Asia–Europe Meeting (ASEM)

Asia Europe People's Forum 2010

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Just Solutions
Asia Europe Peoples' Forum
Asia Europe Peoples' Forum
Asia Europe Peoples' Forum
Just Solutions
Just Solutions
Just Solutions
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Alternative Regionalisms
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Challenging corporate power, building states of citizens for citizens
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Power without responsibility? The rise of China and India

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COPs
Debt
Trade
Asia Europe Peoples' Forum
Asia Europe Peoples' Forum
Asia Europe Peoples' Forum
Renewables
Trade
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Environmental Justice
Climate Justice
Corporate Power
Alternative Regionalisms
Trade & Investment
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Praful Bidwai shared these reflections in the run-up to the Asia-Europe People's Forum (AEPF8); download the booklet with reflections also from Susan George, Ben Hayes and Walden Bello.... Read more

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Asia Europe's People's Forum 7

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Asia Europe Peoples' Forum
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Alternative Regionalisms
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As 38 European and Asian governments meet in Beijing in October, over 500 civil society participants from China, Asia and Europe will also meet under the title: ‘AEPF 7-For Social and Ecological Justice.... Read more

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The Political Economy of Asia-Europe Relations

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Alternative Regionalisms
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With the institutionalisation of the Asia-Europe Meeting (ASEM) in 1996, the historical relations of Asia and Europe is said to have been reaffirmed and rediscovered towards greater political, economic, and cultural cooperation. Yet a deeper logic underlies the political economy of Asia-Europe relations. It is the interest and logic of global capitalist reproduction interacting with particular... Read more

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ASEM V – Will Burma be its Waterloo?

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Alternative Regionalisms
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  As the ASEM V opens in Hanoi on October 8, Burma emerges as the litmus test of ASEM’s credibility. Burma will be represented at the ASEM V by Foreign Minister General Major Nyan Win. This development was already anticipated by the more than 500 delegates from the Asia Europe Peoples Forum (AEPF), held in Hanoi from September 6-9, who presented a Statement on Burma to the Vietname... Read more

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