EAST ASIA INTEGRATION STUDIES
The Hanns Seidel Foundation (HSF) as a political foundation is working in the field of political education. Its goal is “to serve democracy, peace and development”. Therefore, one aspect of the project in the Republic of Korea is to transfer knowledge about the reunification in Germany to Koreans – particularly to those near the Demilitarized Zone (DMZ). Moreover, as the HSF has offices not only in the Republic of Korea, but also in China, Indonesia and the Philippines, it shows particular interest in the development of East Asia and the economic integration in this region. Thus this website offers a newsboard, articles, book reviews and links to homepages concerning East Asia Integration Studies.
For further information about the Hanns Seidel Foundation please refer to: http://www.hss.de/english.htmlFor further information about the Hanns Seidel Foundation Office in Seoul, Korea please refer to: http://www2.hss.de/korea/en/home.html
The field of Asian bilateral and multilateral integration is ever increasing, and so is the academic output in the field.
East Asian Integration Studies extends this invitation for scholars and practitioners to review books for our website on East Asian economic integration. If you are interested in reviewing books for EAIS, please send an e-mail mentioning “book reviews” as well as the title(s) you want to review, with a short biographical note and a specification of your area of interest to Dr. Bernhard Seliger (Seliger@hss.or.kr).
Please find the list of all books available for review here.