The legal authority of ASEAN as a security institution

Hitoshi Nasu, Rob McLaughlin, Donald R. Rothwell, See Seng Tan

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    Abstract

    The Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) has achieved deeper regional market integration to lay a socio-economic foundation for the development of a regional community, yet inter-state trust is by no means assured as Southeast Asian nations remain steadfast in maintaining their political regime stability against external interference. However, through its institutional practices, ASEAN has emerged as a distinct model of security institution, while the region's contemporary security landscape has diversified with various non-traditional security issues. By looking beyond the veneer of diplomacy and prevailing political circumstances, this book examines the legal nature and form of ASEAN's authority to address diverse regional security issues. It provides a fresh perspective on ASEAN's role as a security institution. With an interdisciplinary analysis, this book reveals the normative role that ASEAN plays in facilitating the processes of norm development, localisation and internalisation as it deals with contemporary security challenges confronting Southeast Asia.

    Original languageEnglish
    PublisherCambridge University Press
    Number of pages278
    ISBN (Electronic)9781108669511
    ISBN (Print)9781108705653
    DOIs
    Publication statusPublished - 1 Jan 2019

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