ASEAN and the institutionalization of East Asia / edited by Ralf Emmers.
Contributor(s): Emmers, Ralf.Material type: BookCall no.: JZ6009.E18 A84 2012Series: Routledge security in Asia Pacific series.Publication: New York : Routledge, 2012Description: xiii, 230 p. : ill.ISBN: 9780415614344 (cloth).Subject(s): Security, International -- East Asia | ASEAN | Southeast Asia -- Foreign relations -- East Asia | East Asia -- Foreign relations -- Southeast Asia | Regionalism (International organization) -- East Asia
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Includes bibliographical references (p. -220) and index.
Part I ASEAN's role in institutional developments in Southeast Asia -- 1. State weakness and political values: ramifications for the ASEAN Community / Christopher B. Roberts -- 2. Non-traditional security challenges, regional governance, and the ASEAN Political Security Community (APSC) / Mely Caballero-Anthony -- 3. Functional cooperation and ASEAN institutionalism: responding to HIV/AIDS / Alan Collins -- Part II ASEAN's role in multilateralism and security cooperation in East Asia 4. Driving East Asian regionalism: the reconstruction of ASEAN's identity / Herman Joseph S. Kraft -- 5. The fallacy of socialization?: rethinking the ASEAN Way of institution-building / Takeshi Yuzawa -- 6. The ASEAN Regional Forum and preventive diplomacy: a review essay / Ralf Emmers and See Seng Tan -- Part III ASEAN's role in the institutionalization of great power relations -- 7. Institutions and the great power bargain in East Asia: ASEAN's limited "brokerage" role / Evelyn Goh -- 8. ASEAN centrality imperiled?: ASEAN institutionalism and the challenges of major power institutionalization / Alice D. Ba -- 9. The institutionalization of ASEAN -China relations: managing the South China Sea dispute / Ian Storey -- Part IV ASEAN and alternative approaches to regionalism -- 10. Great powers and multilateralism: the politics of security architectures in Southeast Asia / William T. Tow -- 11. Explaining ASEAN's resilience: institutions, path dependency and Asia's emerging architecture / David Capie -- 12. The Northeast Asian Trilateral Summit as an alternative security architecture / Chong Wook Chung -- Conclusion: trends and driving forces in East Asian regionalism / Ralf Emmers and See Seng Tan.
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