Title Mapping ASEAN
Subtitle Achieving Peace, Prosperity, and Sustainability in Southeast Asia
Author David L. Carde
ISBN 9780253045768
List price GBP 27.99
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Binding Hardbound
No of pages 274
Book size 159 x 229 mm
Publishing year 2019
Original publisher Indiana University Press (Combined Academic Publishers)
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Exclusive distributors Viva Books Private Limited
Sales territory India, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Pakistan, Nepal, .
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Review:

“If you want to understand better the urgent need for regional and global cooperation to solve our challenges, read David Carden’s compelling behind-the-scenes view of what needs to be done. You will get a lift in learning what some skilled diplomats are doing to solve our challenges in Southeast Asia.

Lee H. Hamilton, former member of the US House of Representatives and author of
Congress, Presidents, and American Politics

Description:

For half a century, ten dynamic nations in Southeast Asia have been implementing a shared vision of economic growth, sustainable development, and cultural progress. Today, the economies of those nations are linked inextricably with the future of greater Asia as well as with the United States and the other Western countries. With authoritarianism and protectionism on the rise around the world and the catastrophic effects of global warming making action urgent, the nations that form the Association of Southeast Asia Nations are more relevant and under greater political and social stress than ever.

In these illuminating pages, David Carden, the first American resident ambassador to ASEAN, paints a vivid portrait of the regional and global cooperation required to meet today, and interconnected future. Carden takes us behind the scenes as the leaders of these ten nations work to prepare their countries and their region for the 21st century. Carden persuasively argues that the unfolding story of the ASEAN nations is a story for the entire world that we are all increasingly interdependent and confronted with the existential need to solve the same set of challenges.


Contents:

Preface

Acknowledgements

 

Introduction: ASEAN’s Goals

Chapter 1: Pivoting to Asia

Chapter 2: Defining ASEAN’S Goals

Chapter 3: Financial Capital

Chapter 4: A Systems Approach to Achieving ASEAN’s Goals

Chapter 5: People, Data, and Information

Chapter 6: Institutions, Governance, and Rule of Law

Chapter 7: Positioning ASEAN’s Economy for Success

Chapter 8: Climate Change and the Environment

Chapter 9: Public Health and Disease

Chapter 10: China and the South China Sea

Chapter 11: ASEAN’s Cities

Chapter 12: Four Freedoms

Chapter 13: The Role of the Private Sector

Chapter 14: A New Diplomacy

Conclusion

Epilogue

Notes

Index


About the Author:

David L. Carden was the first resident US ambassador to the Association of Southeast Asian Nations. The approach taken by the US Mission to ASEAN under his leadership was based on understanding, promoting, and protecting the human and natural systems upon which the region depends and earned him the US Department of State’s Superior Honor award. A former partner at the international law firm Jones Day, Carden also serves as the chairman of the advisory board for the Center for Rural Engagement at Indiana University, where he continues his work with communities to research and implement evidence-based, scalable solutions to the challenges they face.


Target Audience:

People interested in understanding economics/political issues of Asian countries among themselves as well as with the other western countries.

 

 
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