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

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I would be most remiss if I did not also thank some of my fellow ASEAN travelers—especially Mely Caballero-Anthony, Shaun Narine, and Helen Nesadurai, whose intellectual contributions sharpened my thinking. They provided occasional voices over my shoulder, and their friendship made the process enjoyable. Thanks also to my various comrades along the way, especially Patrick Pillai and Dan Slater, both of whom will always be associated with Malaysia for me, as well as Amy Nagle, Peter Ronayne, Christine Spillane, and Kevin Tarmann.

My appreciation also goes to the ASEAN-ISIS network—with particular thanks to the Centre for Strategic and International Studies in Jakarta, ISIS-Malaysia in Kuala Lumpur, and Carolina Hernandez at the University of the Philippines for their help in facilitating interviews, access to materials, and for introducing me to the world of ASEAN “Track 2.” Thanks also to those at the Rajaratnam School of International Studies in Singapore, who have provided an intellectual community and have helped to keep me current; the various academics and officials in Bangkok, Jakarta, Kuala Lumpur, Manila, and Singapore who took time from their busy schedules to talk with me; and the ASEAN Secretariat for allowing me to include the ASEAN emblem as part of this book. The library and experts at the Institute of Southeast Asian Studies in Singapore were also invaluable resources.

This project would not have been possible without the funding provided by several institutes at various stages, including the Institute for the Study of World Politics, the Eisenhower Institute, the East Asia Center at the University of Virginia, and the University of Delaware. Thanks also to the Munke Centre at the University of Toronto, especially Joe Wong, for facilitating my ability to work on this project in its last stage. Matthew Davis offered his capable research assistance.

Of course, nothing would be possible or meaningful without the love and support of family. To Mom, Dad, and the best siblings in the world, thanks for always being there for me.

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