge, UK) <723-171>
ISBN 978-0-367-74043-6 hard ¥59,983.- (税込) GB£ 205.00

The Routledge Handbook of Childhood Studies and Global Development explores how global development agendas and processes of economic development influence children's lives. It demonstrates that children are not only the frequent targets or objects of development but that they also shape and influence processes of economic, political and sociocultural development.The handbook makes the case for the importance of placing children at the heart of development debates and demonstrates how researchers, policymakers and practitioners can engage children in development. Through reports on field research as well as a critical engagement with theories in development studies and childhood studies, contributors contest normative assumptions about childhood and global development. They tease out and tease apart the complex social, historical, cultural, economic, epidemiological, ecological, geopolitical, and institutional processes transforming what it means to be young in the world today.Showcasing research from both established scholars and early career researchers, and with particular prominence given to the work of authors from the global south, this book will be an essential reference for policymakers, practitioners, and for researchers and students across childhood studies, education, geography, sociology, and global development.

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貧困と戦争における主体的行為-農村部の人間開発における意識
Rodriguez Carreon, Vivianna, Agency in Poverty and War: Consciousness in Rural Human Development. (Routledge Studies in Hazards, Disaster Risk and Climate Change) 248 pp. 2024:8 (Routledge, UK) <723-177>
ISBN 978-1-03-258652-6 hard ¥38,038.- (税込) GB£ 130.00

This book examines how people's self-awareness is affected by both internal and external factors amid war and poverty. It explores how agency has influenced the inward human development of rural women who face triple disadvantages related to gender, ethnicity, and access to economic power.It presents a multidisciplinary perspective on the intersection of war and poverty through narratives of surviving women. It advances understandings of how rural people, peasants and Indigenous Peoples of Peru, particularly women, have experienced poverty and war as a combination of oppression, repression and aggression. It explores their disempowered agency is affected and evolves post-conflict, in the search for justice. It does this by taking a capabilities approach combined with insights from perspectives on raising consciousness and inner transformation in human development, in which awareness of rural people's experience enables them to be free and can move them from survival to conscious agents. This book offers new narratives to evaluate the hazards of poverty and war and the potential human security for rural people agency and empowerment in building peace. It will be of interest to scholars and practitioner of development studies, peace and security, political studies, and political geography.

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東アジアにおけるグローバル金融危機の持続する遺産
Pirie, Iain, The Enduring Legacies of the Global Financial Crisis in East Asia: A Quiet Transformation. (Routledge Advances in International Relations and Global Politics) 200 pp. 2024:8 (Routledge, UK) <723-195>
ISBN 978-1-03-264589-6 hard ¥38,038.- (税込) GB£ 130.00

The Enduring Legacies of the Global Financial Crisis in East Asia challenges the assumption that the global financial crisis had a limited structural impact on East Asian political economies, arguing that the crisis has led to a significant, if uneven, reorganization of major national political economies within the region where, in response to the crisis, states have promoted domestic processes of financialization as a means of stimulating their economies.The major East Asian economies, bar Japan, enjoyed strong recoveries from the 2008-09 financial crisis. However, this success has been achieved by promoting domestic processes of financialization to maintain demand - more precisely, the rapid build-up of household debt (Malaysia, Korea, Taiwan, China) and asset price bubbles (China, Japan). In short, East Asia has employed precisely those practices that the global financial crisis itself illustrated the unsustainability of, to maintain growth in the post-crisis period. Using a post-Keynesian framework, the book argues that the dependency on these forms of financialization to support demand is a direct product of a failure to address the issue of inequality. High levels of inequality slow the growth of non-debt based domestic consumption. An alternative approach to supporting demand in the post-crisis period would need to focus on progressive redistribution through strengthening of labour rights and systems of social support, which would directly challenge the interests of economic and political elites. The structural vulnerabilities that accelerated financialization is creating in East Asia demonstrate the necessity of a post-Keynesian growth strategy based on redistribution and curbing financialization. The book also argues is that in certain Northeast Asian economies the crisis has led to a consolidation of systems of industrial activism/state control, which could have occurred without accelerated financialization and vice versa.This book will be of great interest to students and scholars of Political Economy and Asian Studies.

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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 ¥29,601.- (税込) US$ 130.00 *

Since its establishment in Europe, capitalism has witnessed a shift in global politico-economic power dynamics. Some nations ascended to dominate the world economy, while others fell from prominence to poverty. This transformation was particularly evident in the case of China and India, which were once central to the pre-modern global economy with their respective empires but transitioned into peripheries of the capitalist world trade structure. These regions experienced occupation, colonization, de-industrialization, and resource exploitation for the industrialization and modernization of core countries, primarily Western Europe and the United States.The Rise of the Semi-Core: China, India, and Pakistan in the World-System delves into modern capitalist history, unraveling the increasing complexities that give rise to the emergence of a semi-core. It argues that nations must possess both economic and strategic national powers to maintain their hierarchical position within the capitalist world-system. Western powers of the eighteenth century, equipped with superior military capabilities, expanded their dominion globally, including in China and India, converting these regions into peripheries that served the core's interests in terms of raw material provision, product consumption, and facilitating capital flow. Once decolonized, China and India initially adopted a statist model of development, nevertheless these nations could grow only when they aligned with core interests.

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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 ¥8,197.- (税込) US$ 36.00 *

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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 ¥10,246.- (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 ¥14,737.- (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 ¥8,778.- (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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