East Asia

East Asia
  • Research team:
    • Akiko Sugiyama
    • Álvaro Nóbrega
    • Ana Cristina Alves
    • António Pinto Pereira
    • António Vasconcelos de Saldanha
    • Carlos Fraga
    • Carlos Piteira
    • Heitor Romana 
    • Humberto Rocha 
    • Isabel Cabrita 
    • José Duarte Jesus 
    • Luís Cunha 
    • Marco Martins
    • Maria Alexandra Martins
    • Moisés Silva Fernandes 
    • Raquel Patrício 
    • Ricardo Oliveira 
    • Rui Filipe Torres
    • Tânia Ganito
    • Tiago Maurício 
    • Tiago Vasconcelos

 

East Asia: identities, States and mobility

This research line combines several theories and methods of Anthropological social sciences with International Relations and Political Sciences, promoting studies on contemporaneity challenges and contradictions regarding this region’s societies and States and focusing mainly on identities, mobility and State-Building.

 

Themes:

  • Identities, States and Mobilities;
  • State building;
  • Dinamics in context of change.

 

Projects underway:

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Daxiyangguo – Portuguese Journal of Asian Studies

Asian Press Review Headlines

  • Thursday, 18 January 2018 Coreia do Sul - Coreia do Norte

    The issue of a “joint march” is forecast to gain more attention, with Seoul’s Sports Minister Do Jong-hwan hinting at the possibility of marching under the Korean Unification Flag. “The discussion is still ongoing, but the Korean Unification flag will be raised at the opening when a joint entrance is agreed upon,” Do said during a meeting with lawmakers at the National Assembly.

     

  • Thursday, 18 January 2018 Japão - Myanmar

    Japan stands steadfastly behind Myanmar against global condemnation over its handling of the violence in northern Rakhine State that forced over 650,000 Muslims to flee to neighbouring Bangladesh.

     

  • Thursday, 18 January 2018 Malásia - Singapura

    Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak says Malaysia does not want to return to "confrontational diplomacy and barbed rhetoric" when conducting bilateral relations with Singapore.

     

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