Languages of Security in the Asia-Pacific

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Japanese – Kyoudoutai

May 27th, 2011 · No Comments · Community, Japanese, Region, Security Community

共同体 (きょうどうたい) kyoudoutai Relates to community The term is composed of three characters: 共 kyou – together; both; all; alike 同 dou – same; agree; equal 体 tai – body; substance; organisation Literally, ‘cooperative body’ or ‘cooperative system’   This term is also used with reference to region and conveys the idea of community.  The […]

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Indonesian – Komunitas Keamanan

May 27th, 2011 · No Comments · Indonesian, Security Community

Komunitas Keamanan Relates to security community Komunitas Keamanan ASEAN is the Indonesian translation of ASEAN Security Community (ASC), a concept introduced by Indonesia in 2003. Since its introduction, the ASC has been considered a breath of fresh air, both for ASEAN and for Indonesian foreign policy. The proposal was made as Indonesia assumed the chairmanship […]

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Burmese – Lon chon yei athaik awun

May 25th, 2011 · No Comments · Burmese, Security Community

Lon chon yēi athaik awūn Relates to security community The Burmese term for ‘security community’, lon chon yēi (security) athaik (nest or group) awūn (circumference) is a neologism, used primarily to describe Burma’s inclusion within the Association of Southeast Asian Nations’ (ASEAN) Security Community. A predominate concern of the Burmese military government is regime security, […]

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