RSIS Monograph No. 13
What are the prospects of transforming the Asian region into a security community where regional states commit to peaceful relations and the avoidance of war with one another? Do regional institutions and the ongoing process of institutionalization in East Asia contribute to the quest for the security, peace and stability of the region? And how? These are some of the questions that this monograph addresses, through assessments of the specific issues under consideration by the Sentosa Roundtable Study Group in its preparation for the second Sentosa Roundtable. The group assessed the relevance of regional inter-governmental institutions-the ASEAN Regional Forum, the ASEAN Plus Three, the East Asia Summit and so forth-to regional security, stability and community building in East Asia, among other issues.
East Asia and Asia Pacific / International Politics and Security / Monographs / Regionalism and Multilateralism
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