My review of Achieving the ASEAN Economic Community 2015: Challenges for Member Countries and Businesses, edited by Sanchita Bindu Das, has been published at Asian Integration here.
The ten member states of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) represent a significant bloc of some 600 million people, all of whom now (with the transition from autocracy to some form of democracy and openness in Myanmar) are part of the capitalist system of production and consumption. ASEAN has already achieved one of its principal goals by helping to ensure that no two active members of the Association have gone to war with each other. This in itself is no mean feat.
Read the full review here.