From Community to Compliance?
The Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) has been transformed from a periodic meeting of ministers to become the most important regional organisation in Asia’s history. An important tension in this transformation is the question of whether the ‘ASEAN way’ — defined by consultation and consensus, rather than enforceable obligations — is consistent with the establishment of a community governed by law. This book examines the evolution of efforts to gather and share information about compliance with international obligations, the other purposes that monitoring has served, and how such regimes might influence ASEAN’s ambitious goal of forming an ASEAN Community by the end of 2015.
From Community to Compliance? The Evolution of Monitoring Obligations in ASEAN (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2015).
The Introduction and Chapter One are available now on SSRN here.
Buy the whole book from Cambridge University Press.
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Ying’ employs various methods in crippling the enemy to this extent he isn’t able to
get up anymore. Tiger Claw is by far the deadliest of the five animals,
teaching students to strike just like the dreaded tiger. Copyright 2008-2010,
All Rights Reserved, Keith Sonnenberg Sun Mountain Martial Arts.
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