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    Title: ASEAN and disaster management in the new century : response and implications of the 2004 Indian Ocean disaster
    Other Titles: 東協與災害管理 : 2004年印度洋災害之回應與影響
    Authors: 古立鷗;Bulling, Agustin a. Julio
    Contributors: 淡江大學國際事務與戰略研究所碩士班
    李大中;Li, Da-Jung
    Keywords: 東南亞;Southeast Asia;ASEAN;Security Community;Collective Identity;ASEAN Disaster Management;2004 Indian Ocean Disaster;東盟;安全共同體;集體認同;東盟災害管理;2004年南亞海嘯
    Date: 2012
    Issue Date: 2013-04-13 10:35:26 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 本篇論文以東南亞國家在區域合作為主題,尤其是21世紀東南亞國協在災害管理方面,在所採取的措施與行動。以2004年南亞大海嘯所造成的災難為例,當時各國所採取的行動,其經驗可減少該地區在未來面臨風險時所造成的危害。本篇論文主要針對災害(自然和人為)的概念和災害管理做出探討,並且將以安全共同體的概念,作為整個研究的概念框架所使用的概念框架。非傳統安全問題與國際關係之間的聯結,將能為2015年東協共同體的建立提出批評和挑戰。
    This thesis examines the response and regional cooperation in Southeast Asia, specifically by the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) in the context of Disaster Management in the 21st century, having as an example the damage caused by the earthquake and tsunami in the Indian Ocean in 2004, and its actions taken until today in order to reduce the risks of future hazards in the region. It explores the concept of disaster (natural and man-made) and disaster management. The conceptual framework used, Security Community, guides the entire research and makes the connection between Non-Traditional Security issues and International Relations and it also serves to propose criticisms and challenges to the final construction of a desired ASEAN Community by 2015.

    It is analyzed the most important disaster management mechanisms before, during and after the 2004 Indian Ocean Disaster. The response for that particular event resulted to be a turning point for ASEAN, encouraging it to implement solid institutions with the aim of preventing and coping internal/transboundary disasters in the ASEAN region. That entire purpose is answered throughout one final question: is the ASEAN Disaster Management still a work in progress? Yes, it is still a work in progress that it needs to be assessed urgently to ensure the stability and security of the region with the purpose of development, key aim of a proper Security Community.
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