I have been going through the books and papers on the political economy, arts, culture, state and societies of Central, East and Southeast Asian countries for the past several months.

The reading, often purely for pleasure and insight, is also part of my interest in the shift of power from West to East, something that has been discussed over and again for most of the past two decades...

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