What elevates social ills to Asian transnational problems? What stakes does the United States have in solving them? What are the policy options, and the obstacles, for crafting multilateral solutions? Which problems are most amenable to solution, and which are most intractable? How do these solutions complement--or clash with--the pursuit of broader U.S. foreign policy goals in Asia?
Six experts tackle these questions in the chapters of this volume: Stephen Flynn of the U.S. Coast Guard on drugs and organized crime; Elizabeth Economy of the Council on Foreign Relations on the environment; Paul J. Smith of Pacific Forum/CSIS on labor migration; Sadako Ogata of the UNHCR on refugee flows; and Sidney R. Jones of Human Rights Watch/Asia on human rights. Two summary chapters by James Shinn weave the experts discussions into a set of general propositions for dealing with transnational problems in Asia. Обо всём этом и не только в книге Fires Across the Water: Transnational Problems in Asia (James Shinn) скачать Fires Across the Water: Transnational Problems in Asia, James Shinn