Seen from the perspectives of political economy, political security, and political culture, Asia offers fascinating opportunities for political and international studies because of concurrent changes internally and externally. The tide of globalization and digitalization leads comparative politics and international relations to be examined together. Interdisciplinary approaches will be just as fruitful as those from traditional disciplines. This series examines Asia to its fullest extent, covering East Asia, Southeast Asia, South Asia, Central Asia, and West Asia (including Iran, Iraq, the Gulf States, and Turkey).
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