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Powers, Norms, and Institutions: The Future of the Indo-Pacific from a Southeast Asia Perspective
Conducts a survey of strategic elites in Southeast Asia and the Pacific to understand how the region is viewing trends in power, norms, and institutions. Outlines 10 key findings across four categories: power and influence, challenges, values, institutions. Reveals the Chinese influence in Southeast Asia, complex and diverging views of China, and concerns over United State-China strategic competition and its impact on ASEAN. Analyzes the issues of climate change and other non-traditional security threats, economic cooperation and good governance, and regional institution. Mentions high regional support for democratic values. Considers ASEAN as the most important regional institution, and main challenges facing ASEAN. Includes the findings from the survey tailored to the Pacific Islands region.
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