Asia is entering the 21st century as an economic superpower and is inevitably also becoming a political superpower. This evolution is the subject of Current Politics and Economics of South, Southeastern, and Central Asia
. This scholarly periodical includes in its scope the entire spectrum of contemporary politics and economics of Asia. The coverage is intended to deal with South, Southeastern, and Central Asia, its political dynamics, economic policies, institutions, and its future.
The journal contains original articles as well as public documents. Topics include: foreign policy; domestic policy; treaties; monetary and fiscal policies; foreign economic aid; conference results; military policies; employment patterns; inflation news; security affairs; government; environment; elections; political parties and their activities; trade balance reports; energy policies; aging; pensions and insurance.