Year 2020, Volume , Issue 1, Pages 28 - 45 2020-05-18

INDONESIA AND REGIONALISM IN SOUTHEAST ASIA, ASEAN AND INDONESIAN FOREIGN POLICY

Demet Şefika MANGIR [1] , Luthfy RAMİZ [2]


Research towards regionalism in Southeast Asia and Indonesian role within the regionalism process is concluded in this paper. Regional integration process in Southeast Asia within during the decolonization and ASEAN phases are assessed in this paper. Moreover, foreign policies and contribution of Indonesia towards the regional integration process is found important, considering its significant relative power among the other Southeast Asian nations. Research is conducted using the qualitative research method through the assessment of literatures, commentaries from the experts, and the agreements and protocols relevant to the research topics. The research concludes four important results; the dynamics of the regionalism in Southeast Asia, the theoretical construction of Southeast Asian Identity, theoretical assessments of regionalism in Southeast Asia and Indonesian foreign policy towards regionalism in Southeast Asia. 

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Primary Language en
Subjects International Relations
Journal Section Articles
Authors

Orcid: 0000-0002-2542-8551
Author: Demet Şefika MANGIR (Primary Author)
Institution: selçuk üniversitesi
Country: Turkey


Orcid: 0000-0002-0240-6431
Author: Luthfy RAMİZ (Primary Author)

Dates

Application Date : October 15, 2019
Acceptance Date : November 4, 2019
Publication Date : May 18, 2020

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APA Mangır, D , Rami̇z, L . (2020). INDONESIA AND REGIONALISM IN SOUTHEAST ASIA, ASEAN AND INDONESIAN FOREIGN POLICY . Journal of Academic Perspective on Social Studies , (1) , 28-45 . DOI: 10.35344/japss.633421
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Vancouver Mangır D , Rami̇z L . INDONESIA AND REGIONALISM IN SOUTHEAST ASIA, ASEAN AND INDONESIAN FOREIGN POLICY. Journal of Academic Perspective on Social Studies. 2020; (1): 28-45.
IEEE D. Mangır and L. Rami̇z , "INDONESIA AND REGIONALISM IN SOUTHEAST ASIA, ASEAN AND INDONESIAN FOREIGN POLICY", Journal of Academic Perspective on Social Studies, no. 1, pp. 28-45, May. 2020, doi:10.35344/japss.633421