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The 2nd ASEAN Reader

by Sharon Siddique

The Second ASEAN Reader is a sequel to the first ASEAN Reader, published by ISEAS in 1992. Some of the classic readings from the original ASEAN Reader have been incorporated into this new compilation, but the majority of the readings cover the events from 1993 to 2003. During this decade ASEAN as an organization was revamped, and its membership increased from six to ten.
          
ASEAN has had to carve a niche in the proliferation of regional associations and bilateral relationships which mark the accelerating era of globalization. The economic pivot point for the decade was certainly the 1997 Asian crisis, while the war on terrorism has had a ripple effect on intra-ASEAN co-operation. ASEANs resilience and ability to adapt has allowed the organization to navigate on a steady course into the 21st century.
          

          

          

          

          

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Preliminary pages with Foreword by Wang Gungwu
SECTION I: ASEAN: INSTITUTIONAL REDESIGN AND DYNAMICS with Introduction by Sree Kumar
1. Early Southeast Asian Political Systems; 2. Post-Colonial Southeast Asia; 3. Post-War Regional Co-operation; 4. The Formation of ASEAN; 5. Institutional Framework: Recommendations for Change; 6. The Structure of Decision-Making; 7. The Association of Southeast Asian Nations: Challenges and Responses; 8. ASEAN Institution Building; 9. ASEAN during the Crisis; 10. The ASEAN Way; 11. ASEAN and Non-interference; 12. ASEAN: An Image Problem; 13. Intramural Challenges to the ASEAN Way; 14. Strategic Centrality: Indonesias Changing Role in ASEAN
SECTION II: MEMBERSHIP EXPANSION ON A NEW POLITICAL CANVAS with Introduction by Sree Kumar
15. Intra-ASEAN Political, Security and Economic Co-operation; 16. ASEAN and Indochina: The Dialogue; 17. Challenges for Society and Politics; 18. Expectations and Experiences of the New Members: A Vietnamese Perspective; 19. Between China and ASEAN: The Dialectics of Recent Vietnamese Foreign Policy; 20. Vietnam and Its Neighbours: The Border Dispute Dimension; 21. ASEAN Enlargement and Myanmar; 22. The ASEAN Troika on Cambodia; 23. The Greater Mekong Subregion: An ASEAN Issue; 24. The Security Challenges in the GMS; 25. The GMS Co-operation Within the ASEAN Context; 26. Impact of ASEAN Enlargement on GMS Countries; 27. Neighbourhood Watch and the East Timor/Aceh Crises
SECTION III: SOCIETY, CULTURE AND RELIGION: INGREDIENTS FOR A NEW TAPESTRY with Introduction by Sharon Siddique
28. Managing Mobilisation and Migration of Southeast Asias Population; 29. Media in Southeast Asia; 30. The Role of Education in ASEAN Economic Growth; 31. Climbing up the Technological Ladder; 32. Human Rights and Regional Order; 33. Promoting Human Rights; 34. Human Security in Vietnam, Laos, and Cambodia; 35. Role of Nonstate Actors in Building an ASEAN Community; 36. Ethnicity and Religion in Social Development; 37. Asia: Al Qaedas New Theatre; 38. Islam and Society in Southeast Asia after 11 September; 39. Islam in Southeast Asia: At the Crossroads; 40. Building Knowledge Societies: ASEAN in the Information Age; 41. ASEAN, the Wider Region and the World: The Social Agenda
SECTION IV: ECONOMICS, MODERNIZATION, AND CRISIS: AFTA AND AFTER with Introduction by Sree Kumar
42. The ASEAN Model of Regional Co-operation; 43. The ASEAN Free Trade Area: The Search for a Common Prosperity; 44. Co-operation and Institutional Transformation in ASEAN: Insights from the AFTA Project; 45. AFTA and the Politics of Regional Economic Co-operation; 46. Intra-ASEAN Economic Co-operation; 47. The Expansion of AFTA; 48. AFTA = Another Futile Trade Area?; 49. Foreign Direct Investment in ASEAN: Can AFTA Make a Difference?; 50. Privatization and Deregulation in ASEAN; 51. ASEAN and the Asian Crisis; 52. External Capital Flows and Policy Challenges in the ASEAN Economies; 53. ASEAN and the Idea of an Asian Monetary Fund
SECTION V: GEOPOLITICS, DEFENCE AND SECURITY with Introduction by Sharon Siddique
54. Is ASEAN a Security Organization?; 55. A Post-Cold War Architecture for Peace and Security; 56. ASEAN and the Southeast Asian Security Complex; 57. The ASEAN Regional Forum; 58. The ASEAN-ISIS and CSCAP; 59. Evolution of the Security Dialogue Process in the Asia-Pacific Region Experience; 60. New Security Issues and the Impact on ASEAN; 61. The Limits of Conflict Resolution in Southeast Asia; 62. Alternative Security Models: Implications for ASEAN; 63. Disputes in the South China Sea: Approaches for Conflict Management; 64. Integrating ASEAN and Fragmenting ARF in a Subregional and Regional Context; 65. Northeast Asia and ASEAN: Security Linkages, Implications and Arrangements; 66. Asia-Pacific Security: Strategic Trends and Military Developments; 67. The Interrelationship Between Global and Regional Security Issues
SECTION VI: ASEAN AND MULTILATERAL RELATIONS with Introduction by Sree Kumar
68. ASEAN and the North-South Dialogue; 69. The Parallel Tracks of Asian Multilateralism; 70. ASEAN and the International Trading System; 71. EU-ASEAN Relationship; 72. The Asian Crisis Seen from Europe; 73. The ASEM Process and Cooperative Engagement in the 21st Century; 74. ASEAN and the Asia-Europe Meeting; 75. APEC and ASEAN: Complementing or Competing?; 76. APEC and ASEAN: New Roles, New Directions; 77. The Asian Crisis and the Adequacy of Regional Institutions; 78. AFTA and NAFTA: Complementing or Competing?; 79. Regionalism and Economic Integration in East Asia; 80. ASEAN Policy Responses to North American and European Trading Agreements
SECTION VII: SIGNIFICANT OTHERS: ASEAN AND NATION-STATES with Introduction by Sharon Siddique
81. ASEANs Engagement with the U.S. in the 21st Century; 82. Is There a U.S. Strategy for East Asia?; 83. The United States and the Aborted Asian Monetary Fund; 84. Trends in U.S. Politics and Their Implications for Americas Asian Policy; 85. ASEAN-China Relations Turn the Corner; 86. ASEANs Role in the Chinese Foreign Policy Framework; 87. ASEANChina Trade and Investment Relations; 88. ChinaASEAN Free Trade Area; 89. The Rhetoric of Australias Regional Policy; 90. The ASEAN-10 and Japan; 91. Outlook for Japanese FDI in ASEAN; 92. ASEANs Role in Integrating Russia into the Asia Pacific Economy; 93. ASEAN in Indias Foreign Policy
SECTION VIII: THE CHANGING LANDSCAPE: ASEAN GOING FORWARD with Introduction by Sharon Siddique
94. ASEAN Towards 2020: Strategic Goals and Critical Pathways; 95. The Evolving Regional Role of ASEAN; 96. The Future of ASEAN; 97. Prospects for Intra- and Extraregional Relations; 98. Future Directions for ASEAN; 99. ASEANs Past and the Challenges Ahead; 100. ASEAN Vision 2020 and the Hanoi Plan of Action; 101. Overview of the Political Dimension of ASEANs Security; 102. ASEAN in a New Asia; 103. Towards an ASEAN Economic Community; 104. Institutional Reforms to Achieve ASEAN Market Integration; 105. Region, Security and the Return of History
DOCUMENTATION
ASEAN Declaration; Singapore Declaration of 1992; ASEAN Vision 2020; Ha Noi Plan of Action; Declaration on Terrorism
List of Abbreviations
Bibliography
The Contributors

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  • Number of Pages : 604
  • Publisher : Institute of Southeast Asian Studies
  • Weight : 1350g
  • Product Code : 9789812302335
  • Dimension : 190 x 260 mm

About Author

Sharon Siddique

Sharon Siddique is a Director of Sreekumar Siddique & Co., a regional research consulting firm. She specializes in policy design and strategy for public and private sector corporations, and in risk assessments of countries in Southeast Asia.