Post Tagged with: "ASEAN"

Interview – Joseph Chinyong Liow

Interview – Joseph Chinyong Liow

Dr Chinyong Liow discusses the Trump administration’s strategy for East and Southeast Asia, growing conservatism in Indonesia, and the 50th anniversary of ASEAN.

Student Feature – Middle Powers in International Relations

Student Feature – Middle Powers in International Relations

Middle power theorising can draw on a long and important intellectual history, emphasising the potential for states desiring middle power recognition to become good global citizens in a globalizing world.

Review – Asia’s New Battlefield

Review – Asia’s New Battlefield

A comprehensive analysis of the current battle for primacy in the Western Pacific which would be of benefit to students, academics, policy-makers and the general public.

ASEAN, Institutional Change, and Historical Institutionalism

ASEAN, Institutional Change, and Historical Institutionalism

Understanding the processes of institutional change is important to grasp the possibility and limitation of ASEAN’s institutional change, and its reaction to an event.

ASEAN Regional Institutions: Remaining Relevant amidst External Power Rivalries

ASEAN Regional Institutions: Remaining Relevant amidst External Power Rivalries

Maintaining ASEAN’s relevance amidst external power rivalries is premised upon ASEAN’s regional institutions remaining resilient to influences by external factors.

RtoP and Women, Peace and Security: A Shared Agenda for the Asia-Pacific?

RtoP and Women, Peace and Security: A Shared Agenda for the Asia-Pacific?

Shared advocacy between the Responsibility to Protect (RtoP) and the Women, Peace and Security (WPS) agendas is vital to help realise their stated objectives.

ASEAN: Going It Alone? Not Quite

ASEAN: Going It Alone? Not Quite

Despite decades of confidence-building, distrust among ASEAN member states has remained high, limiting the extent of intraregional cooperation.

Diffusing the EU Model of Regional Integration in Asia: Integration ‘à la carte’?

Diffusing the EU Model of Regional Integration in Asia: Integration ‘à la carte’?

ASEAN has demonstrated that it remains true to itself, seeking methods for making its own integration efforts more efficient without departing from its long established principles of cooperation.

An EU Model for ASEAN?

An EU Model for ASEAN?

The EU is not a model power for the Association of Southeast Asian Nations. At this point, it is simply another regional organization that can serve as a reference point for ASEAN’s past and future institutionalization.

ASEAN and the European Union: Lessons in Integration

ASEAN and the European Union: Lessons in Integration

The experiences of ASEAN-EU integration have clarified some hard truths. Both organisations should take each other more seriously and recognise the differences and similarities between their respective regions and organisational structures.

Pnom Penh: Strategic Implications

Pnom Penh: Strategic Implications

The strategic landscape in South East Asia is reordering. Southeast Asians and Americans must convince China that the “nine-dotted line” South China Sea is a bridge too far.

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