ASEAN

Engaging the Neighbours: Australia and ASEAN since 1974

Frank Frost, Engaging the Neighbours: Australia and ASEAN since 1974, Canberra: ANU Press, 2016.

ASEAN and Environmental Governance: Strategies of Regionalism in Southeast Asia

Published in Global Environmental Politics, 12(3) 2012: 38-57.

The Perils of Incoherence: ASEAN, Myanmar and the Avoidable Failures of Human Rights Socialization?

Mathew Davies, ‘The Perils of Incoherence: ASEAN, Myanmar and the Avoidable Failures of Human Rights Socialization?’, Contemporary Southeast Asia, 34(1) 2012: 1-22.

Explaining the Vientiane Action Programme: ASEAN and the Instituionalisation of Human Rights

Mathew Davies, ‘Explaining the Vientiane Action Programme: ASEAN and the Instituionalisation of Human Rights’, Pacific Review, 26(4) 2013: 385-406.

ASEAN and Human Rights Norms: Constructivism, Rational Choice, and the Action-Identity Gap

Mathew Davies, ‘ASEAN and Human Rights Norms: Constructivism, Rational Choice, and the Action-Identity Gap’, International Relations of the Asia-Pacific, 13(2) 2013: 207-31.

The ASEAN Synthesis: Human Rights, Non-Intervention, and the ASEAN Human Rights Declaration

Mathew Davies, ‘The ASEAN Synthesis: Human Rights, Non-Intervention, and the ASEAN Human Rights Declaration’, Georgetown Journal of International Affairs, 14(2) 2013: 51-8.

An Agreement to Disagree: The ASEAN Human Rights Declaration and the Absence of Regional Identity in Southeast Asia

Mathew Davies, ‘An Agreement to Disagree: The ASEAN Human Rights Declaration and the Absence of Regional Identity in Southeast Asia’, Journal of Current Southeast Asian Affairs, 33(3) 2014

Women and Development, Not Gender and Politics: Explaining ASEAN's Failure to Engage with the Women, Peace and Security Agenda

Mathew Davies, ‘Women and Development, Not Gender and Politics: Explaining ASEAN’s Failure to Engage with the Women, Peace and Security Agenda’, Contemporary Southeast Asia, 38(1) 20

A Community of Practice: Explaining Change and Continuity in ASEAN's Diplomatic Environment

Mathew Davies, ‘A Community of Practice: Explaining Change and Continuity in ASEAN’s Diplomatic Environment’, Pacific Review, 29(2) 2016: 211-33.

SDSC scholars on managing the great powers in Southeast Asia

A collection of papers and contributors in a Special Forum, recently published in the Asan Forum, examines recent thinking in Australia and three states in ASEAN—Indonesia, Vietnam, and Myanmar. The coverage reaches beyond their attitudes to the Sino-US struggle over sovereignty and freedom of navigation to broader questions of foreign policy, emphasizing how domestic leadership is impacting strategic choices as the regional security situation grows more dangerous.

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