Our Publications
Besides the numerous books and articles written and edited by CPG members and research fellows, CPG, as an institution, pursues the following publishing formats:
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CPG’s publications include magazines, an academic journal, and books

CPG Series of Comparative Constitutional Law, Politics and Governance

The Publication Series on Comparative Constitutional Law, Politics and Governance, edited by CPG, draws together contributions of scholars and practitioners from all over the world dealing with current issues and developments in the intersecting fields of constitutional law, politics and governance in comparative perspectives.

Presented are publications on issues like constitutional structures and institutions; normative orders and discourses; human rights in national and international perspectives; questions of and strategies for national and regional security, stability and peace; the political integration within the framework of regional organizations in particular the ASEAN, as well as questions of legal transfer and legal reform.

The target audience comprises scholars of international and constitutional law, political and regional studies, as well as practitioners in the areas of development cooperation and the rule of law dialogue.

Link: CPG Series on Comparative Constitutional Law, Politics and Governance

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Cover of the CPG Series’ first volume

European-Asian Journal of Law & Governance (EAJLG)

The European-Asian Journal of Law & Governance (EAJLG) is a peer-reviewed academic journal published by CPG. Launched in 2011, it contains articles at the intersection of law and politics, with a particular focus on governance studies (public and private), constitutionalism and rights, procedural and organizational studies, as well as global and regional security.

The journal’s geographical focus is on European and Asian countries, including Asia-Pacific. Articles are sent out for peer-review. EAJLG occasionally also contains interviews and research material such as translated legislation and jurisprudence. Please visit the journal’s website for more information on submissions.

Link: European-Asian Journal of Law & Governance

Logo of the European-Asian Journal of Law & Governance

CPG Online Magazine (COM)

The CPG Online Magazine (COM) is a bimonthly online publication accessible via the CPG website. Launched in 2015, COM contains articles, interviews and current research material on topics related to CPG’s work. The magazine also reports and announces CPG events, gathers relevant job offers and portrays life at and around Thammasat University as well as in Bangkok.

Articles and interviews cover topics such as legal and constitutional developments, elections and political news, good governance and compliance, as well as geopolitical and security-related topics. Whereas the geographical focus is on (Southeast) Asia and Europe, contribution from other world regions enhance COM’s comparative perspective and are, therefore, also welcome.

Single COM issues are uploaded in the format of an online (pdf) publication. Additionally, all articles and interviews of all issues are available fully searchable and categorized, as well. For citations, please refer to the page numbers in the pdf document.

Link: CPG Online Magazine

Cover of CPG Online Magazine, issue 04/2016

CPGs Deutschland Heute

CPGs Deutschland Heute ist das deutschsprachige Magazin des German Southeast Asian Center of Excellence for Public Policy and Good Governance (CPG).

CPGs Deutschland Heute wendet sich gezielt an asiatische Alumni der Rechtswissenschaften, die in Deutschland studiert haben. Es ist ein fachorientiertes Fenster nach Deutschland, fokussiert auf juristische Themen und Diskussionen. Das Magazin behandelt auch Entwicklungen, Hintergründe und Geschichten aus Staat und Politik, Wirtschaft und Gesellschaft. Es erscheint in deutscher Sprache, wobei einzelne Artikel auf Englisch veröffentlicht werden.

Link: CPGs Deutschland Heute

Artikel über Entwicklungen im deutschen Recht für Alumni

CPG’s Asia in Review

CPG’s Asia in Review is a news review of recent happenings in the region. Through this newsletter, we wish to gather and share the most important news with you, in case you missed some.

The newsletter contains references to articles published in online newspapers, journals, and blogs. It covers background analyses, opinion pieces, comments, and recent developments in public law & human rights, security & peace studies, and governance & compliance.

We constantly monitor online news sources throughout Southeast Asia (including the ten ASEAN countries plus Timor-Leste), East Asia (China, Japan, North Korea, South Korea, Taiwan) and South Asia (India and Pakistan in particular) to collect the most relevant articles for you. Moreover, we scan international journals and blogs for in-depth reports and background analyses.

Link: CPG’s Asia in Review

Developments and background analyses from Southeast, East and South Asia