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This study argues that the extensive use of Information and Communications Technology (ICT) by the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) would:((1) enhance policy coordination within the intergovernmental organization; (2) promote inclusive regionalism by providing new avenues for broaderstakeholder participation in regional affairs; (3) help develop a stronger regional identity, particularly among the young; and (4) improve "network management" or coordination of the collaborativeactivities of the member states.But this study is not merely about making ASEAN more effective. Bylooking at how ICT - with its ability to overcome distance and time -could be a tool for enabling effective non-state actors in regional rulemaking, it also contributes to the literature on Global eGovernance.

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ASEAN 2.0: ICT, Governance and Community in Southeast Asia [Whole Publication] 29.00 USD
Preliminary pages
Executive Summary
1. Introduction
2. Institutions, Networks, ICT
3. From ASEAN 1.0 to ASEAN 2.0
4. ICT in Horizontal Policy Coordination in ASEAN
5. ICT and Inclusive Regionalism
6. Creating a Regional Identity
7. ICT and Network Management
8. ICT and ASEAN's Continuing Relevance
ANNEX 1
ICT in Governance and Community Building in Southeast Asia
ANNEX 2
Highlights of the ASEAN 2.0 Roundtable Discussions
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