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    ASEAN Paradigm Shift From a State to People-Oriented Organization: A Neo-Communitarian Perspective.Mohd Azizuddin Mohd Sani & Abubakar Eby Hara - 2013 - Japanese Journal of Political Science 14 (3):379-394.
    This paper attempts to examine the paradigm shift in ASEAN from a state-based to a people-based organization. We argue that by adopting a people-based organization, ASEAN now enters an era of Neo-Communitarianism replacing the Old Communitarianism of the old generation of ASEAN. By using communitarian perspectives, we look at the continuities and changes in ASEAN with regard to how it deals with issues involving their members. Three important issues namely the debates on intervention principle; the adoption of the three pillars (...)
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    "Work with Me, Not for Me": Malaysia Under Abdullah Ahmad Badawi (2003-2009).Sivamurugan Pandian, Rusdi Omar & Mohd Azizuddin Mohd Sani - 2010 - Asian Culture and History 2 (1):P97.
    This paper examines the political and executive leadership in Malaysia, with reference to the fifth Prime Minister, Tun Abdullah Ahmad Badawi. The Prime Minister is an important autonomous actor, a leader of the government party who also manages public bureaucracy and utmost, Abdullah is seen as the leader of the people. Policy agenda depends on the Prime Minister’s authority to either make an impact or bring changes. This paper will address the leadership style of Abdullah in the executive and policy-making (...)
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    Politico-Religious Values in Malaysia: Comparing Asian Values and Islam Hadhari.Mohd Azizuddin Mohd Sani - 2013 - Cultura 10 (1):141-166.
    Malaysia has developed its own distinct value system that is accommodative to the country’s rich tapestry of different ethnicities and religions. It is no coincidence that previous Malaysian premiers have actively promoted such system. Leading the way is Mahathir Mohamad, the country’s fourth Prime Minister, who was a vocal advocate of “Asian values,” followed by his successor, Abdullah Ahmad Badawi, who championed the idea of Islam Hadhari. These two sets of values are not entirely incompatible to each other but rather (...)
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