Between the state and global civil society: non-official experts and their network in the Asia-Pacific, 1925–45
his article stresses the need for a more rigorous scrutiny of the power structure in which an expert network produces its ‘expert knowledge’. It defines a pioneering multinational expert network in the Asia-Pacific region in the interwar years as a prototype of an epistemic community, and examines how far it challenged the state-centred and North Atlantic-centred dominant structure of international politics, and became ‘global’. In this article I argue that this particular network largely...[Show more]
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|Source:||Global Networks 2.1(2002): 65-81|
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