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    Posted: 18 Aug 2011 at 06:14
Besides the the now defunct Warsaw pact and outside of the more well known US and European practice (Such as Nato and the furthering of EU integration), are there any other countries in the world that practices or has an eye to the interoperability of their military forces or recognize the benefit of such, even if regionally or among states that border one another? Is it even possible?

I believe the US government is trying to get ASEAN(?) off the ground and working together. Incidentally, how is that coming along?
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Originally posted by Panther Panther wrote:

Besides the the now defunct Warsaw pact and outside of the more well known US and European practice (Such as Nato and the furthering of EU integration), are there any other countries in the world that practices or has an eye to the interoperability of their military forces or recognize the benefit of such, even if regionally or among states that border one another? Is it even possible?

I believe the US government is trying to get ASEAN(?) off the ground and working together. Incidentally, how is that coming along?


The Philippines is inter-operating with Vietnam on patrolling her eastern seas:
http://www.thanhniennews.com/2010/Pages/20110930-Vietnam-Philippines-to-jointly-patrol-East-Sea.aspx

and then there's Balikatan, a US-Philippines inter-operation annual training:
http://www.globalsecurity.org/military/ops/balikatan.htm
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Originally posted by Panther Panther wrote:

Besides the the now defunct Warsaw pact and outside of the more well known US and European practice (Such as Nato and the furthering of EU integration), are there any other countries in the world that practices or has an eye to the interoperability of their military forces or recognize the benefit of such, even if regionally or among states that border one another? Is it even possible?

I believe the US government is trying to get ASEAN(?) off the ground and working together. Incidentally, how is that coming along?
Unlike Nato and EU Integration the ASEAN logic will not work as each of the countries are having various disputes amongst themselves, for example, China has a land dispute with India in Arunachal Predesh, Pakistan is a big problem for most of their neighbour, similarly there are other countries smaller such has srilanka , Nepal, etc who has negliable effect on other countries.
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Originally posted by Ramesh V.Naivaruni Ramesh V.Naivaruni wrote:

Originally posted by Panther Panther wrote:

Besides the the now defunct Warsaw pact and outside of the more well known US and European practice (Such as Nato and the furthering of EU integration), are there any other countries in the world that practices or has an eye to the interoperability of their military forces or recognize the benefit of such, even if regionally or among states that border one another? Is it even possible?

I believe the US government is trying to get ASEAN(?) off the ground and working together. Incidentally, how is that coming along?
Unlike Nato and EU Integration the ASEAN logic will not work as each of the countries are having various disputes amongst themselves, for example, China has a land dispute with India in Arunachal Predesh, Pakistan is a big problem for most of their neighbour, similarly there are other countries smaller such has srilanka , Nepal, etc who has negliable effect on other countries.


Since when is Nepal, India and Pakistan ASEAN? Although I agree with ASEAN as a military alliance hardly working.
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It my mistake Nepal, India and Pakistan doesnt come under Asean, error in understanding.  I thought Asean on a Macro Level Perspective and wrote the comment.
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