The East Asia Summit (EAS)-Really Towards an East Asian Community (EAC)?
사회과학 > 정치/외교학
( Axel Berkofsky )
Asia-Pacific Journal of EU Studies 2006년, 제4권 제1호, 95~104쪽(총10쪽)
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    In December 2005, Malaysia hosted the first East Asia Summit (EAS) bringing together ASEAN+3 as well as India, Australia and New Zealand to make progress on Asian regional integration and discuss the creation of the so-called East Asian Community (EAC). In the run-up to the EAS last year Asian policymakers and scholar were at times ``selling`` the EAS as the ``big bang`` of Asian integration at times giving the impression that the summit stands for the beginning of an EU-style ``Asian Union.`` Realistically, however, the results of the summit must be described as very limited at best with the EAS failing to generate the political will for EU-style integration in Asia. Indeed, it has become clear in Kuala Lumpur that political rhetoric on the East Asian Community has yet to catch up with political reality and the analysis below will explain how and why.
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