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Foreign Policy in Authoritarian Regimes in ASEAN: the Cases of Myanmar and Cambodia

Student: Naing win Yan

Supervisor: Emmanuel Ilori

Faculty: Faculty of Social Sciences

Educational Programme: Political Analysis and Public Policy (Master)

Year of Graduation: 2020

The research examines the foreign policy authoritarian regimes in ASEAN countries, using the case study of Myanmar and Cambodia. Foreign policy may be defined as the youngest and newest discipline in the research area. It is also international relations and interdisciplinary that is made up of a number of disciplines, such as history, geography, economics, international law, and international organizations. The research will especially describe four chapters about the foreign policy of Myanmar and Cambodia. The research will review the regulatory framework and current reports of foreign affairs in Myanmar with a Literature review. Firstly, the researcher would describe the theories and background within the Foreign policy referencing Myanmar and Cambodia. Secondly, Research will describe the external environment, internal environment, and Foreign policy setting such as Lecture Reviews. There are the study of foreign policy, Approach to the word Foreign policy study, Comparative analysis of foreign policy, and fair labor association. Finally, research will describe the Comparative Analysis of Factor Influencing Myanmar and Cambodia's Foreign Policy in ASEAN as highlight the opportunity and weaknesses which is the better policy solution and highlight the successes. It can be coming up with alternative best policy solutions from comparative analysis. This research will an alternative policy solution for the migration issue in Myanmar with the outcome of Cambodia's foreign policy.

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