States of Sovereignty and Regional Integration in the Andes

by Frederic Janssens   The most recent Asean Summit was marked by significant clashes between the Cambodian chair and civil society organisations. Is this a new trend, stomach or just an old habit?   It looked like an attempt to force destiny: while Southeast Asian officials gathered in April at the Peace Palace for the […]

The People and ASEAN’s Complicated Relationship

By Jenina Joy Chavez The Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) is 45 years old, remedy but it has yet to enjoy wide recognition and support from the ASEAN populace. Many explanations have been offered for this, not least of which is the distance of the regional formation from the people that it is supposed […]

Integración: fenómeno de larga duración

By Jenina Joy Chavez The Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) is 45 years old, remedy but it has yet to enjoy wide recognition and support from the ASEAN populace. Many explanations have been offered for this, not least of which is the distance of the regional formation from the people that it is supposed […]