Critical Asian Studies (launched in 1968 as the Bulletin of Concerned Asian Scholars) is a peer-reviewed journal that publishes scholarly articles and other materials that challenge the accepted formulas for understanding the Asia and Pacific regions, the world, and ourselves.
Current Issue: Vol. 46, No. 2 (June 2014)
The Dronification of State Violence
– Ian Shaw and Majed Akhter
Rethinking Asian Mobilities: Socialist Migration and Post-Socialist Repatriation of Vietnamese Contract Workers in East Germany
– Christina Schwenkel
East Asia's Astronaut And Geese Families:
Hong Kong and South Korean Cosmopolitanisms
– Nancy Abelmann, Nicole Newendorp, and Sangsook Lee-Chung
Compressed Capitalism and Development: Primitive Accumulation, Petty Commodity Production, and Capitalist Maturity in India and China
– Anthony P. D'Costa
Asian War Machines
– Zia Mian and M.V. Ramana
Toxic War: The Story of Agent Orange, by Peter Sills
–Reviewed by Edwin A. Martini, Western Michigan University
Sources of Vietnamese Tradition, edited by George E. Dutton,
Jayne S. Werner, and John K. Whitmore
–Reviewed by Christopher Goscha, Université du Québec à Montréal
The second highest-ranked area studies journal covering the whole of Asia,
according to the 2010 Impact Factor ranking published by Thomson Reuters.
(© 2011 Thomson Reuters, 2010 Journal Citation Reports™)
SSCI Impact Factor: 0.733.