Table of contents for East Asian regionalism from a legal perspective : current features and a vision for the future / edited by Tamio Nakamura.

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Preface Tamio Nakamura
Introduction Tamio Nakamura
 
Part I: The Current Features of East Asian Regionalism from a Comparative Perspective
1. Kazushi Shimizu East Asian Regional Economic Cooperation and FTA: Deepening of Intra-ASEAN Economic Cooperation and Expansion throughout East Asia
2. Tomoo Marukawa Regionalism and Nationalism in the Information Technology Industry: A Comparison of East Asia and Europe
3. Eiji Ogawa and Kentaro Kawasaki East Asian Currency Cooperation
4. Barbara Stallings Regional Integration in Latin America: Lessons for East Asia
5. Ken-ichi Ando Regionalisation and Regionalism in Europe from the Perspective of Multinational Enterprises
6. Kenji Hirashima European Integration in a Historical Perspective: How Did It Begin and What Are the Lessons for Asia?
Part II: Present Legal Responses to East Asian Regionalism
7. Lawan Thanadsillapakul Legal and Institutional Frameworks for Open Regionalism in Asia: A Case Study of ASEAN
8. Dukgeun Ahn Emerging Diversity in Trade Remedy Systems: The Case of East Asian FTAs
9. Takao Suami Regional Integration in East Asia and its Legalisation: Can law contribute to the progress of integration in East Asia?
Part III Legal Vision of Future East Asian Regionalism: a Draft Charter
10. Tamio Nakamura Proposal of the Draft Charter of the East Asian Community: an Overview and the Basic Principles
11. Takao Suami Community Policies in the Draft Charter of the East Asian Community: How will Regional Cooperation be Organised within the Community Framework? 
12. Yoichiro Usui Part Two of the Draft Charter: Constructing an East Asian Acquis
13. Yoshiaki Sato ¿Open regionalism¿: Creating Multi-Layered Orders in World Governance
14. Tamio Nakamura, Takao Suami, Yoichiro Usui and Yoshiaki Sato Draft Charter of the East Asian Community

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Law -- East Asia.
East Asia -- Politics and government.
East Asia -- Economic integration.