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The Indonesian Way: ASEAN, Europeanization, and Foreign Policy Debates in a New Democracy
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On December 31, 2015, the ten-member Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) ushered in a new era with the founding of the ASEAN Community (AC). The culmination of 12 years of intensive preparation, the AC was both a historic initiative and an unprecedented step toward the area's regional integration. Political commentators and media outlets, however, greeted its establishment with little fanfare. Implicitly and explicitly, they suggested that the AC was only the beginning: Southeast Asia, they seemed to say, was taking its first steps on a linear process of unification that would converge on the model of the European Union.





In The Indonesian Way, Jurgen Ruland challenges this previously unquestioned diffusion of European norms. Focusing on the reception of ASEAN in Indonesia, Ruland traces how foreign policy stakeholders in government, civil society, the legislature, academe, the press, and the business sector have responded to calls for ASEAN's Europeanization, ultimately fusing them with their own distinctly Indonesian form of regionalism. His analysis reframes the nature of ASEAN as well as the discipline of international relations more broadly, writing a narrative of regional integration and norm diffusion that breaks free of Eurocentric thought.

History & PoliticsPolitics & governmentInternational relationsArms negotiation & control Publisher: Stanford University Press Publication Date: 12/12/2017 ISBN-13: 9781503602854  Details: Type: Hardback Format: Books
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Jurgen Ruland is Professor of International Politics in the Department of Political Science and Chairperson of the Southeast Asia Program at the University of Freiburg.

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