Regional Security in Southeast Asia: Beyond the ASEAN Way

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Acknowledgements

This is a book about ASEAN and its experience on managing regional security. It is also as much a chronicle of how ASEAN's mechanisms of managing conflicts have evolved over a span of more than three decades. This narrative of ASEAN is also about a journey of someone who has sojourned, lived, and worked in many of the capitals in the region and in the process benefited immensely from the guidance and insights of a number of teachers, colleagues and friends whose valuable help made this book possible. In my research and writing of this work, I owe a great many debts of gratitude along the way.

This book started out as doctoral dissertation and I am very grateful for the intellectual guidance of James Tang, Amitav Acharya, and Khong Yueng Foong, who have generously helped me in the process of producing this work. I have never been able to thank them properly, and I wish to do so here. My thanks also to Barry Desker, Director of the Institute of Defence and Strategic Studies (IDSS), Singapore who has always encouraged his staff to publish their work.

The following institutions have also made my research work possible. My thanks to the Institute of Southeast Asian Studies (ISEAS), Singapore, which welcomed me as a Research Fellow in 1997 and gave me the research grant to embark on this project. To the Institute of Strategic and International Studies (ISIS), Malaysia, which allowed me to do much of my earlier writings on ASEAN during my time with them as Senior Analyst from 1997–2001, and to its ASEAN-ISIS network members — the Centre for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS), Jakarta, the Institute of Strategic and Development Studies (ISDS), Philippines, and Institute of Strategic and International Studies (ISIS), Thailand — I am extremely grateful for their generosity in providing me the research facilities and the important introductions to a number of valuable resource persons and experts in the field of security and international relations in Southeast Asia.

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