SOUTHEAST Asia accommodates a complexity
of security architectures, ranging from bilateral
military arrangements (such as those
with the US) to multilateral expressions of
cooperative security, such as those based
around the Association of Southeast Asian
Nations (ASEAN). Somewhere in between,
minilateral defense coalitions – small groups
intended to complement the more orthodox
security formations – also play a role.
A notable example is the Five Power Defence
Arrangements (FPDA),...[Show more]
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