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Seeking security in the dragon's shadow : China and Southeast Asia in the emerging Asian order
This paper examines China's changing security relations with Southeast Asia. It begins by highlighting the growing complexity of the relationship, marked by conflicting pulls of cooperation and rivalry. This is followed ...
Human security : East versus West
The paper examines different and competing understandings of human security and stresses the task of reconciling these differences as an important challenge for the advocates of this emerging global norm. It focuses on the ...
Reordering Asia : "cooperative security" or concert of powers?
This paper examines the prospects for a great power concert in the Asia Pacific region. It argues that while improved prospects for great power cooperation exist, especially in North Asia, an Asia concert system will not ...
Europe's crisis and Asia
Issues for an ASEAN charter
THE forthcoming ASEAN summit in Kuala Lumpur in December 2005 is likely to appoint an Eminent Person’s Group (EPG) to guide the development of an ASEAN Charter. The Charter is intended as a step towards the establishment ...
Multilateralism, Sovereignty And Normative Change In World Politics
This paper examines the role of multilateralism in fostering and managing normative change in world politics, with specific regard to the fundamental norms of state sovereignty.1 Post-war multilateralism helped to define, ...