Recently, I found a paper by Schilling http://www.jstor.org/pss/2371426, which mentions that for certain infinite field of algebraic numbers there is an analog of class field theory. By infinite field of algebraic number we mean an infinite extension of $\mathbb{Q}$. The paper cite a previous paper by Moriya which was the origin of the idea. I could not read the later since it is in German. Since the first paper is quite old (1937), I believe there must have been a lot of development in the mean time.

My question: Do we have an analog of class field theory over an arbitrary infinite field of algebraic number?

An even more general question: Do we have an analog of class field theory over an arbitrary field. This seems a bit greedy, but since we know that an algebraic closed field of characteristic 0 is totally characterized by its trancendence degree so if the answer to the previous question is positive the answer to this is perhaps not too far. Am I making sense?