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ASEAN and the security of South-East Asia

Michael Leifer

ASEAN and the security of South-East Asia

by Michael Leifer

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Published by Routledge in London, New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Southeast Asia,
  • Southeast Asia.
    • Subjects:
    • ASEAN.,
    • National security -- Southeast Asia.,
    • Southeast Asia -- Politics and government -- 1945-

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references (p. 195) and index.

      StatementMichael Leifer.
      SeriesInternational politics in Asia series
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsD526.7 .L27 1989
      The Physical Object
      Paginationx, 198 p. ;
      Number of Pages198
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1782459M
      ISBN 10041501008X
      LC Control Number89175813

      Books Music Art & design TV & radio Stage US pledges $m security funding for south-east Asia. Aung San Suu Kyi asks Australia and Asean for help with Rohingya crisis. The article concludes that the future usefulness of human security in efforts to manage internal conflict in Southeast Asia will depend on whether the analysis of specific situations incorporates a thorough understanding of the unique relationships between government and other groups, as manifested in the `ASEAN Way', within the localities in.

        The internet is full of reading lists with titles like “10 MUST READ books about backpacking Southeast Asia!” This is not one of those lists. This is a list of 9 great introductions to the history and culture of Southeast Asia. These books have been chosen because they walk the middle ground between heavy history tomes and easy tour guidebooks. ASEAN was preceded by an organisation formed on 31 July called the Association of Southeast Asia (ASA), a group consisting of Thailand, the Philippines, and the Federation of itself was created on 8 August , when the foreign ministers of five countries: Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, Singapore, and Thailand, signed the ASEAN Declaration.

      The "security dilemma" is undergoing a renaissance in the literature, and this book uses it to examine one of the most dramatic regions of the world: Southeast Asia. The security dilemma is used to provide insights into three of Southeast Asia's security issues: ethnic tensions, intra-ASEAN rivalries and China's emergence as a regional great power. 1. Common and contending security ideas The evolution of ASEAN: faltering steps in regional reconciliation The evolution of ASEAN: emergence as a diplomatic community ASEAN and the invasion of Kampuchea The elusiveness of regional security ASEAN in retrospect and prospect. Series Title: Routledge revivals. Responsibility.


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The book examines ASEAN's mechanisms in managing challenges and threats to regional security. Its extensive analyses of the ASEAN story of managing regional security cover the different phases of ASEAN's development as a regional organization and explore the perceptible changes that have occurred in regional mechanisms of conflict management.

Figure 1 suggests the wider ASEAN family which were designed to maintain the centrality of ASEAN in the East Asian (and to some extent, Asia-Pacific) regional security architecture.

Over the last five decades, the Association of Southeast Asian Nations, established inhas witnessed few successes and several failures. Association of Southeast Asian Nations, ASEAN Secretariat, community of opportunity, connectivity, economic community, political - security community, socio - cultural community.

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This second edition of Constructing a Security Community in Southeast Asia takes the excellent framework from Acharya's first edition and brings it up-to-date, looking at ASEAN's comprehensive and critical account of the evolution of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) norms and the viability of the ASEAN way of conflict management.

Problems of internal and external security in South-East Asia have persisted as one set of competing global alignments has been succeeded by another, with major impact on regional relationships.

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It considers the nature and. Dr. Simon concludes that if the ARF and CSCAP are to continue as significant organizations in managing Asian security, all the members must accept that Asia’s future is integrated among the subregions of the Northeast, Southeast, and South, modify the noninterference norm, and adopt consensus-based decision-making.

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Southeast Asian foreign security priorities have shifted from ensuring regime security and coping with intramural conflicts toward managing wider structural transitions after the Cold War. This has entailed innovation in terms of renovating and expanding security concepts and pragmatically novel strategies vis-à-vis great powers.

The imperative for most Southeast Asian states has changed from. Problems of internal and external security in South-East Asia have persisted as one set of competing global alignments has been succeeded by another, with major impact on regional relationships.

This book, first published inexamines how the states of The Association of South-East Asian Nations (ASEAN) have attempted to confront the. The book examines ASEAN’s mechanisms in managing challenges and threats to regional security. Its extensive analyses of the ASEAN story of managing regional security cover the different phases of ASEAN’s development as a regional organization and explore the perceptible changes that have occurred in regional mechanisms of conflict management.

Home to million people, South-East Asia has enjoyed vibrant and fast-paced growth. The member states of the Association of South-East Asian Nations (ASEAN) form the eighth-largest economy in the world, with region-wide GDP growth at 5%.

The region comprises highly developed economies such as Singapore and Brunei, growing middle-income.I’ve been asked to speak on the important question of how ASEAN navigates its future in a South East Asia increasingly pulled in different directions by the contending security and economic force-fields represented by Washington and Beijing.

And in doing so, whether there is a new strategic equilibrium that can be reached in ASEAN’s response.