ASEAN-India-Australia:	Towards	Closer	Engagement	in	a	New	Asia	(Implications	of	the	Growing	Prevalence	of	Interregional	Crime	for	Cooperation	in	the	Asia-Pacific	Region)
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ASEAN-India-Australia: Towards Closer Engagement in a New Asia (Implications of the Growing Prevalence of Interregional Crime for Cooperation in the Asia-Pacific Region)

by Sandy Gordon

India's emergence of a great power has sensitized its regional neighbours to its growing role as a key security actor in an increasingly interdependent world. Both Australia and ASEAN now view India as a major player in the formulation and application of their own broad security agendas. This emerging trilateral compendium is particularly evident in such policy areas as maritime security, climate change, energy security, law enforcement, "good governance" and the politics of security institutions or "architectures". This book represents one of the first systematic efforts to consolidate these diverse but important concerns into an overarching framework for ascertaining and cross-comparing how these three entities are approaching these policy challenges, individually and collectively. It argues that the dynamics underlying their intensifying security relations are sufficiently important to conceptualize them as a distinct analytical framework that needs to be understood in the larger context of Asia-Pacific security politics.

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  • Publisher : Institute of Southeast Asian Studies
  • Publication Date : 2009-01-10
  • Product Code : 9789812309648C17

About Author

Sandy Gordon

Sandy Gordon is Professor, Centre for Excellence in Policing and Security (CEPS), RegNet, College of Asia and the Pacific, The Australian National University, Canberra.