Reinventing ASEAN

Reinventing ASEAN
Date of publication:  2001
Publisher:  Institute of Southeast Asian Studies
Number of pages:  316
Code:  BM228

About the publication

Reinventing ASEAN brings together contributions by some of the leading and well-established experts on ASEAN. It focuses primarily on the political-security and economic dimensions of ASEAN co-operation. In so doing, the authors have all treated the scope of their topics broadly. The idea of politics and security in ASEAN has been considered from many different aspects, under the rubric of "comprehensive" security or, to use a more recent term, "human" security. The consideration of economics is also rounded, and includes issues of development, as well as the political context for economic co-operation. Additionally, ASEANs processes and institutions, or what has been called the "ASEAN way", are also studied. After all, co-operation between nation-states encompasses not only what the members are trying to achieve together, but also the rules of how they are to work together. Thus, other areas for ASEAN co-operation, such as financial matters and environmental protection are also considered among the larger issues.


  • Reinventing ASEAN
    [Whole Publication, ISBN: 9789812305138]
  • Preliminary pages
  • 1. The Relevance of ASEAN: Crisis and Change, by Simon Tay, Jesus P Estanislao, authors
  • 2. ASEANs Past and the Challenges Ahead: Aspects of Politics and Security, by Jusuf Wanandi , author
  • 3. ASEAN in the Past Thirty-Three Years: Lessons for Economic Co-operation, by Narongchai Akrasanee, author
  • 4. Trade, Investment, and Interdependence, by Mohamed Ariff, author
  • 5. Southeast Asia: Development, Finance, and Trade, by Jesus P Estanislao, author
  • 6. Challenges for Society and Politics, by Carolina Hernandez, author
  • 7. ASEAN in the Age of Globalization and Information, by Chia Siow Yue , author
  • 8. New Security Issues and Their Impact on ASEAN, by Kusuma Snitwongse, Suchit Bunbongkarn , authors
  • 9. The Greater Mekong Subregion: An ASEAN Issue, by Kao Kim Hourn, Sisowath D Chanto, authors
  • 10. Expectations and Experiences of the New Members: A Vietnamese Perspective, by Nguyen Phuong Binh, Luan Thuy Duong, authors
  • 11. ASEAN and East Asia: A New Regionalism?, by Simon Tay, author
  • 12. Towards an East Asian Regional Trading Arrangement, by Hadi Soesastro, author
  • 13. Institutions and Processes: Dilemmas and Possibilities, by Simon Tay, author
  • 14. ASEAN in 2030: The Long View, by Hadi Soesastro, author
  • Selected Bibliography and References

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