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Rajaratnam School of International Studies, 2008), pp. 20–24. Deutsch also suggested three further purposes to integration and these included “attaining greater multipurpose capabilities”, “accomplishing some specific task”, and “gaining a new self image and role identity”. Deutsch, The Analysis of International Relations, p. 198. , p. ”, p. 12. As a concept, integration laid the foundation for the study of interdependence in the 1970s. Griffiths and O’Callaghan, International Relations: The Key Concepts, p.

119. See also Ronald L. Jepperson, Alexander Wendt, and Peter J. Katzenstein, “Norms, Identity and Culture in National Security”, in The Culture of National Security: Norms and Identity in World Politics, edited by Peter J. Katzenstein (New York: Columbia University Press, 1996), pp. 60–63. For example, and in the case of ASEAN and the South China Sea, how the ASEAN states unite or divide over a potential China threat (real or imagined), would test their level of solidarity, reciprocity and loyalty.

35. , Political Community and the North Atlantic Area: International Organisation in the Light of Historical Experience, p. 5. In the original work by Adler and Barnett, the authors attempted to define a security community through five separate tiers of integration: nascent, ascendant, mature, loosely coupled, and tightly coupled security communities. Adler and Barnett, “A Framework for the Study of Security Communities”, pp. 50–57. However, it is argued that Adler and Barnett’s description is more likely to misguide rather than enlighten the reader on the admittedly subjective characterization of the structure behind a security community.

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