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Daniel Novotny

Bio: Daniel Novotny is an academic researcher. The author has contributed to research in topics: Regionalism (international relations) & Public diplomacy. The author has an hindex of 2, co-authored 2 publications receiving 8 citations.

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01 Jan 2012
TL;DR: In this article, the authors explore the long-neglected and relatively unexplored theme of political relations between the EU and ASEAN in an attempt to escape the economic and security-centered approaches, prevalent in contemporary U.S. debate.
Abstract: A world-class range of academics and practitioners explores the long-neglected and relatively unexplored theme of political relations between the EU and ASEAN in an attempt to escape the economic and security-centered approaches, prevalent in contemporary U.S. debate. In doing so they deal with a selection of topics from an inter-disciplinary perspective touching on different domains, such as security, comparative integration, human rights, energy, or the image of the EU. The four main themes examined are: 'ASEAN and the EU Today', '(Inter-)Regionalism in Danger?', 'Shifting Perceptions', and 'Can the EU be a Model for ASEAN?'. Bridging the gap between academics and practitioners, EU and ASEAN, this volume provides a rare forum for views on the nature of and possible future developments of EU-ASEAN relations.

5 citations

01 Jan 2012
TL;DR: The context of EU-ASEAN relations: Trials and tribulations of regionalism in Post-Cold War Europe and Asia D.Novotny and C.Portela as mentioned in this paper, D.Webber, N.Chaban, L.Suetyi and K.Abidat Integration of Human Rights in the European Union: A Useful Model for ASEAN? Rachminawati & A.Kucera, Kucera and A.Winand
Abstract: Introduction: Growing Closer Together or Drifting Further Apart? D.Novotny & C.Portela PART I: ASEAN AND THE EU TODAY The Context of EU-ASEAN Relations: Trials and Tribulations of Regionalism in Post-Cold War Europe and Asia D.Webber The EU and Non-Traditional Security in Southeast Asia N.Maier-Knapp PART II: (INTER)REGIONALISM IN DANGER? Post-New Order 'Growing Pains': Recent Indonesian Perspectives on ASEAN and its Alternatives M.Clark & J.Pietsch EU's Asia Strategy in Trade and Investment: Externalities, Interdependencies and the Prospects for Coordination with ASEAN D.Treisman PART III: SHIFTING PERCEPTIONS: CAN THE EU BE A MODEL FOR ASEAN? The EU in the South East Asian Public Opinion: Public Diplomacy Case N.Chaban , L.Suet-yi & K.Abidat Integration of Human Rights in the European Union: A Useful Model for ASEAN? Rachminawati & A.Syngellakis The Energy Charter Treaty and the Problem of Energy Security in Southeast Asia W.Kucera PART IV: EU-ASEAN: PRACTITIONERS' VIEW ASEAN and the EU: Natural Partners J.W.Blankert Bringing Europe and Southeast Asia Closer Through ASEAN and the EU O.Keng Yong EU-ASEAN Relations in the 21st Century: In Search for Common Values to Forge a Partnership X.Nuttin Conclusions and Recommendations: The EU, ASEAN and the Challenges of the 21st Century P.Winand

3 citations


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01 Jan 2016
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15 citations

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TL;DR: In this paper, the authors examine the prospects for a reimagining of the regional role of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) in a period of hegemonic adjustment in Asia.
Abstract: This article examines the prospects for a reimagining of the regional role of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) in a period of hegemonic adjustment in Asia. It evaluates th...

14 citations

Jun Ha Kang1
01 Aug 2015
TL;DR: In this article, the main question is whether and how Korea's FTA policy towards sustainable development may be sustainable, and the aim of this dissertation is to delve into solutions for making Korea's FT greener.
Abstract: The aim of this dissertation is to delve into solutions for making Korea's FTA greener. The main question is whether and how Korea's FTA policy towards sustainable development may be sustainable. In answering this question, I critically reviewed the structure of the Environment Chapter of Korea’s FTA as well as its main contents. I also scrutinized the meaning of each provision and its significance in practice. Based on the analysis, I made suggestions on what strategies and contents are needed for Korea in its future FTA negotiations. Firstly, Korea needs to initiate future FTA negotiations on the environment with its own model text. It is necessary to maintain uniform positions on key issues in negotiation and reduce compliance costs in implementation. This dissertation proposes core elements, implementing structures and dispute settlement procedures for the Environmental Chapter of Korea's model text. Secondly, it is necessary to establish procedures and systems to integrate environmental considerations in the trade policy making process. The current Trade Treaty Conclusion Procedure Act fails to reflect environmental concerns in trade negotiation processes, -amending the Act is a key requirement. Particularly, sustainable development should be specified as an objective of trade negotiation. Such a mandate ensures that

12 citations

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TL;DR: In this paper, the authors analyzed how the EU's sanctions approach towards Myanmar was perceived within ASEAN and related repercussions of this approach on ASEan-EU interregional relations.
Abstract: From 1991 until 2012, the European Union (EU) applied sanctions on Myanmar with the purpose of promoting democracy and human rights. In addition, the EU called on the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) to exert pressure on Myanmar. This paper analyses, in the context of Myanmar’s 1997 accession to ASEAN, how the EU’s sanctions approach towards Myanmar was perceived within ASEAN and related repercussions of this approach on ASEAN–EU interregional relations. With the accession of Myanmar as the base story, it is argued that a regional organizations membership concept implies specific dealings with normative ideas such as democracy and human rights as well as strategies of punishment such as sanctions. The differing membership concepts of ASEAN and the EU explain ASEAN’s critical perception of the EU’s sanctions on Myanmar. Further, the conceptual difference in membership also explains that the EU’s pressure on ASEAN has severely impaired the interregional relations.

10 citations