Pubblicato RISE/1 Gennaio 2016

Nuova rivista del Torino World Affairs Institute - RISE (Relazioni Internazionali e International political economy del Sud-Est asiatico)

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Pubblicato il primo numero di Relazioni Internazionali e International political economy del Sud-Est asiatico: RISE/1 Gennaio 2016.

Con la pubblicazione di RISE T.wai si propone di alimentare la conoscenza e il dibattito sulla politica e l’economia dei dieci Paesi membri dell’ASEAN, l’Associazione delle Nazioni del Sud-est asiatico: Brunei, Cambogia, Filippine, Indonesia, Laos, Myanmar, Malaysia, Singapore, Thailandia, Vietnam. RISE allungherà lo sguardo su Timor Est e Papua Nuova Guinea qualora questi due Paesi, al momento Osservatori presso l’ASEAN, divenissero parte significativa delle dinamiche regionali.


Questo primo numero di RISE è quasi interamente dedicato al Myanmar, un Paese che con le recenti elezioni dell’8 novembre – vinte al di là di ogni più rosea aspettativa dalla Lega Nazionale per la Democrazia, guidata dal premio Nobel per la Pace Aung San Suu Kyi – sembra essersi definitivamente lasciato alle spalle decenni di dittatura militare. Gli interventi qui pubblicati mostrano peraltro come le sfide che il Paese deve affrontare siano tutt’altro che trascurabili, tanto in economia quanto in politica interna ed estera.

All'interno di RISE/1 Gennaio 2016:

• I democratici birmani e le sfide del futuro (Nicholas Farrelly)
• L'8 novembre visto da Yangon: una testimonianza italiana (intervista con Stefano Pelaggi)
• Il processo di pace in Myanmar (Stefano Ruzza)
• La transizione politica Birmana e le relazioni con la Cina (Simone Dossi)
• Il Sud-Est asiatico a Expo Milano 2015 (Gabriele Giovannini)
Focus Economia a cura di OEET - Myanmar: un'economia in fase di decollo (Francesco Abbate e Marco Musso)
La recensione - "Myanmar: dove la Cina incontra l'India", di Thant Myint-U (Giuseppe Gabusi)

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