Southeast Asian Affairs 2011

"Founded in 1974, Southeast Asian Affairs provides, without fear or favour, informed and in-depth annual analyses of this vibrant region and its component countries. It is the only publication which does this and is in its own class without peers. It is a mandatory reference and read for those... Ausführliche Beschreibung

Weitere Verfasser: [editor.]
Verfasserangabe: Daljit Singh.
Format: E-Book
veröffentlicht: Singapore : ISEAS Publishing, [2011]
Umfang: 1 online resource
Enthält auch: Frontmatter -- Contents -- Foreword / Kesavapany, K. -- Introduction / Singh, Daljit -- The Region -- Southeast Asian Economies in 2010: The Challenge of Sustaining Growth 3 after the Recovery / Ng, Thiam Hee -- The United States, China and Southeast Asia / Thayer, Carlyle A. -- ASEAN IN 2010 / Severino, Rodolfo C. -- Brunei Darussalam -- Brunei Darussalam: Consolidating the Foundations of its Future? / Roberts, Christopher -- Cambodia -- Cambodia: Hopes, Trials, and Tribulations / Um, Khatharya -- Indonesia -- INDONESIA: IN 2010 Moving on from the Democratic Honeymoon / Platzdasch, Bernhard -- THE ONGOING EXTREMIST THREAT IN INDONESIA / Jones, Sidney -- Laos -- LAOS: Celebrations and Development Debates / Creak, Simon -- Malaysia -- MALAYSIA IN 2010: Resurgent Najib and BN, Stumbling Anwar and PR / Ming, Kian / Ming, Ong Kian -- MALAYSIA "PUNCHING ABOVE ITS WEIGHT" ... AND FINALLY HITTING THE TARGET / Lee, John -- Myanmar -- MYANMAR IN 2010: The Elections Year and Beyond / Steinberg, David I. -- MYANMAR'S 2010 ELECTIONS: Continuity and Change / Than, Tin Maung Maung -- Philippines -- THE PHILIPPINES IN 2010: Reclaiming Hope / Jesús, Edilberto C. de -- BALANCING GAMBITS IN TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY PHILIPPINE FOREIGN POLICY: Gains and Possible Demise? / De Castro, Renato Cruz -- Singapore -- SINGAPORE IN 2010: Rebounding from Economic Slump, Managing Tensions between a Global City and a Fledgling Nation State / Yahya, Faizal bin -- GOH KENG SWEE: Thinker and Institution Builder / Beng, Ooi Kee -- Thailand -- THAILAND'S EMERGENCY STATE: Struggles and Transformations / Connors, Michael K. -- COMPETING DIPLOMACIES: Thailand amidst Sino-American Rivalry / Chachavalpongpun, Pavin -- Timor-Leste -- TIMOR-LESTE: On the Road to Peace and Prosperity? / Shoesmith, Dennis -- Vietnam -- VIETNAM: Familiar Patterns and New Developments Ahead of the 11th Party Congress / Malesky, Edmund / Schuler, Paul / Tran, Anh
Frontmatter -- Contents -- Foreword / Introduction / The Region -- Southeast Asian Economies in 2010: The Challenge of Sustaining Growth 3 after the Recovery / The United States, China and Southeast Asia / ASEAN IN 2010 / Brunei Darussalam -- Brunei Darussalam: Consolidating the Foundations of its Future? / Cambodia -- Cambodia: Hopes, Trials, and Tribulations / Indonesia -- INDONESIA: IN 2010 Moving on from the Democratic Honeymoon / THE ONGOING EXTREMIST THREAT IN INDONESIA / Laos -- LAOS: Celebrations and Development Debates / Malaysia -- MALAYSIA IN 2010: Resurgent Najib and BN, Stumbling Anwar and PR / MALAYSIA "PUNCHING ABOVE ITS WEIGHT" ... AND FINALLY HITTING THE TARGET / Myanmar -- MYANMAR IN 2010: The Elections Year and Beyond / MYANMAR'S 2010 ELECTIONS: Continuity and Change / Philippines -- THE PHILIPPINES IN 2010: Reclaiming Hope / BALANCING GAMBITS IN TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY PHILIPPINE FOREIGN POLICY: Gains and Possible Demise? / Singapore -- SINGAPORE IN 2010: Rebounding from Economic Slump, Managing Tensions between a Global City and a Fledgling Nation State / GOH KENG SWEE: Thinker and Institution Builder / Thailand -- THAILAND'S EMERGENCY STATE: Struggles and Transformations / COMPETING DIPLOMACIES: Thailand amidst Sino-American Rivalry / Timor-Leste -- TIMOR-LESTE: On the Road to Peace and Prosperity? / Vietnam -- VIETNAM: Familiar Patterns and New Developments Ahead of the 11th Party Congress
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