civil society

Fixing ASEAN’s Partnership with Civil Society

For regional initiatives to have a meaningful impact for the peoples, both ASEAN leaders and civil society need to work out exactly what this ‘partnership’ is.

Bauxite Mining in Vietnam’s Central Highlands: An Arena for Expanding Civil Society?

Hunter Marston, ‘Bauxite Mining in Vietnam’s Central Highlands: An Arena for Expanding Civil Society?’ Contemporary Southeast Asia, 34(2) 2012: 173-96.

Child Safeguarding in a Peacekeeping Context: Lessons from Liberia

Sarah Blakemore, Rosa Freedman, and Nicolas Lemay-Hébert, ‘Child Safeguarding in a Peacekeeping Context: Lessons from Liberia’, Development in Practice, 29(6) 2019: 735-47.

Advocacy or Activism: Gender Politics in Fiji

Nicole George, ‘Advocacy or Activism: Gender Politics in Fiji’, IR Working Paper 2004/4, Canberra: Department of International Relations, Research School of Pacific and Asian Affai

Assessing Indonesia's Normative Influence: Wishful Thinking or Hidden Strength

Mathew Davies and Susan Harris-Rimmer, 'Assessing Indonesia's Normative Influence: Wishful Thinking or Hidden Strength', Asia & the Pacific Policy Studies, 3(1) 2016: 80-8.

Tradition and Good Governance

Customs or cultural traditions may be defined as those forms of behaviour (activities, beliefs, values) which change so slowly that they give the impression

Contending Liberalisms: Past and Present

The claim that the ending of the Cold War signifies the triumph of Western liberalism - irrespective of whether this is celebrated or deplored - overlooks th

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