The ASEAN Reader (2nd Reprint 2003)

The ASEAN Reader (2nd Reprint 2003)

K S Sandhu ; Sharon Siddique ; Chandran Jeshurun ; Ananda Rajah ; Joseph L H Tan ; Pushpa Thambipillai

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ISBN: 9789813016415

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The ASEAN Reader is a mosaic of research material on ASEAN meticulously culled and crafted by a multi-disciplinary team of ISEAS researchers, from thousands of pieces of scholarly research which had been published on ASEAN between1967 and 1991. A subsequent follow-up volume, The 2nd ASEAN Reader, covers the period 1992 to 2003.
           The ASEAN Reader is divided into ten comprehensive sections. There is a general introduction to the volume as well as introductions specific to each of the sections.
           Every effort has been made to ensure that disciplinary, as well as historical developments, have received broad representation, and that there is a balance of points-of-view reflected in the mix of Asian and Western scholars.
          
           1st Reprint 1994
           2nd Reprint 2003
          
          
          
          
          
          

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Preliminary pages
SECTION I: HISTORY OF REGIONALISM IN SOUTHEAST ASIA with Introduction by Sharon Siddique
1. Early Southeast Asian Political Systems
2. Southeast Asia as a Regional Unit
3. Post-Colonial Southeast Asia
4. The Southeast Asia Command
5. Post-War Regional Co-operation
6. SEATO, ASA, Maphilindo and ASPAC
SECTION II: ORIGINS, FORMATION, AND ORGANIZATION OF ASEAN with Introduction by Pushpa Thambipillai
7. The Formation of ASEAN
8. The Evolution of ASEAN, 1967-75
9. The Third ASEAN Summit
10. The Fourth ASEAN Summit
11. The Institutional Structure
12. The Private Sector
13. ASEAN and the NGOs
14. Institutional Framework: Recommendations for Change
15. Dialogue Partners
16. Negotiating Styles
17. Bilateral Summitry
18. Role of Law in ASEAN Development
SECTION III: THE POLITICS OF ASEAN with Introduction by Chandran Jeshurun
19. Political Relations within ASEAN
20. The Structure of Decision-Making
21. Intra-ASEAN Political, Security and Economic Co-operation
22. The Problem of Legitimacy
23. The Military and National Security
24. The Prospects for Orderly Change in ASEAN
SECTION IV: SOCIAL AND CULTURAL ISSUES IN ASEAN with Introduction by Ananda Rajah
25. Cultural Development: An ASEAN Overview
26. Problems in Cultural Development
27. Cultural Co-operation between the ASEAN States
28. Demographic and Social Development: Taking Stock for the Morrow
29. Recent Trends in Urbanization
30. Cultural Components of the Search for Social Justice in ASEAN: A Westerner's View
31. Co-operation on Education in ASEAN
32. Ethnicity and Religion in Social Development
33. The Present and Future Role of the Press
SECTION V: ECONOMIC CO-OPERATION: STOCKTAKING, ISSUES, AND TRENDS with Introduction by Joseph L H Tan
34. ASEAN Economic Co-operation: A Political Economy Point of View
35. ASEAN Economic Co-operation: The New International Economic Environment
36. Challenges in ASEAN Economic Co-operation: An Outsider's Perspective
37. The ASEAN Summit and ASEAN Economic Co-operation
38. The Changing Role of ASEAN in the Coming Decades: Post-Manila-Summit Perspectives
39. Government and Private Sector Relations in ASEAN Economic Co-operation
40. Intra-ASEAN Economic Co-operation: A New Perspective
41. The ASEAN Model of Regional Co-operation
SECTION VI: INTRA-ASEAN ECONOMIC CO-OPERATION with Introduction by Joseph L H Tan
42. ASEAN Preferential Trading Arrangements: An Overview
43. ASEAN Industrial Co-operation
44. Small Enterprises in ASEAN
45. ASEAN Co-operation in Food, Agriculture, and Forestry
46. Structural Change and Energy Policy in ASEAN: Towards Regional Co-operation
47. ASEAN Co-operation in Banking and Finance
48. ASEAN Co-operation in Tourism
49. ASEAN Co-operation in Transport
50. Development Co-operation in Human Resources: The ASEAN Experience
51. Regional Co-operation in Environmental Activities
52. Privatization and Deregulation in ASEAN
53. Prospects for Intra-ASEAN Investment
SECTION VII: ASEAN EXTERNAL ECONOMIC RELATIONS with Introduction by Joseph L H Tan
54. ASEAN and Pacific Economic Co-operation
55. ASEAN-U.S. Initiative
56. ASEAN-Japan Economic Co-operation
57. ASEAN-EC Economic Co-operation
58. China's Economic Relation with ASEAN Countries
59. ASEAN, Indochina, and Myanmar
60. ASEAN-South Asia Economic Relations
61. Latin America and the ASEAN Countries
SECTION VIII: DEFENCE AND SECURITY with Introduction by Chandran Jeshurun
62. Regional Security in Southeast Asia
63. The Strategic Balance in Southeast Asia
64. Is ASEAN a Security Organization?
65. ASEAN and the Indochina Conflict
66. The Limits of Conflict Resolution in Southeast Asia
67. ASEAN and Regional Security
68. The U.S. and ASEAN's Approach to Security in Southeast Asia
69. The Pattern of Military Modernization in Southeast Asia
70. ASEAN and the Future of Regional Security
71. Prospects of Trilateral Security Co-operation in ASEAN
72. ASEAN Security Co-operation in the Post-Cold War Era
SECTION IX: ASEAN EXTERNAL RELATIONS with Introduction by Chandran Jeshurun
73. ASEAN and the Great Powers after 1978
74. ASEAN's View of the Role of the United States in Southeast Asia
75. ASEAN-U.S. Relations
76. ASEAN-China Relations
77. China's Policy towards Southeast Asia
78. ASEAN-Australia Relations
79. ASEAN and the North-South Dialogue
80. Japan's Changing Policy towards ASEAN
81. ASEAN and the Major Powers in the 1980s
82. ASEAN-Vietnam Relations
83. ASEAN's Relations with China and Japan
84. ASEAN's Changing External Relations
85. ASEAN and Japan's New Role in Southeast Asia
86. ASEAN and Global Issues
SECTION X: THE FUTURE OF REGIONALISM IN SOUTHEAST ASIA with Introduction by Sharon Siddique
87. Global Trends and the Asia-Pacific
88. From the USSR to Russia on the Pacific
89. The Regional Security Environment
90. Developing the Asia-Pacific Region
91. Global Restructuring and Southeast Asia
92. Options for ASEAN
93. Implementing AFTA, 1992-2007
94. Assessing AFTA
The Contributors
Documentation
List of Abbreviations
Bibliography

Subjects:International Relations

Number of Pages: 584

Imprint:

Institute of Southeast Asian Studies

Publication Date: 37900

Format: PB


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