2 edition of Integrating economic and security factors in East-West relations found in the catalog.
Integrating economic and security factors in East-West relations
|Statement||Lincoln Gordon and Timothy W. Stanley.|
|Series||Economic & security series, Occasional paper|
|Contributions||Stanley, Timothy W., Atlantic Council of the United States.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||69 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||69|
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Integrating economic and security factors in East-West relations. Washington, D.C.: Atlantic Council of the United States, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Lincoln Gordon; Timothy W Stanley; Atlantic Council of the United States.
Part of the Vienna Institute for Comparative Economic Studies book series Abstract The problems of East-West trade — like any other complex world economic problems —can be approached in Author: József Bognár.
Economic Vulnerability in International Relations: East-West Trade, Investment, and Finance Beverly Crawford Columbia University Press, - Political Science - pages. Abstract. The decade –75 is usually considered as the golden age of East-West economic relations.
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integration. The book considers civil society’s role in regional and economic integration in South Asian industries, trade and services, and the importance of regional public goods such as food security for future integration efforts.
It concludes that there are a few successes on whichCited by: 7. Economic integration could potentially combine to produce opportunities to ASEAN countries; however, it could also generate challenges, namely higher costs related to implementing economic integration across such economically and culturally diverse countries.
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Completely updated, the seventh edition reflects the sweeping changes that continue to reshape the international by: The Asian Economic Integration Report is the annual report on Asia’s progress in regional cooperation and integration (RCI) of the Asian Development Bank (ADB).
It covers ADB’s 48 regional members and analyzes regional and global economic linkages. The controversy over East-West economic relations was central in Atlantic alliance discussion inbut subsided innot because a consensus on basic issues was reached, but largely because attention is now focused on the INF deployments.
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International and national security are invariably linked. regional integration in Africa and explore plausible ways of deepening the integration process with the view that regional integration can promote socio-economic development, provided a pro-development approach is privileged in the conception and implementation of the regional integration process.
The first group includes eight measures associated with economic security. This group encompasses five measures of poverty, as well as measures of child support receipt, food insecurity, and lack of health insurance. The tables and figures illustrating measures of economic security are labeled with the prefix ECON.
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national integration policies heavily influence the understanding of "migrant" and "integration". Concepts of what integration means and is to achieve differ. These differences are reflected in the national policy goals and range from next-to-assimilation to multiculturalism.
National integration policies define different target groups for. Economic factors. These include interest rates, taxation changes, economic growth, inflation and exchange rates.
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For example: higher interest rates may deter investment because it costs more to borrow. Read this book on Questia. Both domestic and foreign policy considerations led Eastern European nations in the s to involve their economies more deeply with the developed capitalist countries of the West, although Eastern Europe remained closely linked.
The principal factors driving European integration were the desire for internal stability, the need to project a significant voice on an international stage, and the external security concern of Communism perched on Europe's eastern doorstep.
International economic relations. Here are entered works on economic relations among nations. Works on the foreign economic relations of countries, cities, etc., are entered under headings of the type [place -- Foreign economic relations,] further subdivided by place, if appropriate.
international security. the study of issues of war and peace between nations and global security and conflict more broadly. international political economy.
the study of how the economic relations between countries affect politics and how political relations affect economies. T owards economic security and sustainability: key success factors of sustainable entrepreneurship in conditions of global economy, Journal of Security and Sustainability Issues 3(4): 71– World Development, Vol.
18, No. 12, pp.Printed in Great Britain. X/90 $ + Pergamon Press plc Transideological Collaboration and East-West South Economic Relations RUBEN BERRIOS* University of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Summary.-Author: Ruben Berrios.
Read this book on Questia. At a time when international relations in general, and their economic aspects in particular, are increasingly recognized as of growing complexity and significance, it is important to undertake their study, not simply on the one hand as a series of isolated political, diplomatic, and historical incidents nor on the other hand solely as matters of international trade.
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