(Re)Negotiating East and Southeast Asia: Region, Regionalism, and the Association of Southeast Asian Nations

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Acknowledgments

Like ASEAN, this book is the product of an extended process that has involved multiple renegotiations, much rethinking, and more than one crossroad. Perhaps, it is no surprise given the nature of the process that I have also accumulated a great many debts. My greatest debts are to those who provided guidance and careful comments since the project’s earliest iterations. Brantly Womack and John Echeverri-Gent at the University of Virginia not only took considerable time and care in reading early drafts but were also unfailing in their encouragement from beginning to end. In addition, I owe a particular debt to Matthew Hoffmann who read multiple drafts at later stages. I have been fortunate to have him as both colleague and friend.

This manuscript has also benefited from the conscientiousness of its anonymous reviewers. Their pointed comments and constructive critiques served to sharpen the overall argument. Thanks are additionally due to Daniel Green and Stuart Kaufman for their input on certain chapters. I am also indebted to Amitav Acharya and Richard Stubbs, both of whom offered much-appreciated encouragement and comments early in the process; David Elliott at Pomona College, who (unbeknownst to him) put me on this path early on; Yuen Foong Khong for his support; both Muthiah Alagappa at the East-West Center and the Studies in Asian Security Series’ editorial committee for their commitment to the project; and Geoffrey Burn for his editorial guidance.

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