Southeast Asian Affairs 2012

"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

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Verfasserangabe: Daljit Singh, Pushpa Thambipillai.
Format: E-Book
veröffentlicht: Singapore : ISEAS Publishing, [2012]
Umfang: 1 online resource
Enthält auch: Frontmatter -- Contents -- Foreword / Tiong, Tan Chin -- Introduction / Singh, Daljit -- The Region -- SOUTHEAST ASIA AND ASEAN: Running in Place / Weatherbee, Donald E. -- SOUTHEAST ASIAN ECONOMIES: Moderating Growth Momentum / Das, Sanchita Basu -- LATENT DANGER: Boundary Disputes and Border Issues in Southeast Asia / Wain, Barry -- THE FIVE POWER DEFENCE ARRANGEMENTS AT FORTY (1971-2011) / Thayer, Carlyle A. -- HOW WILL SOUTHEAST ASIA POSITION ITSELF IN ASIA'S FUTURE IN AN AGE OF SCARCITIES? / Møller, Jørgen Ørstrøm -- Brunei Darussalam -- BRUNEI: Making Progress Slowly / Thambipillai, Pushpa -- Cambodia -- CAMBODIA: Capitalist Transformation by Neither Liberal Democracy Nor Dictatorship / Heder, Steve -- Indonesia -- INDONESIA: Yudhoyono's Legacy between Stability and Stagnation / Mietzner, Marcus -- FINANCING INDONESIA'S AGEING POPULATION / Ananta, Aris -- Laos -- LAOS: A More Mature and Robust State? / Roberts, Christopher B. -- Malaysia -- MALAYSIA: Sign of the Times: Election Fever, Recurring Themes, and Political Malaise / Pasuni, Afif / Liow, Joseph Chinyong -- MALAYSIA'S ECONOMIC GROWTH MODERATES / Sivalingam, G. -- Myanmar -- MYANMAR: No Turning Back / Thuzar, Moe -- THE PROBLEM OF DEMOCRACY IN THE REPUBLIC OF THE UNION OF MYANMAR: Neither Nation-State Nor State-Nation? / Steinberg, David I. -- Philippines -- AQUINO: Pushing the Envelope, Single-mindedly / Baviera, Aileen S.P. -- THE PHILIPPINES' NATIONAL TERRITORY / Severino, Rodolfo C. -- Singapore -- SINGAPORE: Transitioning to a "New Normal" in a Post-Lee Kuan Yew Era / Tan, Eugene K.B. -- A RETURN TO NORMAL POLITICS: Singapore General Elections 2011 / Chong, Terence -- Thailand -- THAILAND: Thaksin Survives Yet Disquiet Floods the Kingdom / Farrelly, Nicholas -- FROM INWARD TO OUTWARD: An Assessment of FDI Performance in Thailand / Chongvilaivan, Aekapol -- Timor-Leste -- TIMOR-LESTE: A More Confident or Overconfident Foreign Policy Actor? / Sahin, Selver B. -- Vietnam -- Vietnam: A Glass Half Full or Half Empty? / Koh, David
Frontmatter -- Contents -- Foreword / Introduction / The Region -- SOUTHEAST ASIA AND ASEAN: Running in Place / SOUTHEAST ASIAN ECONOMIES: Moderating Growth Momentum / LATENT DANGER: Boundary Disputes and Border Issues in Southeast Asia / THE FIVE POWER DEFENCE ARRANGEMENTS AT FORTY (1971-2011) / HOW WILL SOUTHEAST ASIA POSITION ITSELF IN ASIA'S FUTURE IN AN AGE OF SCARCITIES? / Brunei Darussalam -- BRUNEI: Making Progress Slowly / Cambodia -- CAMBODIA: Capitalist Transformation by Neither Liberal Democracy Nor Dictatorship / Indonesia -- INDONESIA: Yudhoyono's Legacy between Stability and Stagnation / FINANCING INDONESIA'S AGEING POPULATION / Laos -- LAOS: A More Mature and Robust State? / Malaysia -- MALAYSIA: Sign of the Times: Election Fever, Recurring Themes, and Political Malaise / MALAYSIA'S ECONOMIC GROWTH MODERATES / Myanmar -- MYANMAR: No Turning Back / THE PROBLEM OF DEMOCRACY IN THE REPUBLIC OF THE UNION OF MYANMAR: Neither Nation-State Nor State-Nation? / Philippines -- AQUINO: Pushing the Envelope, Single-mindedly / THE PHILIPPINES' NATIONAL TERRITORY / Singapore -- SINGAPORE: Transitioning to a "New Normal" in a Post-Lee Kuan Yew Era / A RETURN TO NORMAL POLITICS: Singapore General Elections 2011 / Thailand -- THAILAND: Thaksin Survives Yet Disquiet Floods the Kingdom / FROM INWARD TO OUTWARD: An Assessment of FDI Performance in Thailand / Timor-Leste -- TIMOR-LESTE: A More Confident or Overconfident Foreign Policy Actor? / Vietnam -- Vietnam: A Glass Half Full or Half Empty?
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