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ASEAN Headquarters in Jakarta, Indonesia. ASEAN is an important organisation for regional relations in Asia and beyond.

Learning Summary: Regional relations in Asia

Our examination this week has enabled us to evaluate regional relations across Asia from a historical perspective, beginning post-World War 2 when most states gained their independence. This has also allowed us to investigate and analyse the emergence of regional and sub-regional associations across Asia, and we have sought to explore and to explain the pressures of globalisation affecting states across Asia. In addition, we have identified and explained how Asian states have managed their ‘national interest’ in a time of globalisation, increasing interdependence and cooperative relations.

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