ASEAN:東南アジアのリージョナリズム<br>Explaining ASEAN : Regionalism in Southeast Asia

ASEAN:東南アジアのリージョナリズム
Explaining ASEAN : Regionalism in Southeast Asia

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  • 製本 Hardcover:ハードカバー版/ページ数 239 p.
  • 言語 ENG,ENG
  • 商品コード 9781588261298
  • DDC分類 341.2473

基本説明

Explores issues of regional security, economic stability - and the growing expectations of the international community.

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Is ASEAN the foundation of a strong regional community in Southeast Asia? Or is it no more than an instrument used by its members to advance their individual interests? Addressing these questions, Shaun Narine offers a comprehensive political analysis of ASEAN from its creation in 1967 through the events of 2001. Reflecting both the accomplishments and the limitations of the organization, Explaining ASEAN explores issues of regional security, economic stability - and the growing expectations of the international community. Narine's trenchant analysis makes it clear that, unless ASEAN can resolve the problems of inadequate resources and disagreements among the member states, its future as an effective, active international regime is doubtful.

Table of Contents

        List of Tables and Figures                 vii
Acknowledgments ix
Map of ASEAN Member States x
ASEAN: A Regional Community? 1 (8)
Two Perspectives on ASEAN 1 (2)
One Identity Among Many 3 (2)
Outline of the Book 5 (1)
Conclusion 6 (3)
Institutional Development 9 (30)
The Origins of ASEAN 9 (3)
The Formation of ASEAN: 1967-1975 12 (4)
ASEAN's Organizational Structure 16 (3)
The Zopfan Proposal 19 (4)
The Bali Conference, 1976 23 (1)
ASEAN as an Economic Organization 24 (7)
The ASEAN Way 31 (2)
Conclusion 33 (6)
Vietnam's Invasion of Cambodia 39 (28)
The Interwar Period 39 (2)
Vietnam's Role 41 (2)
The Roles and Interests of the Great Powers 43 (1)
ASEAN's Response 44 (5)
The International Conference on Kampuchea 49 (2)
The Coalition Government of Democratic 51 (1)
Kampuchea
The Resolution of the Conflict 52 (6)
The Effects of the Cambodian Conflict 58 (3)
Conclusion 61 (6)
The Security Environment 67 (34)
The Intraregional Security Environment 67 (7)
The United States in Southeast Asia 74 (2)
Dealing with the Dragon: The ``China 76 (15)
Threat,''
The Aftermath of September 11th 91 (3)
Conclusion 94 (7)
The Challenge of the Post-Cold War Era 101(38)
Institutional Change Within ASEAN 101(1)
The ASEAN Regional Forum 102(11)
ASEAN's Expansion 113(10)
Regional Economic Initiatives 123(1)
ASEAN and APEC: Competitive or 124(9)
Complementary?
Conclusion 133(6)
The East Asian Economic Crisis 139(22)
The Crisis 139(8)
The Domestic Responses 147(5)
Causes of the Asian Economic Crisis 152(5)
Mishandling the Economic Crisis 157(2)
Conclusion 159(2)
Responding to the Crisis 161(32)
Dealing with the Economic Crisis 161(5)
Effects of the Crisis on ASEAN 166(4)
The Regional Haze and East Timor 170(6)
Regional Financial Architecture and ASEAN 176(3)
Plus Three
The Idea of an Asian Monetary Fund 179(5)
ASEAN's Role in `an Asian Monetary Fund 184(5)
Conclusion 189(4)
ASEAN in the Twenty-First Century 193(18)
Sovereignty and Identity 194(8)
The Question of Socialization 202(2)
ASEAN in the Twenty-First Century 204(3)
Conclusion 207(4)
List of Abbreviations 211(4)
References 215(18)
Index 233(6)
About the Book 239