This article examines ASEAN's intramural counterterrorism cooperation from 9/11 through the Bali bombing of October 2002 and its effects on ASEAN's cohesion and the norm of non-intervention in members' domestic affairs. While the Bali bombing appeared to unify threat perceptions, domestic imperatives have significantly hindered substantive multilateral counterterrorism efforts.

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