ASEAN and the non-traditional regional security agenda
Rolls, M.G. (2010). ASEAN and the non-traditional regional security agenda. Paper presented at Asia: NZ Foundation: Track II India-NZ Dialogue, Wellington, New Zealand (pp. 1-8).
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Without a doubt, the whole area of non-traditional security – whether it be threats, issues or challenges (the three are more or less used interchangeably in ASEAN statements and documents on the subject) – has come to occupy a prominent place on the regional security agenda in recent years.1 This is very much in keeping with the ‘widening’, or ‘broadening’, of the security agenda which has occurred internationally in both the academic literature and, crucially, in the policy sphere.
This article has been presented at Asia: NZ Foundation: Track II India-NZ Dialogue, Wellington, New Zealand. Used with permission.