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South East Asian Studies

Groningen Research Centre for Southeast Asia and ASEAN (SEA-ASEAN)

The aim of the SEA-ASEAN Centre is to further inter-disciplinary research on contemporary Southeast Asia and ASEAN, building on the successful framework of inter-faculty cooperation within Globalization Studies Groningen (GSG) and serving side by side with its sister organization the Centre for East Asian Studies Groningen (CEASG) in the broad study of Asia. The Centre aims to bridge high quality scholarly research, with policy relevance and a concern for societal outcomes, in the study of the nations and societies of Southeast Asia and ASEAN as a regional actor. A special focus is placed on middle-income developing countries in the region with a democratic tradition - Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines and Thailand - as well as countries in economic and political transition, especially Vietnam and Myanmar.

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Please contact the director: Prof. dr. Ronald Holzhacker, Faculty of Spatial Sciences, Department of Spatial Planning and Environment, and Faculty of Arts, Department of International Relations and International Organization (IRIO), Email: R.L.Holzhacker@rug.nl

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Laatst gewijzigd:05 oktober 2016 10:07