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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Veronika Shumkova
ASEAN and the Potential of Asia-Pacific Multilateral Dialogue on Security Issues: Results and Strategic Dilemmas
9
2017
The paper examines the potential of the ASEAN-led multilateral dialogue platforms on security issues such as ASEAN Regional Forum (ARF), East Asian Summit (EAS) and ASEAN Defense Ministers Meeting +8 (ADMM+8). The research goal is to identify main results and strategic dilemmas of the ASEAN’s policy towards Asia-Pacific multilateral dialogue on security issues. The paper determines the factors influencing the activity of these structures, main results of their work, and the strategic directions of ASEAN policy towards ARF, EAS and AMM+8. n the paper author recommends ASEAN to upgrade main principles of cooperation in the ASEAN-led dialogue platforms as well as to consider its participation in the Eurasian initiatives.

The research is conducted under the security communities theory of Karl Deutsch and his followers with the use of the regional security complex theory.

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