Regionalism and Southeast Asia
Founded in 1967, ASEAN has been acclaimed by some as a vehicle for securing regional peace and security, and by others as completely irrelevant, characterised by meaningless commitments that are ignored by its members. The purpose of this chapter is not to take sides in this debate, but to equip the reader with the necessary information to make up their own minds about the nature and value of ASEAN in Southeast Asia. An appreciation of the context in which certain decisions were thought to be...[Show more]
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