Air War Over Southeast Asia: A Pictorial Record Vol. 3, by Lou Drendel

By Lou Drendel

Air battle Over Southeast Asia: A Pictorial list Vol.3: 1971-1975

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Concentrating on regional integration in traditional security fields and comparing drivers and barriers to integration in Europe and the AsiaPacific region, the chapter pays particular attention to the role of great powers in the regionalisation processes in the security field, as well as their perception and lessons-drawing from the European experiences. The chapter concludes with an assessment of on-going developments and the most likely areas of future cooperation in the realm of non-traditional, rather than traditional, security fields such as humanitarian assistance, disaster relief and military medicine.

First, the old ‘war and peace’ story no longer resonates with the electorate as the normative driver for deeper integration. e. as drivers of ‘conflict and disintegration’. The chapter asks whether the new ambivalence over the historical narratives on Europe will have an impact on similar narratives in other regions, in particular in Asia. It addresses the question as to how historical readings could be preserved in order to function as normative drivers of integration rather than disintegration.

Murray security demands transnational cooperation, as individual states cannot adequately deal with the challenges alone as the scope of the threats go beyond the territorial integrity and decision-making capacity of the individual state. Food security in Southeast Asia has the potential of becoming a significant challenge in the near future unless measures to tackle the current and growing challenges are taken. The chapter suggests that solutions to adequately tackle challenges to food security in Southeast Asia require regional cooperation.

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