Does the Association of Southeast Asian Nations want to sustain its relevance and be a credible player in international politics? Does it want to develop the ability to respond to potential challenges faced individually or collectively by its members?
If so, Asean should consider creating a regional standby force.
The force would operate with two purposes _ peacekeeping and serving as a collective defence against extra-regional threats.
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