By Henriette Litta
Within the context of big environmental difficulties in Southeast Asia, the international locations within the area have determined – at the very least in a few situations – to create regimes to resolve those difficulties together. This empirical remark is unbelievable, given the Southeast Asian nations’ basic reluctance to nearby cooperation, the governance and budgetary constraints which are normal for constructing nations and the massive heterogeneity of the concerned international locations by way of environmental vulnerability, fiscal ability and hegemonic strength. This publication analyzes the production and effectiveness of 2 environmental regimes, one on transboundary haze pollutants and a moment on source administration of the Mekong. it will likely be proven that regime construction is intensely not easy and methods to beat conflicting actor constellations are commonly missing.