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The Responsibility to Provide in Southeast Asia

Towards an Ethical Explanation

Published

1 Nov 2019

Page count

242 pages

Series

Bristol Studies in East Asian International Relations

ISBN

978-1529200720

Dimensions

234 x 156 mm

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Bristol University Press
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1 Nov 2019

Page count

242 pages

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Bristol Studies in East Asian International Relations

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234 x 156 mm

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    1 Nov 2019

    Page count

    242 pages

    Series

    Bristol Studies in East Asian International Relations

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    Dimensions

    234 x 156 mm

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    Bristol University Press
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    Despite the long-held and jealously guarded ASEAN principle of non-intervention, this book argues that states in Southeast Asia have begun to display an increasing readiness to think about sovereignty in terms not only of state responsibility to their own populations but also towards neighbouring countries as well. Taking account of the realities of interstate cooperation in the region, and drawing on the work of Emmanuel Levinas, the author develops a new theoretical framework reflecting an evolution of attitudes about state sovereignty to explain this emerging ethic of regional responsibility.

    See Seng Tan is a Professor of International Relations at Nanyang Technological University in Singapore.

    Towards an Ethos of Responsibility in Southeast Asia: Provision, Not Protection?;

    The Responsibility to Protect (R2P) and Responses from Southeast Asia;

    Towards a ‘Responsibility to Provide’ (R2Provide) for Southeast Asia;

    Institutionalizing Security Regionalism: Responsibility as ‘Response-ability;

    Responsible Provision in HADR, Conflict Management, and Human Rights;

    Towards the Responsible Management of Disputes in Southeast Asia;

    Communitarianism, Liberalism, and Responsibility in Southeast Asia;

    Levinas and the Responsibility to Provide (R2Provide) in Southeast Asia;

    Conclusion.