Explaining Variation and Persistence: Asia’s Cultural Approach to International Cooperation

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2007-11-01

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Jetschke, an Assistant Professor of International Relations at the University of Freiberg, is working on her second book, Explaining Variation and Persistence: Asia’s Cultural Approach to International Cooperation. The project explores how and why cultural preferences among Asian states appear to consistently lead to a less institutionalized form of international collaboration. Jetschke argues that previous explanations of the Asian approach to international cooperation don’t take context into account, and she uses comparative case studies to explore the Asian approach in areas such as economics, security and human rights.

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international cooperation, Asian approach, culture and identity, ASEAN

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