Mar 24, for the ASEAN Political-Security Community (APSC), conducted the first biennial review of the implementation of the APSC Blueprint Aug 1, PDF | The full implementation of the APSC Blueprint is expected to promote peace, stability, and prosperity in the region as well as protect the. It is against this backdrop that the APSC Blueprint was adopted at the 14th ASEAN Summit in in Thailand (Association of Southeast Asian Nations ) in.
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A Rules-based Community of shared values and norms; A Cohesive, Peaceful, Stable and Resilient Region with shared responsibility for comprehensive security; and A Dynamic and Outward-looking Region in an increasingly integrated and interdependent world.
It is further blueprin that ASEAN shall remain cohesive, responsive and relevant in addressing challenges to regional peace and security as well as play a central role in shaping the evolving regional architecture, while deepening ASEAN engagement with external parties and contributing collectively to global peace, security and stability.
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APSC is institutionally framed cooperation to effectively manage these issues. One of the major problems concerning the APSC is a lack of political will in implementing the blueprint. Other trans-boundary issues such as haze pollution and a problem with Rohingya also demonstrate how such an institutional framework in ASEAN not effective in managing and resolving the problems.
ASEAN shall not rely on foreign ministers to do a shuttle diplomacy to garner support of ASEAN members to come up with joint position or voice on issues of very crucial to the peace and security in the region. In this regards, ASEAN shall adapt legally binding commitment in dealing the issues of transnational issues such as human rights, human trafficking, environmental protection, human trafficking, illicit drug trade, extradition and mutual legal assistance, money laundering and other forms of transnational crimes.
It is still reasonable, albeit difficult.
While second option is actually more preferable in strengthening ASEAN, nevertheless, it is not realistic. ASEAN member states have different political system.
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To integrate the system is impossible task. AMS also have some historical background of being colonized. Submitting certain degree of sovereignty is serious political issue that no regime in ASEAN will dare to do so. You are commenting using your WordPress. You are commenting using your Twitter account.
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Building ASEAN Through ASEAN Political and Security Community ( APSC) Blueprint