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[This chapter introduces the central puzzle of the book—Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) contribution to managing order in the Asia-Pacific and how it fits with the region’s great power politics. It highlights how ASEAN’s contribution to order management during and after the Cold...
[This chapter sets out the book’s conceptual and analytical frameworks. In the first half it presents a holistic conceptual framework which draws on world-systems theory, the English School and neo-Gramscian state theory. The intention is to provide an account of international order and the...
[This chapter analyses order and role negotiation between the US and Southeast Asian states from the early Cold War period up to the full US withdrawal from Vietnam in 1975. It looks at how US post-war designs for organising regional order in Asia were subsumed under its Cold War imperatives,...
[This chapter analyses the Third Indochina Conflict and looks at how it acted as a catalyst for a role contest between China and Vietnam. China and Vietnam sought to legitimise their respective containment strategies in Indochina with ASEAN through claiming a great power guarantor role. After...
[This chapter analyses ASEAN’s creation of its ‘regional conductor’ role in the Asia-Pacific. It shows how ASEAN conceptualised the role as part of an effort to maintain its relevance in the emerging order, but also as part of an effort to legitimise and embed complimentary great power roles for...
[This chapter provides a summary of the main findings of the book and discusses the future of ASEAN’s role in the context of the ongoing transitions in the capitalist world-system. It concludes that ASEAN will be unable to address these structural transitions, but also that it is unlikely China...
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