Southeast Asian Affairs 1995

Southeast Asian Affairs 1995
Date of publication:  2003
Number of pages:  400
Code:  SEAA95


  • Preliminary pages
  • 1. Southeast Asia At Mid-Decade: Independence through Interdependence, by Donald E Weatherbee, author
  • 2. Southeast Asian Economic Growth: Can the Momentum Be Maintained?, by Anne Booth, author
  • 3. Evolving Regional Security and Economic Institutions, by Khong Yuen Foong, author
  • 4. AFTA In the Light of New Economic Developments, by Florian A Alburo , author
  • 5. South Korea In Southeast Asia: Enhancing Returns and Reassurances, by David I Steinberg, author
  • 6. The Urban Environment in Southeast Asia: Challenges and Opportunities, by Douglas Webster, author
  • 7. Brunei Darussalam: After a Decade of Independence, by Pushpa Thambipillai, Hamzah Sulaiman, authors
  • 8. Cambodia: The Royal Government on Trial, by Frederick Brown, Laura McGrew, authors
  • 9. Indonesia: Preparing for Post-Soeharto Rule and Its Impact on the Democratization Process, by M Ryaas Rasyid, author
  • 10. The Growth of an Industrial Labour Force and the Decline of Poverty in Indonesia, by Hans-Dieter Evers, author
  • LAOS
  • 11. Laos: Towards Subregional Integration, by Martin Stuart-Fox, author
  • 12. Malaysia: A Year Full of Sound and Fury, Signifying ... Something?, by James V Jesudason, author
  • 13. Vision 2020 and Malaysian Foreign Policy: Strategic Evolution and the Mahathir Impact, by K S Nathan, author
  • 14. Myanmar: New, but Different?, by Robert H. Taylor, author
  • 15. The Philippines: Remarkable Economic Turnaround and Qualified Political Success, by Remigio E Agpalo, author
  • 16. The Philippine Economy: What's Right, What's Wrong, by Emmanuel S de Dios, author
  • 17. Singapore: Consolidating the New Political Economy, by Kwok Kian Woon, author
  • 18. Court Practice: Singapore at a Legal Threshold, by Jeffrey Pinsler, author
  • 19. Thailand: Slow Government, Sluggish Democratization, by Chalidaporn Songsamphan, author
  • 20. The Political Economy of Decentralization in Thailand, by Medhi Krongkaew, author
  • 21. Vietnam: Taking Stock of Reforms and Dogma, by Russell Hiang-Khng Heng, author
  • 22. Foreign Direct Investment, Institutional Change, and Vietnam's Gradualist Approach to Reform, by Carolyn L Gates, author

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