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310 Arctic Yearbook 2015 functional cooperation; popular support presses for further integration and more common institutions, which lead to more popular support in the political community, and so on: this is the integrative dynamic; form follows function, i.e. every task should be approached at that level and in that manner which is most appropriate to that particular task.” 3. An epistemic community is “a network of professionals with recognized expertise and competence in a particular domain and an authoritative claim to policy-relevant knowledge within that domain or issue-area” (Haas 1992). 4. Full definition: “Regionalism is a process. It is the intentional bringing together of physically more or less proximate states, societies, or economies, in various ways and to varying degrees, for ostensibly common purposes and activities – forming or nourishing a shared identity, improving conditions and solving problems, or projecting influence beyond the region whose nature is thereby purposely created or shaped.” References Acharya, A. (2008). Constructing a Security Community in Southeast Asia: ASEAN and the Problem of Regional Order. Routledge: New York. Anderson, A. (2009). After the Ice. HarperCollins Publishers: New York. ASEAN. (1967, 8 August). The ASEAN Declaration (Bangkok Declaration), Bangkok, Thailand. Available at ASEAN. (1971, 27 November). Zone of Peace, Freedom and Neutrality Declaration, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Available at ATS. (1959, December 1). The Antarctic Treaty, Washington D.C., U.S.A. Available at Buzan, B. & O. Wæver. (2003). Regions and Powers: The Structure of International Security. Cambridge University Press: New York. Byers, M. International Law and Cooperation. Cambridge University Press: New York. Canada. (2014). Canada’s Arctic Council Chairmanship. Foreign Affairs, Trade, and Development Canada. Available at Dayley, R. & C. D. Neher. (2013). Southeast Asia in the New International Era. Westview Press: Boulder. Duyck, S. (2011). Drawing Lessons for Arctic Governance from the Antarctic Treaty System. The Yearbook of Polar Law, 3: 683-713. Toward an Arctic Way