The website of Asia West East Review(AsiaWE Review) has started publishing news and analyses in defined categories.
Contents of this website mainly focus on developments of the big continent’s Eastern and Western sections, striving for providing a deep understanding of the relationships between these two regions.
The website offer insights into the main categories of politics, diplomacy, security, culture and society, video, east Asia, and Southeast Asia.
AsiaWE Review warmly welcomes the thoughts and views of experts in the mentioned topics.
Here you can know more about us.
AsiaWE Review is published by the Asia West East (AsiaWE) Center.
The Asia West East (AsiaWE) Centre is a regional research center dedicated to the studies of security, diplomacy, and socio-political, economic, cultural, and social developments in the east and west of Asia and its wider geostrategic and economic environments.
East Asia includes West Asia which refers to the Middle East, and Southeastern and Northeastern countries with a special focus on ASEAN.
To achieve these objectives, AsiaWE conducts a wide range of research programs and holds conferences, workshops, lectures, and seminars.
AsiaWE Review is another tool to achieve the aforementioned objectives.
AsiaWE Review provides a venue for analysts and experts to disseminate content on a wide-range of subjects about ASEAN and the Middle East, oftentimes overlooked or under-represented by Western-dominated media.
Observers often follow major developments in the Middle East and ASEAN regions separately. However, the AsiaWE founders noticed the lack of attention to relations between developments in these regions and their mutual effects.
According to AsiaWE, this gap needs to be filled in by accurate monitoring, research of ongoing activities, and establishing connections or disruptions in the required communication.
AsiaWE Review seeks to showcase, in a readable and accessible fashion, excellent research in socio-political, economic, and geostrategic trends in ASEAN and the Middle East.
AsiaWE Review aims to publish independent and non-partisan commentaries and analyses to inform and educate readers, policymakers, scholars, the media, and corporates interested in the issues of ASEAN and the Middle East.
The views and opinions expressed here do not represent those of AsiaWE.
AsiaWE Review welcomes contributions from scholars, researchers, analysts, and policy experts.
The length of articles needs to be up to 850 words.
AsiaWE Review seeks commentaries written in a readable and accessible style, for an audience interested in ASEAN and the Middle East issues.
The commentaries should address issues of ASEAN and the Middle East. Concision and precision are required. Commentaries with clear arguments and rigorous analyses are preferred.
Interested in writing for AsiaWE Review, send the file to [email protected].