Weatherbee, Donald E.
January 2011
Regional Outlook;2011/2012 Southeast, p3
Academic Journal
The article offers information on the security and political outlook in Southeast Asia. It says that ASEAN has assumed the common interest in all regions for the construction of a benign regional security environment, which is being challenged by China, to address issues like the sovereignty in the South China Sea. It states that ASEAN's regionalist strategies to meet the Chinese challenge are binding the Gulliver and fostering an engagement of the U.S. with Southeast Asia.


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