Re-energising the SAARC, Learning from the ASEAN and EU

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In the era of globalisation, regional cooperation and integration have become increasingly important in contemporary international relations. The dynamics of technological changes has led to the shortening of social, economic, geographic and political distances and accelerated the movement of people, ideas and information. Modern technology and expanding economies have made states mutually dependent and forced them to take a broader view of their individual, political and economic interests. Moreover, states today face many common problems like transnational organised crime including terrorism and drug trafficking, and environmental issues that need a coordinated multinational effort to be conquered.

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