Asia Europe Crosspoints 2002
Asia Europe Crosspoints is a handbook on Asia-Europe relations, first published in September 2002. The first section carries thematic articles dealing with ASEM, the Asian region, and Asia Europe relations particularly in the areas of economy and security. The second section consists of country profiles on the political, economic and social situation in several ASEM member countries. All the articles have been written by well known analysts and journalists.
The Asia Europe Crosspoints was edited by Paul Scannell, except for "Arms are not Tomatoes", which has been edited by Brid Brennan. The Spanish article has been translated by Anabel Torres; the article on France was translated into English by Jaff Napoleon.
Elisabeth Hoogland designed the articles which have been printed by GCA in Amsterdam. Printing and design of the cover was done by Primavera
The Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the development agency 11.11.11 in Belgium made this project financially possible.
- Walden Bello East Asia's Future. Strategic Economic Cooperation or Marginalization?
- Sebastian Bersick The ASEM Regime, and its Participants' Interests
- Olivier Hoedeman Who Controls EU Trade and Investment?
- Aileen Kwa Europe's Trade Agenda at the WTO and the Positions of ASEM Developing Countries
- Charles Santiago European Water Corporations and the Privatization of Asian Water Resources. The Challenge for Asian Water Security
- Thomas E. Reifer Geopolitics, Globalization and Alternative Regionalisms. Possibilities for Global Peace, Democracy and Social Justice
- Martin Broek Arms are not Tomatoes. Arms Production & Trade among the ASEM Countries
- Austria by Ralf Leonhard
- Belgium by John Vandaele
- The Peoples Republic of China by Xia Jianzhong
- Denmark by Kenneth Haar
- Finland by Tove Selin
- France by Pierre Rousset
- Germany by Katharina Stahlenbrecher
- Greece by Joe Valencia
- Italy by Marco Consolo
- Ireland by Maura Leen
- Japan by Tomoko Sakuma
- Malaysia by Era Consumer
- Netherlands by Kees Hudig and Hans van Heijningen
- Philippines by Lidy Nacpil, Mae Buenaventura and Rhoda Viajar
- Singapore by Sinapan Samydorai
- Republic of South Korea by Francis Daehoon Lee
- Spain by Sandra Gil Araújo
- United Kingdom by James Lloyd
- Viet Nam by Mr. Thanh and Peter Mol