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Strengthening ASEAN integration

International Conference on Strengthening ASEAN Integration: Lessons from the EU"s Rule of Law (2001 Bangkok?, Thailand)

Strengthening ASEAN integration

lessons from the EU"s rule of law : conference proceedings, February 2001

by International Conference on Strengthening ASEAN Integration: Lessons from the EU"s Rule of Law (2001 Bangkok?, Thailand)

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Published by Centre for European Studies in Bangkok, Thailand .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementedited by Apirat Petchsiri ... [et al.]
ContributionsApirat Petchsiri., Čhulālongkō̜nmahāwitthayālai. Interdisciplinary Dept. of European Studies., Čhulālongkō̜nmahāwitthayālai. Centre for European Studies., T.M.C. Asser Instituut.
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LC ClassificationsMLCM 2009/41354 (D)
The Physical Object
Pagination160 p. ;
Number of Pages160
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL23722896M
ISBN 109741315317
LC Control Number2007321765
OCLC/WorldCa50659183

The ASEAN Economic Community (AEC), a single regional common market and production base, will become a reality in for the million women and men of the ten ASEAN Member States. The ASEAN integration will impact the structure of economies, drive innovation and could double productivity in the coming decade. The authors of this book look at how the member states of ASEAN employ law as a means of regional integration within the context of environmental conservation. While the goal of new laws is to implement sustainable development, it continues to be an ongoing adaptive process, since clear and immediate answers to environmental challenges are.

Strengthening Women’s Entrepreneurship in ASEAN This report is published under the responsibility of the Secretary-General of the OECD. It is the result of a joint collaboration between the OECD and the ASEAN Coordinating Committee for Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises. The opinions expressed and theFile Size: 5MB. Cultural and Civilisational Links between India and Southeast Asia. Reports published by Shyam Saran, Former Chairman, RIS Published in ISBN: /

  Military cooperation between ASEAN states would not be for the purpose of fighting China, but would serve to negotiate from a position of strength and not the current climate of weakness. USS Denver participates in drills in the South China Sea on Feb. 10, The study’s main message is that through closer integration, ASEAN can form a partnership for achieving shared prosperity in the region and around the globe. Book Details Pages.


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Book Description. The first book to focus in-depth on the role and cohesion of ASEAN in international forums such as the United Nations and the World Trade Organization. Using a novel four-point cohesion typology and empirical data from two case studies, it provides recommendations for strengthening ASEAN's negotiating practice in the : Paperback.

Book Description. The Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) is building a single market and production base called the ASEAN Economic Community (AEC), in order to fully integrate itself into the global by: 1. strengthening ASEAN centrality in the regional architecture.

The implicit assumption we make is that ASEAN’s economic strength and vibrancy are at the heart of its ASEAN centrality. We argue that the key to the robust relationship for both parties is ‘socio-economic industrial cooperation’.

During the 12th ASEAN Summit inleaders of the 10 Member States of ASEAN decided to pursue a regional integration by Part of this integration is the establishment of the ASEAN Economic Community (AEC) which shall allow free movement of.

The end of the Cold War, the rise of China and India, and the strengthening of ASEAN as an institution and its gradual evolution from being a mere Association to an ASEAN Community working towards greater integration (based on the three pillars, political and security, economic and socio-cultural) have provided a strong impetus for ASEAN to play a pivotal role in the larger regional architecture being woven in the Asia-Pacific.

and the Initiative for ASEAN Integration (IAI) Work Plan III. The Handbook further reminds the need for ASEAN cooperation projects to uphold ASEAN’s purposes and principles in carrying out development cooperation endeavors with other parties.

This includes ensuring ASEAN’s centrality, as well as preserving inclusive and non-discriminatory. ASEAN: The Imperative of Regional Integration.

In one sense, this ceremony is of little importance. It is simply the handover of the administration of a secretariat from one head to another. Yet, in another sense, this transition could have deep and far-reaching significance.

ASEAN leaders and officials began to see the organization not only as relevant to Southeast Asia but also as the potential center of Asia-wide regional economic and, eventually, political Size: KB. The Association of Southeast Asian (ASEAN) leaders adopted the ASEAN Vision hoping to strengthen the foundation for a prosperous and peaceful community of Southeast Asian nations while creating a community that lived in shared stability and prosperity.

The purpose of establishing an integrated economic community is to accelerate economic growth, enhance trade development in.

But ASEAN began working on regional integration 40 years ago and created a cooperation framework for East Asia 10 years ago with China, Japan and the Republic of Korea (ROK) rather than the first. Legal aspects of regional integration: the EU and ASEAN compared --Problems with the free movement of persons in Europe: some lessons from the integration of the Schengen Agreement --Rule of law and traditional society: a footnote on ASEAN's legal culture --Strengthening ASEAN cooperation in the field of human rights: lessons for ASEAN-EU relations.

REAFFIRMING that one of the key purposes of ASEAN as stipulated in Article 1 paragraph 10 of the ASEAN Charter is to develop human resources through closer cooperation in education and lifelong learning, and in science and technology, for the empowerment of the peoples of ASEAN and for the strengthening of the ASEAN Community;File Size: KB.

ASEAN • Strengthen role of micro, small and medium enterprises • Strengthen role of private sector • Public-private partnership • Narrow development gap • Contribution of stakeholders on regional integration efforts A global ASEAN • More strategic and. ASEAN Centre for Energy (ACE) is an intergovernmental organisation within ASEAN structure that represents the 10 ASEAN Member States’ (AMS) interests in the energy sector.

Piewthongngam, Nimnual, "Strengthening and Deepening ASEAN Economic Integration through the ASEAN Free Trade Area: Legal Aspects of the Implementation of AFTA" ().Theses and : Nimnual Piewthongngam. ASEAN Statistical Publication eBook by Years,,Book description.

ASEAN as an Actor in International Fora addresses a blind spot in ASEAN research and in comparative regionalism studies by assessing why, how, when and to what extent ASEAN member governments achieve a collective presence in global by: 8.

On 12 Junethe NUS Centre for International Law launched its latest publication in the ASEAN Integration Through Law series published by Cambridge University Press—Can ASEAN Take Human Rights Seriously.

In his opening remarks, Professor Kevin Tan spoke on the little-known historical side of human rights and ASEAN. The panel discussion among the two [ ].

ASEAN-wide perspective across the Community pillars. This is to help officials beyond country or pillar defined specialisations. INTRODUCTION: INTEGRATION AND INSTITUTIONS Decem is the deadline for the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) to establish its ASEAN Economic Community (AEC).File Size: KB.

The book, a compilation of 50 think pieces by senior diplomats and scholars in Singapore, significantly contributes to the understanding and appreciation of ASEAN’s role in maintaining peace and stability and fostering socio-economic development in the region, and the shortcomings and challenges that ASEAN is facing and is going to face.

The EU supports a strong, united and self-confident ASEAN, proceeding with its own integration, and has consistently supported the ASEAN Secretariat and other ASEAN institutions.

From its own experience, the EU knows how important strong institutions are to the integration process. However, the potentials of space and geospatial technology and their role in sustainable development and strengthening resilience is not clear. They can improve the efficiency and resilience of industrial operations and effectively address issues in the regional economic integration of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN).Project description.

Title: Strengthening the capacities of the ASEAN Secretariat and the integration process within the framework of the ASEAN Community Vision Country: ASEAN Lead executing agency: ASEAN Secretariat Overall term: to