ASEAN and Regional Order: revisiting security community in Southeast Asia

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"Founded in 1967, the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) has emerged as one of the most successful regional organisations in the world. This book discusses the future of ASEAN against a backdrop of a growing US-China rivalry and the security implications of COVID-19. Chapters in this book move through a detailed history of ASEAN and its multilateral institutions, including the ASEAN Regional Forum (ARF) and the East Asia Summit (EAS), featuring rare photographic material to contextualise both recent developments in regional security and projections for ASEAN prospects. Key concepts and terms are systematically unpacked throughout, focussing on rapidly changing international and regional environments, economic insecurities such as trade conflicts, human rights and ASEAN identity, and extensive analysis of the factors challenging the principle ASEAN Centrality and the Indo-Pacific security Architecture. The concept of security community frames this book, despite being subject to change if intraregional discord and institutional stagnation take hold. As a discussion of the role and future of ASEAN in a pivotal period of world history, ASEAN and Regional Order will prove vital to both students and scholars of international relations, regional organisations and Asian studies more broadly.

Registration No : B3154
Author :
Amitav Acharya

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Impresum : New York
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Language : English

ISBN 9781000378115

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Keyword :
1 Regionalism
2 Security Community


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