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Extra info for Constructing a Security Community in Southeast Asia: ASEAN and the Problem of Regional Order (Politics in Asia Series)
38 Moreover, once established, norms have a life of their own. Norms are not epiphenomenal or part of a superstructure shaped by material forces such as balance of military power or wealth. They have an independent effect on state behaviour, redefining state interests and creating collective interests and identities. 39 Norms help to coordinate values among states and societies. By making similar behavioural claims on different states, norms do create parallel patterns of behaviour among states over wide areas.
This distinction is important in understanding not only the effects of norms, but also their sources. This is because the notion of security community implies an intra-mural relationship that goes well beyond legally binding and enforced commitments. 42 In security communities, war avoidance becomes a social habit, rather than a mere legal obligation backed by sanctions. Drawing upon Katzenstein’s work, I would further differentiate between legal and social norms (which I slightly redesignate as legal-rational and socio-cultural norms) with a view to facilitating a better understanding of the normative basis of security communities and also to understand the sources of norms.
11 In a security regime, as Buzan points out, ‘a group of states cooperate to manage their disputes and avoid war by seeking to mute the security dilemma both by their own actions and by their assumptions about the behaviour of others’. 12 This may seem similar to security communities; however, there are important differences. 13 Indeed, a security regime may develop within an otherwise adversarial relationship in which the use of force is inhibited by the existence of a balance of power or mutual deterrence situation.
Constructing a Security Community in Southeast Asia: ASEAN and the Problem of Regional Order (Politics in Asia Series) by Amitav Acharya