RSIS Monograph No. 6
The ASEAN Regional Forum (ARF) and the Organisation for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE) were both established in 1994. Their development since 1994 has, however, been very different. The ARF remains an annual meeting supported by more frequent meetings of Senior Officials while the OSCE has grown a secretariat and engages in peacekeeping operations. This monograph describes the development of the OSCE from the earlier Conference on Security and Co-operation in Europe, its expansion in the 1990s and its achievements. The intent of this monograph is to raise and discuss the issue whether this OSCE experience is relevant to the ARF. Are there lessons for the ARF to learn from OSCE as both institutions move into the 21st century?
Europe / International Politics and Security / Monographs / Regionalism and Multilateralism / Southeast Asia and ASEAN
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