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Confidence Building Measures and Regional Associations in South Asia: Can it be Viable in North East Asia

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From the European Helsinki model to new experiments being drawn at the South Asia level, Confidence-Building Measures(CBMs) are the sine qua non in today's multilateral diplomacy. In the Indian sub-continent, in spite of myriad challenges and constraints, regional associations such as SAARC ( South Asian Association of Regional Cooperation) have heralded new vista of good will among member nations with varied level of success. At the very least, SAARC has proved a ' road map' of sorts to make plausible and workable plans conducive to maintaining sustainable growth as well as peace and prosperity in the South Asian region. Can SAARC be replicated in the Korean context? To what end and with what outcome? In particular, what are the feasibility of such a regional association in North East Asia where security concerns are dominant themes apart from economic considerations? Can CBMs( military as well as non-military) be initiated or conceived and are there any operational and/or institutional hindrances to such an effort? My paper apart from providing answers to the above questions will make an effort to envision a possible future security regime North East Asia.
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Alam, Mohammed. "Confidence Building Measures and Regional Associations in South Asia: Can it be Viable in North East Asia" Paper presented at the annual meeting of the International Studies Association, Hilton Hawaiian Village, Honolulu, Hawaii, Mar 05, 2005 <Not Available>. 2009-05-25 <http://www.allacademic.com/meta/p72107_index.html>

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Alam, M. B. , 2005-03-05 "Confidence Building Measures and Regional Associations in South Asia: Can it be Viable in North East Asia" Paper presented at the annual meeting of the International Studies Association, Hilton Hawaiian Village, Honolulu, Hawaii <Not Available>. 2009-05-25 from http://www.allacademic.com/meta/p72107_index.html

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Abstract: From the European Helsinki model to new experiments being drawn at the South Asia level, Confidence-Building Measures(CBMs) are the sine qua non in today's multilateral diplomacy. In the Indian sub-continent, in spite of myriad challenges and constraints, regional associations such as SAARC ( South Asian Association of Regional Cooperation) have heralded new vista of good will among member nations with varied level of success. At the very least, SAARC has proved a ' road map' of sorts to make plausible and workable plans conducive to maintaining sustainable growth as well as peace and prosperity in the South Asian region. Can SAARC be replicated in the Korean context? To what end and with what outcome? In particular, what are the feasibility of such a regional association in North East Asia where security concerns are dominant themes apart from economic considerations? Can CBMs( military as well as non-military) be initiated or conceived and are there any operational and/or institutional hindrances to such an effort? My paper apart from providing answers to the above questions will make an effort to envision a possible future security regime North East Asia.

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