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Association of south east asian Nation Click to edit Master subtitle style Presented By prateek kumar


Philippines-Malaysia (over Sabah) Singapore secession from Malaysia Mindanao. the Philippines and Malaysia – – – – • • Poor Communism – Cold War. Lee . proxy wars Indochina War: Vietnam. Laos Cambodia Burma: 1962 – – 4/10/12 • Club of dictators: Marcos. Thanom. Southern Thailand Thailand was brokering reconciliation among Indonesia. Suharto.The Context: 1960s • Conflict: – Indonesia-Malaysia (Konfrontasi 1962-66). arms race.

with the signing of the ASEAN Declaration (Bangkok Declaration) Founding Fathers of ASEAN: 5 Foreign Ministers Adam Malik (Indonesia). S. Ramos ( Philippines). Thailand. Rajaratnam (Singapore) and Thanat Khoman (Thailand) – 4/10/12 .Overview – 8 August 1967 in Bangkok. Tun Abdul Razak (Malaysia). Narciso R.

promotion of regional peace and stability through abiding respect for justice and the rule of law and adherence to the principles of the UN Charter. social. secure for their peoples and for posterity the blessings of peace. through joint efforts and sacrifices. Representing the collective will of the nations of Southeast Asia to bind themselves together in friendship and cooperation and.Bangkok Declaration • cooperation in the economic. cultural. freedom and prosperity • • 4/10/12 . technical. educational and other fields.

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subversion. sovereignty. and coercion Non-interference in the internal affairs of one another – – Settlement of differences or disputes by 4/10/12peaceful manner – .Treaty of Amity and Cooperation (TAC) : – Mutual respect for the independence. and national identity of all nations The rights of every state to lead its national existence free from external interference.Fundamental Principles • Feb. territorial integrity. 1967 . equality.

protect and promote human rights Respond to common threats Promote sustainable development Develop human resources … • • • • • • • • . narrow development gap Strengthen democracy. security. economic. sociocultural cooperation Preserve as nuclear weapons free zone Peace with the world.ASEAN Objectives • Enhance peace. harmonious environment Single market and production base 4/10/12 • • Alleviate poverty. security stability Political.

ASEAN Today: 2000s • Diversity – Political systems: Democracies. Monarchy Economic development • • – HDI (2004): Rank 25 to 133 GDP (2006): $208 to $29.499 – Economic systems • Power dynamics: – Traditional most influential member – Indonesia The shift of power from ‘older 5’ to ‘newer 4’ 4/10/12 (CLMV)? – . Dictatorships.

and Cambodia (1999) The next 10 years: (1998-2007): vision.Brunei (1984).ASEAN: Stages of Development • First 10 years (1967-1976): establishment. Lao PDR and Myanmar (1997). Vietnam (1995). formalization The next 7 years: (2008-2015): 4/10/12 Community building • • • . dialogue partners The next 20 years: (1977-1997): expansion . solidarity.

400 billion.ASEAN ECONOMIC COMUNITY • ASEAN has emphasized regional cooperation in the “three pillars” of security. The regional grouping has made the most progress in economic integration. . sociocultural and economic integration. aiming to create an ASEAN Economic Community (AEC) by 2015. The AEC would have a combined population of over 560 million and total trade 4/10/12 exceeding US$ 1.

India became a sectoral dialogue partner of ASEAN in 1992. 4/10/12 • .INDIA ASEAN RELATION • Since its start about a decade ago. the partnership between India and the ASEAN nation has been developing at quite a fast pace. Mutual interest led ASEAN to invite India to become its full dialogue partner during the fifth ASEAN Summit in Bangkok in 1995.

14 billion & imported goods worth US$ 26.. India's exports to ASEAN totalled US$ 19. In 2008-09. • In August 2009.INDIA ASEAN RELATION contn.   India and ASEAN are currently negotiating agreements on trade in services and investment. 09 • • .3 billion in 20084/10/12 from ASEAN. India signed a Free Trade Agreement (FTA) with the ASEAN members in Thailand.

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