6 edition of Political and security dynamics of South and Southeast Asia found in the catalog.
Political and security dynamics of South and Southeast Asia
ISEAS-ORF Dialogue (2006 New Delhi, India)
|Statement||edited by Daljit Singh.|
|Contributions||Singh, Daljit., Institute of Southeast Asian Studies.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 122 p. :|
|Number of Pages||122|
|ISBN 10||9789812304766, 9789812304773|
|LC Control Number||2007449002|
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Buy This Book in Print summary Security and economic imperatives are increasingly intertwining the destinies of Southeast Asia and South Asia, making it necessary for scholars on both sides to deepen their understanding of each other's regions.
Get this from a library. Political and security dynamics of South and Southeast Asia. [Daljit Singh; Institute of Southeast Asian Studies.;] -- Security and economic imperatives are increasingly intertwining the destinies of Southeast Asia and South Asia, making it necessary for scholars on both sides to deepen their understanding of each.
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[Daljit Singh;] -- Security and economic imperatives are increasingly intertwining the destinies of Southeast Asia and South Asia, making it necessary for scholars on both sides to deepen their understanding of each.
"Offers an excellent illustration of the growing nexus between national and international politics in Southeast Asia."—Aim Sinpeng, Journal of East Asian Political and security dynamics of South and Southeast Asia book DESCRIPTION Focusing on the nexus between global, regional, and national dynamics in Southeast Asia, Jörn Dosch explores the profound political changes that have occurred in recent.
South and Southeast Asia: Responding to Changing Geo-Political and Security Challenges [Whole Publication] Preliminary pages: MAJOR POWER DYNAMICS IN SOUTH ASIA AND SOUTHEAST ASIA: 1. Major Powers in South Asia: What is the Game?, by Dilip Lahiri, author: 2. The Major Powers and Southeast Asian Security, by Daljit Singh, author.
Political and Security Dynamics in the Indian Ocean Region: Role of Extra-regional Powers was published in Political and Security Dynamics of South and Southeast Asia on page The conference, titled ‘Changing Security Dynamics in South East Asia’ deliberated on Southeast Asian perspectives on security, the role of external powers—both current and also those that were rising, the problems of religious fundamentalism and terrorism, the challenges of maritime cooperation among countries abutting crucial world.
Asia-Paciﬁc Security Dynamics in the Obama Era This book examines the critical changes to the Asia-Paciﬁc security architecture ASEAN and the Security of South-East Asia Michael Leifer Political Change in Southeast Asia Trimming the banyan tree Michael R.J.
Vatikiotis Hong Kong. This volume investigates the nature of threats facing, or perceived as facing, some of the key players involved in Asian maritime politics.
The articles in this collection present case studies on Malaysia, Singapore, the Philippines, Thailand, Japan, China, and Southeast Asia as a whole and focus on domestic definitions of threats and conceptualisations of security.
This essay reviews two sets of books that explore the origins and dynamics of Southeast Asia's growth and economic transformation. One set of books utilizes a structuralist framework and emphasizes the role of the state in creating a (now) powerful capitalist class.
About this journal. The Journal of Asian Security & International Affairs is an international peer reviewed journal that specializes in political and security issues in all the main sub-regions of Asia – Central and West Asia; South Asia; Northeast Asia; Southeast Asia; and Australasia. The JASIA is particularly interested in papers that link domestic and international political issues and.
Buy Political and Security Dynamics of South and Southeast Asia from Waterstones today. Click and Collect from your local Waterstones or get FREE UK delivery on orders over £ 'Changing Security Dynamics is an excellent and timely contribution to the key debates surrounding the evolving regional security order in East Asia.
The volume brings together many of the established and now emerging thought leaders on these issues from North America, Asia and Europe. Southeast Asian foreign security priorities have shifted from ensuring regime security and coping with intramural conflicts toward managing wider structural transitions after the Cold War.
This has entailed innovation in terms of renovating and expanding security concepts and pragmatically novel strategies vis-à-vis great powers. The imperative for most Southeast Asian states has changed from. The book provides a very comprehensive overview of the dynamics between China and Southeast Asia, grounded in historical background up until the present day.
Broken down by specific countries makes it easily digestible, while the writing style is engaging, which can be challenging when grappling with such diverse s: This book features impressive research, a clear and effective framework of analysis, and insightful observations in showing why those concerned with security in Asia must go beyond the headlines of China's rise and the North Korean threats to fully understand the region's security dynamics.
The following article is based on a speech given by Dr. Sampa Kundu at the Young Scholars’ Forum on Janu – Sampa Kundu. Abstract: This commentary seeks to explain ASEAN’s approach to managing traditional security issues, with a focus on South China Sea disputes.
It also briefly discusses the security challenges faced by it as the regional grouping is trying to prevent the. Download Comprehensive Security In South Asia Economic Dimensions full book in PDF, EPUB, and Mobi Format, get it for read on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Comprehensive Security In South Asia Economic Dimensions full free pdf books.
U.S. Security Policy in Asia: Implications for China-U.S. Relations, paper by Wu Xinbo, Visiting Fellow, Center for Northeast Asian Policy Studies, September. Jacques Bertrand provides a fresh and highly original survey of politics and political change in Southeast Asia.
Against the backdrop of economic development and social transformation in several countries, he uses a comparative framework to explore why some countries have become democratic while others remain persistently : Jacques Bertrand. The ISEAS–Yusof Ishak Institute is a leading research centre dedicated to the study of socio-political, security, and economic trends and developments in Southeast Asia and its wider geostrategic and economic environment.
Geopolitical Futures (GPF) was founded in by George Friedman, international strategist and author of The Next Years. GPF is non-ideological, analyzes the world and forecasts the future using geopolitics: political, economic, military and geographic dimensions at the foundation of a nation.
Events in recent years have drawn considerable attention to the growing importance of transnational Muslim networks in the political and conflict dynamics of South and Southeast Asia. While much analysis has focused on militant groups, such as radical Islamist groups, broad-based ideologies, and even predominantly quietist networks also exert.
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The insular region of Southeast Asia includes the countries of Malaysia, Singapore, Brunei, East Timor, Indonesia, and the Philippines. Of the Southeast Asian countries, East Timor most recently gained its independence, as was mentioned in the previous lesson. In comparing these island nations, extensive diversity in all aspects will be found.
South Asia: Southeast Asia | Security: Politics: but above all on the political and social one. will be a year in which the fate of the “European Common House” will be decided. Changing Security Dynamics in East Asia: A Post-US Regional Order in the Making.
by individual studies on the impact of strategic uncertainty on the security behaviour of states in Northeast and Southeast Asia. The book's real contribution to the literature on East Asian politics and US-China relations can be found in the last section. In this Southeast Asia View, Michael Vatikiotis discusses the ties that Southeast Asia's monarchs have to politics and political stability in their countries, focusing on Thailand and Malaysia.
Biography: Shyam Tekwani is professor at the Daniel K. Inouye Asia-Pacific Center for Security Studies where he specializes in political violence, terrorism and counterterrorism; security dynamics of South Asia and the role of media in security.
Tekwani has authored and co-authored several books, book chapters, articles and opinion pieces including Media and Conflict Reporting in Asia. Line in the Waters, edited by Abhijit Singh, looks at emerging security dynamics in the Southeast Asian littorals and their impact on Asian geopolitics and security.
More It presents country perspectives of the strategic implications of recent developments in the South China Sea, their implications for maritime security and the regional balance. The militaries of then-Southeast Asia played a key role in the creation of their nations, carving a path as guarantors of national security, often in key economic roles.
Understanding this phenomenon is important for regional politics, especially in the areas of civil-military relations, and by extension, the dynamics between the military and. The chapter examines how transnational currents of political thought and national ideological formations are intertwined, in the context of South and Southeast Asia.
Focusing on trajectories of liberalism; communism; nationalism; religious ideologies; and ideologies of race, indigenity, and caste, it suggests that ideology constitutes an important terrain for analysing the dynamics of.
Despite regional rivalries and political instability, South Asia has considerable momentum and great promise for becoming a hub of growth and prosperity. Indeed, a prosperous and secure South Asia is vital to the future of Asia as a whole. Their respective responses to China's ever-growing regional influence are varied and complex, determined by a range of factors including historical bilateral relations, trade, and security dynamics.
As Southeast Asia becomes a key geopolitical battleground, what are the global implications of Sino-Southeast Asian relations. Dr. Murphy’s articles have appeared in journals including Asian Security, Contemporary Southeast Asia, Orbis, Asia Policy, World Politics Review and PS: Political Science & Politics.
She is completing a book on the impact of democracy on Indonesian foreign policy with the generous support of the Smith Richardson Foundation. Assassinations, riots, state violence—these are some of the topics addressed in a new book, Political Violence in South and Southeast Asia, which features a chapter about Bangladesh by IPI Senior Policy Analyst Naureen Chowdhury Fink.
The book considers and critiques the way political violence is understood and constructed, and the common assumptions that prevail regarding the causes. The Studies in Asian Security book series promotes analysis, understanding, and explanation of the dynamics of domestic, transnational, and international security challenges in Asia.
that affect the survival and well being of political communities. Asia, too, is defined broadly, to include Northeast, Southeast, South, and Central Asia. Wide. South and Southeast Asia have had some of the most extreme COVIDrelated democratic regressions in the world. Even before the coronavirus emerged, growing political polarization, illiberal.
recent book is Restless Empire: China and the World sincepublished this year by Basic Books (New York) and Bodley Head (London). EMMANUEL YUJUICO is a visiting instructor in political economy at the Philippines’ University of Asia and the Pacific.
He is also a research fellow in Southeast Asia International Affairs for LSE IDEAS. ASEAN has been one of the most successful organizations in the history of Southeast Asia. Few Western observers would have anticipated this when Saigon fell just a decade ago.
For anyone interested in Southeast Asian perspectives on current issues of international relations, this is a useful collection. In this two-part series, Dr. Amy Searight, senior adviser and director of the CSIS Southeast Asia Program, previews five key issues to watch in Southeast Asia in This installment addresses U.S.-ASEAN relations, climate change and the imperiled Mekong, and domestic politics.
The next installment will cover economic trends and developments in the digital space. Below, Strangio, The Diplomat’s Southeast Asia editor, with more than a decade of experience in the region, discusses China-Southeast Asia dynamics, the role of .