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Association: A Part of the World No Longer Apart (ASEAN)

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Association: A Part of the World No Longer Apart (ASEAN)

Association: A Part of the World No Longer Apart (ASEAN)

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"Association" describes one of the most exciting and inspiring episodes in modern political, economic and social history. The book records the history of the ASEAN Ministerial Meeting (AMM) from a tentative meeting of its founding fathers in 1967 to its modern form under the ASEAN Charter and it tells how a geographical location known as Southeast Asia has become the home of ASEAN and a much-admired symbol of regional and international cooperation. Is is far more, however, than a political, economic and social history. It is a human story, at the heart of which is the ASEAN Ministerial Meeting, the "AMM", a gathering of regional Foreign Ministers, whose members, ever since its founding, have placed the human agency ahead of all historical and ideological considerations. It is described through the eyes of its longest-serving member, one whose earliest mentors were the Association's Founding Fathers themselves. The book intertwines documentary, academic, artistic and graphic content in an overall tribute to the more than six hundred million people of Southeast Asia.
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Language: English | Condition: New 5/5 | Publisher: Brunei Press | Published: 2013 | Format: Hardcover | Pages: 175 | ISBN: 9789991732374


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  • About the Author(s)
    Prince Mohamed Bolkiah is a member of the royal family of Brunei. He has been the foreign minister of the sultanate since it gained complete independence in 1984.
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