Institute of International Studies UGM akan menyusun buku berjudul “50 Years of Amity and Enmity: The Politics of ASEAN Cooperation” yang bertujuan untuk memperkaya studi mengenai regionalisme Asia Tenggara dan menyediakan alat analisis bagi akademisi dan praktisi dalam melihat masa depan regionalisme ASEAN.
This book intends to offer novel scientific foundation for regionalism studies in Southeast Asia and to provide academics and practitioners with analytical tools to predict the future of ASEAN regionalism after 50 years of its establishment. Despite of its widely acknowledged status as one of the most succesful regionalism, ASEAN still suffers from numerous obstacles. Yet, in the midst of ASEAN uncertain future trajectories, there is only limited consensus on how to approach ASEAN regionalism. Scholars of ASEAN regionalism tend to use ASEAN identity as the main explanandum of cooperation among ASEAN member states. However, this approach suffers from limitations. Emphasis on static, traditional, and all-encompassing identity has made issue-specific cooperation and its internal dynamics neglected. The way issue-specific cooperations alters ASEAN architectures also remains understudied. By shifting attentions to issue-specific cooperations, this book attempts to fully grasp the dynamics of ASEAN 50 years of cooperation. Why could ASEAN member states reach consensus in certain issues—ranging from energy, environment, refugee, disaster, youth, human security, to tourism—albeit ASEAN values such as non-interference and informality? How do these practices of cooperation reshape the idea of ASEAN values? Will the changing practice of issue-specific cooperation spill-over to the strenghthening of ASEAN regionalism?
- Lecturers or researchers at Fisipol UGM
- Abstract should be 300 words, with 3-5 relevant keywords;
- Open for joint authors
- Final decision on inclusion of submitted chapters will be with IIS UGM and the book editors
- Proposal Submission Deadline : 13 July 2017
- Notification of Acceptance : 21 July 2017
- Workshop for Contributors : 23 July 2017
- Writing Period : 23 July – 1 October 2017
- Draft Review : 1 – 15 October 2017
- Revision : 16 October – 15 November 2017
- Layout & Final Editing : 16 November 2017