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3 Years Towards Free ASEAN: How to Prepare People in Psychological Dimension National Conference on 3 Years Towards Free ASEAN: How to Prepare People in Psychological Dimension (11th : 2012 : Bangkok) Presents the proceedings of the 11th national academic seminar and paper presentation of the East-West Psychological Science Research Center, Faculty of Psychology, Chulalongkorn University during 10-11 May 2012. Includes the agenda, opening speeches, a lecture, and seminar discussions on preparation for ASEAN Community. Provides 67 papers of faculty members and students concerning ASEAN and psychology. Adds biographies of the lecturer and dis ...Continue Reading Thai 85136
Roadmap for ASEAN Community 2015 Covers the blueprints of the establishment of the ASEAN's three communities. Presents the ASEAN Political-Security Community (APSC) Blueprint, including characteristics and elements as a rules-based community of shared values and norms, a cohesive, peaceful and resilient region with shared responsibility for comprehensive security, and a dynamic and outward-looking region in an increasingly integrated and interdependent world and implementation ...Continue Reading Thai 85133
Towards the ASEAN Community 2015 Describes the ASEAN community, covering the origin, members, Bangkok Declaration, ASEAN summit, establishment of ASEAN community, main purposes, identity, motto, flag, emblem, day, anthem, working language, office of the secretariat, and population. Studies why ASEAN community was established, including Thailand and ASEAN Community, the vision of ASEAN as the Community of Action, Community of Connectivity, and Community of People, and benefits f ...Continue Reading Thai 85093
ASEAN's Identity Crisis Weatherbee, Donald E Studies the notion of ASEAN's identity described as the theme One Vision, One Identity, One Community , exploring some previous ASEAN agreements and instruments, the ASEAN Charter, and the collective will of the ASEAN Community Challenges ASEAN's stability on its identity crisis, questioning how it can reconcile the respect for national identity with a regional identity based on common norms and values which are not part of that national identit ...Continue Reading English 85078
Achieving the ASEAN Economic Community 2015: Challenges for Member Countries & Businesses Compiles the papers presented during the ASEAN Roundtable on April 29, 2010 and during a brainstorming session on September 23, 2010 by the ASEAN Studies Centre of the Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, examining the prospects for achieving an ASEAN Economic Community (AEC) by 2015, the target date set by ASEAN, and obstacles in the way of its achievement from the point of view of each of the ASEAN member countries. Covers many thematic issue ...Continue Reading English 85074
Language, Society, and Culture: Common and Different Points of ASEAN Countries Montira Tamuang Provides general knowledge of language and changes in language in terms of the impact on sound systems, meaning and grammar society and social changes in terms of meanings of society, and causes, types and results of social changes and culture and cultural changes in terms of the importance, concept and origin, elements, characteristics, and theories. Gives broad information on ASEAN, covering ASEAN summit meetings, the ASEAN Charter, ASEAN ec ...Continue Reading Thai 85066
ASEAN-Russia: Foundations and Future Prospects Contains lectures, discussions and articles from the third ASEAN-Russia Conference in April 2011 as Track Two diplomacy efforts to examine the state of relations between both sides and ideas on how to advance cooperation between ASEAN and Russia. Covers the issues of a roadmap on Russia-ASEAN economic cooperation, the possible Russia-ASEAN FTA, Trans-Pacific Partnership, and energy cooperation. Includes other thematic issues on geopolitics such ...Continue Reading English 85065
ASEAN in Crisis: Divided We Stagger Points out the cause of the furore, which is the widening division in the ten-member grouping of ASEAN over China's maritime claims in the South China Sea, mentioning the failure to issue a joint communique after the meeting of ASEAN foreign ministers in Phnom Penh in July 2012. Describes the power of China over certain countries in the region, particularly Cambodia, Laos and Myanmar, and the support of America on the other group of countries, s ...Continue Reading English 85056
The Pacific Review Sukma, Rizal Explores the relevance of the ASEAN Political-Security Community (APSC) to the principle of Responsibility to Protect (R2P), and examines the challenges and opportunities for promoting greater acceptance and implementation of the principle in Southeast Asia. Locates the R2P within the APSC, looks at the characteristics and elements of the APSC, and seeks the similarity, difference, and relevance between the two concepts. Promotes the R2P in Sou ...Continue Reading English 85047
Geopolitics, International Law and the South China Sea Beckman, Robert Explores the problems of the South China Sea from the geopolitics and international law's perspectives. Describes the importance of the South China Sea bordered by China, Taiwan and ASEAN countries, such as Indonesia, Malaysia, Brunei, the Philippines and Vietnam, and the nature of the dispute on territorial sovereignty over the islands. Explains how the sovereignty disputes can be resolved, covering the legal basis for the right to explore and ...Continue Reading English 85036
The ASEAN Countries in China's Foreign Policy : 1967-76 Leung Yu-chin Raymond Analyzes the transformation of China's external relations with ASEAN countries from 1967, when ASEAN was formed, to 1976, the end of the Maoist era in China. Describes the relationship between China and Southeast Asia during 1949-1966, examining the roles of the superpowers in the region, China-U.S. relations before the Cultural Revolution, and the role of the Soviet Union.Explains the formation of ASEAN in 1967 and China's perception of ASEAN, ...Continue Reading English 85033
Why Does a Small Power Lead? ASEAN Leadership in Asia-Pacific Regionalism Min-hyung Kim Explores Asia-Pacific regionalism which has become one of the most salient features of global political economy since the 1990s. Mentions that it displays a low level of institutionalization and is led by a small/weak power (i.e., ASEAN), rather than major powers in the region. States that ASEAN leadership stressing dialogue and consensus without enforcement mechanisms inevitably produces weak regional institutions that are ineffective in resol ...Continue Reading English 85026
Good Water Governance Matters Explores water problems in Asia. Notes that access to water has important implications for health, education, poverty and the environment. Highlights global megatrends such as climate change, rapid urbanization and surging water demand which will force Asia to change the way it addresses water governance over the next 20 years. Suggests several aspects of water governance that currently demand attention. Contains interviews of several water p ...Continue Reading English 85024
Terms of Reference ASEAN Commission on the Promotion and Protection of the Rights of Women and Children Provides terms of reference (TOR) regarding ASEAN commission on the promotion and protection of the rights of women and children (ACWC). Gives information of words about ACWC including background, purposes, principles, status of the ACWC, mandate and functions, composition, modalities, work plan and funding, role of the Secretary-General of ASEAN and the ASEAN secretariat, general and final provisions. English 85020
ASEAN Legal Integration Briefs the activities of the ASEAN Integration Through Law (ITL) research project, focusing on the role of law and the rule of law in Asian legal integration. Provides an overview of the project, including timeline and achievement since 2010 to 2013, general architecture, the AEC group, ASEAN external legal relations group, ASEAN and human rights, and ASEAN and the environment. Describes the general architecture in terms of objectives and aspir ...Continue Reading English 85015
ASEAN and Human Security: Crisis-Driven Explanation Terada, Takashi Describes the concept of human security and the ASEAN way, related to the non-intervention principle, state sovereignty, and the responsibility to protect (R2P) approach. Examines the difficulties of introduction R2P as a human security approach to ASEAN by elucidating the process in which ASEAN has been striving to introducing human security norms through key critical events such as the 1997-98 Asian financial crisis, the 1999 East Timor inde ...Continue Reading English 84998
The Spratlys: From Dangerous Ground to Apple of Discord Womack, Brantly Analyzes how the South China Sea, and the Spratly Islands in particular, have become the focus of tension between the uncertain limits of China's rise and the discomfort of its Southeast Asian neighbours. Concentrates on the Spratly Islands because of the multiple claims and the importance of land features for the maritime disputes. Analyzes the interests in the Spratly Islands based on regional and global contexts. Looks at the United States ...Continue Reading English 84996
Civilization and Culture as Determinants of Regional Processes in ASEAN and European Union Drelich-Skulska, Boguslawa Addresses cultural and civilizational determinants that shape the regional processes in South East Asia and Europe. Explains globalization and regionalization in international relations. Looks at civilizational and cultural setting of regional process in ASEAN and European Union (EU) groupings. Discusses the idea of cultural integrity in Europe, institutional development of EU, and the ASEAN Way . Mentions that ASEAN adopted an approach base ...Continue Reading English 84992
Roymai: The Blueprint of the Globalized Identity Ananya Wareesaard Tells briefly the story of Roymai . Examines the idea of globalization as colonialism of the modern world, analyzing the image of Thailand and Laos in Roymai. Explains the economic and cultural change with the current of globalization, which transforms local communities into urban communities, in Southeast Asian societies, which can be seen from Thailand and Laos. Explores the heroine's belief and identity as a representative of Thai middle-c ...Continue Reading Thai 84960
Staking Claims and Making Waves in the South China Sea: How Troubled Are the Waters? Ba, Alice D Introduces the South China Sea dispute, drawing attention to the complexity of dispute in relation to maritime rights, maritime regime, resources, and the status quo power between China and the United States. Analyzes China-Southeast Asia relations and U.S.-China relations in Southeast Asia. Discusses the specific utilities of ASEAN in this dispute and China-ASEAN relations. Highlights how the intersection of U.S.-China issues has raised the s ...Continue Reading English 84954