Security and Southeast Asia: Domestic, Regional and Global Issues

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About the Publication

From internal oppression in Burma to interstate conflict in the South China Sea, the people of Southeast Asia face a range of threats. This book identifies and explains the security challenges -- both traditional and nontraditional -- confronting the region.
           Collins addresses the full spectrum of security issues, discussing the impact of ethnic tensions and competing political ideologies, the evolving role of ASEAN, and Southeast Asia's interactions with key external actors (China, Japan, and the United States). The final section of the book explores how the region's security issues are reflected in two current cases: the South China Sea dispute and the war on terrorism.
          
          
          
          
          

Co-publication: ISEAS / Lynne Rienner

Institute of Southeast Asian Studies/Lynne Rienner Publishers, Inc.

Contents

Preliminary pages
1. Introduction: Security and Southeast Asia
2. Societal Security and Ethnic Tensions
3. Political Security and Regime Legitimacy
4. Traditional and Nontraditional Security
5. Achieving Security the "ASEAN Way"
6. From Arms Length to All in Together: Managing Extraregional Powers
7. Security Broadly Cast: From the South China Sea to the War on Terrorism
List of Acronyms and Abbreviations, Bibliography, Index

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