Ideas and Identity ASEAN notes

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Ideas and Identity 05:31 Acharya Institution-building in Asia Pacific > process-oriented (not the result of changes in the  international system) Process > Multilateralism Region’s mode of socialization Key Ideas > Cooperative security Open regionalism Soft regionalism Flexible consensus Institution-building > Avoidance of institutional grand designs Maintenance of the informal, consensual and cautious approach of the ASEAN Way The Asia-Pacific Way Localization of multilateralism Adaptation of regional/ sub-regional concepts and practices of cooperation to wider  international context (APEC and ARF) Creation of process of socialization and learning > pushing multilateralism in a region  where states have resisted it for a very long time. End of WW2 > a new era in world politics
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Unformatted text preview: Bretton Woods GATT World Bank International Monetary Fund Europe > Marshall Plan NATO ECSC and EC Asia-Pacific >? Norms and ideas as center - Constructivism ASEAN and Multilateralism On the economic front > support for APEC An ‘informal group’ > GATT negotiations Reduce trade and economic tensions in the region Incentive for major powers in the region (Japan) to pay attention to ASEAN On the security front > Engage China Reduce need for strategies of ‘containment’ Keep US engaged. The process in the Asia-Pacific 4 principles > (not asia specific – can be found in western framework) Open regionalism Cooperative security soft regionalism consensus The ASEAN Way Code of Conduct Non-inference 05:31 05:31...
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  • Spring '13
  • JOSEPHZASLOFF
  • Government, World Trade Organization, ASEAN Way, Soft regionalism, Open regionalism

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