Cooperative Security in the Asia-Pacific: The ASEAN Regional by Jürgen Haacke (ed.), Noel M. Morada (ed.)

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Several proposals had already been put forward since the late 1980s both by Western and other non-ASEAN countries, some of which were basically patterned after the Organization for Security Co-operation in Europe (OSCE). However, initially, ASEAN countries rejected these proposals. It was not until 1992 that ASEAN seriously thought of creating an ASEAN-led security forum, which would include its dialogue partners and some non-dialogue states. When the ASEAN Regional Forum (ARF) was finally launched in 1994, ASEAN members considered this a milestone in their organization’s evolution as the ARF was the first and only multilateral security forum in the region that brought together all concerned countries, including those considered to be ‘non likeminded’ states.

S. experience in the ARF and factors that are likely to influence its future relationship with the Forum. S. engagement with Asia for the last half century. S. S. S. had eyed for nearly two centuries (Calder 2004). S. S. S. occupied Japan and leapt to South Korea’s defense after invasion by the North). S.

Participants agreed that ‘the capability, inter-operability and readiness of the armed forces should be improved to contribute effectively in a multilateral cooperation network’ (ARF 2007d). g. g. disaster relief, humanitarian assistance, and peacekeeping operations) (ARF 2008g). ISG on CBMs and preventive diplomacy In 2005, the twelfth ARF Ministerial Meeting in Vientiane created the ISG on CBMs and Preventive Diplomacy to replace the ISG on CBMs. This followed up the recommendation of the ISG on CBMs in its Berlin meeting in February 2005 on ‘the need to reinforce the ARF, particularly by moving forward to preventive diplomacy while continuing with confidence-building activities’ (ARF 2005h).

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