ASEAN regionalism

cooperation, values and institutionalisation by Christopher B. Roberts

Publisher: Routledge in Milton Park, Abingdon, Oxon, New York, NY

Written in English
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Subjects:

  • ASEAN,
  • Foreign relations,
  • Regionalism
  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementChristopher B. Roberts
    SeriesRoutledge security in Asia Pacific series -- 19, Routledge security in Asia Pacific series -- 19.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsDS520.A873 R64 2012
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL24853772M
    ISBN 109780415490016, 9780203181041
    LC Control Number2011019784

'This is a useful book for students of East Asian regionalism.] [A very good starting point for considering current preoccupations and relatively conventional thinking on future possibilities.' - Jim Rolfe, Conteomporary Southeast Asia, Vol Number 3, December The book also has clear policy implications as it shows the need for a more symmetrical relationship between the EU and ASEAN.' Luk Van Langenhove, United Nations University, Bruges, Belgium 'This book is a worthy contribution to international relations research on norm diffusion, perception and regionalism. 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 ASEAN-China free trade zone may spur regional integration in East Asia by motivating other East Asian nations to join the ASEAN-China .

Get this from a library! The politics of ASEAN: an introduction to Southeast Asian regionalism. [Estrella D Solidum] -- "This book reviews the region when it comprised various settlements, going all the way up to modern times when the region became known as Southeast Asia. The book covers the genesis of ASEAN and its. The ASEAN region has a population of more than million and covers a total area of million square miles ( million square km). ASEAN replaced the Association of South East Asia (ASA), which had been formed by the Philippines, Thailand, and the Federation of Malaya (now part of Malaysia) in Under the banner of cooperative peace. Explaining ASEAN: Regionalism in Southeast Asia.. [Shaun Narine] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Contacts Search for a Library. Create lists, bibliographies and reviews: or Search WorldCat. Find items in libraries near you. East Asia is a region that holds much fascination for many people. It is one of the world's most dynamic and diverse regions and is also becoming an increasingly coherent region through the inter-play of various integrative economic, political and socio-cultural processes. Such a development is generally referred to as 'regionalism', which itself has become a defining feature of the.

ASEAN’s inclusive outlook has paved the way for community-building not only in Southeast Asia, but also in the broader Asia Pacific region where several other inter-governmental organizations now co-exist. The original ASEAN logo presented five brown sheaves of rice stalks, one for each founding member. ASEAN: In Need of another Miracle” in Asian Exchange, vol. 13 no., for a discussion of ASEAN’s early trade and economic integration initiatives. 5The next chapter, Rene Ofreneo’s “Neo-liberalism and the Working People of Southeast Asia”, gives a more detailed discussion of AFTA 6 ASEAN-6 refers to Brunei, Indonesia, Malaysia.

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Book Description. This book examines the key motivations for and challenges to greater regional integration in Southeast Asia. It demonstrates how security and economic concerns -domestic, regional and international - have either contributed to, or detracted from, an increased level of unity and cooperation in ASEAN.

This book examines the key motivations for and challenges to greater regional integration in Southeast Asia. It demonstrates how security and economic concerns -domestic, regional and international - have either contributed to, or detracted from, an increased level of unity and cooperation in : $   This book examines the key motivations for and challenges to greater regional integration in Southeast Asia.

It demonstrates how security and economic concerns -domestic, regional and international - have either contributed to, or detracted from, an increased level of unity and cooperation in by:   Advancing East Asian Regionalism looks at the ways in which ASEAN has expanded since the crisis, and evaluates the potential of East Asia to come together in a regional formation - one capable of representing the region as a whole - akin to the European by: Introduction Regionalism and ASEAN: bridging the divide between pol icy By the turn of the millennium, a complicated mix of regional events and global un­cer­tainties­had­signi­fic­antly­challenged­the­modus­operandi, values and pres­ tige of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN).Author: Christopher B.

Roberts. How to cite: Maksum, Ali. ASEAN Regionalism: Challenges and Prospects. Prepared for The ASEAN Youth Workshop on ASEAN Community “Unity in Diversity”10 DecemberUniversiti Sains ASEAN regionalism book, Penang.

Book Description. In this third edition of Constructing a Security Community in Southeast Asia, Amitav Acharya offers a comprehensive and critical account of the evolution of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) norms and the viability of the ASEAN regionalism book way of conflict ng on the framework from the first edition, which inspired the establishment of the ASEAN.

Emerging Asian Regionalism 26 Chapter 2 Asian regionalism: context and scope A sian regionalism is the product of economic interaction, not political planning. As a result of successful, outward-oriented growth strategies, Asian economies have grown not only richer, but also closer together.

In recent years. It is in this light that ASEAN member-countries must resist the temptation to give priority to reaching out to the mighty powers and the big markets as a substitute for ASEAN and regionalism.

ASEAN is, of course, open, as individual countries and as an association, to the. ASEAN Regionalism. DOI link for ASEAN Regionalism. ASEAN Regionalism book. Cooperation, Values and Institutionalisation.

ASEAN Regionalism. DOI link for ASEAN Regionalism. ASEAN Regionalism book. Cooperation, Values and Institutionalisation. By Christopher B.

Roberts. Edition 1st Edition. First Published eBook Published 15 March Author: Christopher B. Roberts. Book Description: Zahid Shahab Ahmed evaluates the progress of the South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC).

This study goes beyond economic integration to present a detailed appraisal of cooperation under the overarching themes of economic cooperation, environmental security, human welfare, and cooperation in security matters. East Asia is one of the world's most dynamic and diverse regions and is also becoming an increasingly coherent region through the inter-play of various integrative economic, political and socio-cultural processes.

Fully updated and revised throughout, this new edition explores the various ways in which East Asian regionalism continues to by:   The Routledge Handbook of Asian Regionalism is a definitive introduction to, and analysis of, the development of regionalism in Asia, including coverage of East Asia, Southeast Asia and South Asia.

The contributors engage in a comprehensive exploration of what is arguably the most dynamic and important region in the world. 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.

regional cooperation can cost an economic misfortune. We now understand how enhancing regional integration and cooperation is important to build stronger and more resilient economies. This excellent study summarizes well the important issues related to Asian regionalism.

It is a book. Nariten has not written a well-balanced book on Asean especially with regards to solving its economic cooperation problems.

He has tried to provide a good framework on what it takes for Asean to do in the face of the onslaught from India and China. He might be too pessimistic at times regarding the future of the by: Asian regionalism could bring huge benefits not just to Asia, but to the world.

It could help sustain the region’s growth, underpin its stability, and—with the right policies—reduce inequality. And it could help marshal a common response to major new challenges that often arise suddenly and unexpectedly. This edited book offers an opportunity for a dialogue among scholarly communities on a variety of issues of which Southeast Asia and ASEAN provide ample opportunities for a critical analysis.

This book will be of great interest to scholars of ASEAN, the broader Asian region, and for scholars of regionalism. (Re)Negotiating East and Southeast Asia: Region, Regionalism, and the Association of Southeast Asian Nations By Alice D. BA Stanford University Press, Read preview Overview ASEAN-China Relations: Realities and Prospects By Saw Swee-Hock; Sheng Lijun; Chin Kin Wah Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, Type: BOOK - Published: - Publisher: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies Get Books As the regional financial and economic crisis has bottomed out and the ASEAN countries are on the recovery path, this volume seeks to carry out a post-mortem on the crisis to evaluate the sustainability of the recovery and the long-term direction of the.

As a textbook on East Asian regionalism, Dent’s book has the following merits. As emphasized in the preface, one of the strengths of this book lies in the consistent application of his studies, whether they are issue-specific or case studies, of East Asian regionalism to the theoretical frameworks he uses, namely neo-realism, neo-liberalism.

Regionalism is of growing relevance to the political economy of Asia-Pacific. In the wake of the Asian financial crisis, this timely volume investigates in four different chapters the dynamics of. The Routledge Handbook of Asian Regionalism is a definitive introduction to, and analysis of, the development of regionalism in Asia, including coverage of East Asia, Southeast Asia and South Asia.

The contributors engage in a comprehensive exploration of what is arguably the most dynamic and important region in the by: This book seeks to explain two core paradoxes associated with the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN): How have diverse states hung together and stabilized relations in the face of competing interests, divergent preferences, and arguably weak cooperation.

How has a group of lesser, self-identified Southeast Asian powers gone beyond its original regional purview to shape the form. 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. Addressing these questions, Shaun Narine offers a comprehensive political analysis of ASEAN from its creation in through the events of Reflecting both the accomplishments and the 5/5(1).

The establishment of ASEAN promised to help resolve intra‐regional tensions while giving the insecure states of Southeast Asia a higher profile and presence in a wider region of which it was a hitherto subordinate part (Beeson ).

Perhaps the most significant innovation to come out of ASEAN was its diplomatic modus operandi. Using the asean Regional Plan for Action (rpa) of the Declaration on the Elimination of Violence Against Women (evaw), which covers a ten-year period (–), this chapter makes a case for how the rpa can serve as a critical vector for broadening the significance of R2P and wps in the region to address sexual and gender-based.

This book examines the key motivations for and challenges to greater regional integration in Southeast Asia. It demonstrates how security and economic concerns -domestic, regional and international - have either contributed to, or detracted from, an increased level of unity and cooperation in ASEAN.

The book also has clear policy implications as it shows the need for a more symmetrical relationship between the EU and ASEAN.' Luk Van Langenhove, United Nations University, Bruges, Belgium 'This book is a worthy contribution to international relations research on norm diffusion, perception and by: 8.

ASEAN: A Prime Example of Regionalism in Southeast Asia ♦ Katja Weber ♣ Following World War II, the Southeast Asian countries gradually gained independence from their colonizers, but only to become part of the Cold War struggle between the United States and the Soviet Union, and “a battleground in the conflict between China and the Soviet.The book covers the genesis of ASEAN and its early experiences with the concept of cooperation.

The latest profile and a brief history of each member state is added to contribute to the readers' knowledge of the countries in ASEAN a Reviews the region when it comprised various settlements, going all the way up to modern times when the region /5.The Master Plan on ASEAN Connectivity (MPAC)adopted by ASEAN Leaders at the 28th / 29th ASEAN Summits in Vientiane, Lao PDR, in September aims to achieve a seamlessly and comprehensively connected and integrated ASEAN that will promote competitiveness, inclusiveness, and a greater sense of Community.