The Influences of the Internalization of International Structure to Malaysia’s National Security

Chen Ou

Abstract


Constructivist structure is a sociological structure which represents the distribution of ideas. To most extents, ideas structure guides national security. In the level of international structure, Malaysia’s national security has been influenced by two kinds of international “shared ideas”: the internalization of the trend of democratization with “administrative accountability” and the internalization of the trend of Islamization. The internalization of international structure has three types to impel Malaysia’s national security: be forced to accept, passively accept, and proactively accept. In the future, the further closer ties between Malaysia and international community, international structure will further impel Malaysian national security.

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Asian Social Science   ISSN 1911-2017 (Print)   ISSN 1911-2025 (Online)

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