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ASEAN Diplomacy: National Interest and Regionalism

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ASEAN diplomacy reveals an interplay between national interest and regionalism among ASEAN states. Indonesia's President Suharto is a major force in ASEAN because of Indonesia's emphasis on consensual decision-making. ASEAN diplomatic ideas and practices stress mutual respect, national development and economic cooperation, cultural cooperation and national identity, and finally security cooperation.

Affiliations: 1: Department of Political Science, National University of Singapore

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1990-01-01
2016-08-28

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