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GLOBAL GOVERNANCE STUDIES (VIEWPOINTS)

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TitleGLOBAL GOVERNANCE STUDIES (VIEWPOINTS) [ Syllabus ]
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●The course examines the perspectives of East Asia free trade area. It also looks into the relationship between the trade multilateralism embodied in the WTO and the possible making of the East Asia FTA (Free Trade Agreement). Firstly, students will analyze FTA policies of the each of three North East Asian countries, i.e. Japan, China, and Korea, vis-a-vis the ASEAN countries. Secondly, students will look at the possibility of making a FTA among three North East Asian countries with a view to creating the East Asian Economic Community together with the ASEAN. The issues of WTO consisitency will be examined simultaneously as the discussions proceed.
●This course is conducted in close cooperation with Fudan University in Shanghai and Yongsei University in Seoul. Students are,therefore, expected to fully participate in the discussions and presentations in the common language, i.e. in English.


Faculty Yorizumi Watanabe
Term2013 Fall
Level Graduate


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#012013/04/10 Free-trade deals show that power politics is back
- Integration in East Asia and Japan's EPA Strategy
- FT Article: Free-trade deals show that power politics is back
- Financial Times (PDF) [Enrolled Students Only]


#022013/04/17 Korea’s Middle Power Activism and Peacekeeping Operations
- Professor. Ko of the Yonsei University: Korea's Middle Power Activism and Peacekeeping Operations


#032013/04/24 Global Governance and the Study of International Political Economy
- Prof. Sebastian Bersick of the Fudan University: Global Governace and the Study of International Political Economy


#042013/05/01 Student Presentation
- Presentation of Society group, Keio University
- Presentation of Economic Integration group, Keio University
- Presentation of Politics/Security group, Keio University


#052013/05/08 POLITICS OF INTERNATIONAL TRADE “Free-trade deals show that power politics is back”
- Politics of International Trade-A Review of a FT Article-


#062013/05/15 Anti-Americanism in South Korea
- Professor. Ko Sangtu of the Yonsei University: Anti-Americanism in South Korea


#072013/05/22 Global Economic Governance: China, the G20 and the Euro Crisis
- A Lecture material of Prof. Sebastian Bersick of the Fudan University
- Prof. Sebastian Bersick of the Fudan University: Global Economic Governance: China, the G20 and the Euro Crisis


#082013/05/29 The World Trade Organization ---The Multilateral Trading System at Bay ?--- Challenges in Global Governance of International Trade
- Prof. Yorizumi Watanabe, Keio University: The WTO -The Multilateral Trading System at Bay? (Challenges in Global Governance of International Trade)
- Articles of the Financial Times Newspaper (PDF) [Enrolled Students Only]


#092013/06/05 Final Presentation
- A presentation file of the Economic group
- A presentation file of the Security group
- A presentation file of the Environment group
- A presentation file of the Society group


#102013/06/12 Chapter I/II  A historical perspective on regionalism
- Reading material: Japan's FTA Strategy and the Japan-Mexico EPA, Prof. Yorizumi Watanabe
- Chapter 1 & 2 of the Multilateralizing Regionalism, by Prof. Yorizumi Watanabe
- Reading material: FTAs and Japan's Trade Strategy, Prof. Yorizumi Watanabe


#112013/06/19 Student Presentation(2)
- Maiko-Chapter IV: Multilateralizing regionalism: Lessons from the EU experience in relaxing rules of orgin
- Luisa-Chapter III: Beyond Tariffs: Multilateralizing non-tariff RTA commitments


#122013/06/26 Student Presentation(3)
- Misato-Chapter VI: Services provisions in regional trade agreements: Stumbling blocks or building blocks for multilateral liberalization?
- Kayoun- Chapter VII: Harmonizing preferential rules of origin regimes around the World


#132013/07/03 Student Presentation(4)
- Li Kai-Chapter XI: Multilateralizing regional trade arrangements in Asia
- Andrea-Chapter X: -Multilateralizing RTAs in the Americas: State of play and ways forward
- Yushu-Chapter VIII:Legal avenues to multilateralizing regionalism beyond Article XXIV
- Kang-Chapter VIII:Legal avenues to ‘multilateralizing regionalism’ beyond Article XXIV


#142013/07/10 Student Presentation(5)
- Yutaro-Chapter XII: Fitting Asia-Pacific agreements into WTO system
- Mariana-Chapter XIV: The Challenge of Negotiating RTA’s for Developing Countries: what could the WTO do to Help?
- Borislawa-Chapter V: The Information technology agreement: sui generis or model stepping stone



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